Check out the first issue of CO2CRC Insights here. This monthly newsletter will keep you updated on CCS in the news, developments in technology and explain an aspect of CCS each month...
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..
Researchers from Curtin University took out an award at the recent EAGE (European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers) Annual Conference. Anton Egorov and co-authors received the Louis Cagniard Award for best poster presentation for their poster titled "A Feasibility Study of Time-Lapse..
UK experts and policymakers agree that carbon capture usage and storage (CCUS) will be necessary to meet the UK’s existing climate change targets at least cost, and that the country could not credibly adopt a ‘net zero’ target, in line with the aspirations of the Paris Agreement, without the t..
On Wednesday 1 May students from Monash University and the University of Melbourne took a day trip to CO2CRC's Otway National Research Facility. Located in south-west Victoria, the facility is one of the largest carbon dioxide storage demonstration projects in the world. The students were give..
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! ..
The Global CCS Institute has released key messages which answer common questions, dispel myths and provide facts about CCS. Find them here. ..
Saturday 17 November 2018 from 10.30am – 3pm Tour our facility and learn how carbon dioxide can be safely stored geologically to reduce emissions from industry and power generation. There'll be: Guided tours on the hour from 11am Free barista-made coffee A free gourmet barbeque lunch..
AFL great Wayne Schwass will visit Nirranda in south-west Victoria on Thursday 22 June to speak about his mental health challenges. Schwass, who was recruited from South Warrnambool, battled depression during his 15-year, 282-game league career with North Melbourne and Sydney. Sc..