Germany Presents Carbon Management Strategy
The announcement that Germany will support the deployment of carbon capture technology to reduce emissions from hard-to-abate industrial sectors has been warmly welcomed by advocacy body CCS Europe.Chris Davies attends the Clean Transition Dialogue
PUTTING THE CASE FOR CCS Representatives from 27 European companies and business associations met at the Berlaymont on Thursday, 22 February, for the European Commission's Clean Transition Dialogue - a...INDUSTRIAL CARBON MANAGEMENT FOR THE EU
6 February 2024 A word on page 7 of the Communication is likely to be repeated many times over in future debates about climate policy; the European Commission states that...CCS TAKES CENTRE STAGE IN COMMISSION'S 2040 PLAN
Today’s publication of the Commission's 2040 climate plan confirms that an ambitious target for CO2 reductions can be achieved only through deployment of carbon capture technology on a huge scale....A CCS 'ENVOY' FOR EUROPE?
There is speculation that the Industrial Carbon Management Strategy to be published on 6 February may include a proposal for the appointment of a CCS 'envoy' (aka 'Tsar') to help...Open letter to the Commission on the ICMS
Today, CCS Europe and 12 other organisations co-signed an open letter calling for concrete demand and supply side initiatives to promote a market for low-carbon products in the Industrial Carbon...CCS Europe asks Commission President to move forward with actions needed to deploy CCS at Union level
On 26 January, CCS Europe sent an open letter to Commission President Ursula von der Leyen asking the Commission to recognise carbon capture and storage as an essential tool to...Chris Davies comments on NZIA trilogues
A lengthy trilogue negotiation on the NZIA took place yesterday and CCS Europe has received news of the outcomes of negotiations on Articles 16-18.Chris Davies mentioned on Reuters
Today, Reuters provided comments on the draft version of the Industrial Carbon Management Strategy. The objectives set out by the Strategy will require companies to capture their emissions in order...Chris Davies speaks at CCUS online event
Chris Davies attended the online event today on "Towards CCUS Strategy: what regulatory framework to choose", organised by Florence School of Regulation.