An independent report looking at the role Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) could play in reducing carbon dioxide emissions in the UK has been released. Chairman of the Parliamentary Advisory Group on Carbon Capture and Storage, Lord Oxburgh, wrote to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy an..
Australian Energy Ministers are urged to keep their eye on the main goals - to provide safe, reliable and clean energy for Australia and export to the world. A diverse mix of energy technologies will be required to achieve these goals over the long term. As Ministers participating in the COAG En..
CO2CRC Chief Executive, Tania Constable, was interviewed for ABC News Radio on 26 July 2016. She talked about the experiments being undertaken at the Otway Research Facility, to confirm the safety and long-term viability of storing carbon dioxide deep underground. Read the full interview h..
Australian and Canadian carbon capture and storage research leaders have quickly moved to establish a memorandum of understanding where internationally significant projects led by CO2CRC and the Petroleum Technology Research Centre (PTRC) will collaborate on a range of technologies to drive down the..
After four years in the planning, a major milestone in an experiment to inject, monitor and verify the movement of carbon dioxide (CO2) 1.5 kilometres below the ground has just been completed. CO2CRC and its Australian and international research partners have safely injected 15,000 tonnes of CO2 ..
Australia’s most in-depth study into the costs and performance of a range of electricity technologies confirms that carbon capture and storage (CSS) must be considered as a technology enabler and part of our emissions reduction strategy while Australia continues to utilise fossil fuels to 2030. ..
Independent report says there is no “winner takes all” electricity technology for Australia now and in 2030 The Australian Power Generation Technology Report released today measures a broad range of technologies, their capabilities and their costs in 2015 and looking forward to 2030. The R..
More than 30 major Australian utility and energy providers, industry, research and environmental organisations, and governments have agreed to work together to support an independent study on the costs and performance of current power generation technologies. Looking out to 2030, the Australian P..