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Surveying the U.S. Federal CCS Policy Landscape in 2021
Surveying the U.S. Federal CCS Policy Landscape in 2021

5th May 2021

2021 is proving to be a busy year for CCS policy in the United States. With the year not yet one third over, Members of the House of Representatives and Senate had already introduced five bipartisan bills that aim to accelerate the deployment of CCS. This brief details the contents of those bills and explains the rationale behind their policy proposals.

More broadly, though, Senior Advocacy & Communications Adviser, Matt Bright, uses this brief to examine the three pillars of CCS policy that undergird the advance of this technology in the U.S. In addition, this brief gives the reader a grand tour of U.S. CCS policy history from its inception to the present day in order to paint a complete picture of how strong policy can accelerate the deployment of CCS. In this way, the U.S. CCS policy landscape can be viewed as a lens to magnify the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for global CCS deployment in the coming decades.

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Financing CCS in Developing Countries
Financing CCS in Developing Countries

15th April 2021

For CCS to fulfill its potential in reducing significant global emissions, this technology must be deployed in all parts of the world. Yet there are currently very few CCS projects in developing countries.

This report was commissioned by ClearPath and Southern Company to examine the role of climate finance in supporting CCS project development in developing countries.

It investigates:

  • The support afforded to existing CCS facilities;
  • Reasons for the lack of deployment in developing countries;
  • How to overcome CCS investment risks; and
  • Relevant global climate finance mechanisms to support the deployment of more facilities.

It was found that while there is a very high need for CCS in several developing countries, their level of readiness for CCS deployment is low. Climate finance has an important role to play in both, improving their level of readiness as well as closing the funding gap in developing CCS projects.

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Blue Hydrogen
Blue Hydrogen

13th April 2021

The urgency of reaching net-zero emissions requires a rapid acceleration in the deployment of all emissions reducing technologies. Near-zero emissions hydrogen (clean hydrogen) has the potential to make a significant contribution to emissions reduction in the power generation, transportation, and industrial sectors.

As part of the Circular Carbon Economy: Keystone to Global Sustainability series with the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA, this report explores the potential contribution of blue hydrogen to climate mitigation.

The report looks at:

  • Cost drivers for renewable hydrogen and hydrogen produced with fossil fuels and CCS;
  • Resource requirements and cost reduction opportunities for clean hydrogen; and
  • Policy recommendations to drive investment in clean hydrogen production.

Blue hydrogen is well placed to kickstart the rapid increase in the utilisation of clean hydrogen for climate mitigation purposes but requires strong and sustained policy to incentivise investment at the rate necessary to meet global climate goals.

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Technology Readiness and Costs of CCS
Technology Readiness and Costs of CCS

29th March 2021

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) are essential technologies to help achieve net zero ambitions. The cost of deployment of CO2 capture, transport and storage systems is of vital economic and environmental importance. This importance will continue to increase as the scale and breadth of CCS deployment grows around the world.

As part of the Circular Carbon Economy: Keystone to Global Sustainability series with Columbia University's SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy, this report examines CCS technology from two perspectives: technology readiness and factors influencing costs.

Key drivers of CCS cost include:

  • Economies of scale;
  • Partial pressure of CO2 in the source gas;
  • Energy costs; and
  • Technological innovation.

Mature and emerging technologies in carbon capture, transport and storage are surveyed for technological readiness. Technological development will be a key element of driving future cost reductions in CCS and applying CCS to hard-to-abate sectors such as cement, steel and direct air capture.

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Carbon Removal with CCS Technologies
Carbon Removal with CCS Technologies

26th January 2021

With the transition to a low-carbon economy steadily underway, CCS is becoming recognised as a tool that compliments the wide array of climate approaches being utilised to reach climate neutrality. The role of emission reductions and removals in the mitigation of climate change will change over time. It is widely agreed that emission reductions should be prioritised on the pathway to net zero. This, however, will change once net zero emissions are achieved; net zero is a point on the journey, not the final destination. Carbon removal will become the main driver of climate ambition in the second half of the century.

In this brief, Senior Policy Advisor with the Global CCS Institute, Eve Tamme, explains the dual role of CCS in climate change mitigation, and provides an overview of the two technological carbon removal approaches that use CCS: bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) and direct air capture with carbon storage (DACCS). Along with highlighting the varied applications of CCS, this brief also includes a summary of ongoing challenges and opportunities tied to carbon removal related policy development.

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世界のCCSの動向 2020年版 政策決定者向ファクトシート
世界のCCSの動向 2020年版 政策決定者向ファクトシート

4th January 2021

「世界のCCSの動向 2020年版」政策決定者向ファクトシート日本語訳を、公開いたします。

こちらは、最新版「Gloal Status of CCS 2020」(邦題「世界のCCSの動向2020年版」)を、基に作成された、「Gloal Status of CCS 2020 - Policymkers Factsheet」の、日本版です。

 

政策決定者向ファクトシート日本語訳版はこちらです。

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Global Status of CCS 2020
Global Status of CCS 2020

1st December 2020

The Global Status of CCS Report 2020 demonstrates the vital role of carbon capture and storage technologies (CCS) in reducing emissions to net-zero by 2050 as well as documenting the current status and important milestones for the technology over the past 12 months.

The report provides detailed information on and analyses of the global CCS facility pipeline, international policy perspectives, CO2 storage and the CCS legal and regulatory environment.

