News and events

Latest news

FEED studies delivered for the two full-scale CO2 capture projects in Norway

At the end of October 2019, Norway's two full-scale CO2 capture projects made further progress with the delivery of their final front-end engineering and design (FEED) studies to the Norwegian state-owned company, Gassnova.

New Network members show breadth and benefits of CCS deployment

Four ambitious carbon capture and storage (CCS) initiatives to recently join the CCUS Projects Network illustrate the range of opportunities for tackling Europe’s emissions from industry and power generation.

Past events

Decarbonising European Industry Production: CO2 capture at Norcem and Tata Steel

Despite the current coronavirus situation, governments and industry are looking to the future and a green recovery. This webinar highlighted two projects that are already developing carbon capture projects on cement and steel and featured a Q&A with our speakers.

ELEGANCY Webinar Series on CCS and Hydrogen

The ACT project ELEGANCY is ready to present its findings on CCS and hydrogen in a free webinar series. The series starts off on 18 June with a presentation of key findings and recommendations.

CCS Talks: The European Green Deal and CCS – Fireside chat with DG CLIMA’s Artur Runge-Metzger

The European Green Deal is a sustainable growth strategy for the European economy and society, with an overall aim to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. In this upcoming fireside chat with Artur Runge-Metzger, Director, DG CLIMA, our senior policy advisor Eve Tamme will explore the role of CCUS in the context of the European Green Deal and its extensive list of initiatives.

Webinar on CCS on Waste-to-Energy: results and experiences from Fortum Oslo Varme’s pilot plant

Fortum Oslo Varme (FOV) invites you to a webinar to share experiences and results from carbon capture pilot plant tested at flue gas from our Waste-to-Energy plant at Klemetsrud in Oslo.

CANCELLED Climate Neutrality by 2050: A Pathway for Industry

CANCELLED The European CCUS Projects Network invites you to its first public event, an expert discussion on industrial transition options. More details and registration on our event page.