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About the Network

Sharing knowledge, transforming industry, reducing emissions

The CCUS Projects Network comprises and supports major industrial projects under way across Europe in the field of carbon capture and storage (CCS) and carbon capture and utilisation (CCU). Our Network aims to speed up delivery of these technologies, which the European Commission recognises as crucial to achieving 2050 climate targets.

Network Members

Discover the projects working towards tackling Europe’s emissions through carbon capture, utilisation and storage

Knowledge Hub

Access a range of shared knowledge, experience and advice to help drive forward CCUS deployment in Europe

CCUS in Europe

Find out how CCUS technology works, why Europe needs its rapid delivery and what progress has already been made

Latest news & events

CCUS Conference: Development, Challenges and Opportunities for CCUS in Europe’s fight against climate change.

On 23-24 November 2021, CATO, the Norwegian Embassy in The Hague, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy and ERANET-ACT (an international R&I funding programme for Accelerating CCS Technologies), will jointly organize a two-day CCUS conference in which the development, challenges and opportunities for CCUS in Europe’s fight against climate change will be discussed.

Carbfix honoured at COP26 with EU Innovation Fund grant

Our member Carbfix has become one of the first three organisations to receive funding from the European Union’s important Innovation Fund.

Net zero and beyond: how carbon removal and reduction technologies champion climate targets

The CCUS Project Network is delighted to be co-hosting this official COP26 EU side event, alongside the Global CCS Institute and South Pole. There is increasing recognition that faster and more widespread deployment of carbon removal and reduction technologies, such as carbon capture and storage (CCS), is vital if we are to achieve global climate targets. In some countries, such as Norway, the UK and the US, there is considerable government support for such technologies; in others there remain barriers.