Close to 100 people attended CO2CRC's Otway National Research Facility open day on Saturday 18 November 2017. In beautiful sunny conditions they learnt about the role the facility is playing in building a low emissions future for Australia and the world through carbon capture and storage (CCS..
Curtin University researcher, Associate Professor Roman Pevzner has won the CO2CRC 2017 John Tyndall Award for Excellence in CCS Research. Professor Pevzner, science leader of the Otway Stage 2C project, received the award for pushing the boundaries of CO2 monitoring, by detecting less than 5,000..
Saturday 18 November 2017 from 10.30am – 3pm At its Otway National Research Facility CO2CRC is working to build a low emissions future for Australia and the world through carbon capture and storage (CCS). Come and find out why CCS is vital for reliable and affordable electricity for Australian..
As part of its commitment to the communities of Nirranda and Nirranda South, CO2CRC joined with Origin Energy in June to bring Former AFL footballer Wayne Schwass to share his challenges with depression. Schwass, who was recruited from South Warrnambool, battled the illness during his 15-year, 2..
CO2CRC has won a competitive $1.2m grant from the NSW government’s Coal Innovation Fund. The money will be used to develop cost effective carbon capture technology at the Vales Point power station in NSW. “The funding will enable us to work with the University of Melbourne to combine the adva..
On 15 August 2017 councillors from Corangamite Shire Council visited CO2CRC's Otway Research Facility. Mayor Jo Beard and councillors Lesley Brown and Bev McArthur were shown around the facility by CO2CRC's Community Liaison Officer, Shelly Murrell. The councillors were able to view first-h..
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..
Australia’s leader in carbon capture and storage research, CO2CRC, applauds the Finkel Review as a pragmatic approach to energy security and emissions reduction, that sees an expanded role for carbon capture and storage. “The report goes a long way to level the playing field for all low emiss..
CO2CRC staff attended the ABC's Q&A program on Monday 12 June 2017. Dr Max Watson, Robert Hilkes, Fiona Koelmeyer and Justine Loe had front row seats at the program's special on Australia's energy future. CO2CRC posed two questions to the panel. Max asked "The International Energy A..