Against a backdrop of renewed ambition for carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Scotland and the UK, scientists from Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS) and project partners will describe their innovative research as part of European climate action to All-Energy 2018 delegates in Glasgow tomorrow.
Carbon Capture Machine (UK) Ltd, a University of Aberdeen spin-out company, is the sole European team to reach the finals of the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE, a major international competition that incentivises the development of breakthrough carbon conversion technologies to reduce global CO2 emissions.
A new study by SCCS scientists suggests that the Paris Agreement’s climate targets can be met rapidly if fossil fuel producers are obliged to pay for the storage of progressively increasing amounts of carbon emissions resulting from their products.
A new approach by Scottish and Chinese scientists to trapping carbon dioxide (CO₂) in rocks deep underground could unlock the potentially huge storage capacity of China’s Pearl River Mouth Basin, which would massively reduce CO₂ emissions and improve air quality in one of the country’s most industrialised regions.
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