On Thursday 21 November 36 people took the opportunity to take a tour of our Otway National Research Facility following the CCUS Symposium. The visitors came from around the globe including the USA, Japan, Germany, UK and Timor Leste. The geophysicists in the group were interested to hear rep..
Prof John Kaldi, CO2CRC distinguished scientist, was interviewed by PESA News as part of their report on the Gorgon Project. Read the article by Dale Granger below. Gorgon CO2 injection system thrusts Australia to the forefront of CCS technology The start‐up of Gorgon’s carbon dioxide i..
Many people are surprised to learn that the drilling currently taking place at our Otway National Research Facility happens 24-hours, seven days a week. One 15 person crew works 12 noon – 12 midnight. Another crew takes over for the 12 midnight – 12 noon shift. The crew sleep in on site cab..
CO2CRC attracted lots of attention at a Science Week event held at Gippsland Tech School, Morwell on 14 August 2019. The kids loved using a Tim Tam to learn how CO2 travels through porous rock (and eating the Tim Tam afterwards!)..
Tuesday 1 October 2019 We’ve reached another milestone with the final perforating run successfully completed in the monitoring well, CRC-6. This means we’ve now perforated all five stage 3 wells and avoided any damage to our primary seismic detection cable. This gives us the best possible o..
For CCS to achieve the required contribution to the Paris Agreement’s aim to keep the global temperature increase from anthropogenic CO2 emissions to 2°C or below, the annual net volume of CO2 storage needs to increase dramatically. Internationally, this requires a significant increase in CCS i..
CO2CRC's CCUS Symposium will be held from 19 – 20 November 2019 at RACV Torquay Resort, Victoria. Program and registration details to come. For now, be sure to add the date to your diary! ..
CO2CRC has been awarded funding to conduct important research into reducing greenhouse gas emissions in steel production. The year-long study has been made possible by a grant from the NSW Department of Planning and Environment (Coal Innovation NSW Fund). The project will explore pathways for red..
In Quebec, Canada you can find the answer: Carbon Capture and Utilization. Three companies are working together to reduce CO2 emissions and increase crop yields. The Resolute Forest Projects mill, which produces a diverse range of products, including pulp, wood products, tissue paper, news print ..