In addition, four regional updates provide further detail about CCS progress across the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Gulf Cooperation Council States and a Technology section provides updates on key innovations and applications of CCS.

 


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Content and material featured within this section of our website includes reports and research published by third parties. The content and material may include opinions and recommendations of third parties that do not reflect those held by the Global CCS Institute.

インスティテュート文献概要「Replacing 10% of NSW Natural Gas Supply with Clean Hydrogen: Comparison of Hydrogen Production Options」
インスティテュート文献概要「Replacing 10% of NSW Natural Gas Supply with Clean Hydrogen: Comparison of Hydrogen Production Options」

17th November 2020

<インスティテュート文献概要>

文献:「Replacing 10% of NSW Natural Gas Supply with Clean Hydrogen: Comparison of Hydrogen Production Options」(邦題「豪州ニューサウスウェールズ州における天然ガス供給10%をクリーン水素に置き換える:水素生産オプションの比較」)

 

クリーン水素は、グリーン水素の場合は再生可能エネルギーを利用し、ブルー水素の場合はCCSと組み合わせて化石燃料を利用することのどちらかによって、生産されます。

 

クリーン水素の最も費用効果的な生産方法を見極める中で、Coal Innovation NSW(豪州ニューサウスウェールズ州石炭イノベーション:CINSW)は、ニューサウスウェールズ州における天然ガス供給の10%をクリーン水素に置き換えた場合の生産費用に関する調査をグローバルCCSインスティテュートに委託しました。

 

この調査は、ニューサウスウェールズ州のガス供給網において容量比で10% H290% CH4(天然ガス)ミックスを達成するために十分なクリーン水素を生産し、かつ現在天然ガスのみで供給されているのと同量の総エネルギーを供給するシナリオを検討しています。検討されたオプションは、天然ガス改良とCCSの組み合わせ、石炭ガス化とCCSの組み合わせ、及び、再生可能電力を利用した水の電気分解でした。調査の結果、ニューサウスウェールズ州においてクリーン水素を生産する最適オプションは、費用、規模、資源利用、排出量低減効果を考慮すると、CCSと組み合わせて石炭ないしガスを利用することでありました。

参照:より詳細のニューサウスウェールズ州の資料はこちらへ))

See NSW Government for further information

 

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Remove: Carbon Capture and Storage
Remove: Carbon Capture and Storage

2nd November 2020

Ahead of the 2020 G20 summit, the Global CCS Institute was asked to contribute to the Circular Carbon Economy (CCE) Guide, organised by KAPSARC. In a report titled 'Remove: Carbon Capture and Storage', Alex Zapantis assesses the value of CCS as an effective climate mitigating technology that aims to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and support the establishment of a circular carbon economy.

The report was discussed during a live webinar hosted by KAPSARC.

 

 

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Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Assessments and CCS
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Assessments and CCS

16th October 2020

At the request of the US Department of Energy, The Global CCS Institute undertook an examination of the significance and the extent of the influence of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) ratings in supporting investment in CCS project deployment.

The objective of this study was to consider the following five questions:

  • How does a company’s ESG rating impact the company?
  • How does a company’s CO2 footprint or exposure impact its ESG rating?
  • How is CCS considered when the ESG performance of a company with a large CO2 footprint or exposure is rated?
  • Do the positive impacts of CCS (if any) on a company’s ESG rating support the business case for investing in or financing CCS?
  • How does climate litigation and public policy impact corporate risk and ESG ratings?

The resulting assessment addressed each of these questions, to provide a clearer picture of the complex relationship between the development and scope of ESG ratings, the impacts of a company’s ESG performance and ultimately, whether this will influence future investment in CCS.

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講演資料:Japan-Asia CCUS Forum 2020 (2020年10月6日開催 )Presentations for Japan-Asia CCUS Forum 2020 (6th October 2020)
講演資料:Japan-Asia CCUS Forum 2020 (2020年10月6日開催 )Presentations for Japan-Asia CCUS Forum 2020 (6th October 2020)

6th October 2020

English descriptions follow Japanese.

2020年10月6日(木)に、「Japan-Asia CCUS Forum 2020」(日本CCS調査株式会社共催)を開催いたしました。この度は、多数のご参加を頂き、有難うございました。講演資料並びに、録画は、こちらよりご覧ください → リンク

Thank you very much for your participation to "Japan-Asia CCUS Forum 2020" (Japan CCS Co. Ltd. as co-host )was held on 6 October.   Presentations & video recordings of the forum are now available here → Link


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De-risking of CCS: A Primer for Investors and Businesses in the United States
De-risking of CCS: A Primer for Investors and Businesses in the United States

28th September 2020

Over the past year, the outlook for CCS has been positive, particularly in the United States (US). Thanks to broad bipartisan support at both the federal and state level, CCS in the US has seen growth exceeding that of any other nation.

Additionally, the Institute has seen an increase in new stakeholders looking to engage and explore the role of CCS in their emissions reduction strategies. These new stakeholders include sustainable investors who believe CCS projects can deliver strong returns while achieving environmental goals and mitigating climate change risk.

These new market entrants, however, often share a common concern; the need to de-risk CCS for investment.

This briefing will serve to summarise ongoing work by the Institute to communicate and educate stakeholders on the potential risk characteristics of CCS and to discuss these in the context of de-risking CCS investments and addressing challenges from a US perspective.

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