Global CCS Institute

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Name of initiative Global CCS Institute
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Starting year 2009
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Secretariat Global CCS Institute, Level 6, 707 Collins Street, Docklands VIC 3008, Australia, phone: +61 3 8620 7300,
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Geographical coverage Global
Name of lead organisation Global CCS Institute
Type of lead organisation Academic/Research institution
Location/Nationality of lead organisation Australia


Description The Global Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Institute is an independent, not-for-profit company registered under the (Australian) Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).

The Institute accelerates the development, demonstration and deployment of CCS globally through our knowledge sharing activities, fact-based influential advice and advocacy, and work to create favourable conditions to implement CCS.

Objectives Accelerate the development; demonstration and Deployment of CCS globally

Create favourable conditions to implement CCS.

One or two success stories achieved

Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Technical dialogue, Capacity building, Political dialogue
Activity of initiative Advocacy, Training and education, Knowledge dissemination and exchange, Knowledge production and innovation
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Participants Number Names
Members 132  
Companies 0
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 0
National states 0
Governmental actors 0
Regional / state / county actors 0
City / municipal actors 0
Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 0
Faith based organisations 0
Other members 132 ADNOC onshore (Abu Dhabi),  Aera Energy (USA),  Air Liquide (USA),  Air Products & Chemicals (USA),  Aker Carbon Capture (Norway),  ArcelorMittal (Luxembourg),  Archer Daniels Midland (Australia),  Australian National Low Emissions Coal Research and Development (Australia),  Baker Hughes (USA),  BHP Billiton Ltd (United K.),  BP International (United K.),  Brevik Engineering (Norway),  Bridgeport Energy (Australia),  C-Capture Limited (United K.),  Calix (Australia),  Carbfix (Iceland),  Carbon America (USA),  Carbon Clean Solutions (United K.),  Cemvita Factory (USA),  Chevron (USA),  Chiyoda Corporation (Japan),  Chubu Elecric Power (Japan),  Clean Energy Project Tech (China),  ClearPath (USA),  CNPC Research Institute of Safety and Environment Technology (China),  CO2 CAPSOL AS (Norway),  CO2CRC (Australia),  Coffman Engineers (USA),  Council for Geoscience (South Africa),  Compact Carbon Capture AS (Norway),  CSIRO (Australia),  Denbury (Philippines),  Drax Group (United K.),  Dril Quip (USA),  EBN (Netherlands),  EcoLog (Monaco),  Electric Power Development Co. (USA),  ENI (Italy),  Entropy (Canada),  Equinor (Norway),  EQT Corporation (USA),  Ervia (ireland),  Exxon Mobil Corporation (USA),  Frontier Carbon Solutions (USA),  Gary Climate Solutions (USA),  Gassnova SF (Norway),  GCC (USA),  General Electric (USA),  Graymont (Canada),  Gunvor Group (Switzerland),  Halliburton Energy Services (USA),  HeidelbergCement AG (Germany),  Honeywell (USA),  Howden Australia (Australia),  HSBC Holdings (United K.),  IHI Corporation (Japan),  Independent Project Analysis (USA),  Industrial Technology Research Institute - ITRI (Taiwan),  INPEX Corporation (Japan),  International Brotherhood of Boilermakers (USA),  Japan Bank for International Cooperation (Japan),  Japan CCS Company (Japan),  Japan Coal Frontier OrganiZation (Japan),  Japan Oil Engineering Co. (Japan),  Japan Oil Gas and Metals National Corporation (Japan),  JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration (Japan),  Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Japan),  Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (Japan),  Kiewit Engineering Group (USA),  Kobe Steel (Japan),  LET Australia (Australia),  LINDE (USA),  Man Energy Solutions (Germany),  Marubeni-Itochu Steel (Japan),  Maxtube Group (USA),  Mediterranean Energy Partners (Egypt),  Mineral Carbonation International (Australia),  Minerals Council of Australia (Australia),  Mitsubishi Corporation (Japan),  Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Japan),  Mitsui & Co. Global Strategic Studies Institute (Japan),  Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (Japan),  Motor Oil Hellas Corinth Refineries (Greece),  MUFG Bank (Japan),  Neptune Energy (Unite K.),  NET Power (United K.),  Next carbon Solutions (USA),  Nippon Yusen Kabushiga Kaisha (Japan),  Northern Territory Government (Australia),  NOV (USA),  Occidental Petroleum Corporation (USA),  OGCI Climate Investment (United K.),  Origin Energy (Australia9,  Petrofac (United K.),  Petronas (United K.),  Philips 66 (USA),  Prime Marine (Greece),  Ramboll (Denmark),  Repsol Exploración (Spain),  Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth - RITE (China),  Royal Vopac (Netherlands),  Saipem (Italy),  Santos (Australia),  Slumberger (Denmark),  Shell (Netherlands),  Sick (Germany),  Silver Point Capital (USA),  Southern Green Gas (Australia),  Southern Company (USA),  Stratum Reservoir (USA),  Sumitomo Corporation (Japan),  Svanehøj Denmark (Denmark),  Svante (Canada),  Talos Energy (USA),  Technip Energies (Abu Dhabi),  Tecnicas Reunidas (Spain),  Tecpetrol (South Africa),  Tenaris (Italy),  The Commonwealth of Australia (Australia),  The Crown Estate (United K.),  The Government of Alberta (Canada),  The Government of Japan (Japan),  The Government of Scotland (United K.),  The Government of the People’s Republic of China (China),  The Government of the United Kingdom (United K.),  The Government of the United States of America (USA),  The State Government of Victoria (Australia),  The Williams Companies (USA),  Torishima (Japan),  Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation (Japan),  Veolia (France),  Whitecap Resources (Canada),  Woodside Energy (Australia)
Supporting partners 0 The Institute was established in 2009 with initial funding from the Australian Government to accelerate the development of CCS globally. Membership also funds the initiative.
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Have only national states as participators No


Transport Agriculture Forestry Business Financial institutions Buildings Industry Waste Cities and subnational governments Short Term Pollutants International maritime transport Energy Supply Fluorinated gases Energy efficiency Renewable energy Supply chain emission reductions Adaptation Other Resilience Innovation Energy Access and Efficiency Private Finance
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Last update: 7 April 2022 14:32:42

Not only have national states as participators