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Welcome to our latest newsletter! Over the last few months, we've been busy working on many exciting projects, one of them being the newsletter, so we hope you like this improved version.

Throughout the newsletter, you'll find interesting news and events from Estonia, Japan, US, UK, Canada and more, as well as some career opportunities, so we urge you to have a read!


 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

BALTIC CARBON FORUM

25-26 September

Tallinn, Estonia

   

BALTIC CARBON FORUM

The BASRECCS is organizing a regional CCUS conference on September 25-26 in Tallinn, Estonia. The conference will gather representatives from the industry, academia, government and NGOs to discuss business opportunities for CCUS in the Baltics.


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TASKFORCE URGES UK TO DELIVER CCUS

A new report to the UK Government says carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) has a key role to play in decarbonising the country and unlocking major economic, social and environmental benefits.


PARIS TARGETS MELTING AWAY

Speaking at our Japan CCS Forum, our General Manager - Client Engagement, Jeff Erikson warned that Paris targets are melting away.


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OPINION: BREAKING AWAY


Our Advocacy and Comms Global Lead, Antonios Papaspiropoulos shares a personal story, explaining why he is sick of the climate change debate.


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REPORT: CUTTING INDUSTRY EMISSIONS


A new report from McKinsey & Co outlines the challenge of decarbonising industry, what needs to be done and the vital role technologies including CCS will play.


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NEWS: MOMENTUM FOR CCS IN THE US


Occidental Petroleum and White Energy announce partnership on feasilibilty study to capture CO2, transport it and use it in EOR operations.


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CARBON CAPTURE STILL IN PLAY IN SASKATCHEWAN


Carbon capture is still in play in Saskatchewan,amid SaskPower's decision regarding the future for two 139MW turbines at Boundary Dam (BD4 andBD5). Due to small size of these units, the cost to retrofit the turbines and installation of Carbon Capture facilities, SaskPower has decided to retire these old coal fire power generators (BD4 planned to shut down in 2021 and BD5in 2024). 


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GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE SUBMISSION

UN GLOBAL COMPACT


The Institute recently reaffirmed its strong commitment to the UN Global Compact which it joined in 2016. The Institute remains a strong and proud supporter of the Compact’s Ten Principles which address human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption measures.


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