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The Global CCS Institute is an international think tank whose mission is to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS), a vital technology to tackle climate change and deliver climate neutrality. The Capture, Store, Repeat podcast focuses discussions on CCS, unpacking the importance of the innovative technology as a key climate solution.

Capture, Store, Repeat Global CCS Institute

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The Global CCS Institute is an international think tank whose mission is to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS), a vital technology to tackle climate change and deliver climate neutrality. The Capture, Store, Repeat podcast focuses discussions on CCS, unpacking the importance of the innovative technology as a key climate solution.

    Driving CCS Projects In Emerging Economies – Insights From Brazil

    Driving CCS Projects In Emerging Economies – Insights From Brazil

    Emerging economies are turning to CCS to tackle emissions from industry and Brazil is no exception. Home to one of the largest CCS projects in the world, the country is now looking to drive CCS investment by developing supportive regulatory frameworks. Listen in as we speak to Nathalia Weber, co-founder and director of CCS Brasil, on how the country can be further poised to scale-up CCS projects and the unique opportunities and challenges faced by emerging economies seeking to adopt the technology.






    Download the reports referenced in this episode through the links below:

    1st Annual CCS Report in Brasil - https://www.ccsbr.com.br/en/relatorios-anuais

    Global Status of CCS Report - https://status23.globalccsinstitute.com/

    • 37 min
    CCS Progress at COP 28

    CCS Progress at COP 28

    Every year, the UN’s Conference of the Parties (COP) sees thousands of delegates and attendees from around the world – including the Global CCS Institute – make their way to the international climate summit to address global warming and move the needle on climate solutions. This year, there was ample carbon capture and storage (CCS) discussions at COP, making its way into side-events and climate negotiations. Joined by the Institute’s Senior International Climate Change Policy Adviser, Noora Al Amer, listen in as we items unpack the COP Presidency agenda and the significance key items, such as the Global Stocktake and Carbon Management Challenge, have on CCS.

    • 19 min
    Getting CCUS Scale-up Up to Speed in the UK

    Getting CCUS Scale-up Up to Speed in the UK

    With four carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) cluster projects set to be deployed by 2030, and £20 billion announced in the Spring Budget to drive the scale up of CCUS, the future of the technology is looking promising in the United Kingdom. But what do these upcoming projects mean for the UK’s overall climate targets? And what are the policy mechanisms needed to drive the technology to scale? Join us as we speak with Ruth Herbert, CEO of the Carbon Capture and Storage Association, on that and more.

    • 29 min
    Leading the CCS Charge in the US and Globally through Policy Enhancements and Collaboration

    Leading the CCS Charge in the US and Globally through Policy Enhancements and Collaboration

    The United States is leading the charge when it comes carbon capture and storage deployment. Robust policy mechanisms, such as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill and enhancements to 45Q – a tax credit aimed to incentivize industry players to invest in the technology – are strengthening the business case for CCS. In parallel, the US is leading discussions on the topic of CCS internationally through the Carbon Management Challenge.

    In this episode of Capture, Store, Repeat, we speak with Brad Crabtree, Assistant Secretary for the US Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management, about the continued climate and CCS aspirations coming out of the United States, as well as the upcoming opportunities and potential hurdles tied to CCS deployment.

    • 45 min
    Capture, Store, Repeat Episode Highlights - Part 1

    Capture, Store, Repeat Episode Highlights - Part 1

    Over the last few months on Capture, Store, Repeat, we’ve spoken to guests from all around the world to hear experts shed light on the progress of carbon capture and storage. Listen in as we highlight some of our insightful best bits over the last season. Speakers in this episode include:

    • Olav Kårstad, former advisor on the Sleipner CCS project with Equinor
    • Tim Dixon, General Manager with the IEAGHG
    • Dr. Alex Bump, a Research Science Associate with the University of Texas’ Gulf Coast Carbon Center
    • Dr. Mohammad Abu Zahra, Head of MENA Region with the Global CCS Institute
    • Dr. Sara Budinis, Energy Analyst with the International Energy Agency (IEA)

    • 34 min
    CCS on the Global Stage: The G20 and Beyond

    CCS on the Global Stage: The G20 and Beyond

    Conversations around the need for carbon capture and storage is gaining momentum on the global stage, and the G20 is no exception. Join us as we speak with the General Manager of the IEAGHG, Tim Dixon, on supporting the scale-up of CCS through international cooperation and policy mechanisms.

    • 33 min

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