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Milestone vote on CCUS roadmaps for Southern and Eastern Europe

On the eve of its second year, the EU-funded STRATEGY CCUS project has selected three of its eight “promising” regions in southern and eastern Europe to now benefit from detailed carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) roadmaps.

STRATEGY CCUS maintains momentum with online shift

Two weeks ago, we held the first General Assembly of the STRATEGY CCUS research consortium, an important milestone for our project and a chance to reflect on progress while planning for the year ahead. But this was no ordinary assembly.

Partner profile: ‘Industrial symbiosis’ will open up promising regions to CCUS

We speak to Paulo Rocha of CIMPOR, Portugal’s biggest producer of cement, to find out more about his company's motivation for joining the STRATEGY CCUS project.

Statement on Covid-19 outbreak

Our priority is the health of all our project collaborators and their families so, like most of Europe, we are now working remotely.

Guloren Turan: ‘Future CCS projects will be key to supporting Europe’s industrial transition’

Interview with the Global CCS Institute's Guloren Turan

Interview with the Global CCS Institute’s General Manager for Advocacy & Communications.

COP25: Partners present vital role of CO2 storage

Carbon dioxide (CO2) storage experts from the STRATEGY CCUS project, as part of the CO2GeoNet network, are attending the COP25 climate talks in Madrid this week to highlight the role that geological storage of CO2 must play in rapid and large-scale climate action needed to meet Paris Agreement targets.

Top science accolade for STRATEGY CCUS director

Dr Isabelle Czernichowski-Lauriol, Director of the STRATEGY CCUS project, has been awarded the Chevalier de la légion d’honneur medal in recognition of her scientific activities and merits in the field of the geological storage of CO2.

Focus on CCUS stakeholder committees gets under way in promising regions

Scientists from STRATEGY CCUS are exploring the role of stakeholder committees in eight European industrial regions identified as promising for carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) development.

Blog: Putting stakeholders at the heart of CCUS dialogue

Elisabeth Duetschke and Julius Wesche, of project partner Fraunhofer, describe the purpose and methodology of STRATEGY CCUS’s work package dedicated to stakeholder engagement.

Support for ‘promising regions’ of Europe in drive to develop low-carbon energy and industry

The STRATEGY CCUS team at the project launch in Orleans, May 2019

Our ambitious international project to support the development of low-carbon energy and industry in Southern and Eastern Europe got under way in May.