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CO2 underground storage is a safe and mature technology ready for broad implementation, as evidenced by over twenty years of successful storage offshore in Norway, combined with more recent onshore storage in Canada and the USA. In Europe, CCS benefits from a clear set of regulations and requirements under the 2009 EU CO2 Storage Directive that ensure the identification of appropriate storage sites and the safety of subsequent operation.
ZEP has published a new report "Role of CCUS in a below 2 degrees scenario"
ZEP has published a new report “Climate solutions for EU industry: interaction between electrification, CO2 use and CO2 storage”
ZEP has published a new report "Climate solutions for EU industry: interaction between electrification, CO2 use and CO2 storage" ZEP Climate Solutions for EU Industry report
ZEP has published a new report "Fast Track CO2 Transport and Storage for Europe". The report concludes that "An integrated CO2 transport and permanent storage network, as sophisticated as
ZEP has published a new report "Commercial Scale Feasibility of Clean Hydrogen". The report investigates the potential of decarbonised hydrogen produced through CCS on natural gas ("clean"/"low
On the 23rd March, ZEP published its 5th annual Market Economics report "CCS and Europe's Contribution to the Paris Agreement - Modelling least-cost CO2 reduction pathways". The report estimates
ZEP has published a report entitled "Future CCS Technologies". The report has been developed following COP21 and the aim of limiting the global temperature increase to well
ZEP Network Technology produced a report on Carbon Capture and Use/Utilization (CCU) in April 2016, which highlights the potentially important economic and climate impacts that different types