The Global CCS Institute just released its detailed carbon capture technology compendium called the State of the Art: CCS Technologies 2023.
As an international think tank dedicated exclusively to accelerating the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) solutions, with this report the Global CCS Institute aims to demonstrate the full range of commercially available technologies.
This release marks the second annual edition of the compendium and was led by Matthew Loughrey, Hugh Barlow and Shahrzad Shahi.
Inside, readers can expect to find insights on more than 45 CCS technologies from some of the world’s leading carbon capture specialists, including companies like Aker, Svante, Heirloom, Captura, and others.
Transport and storage are also examined separately with solutions provided by companies, such as JFE Steel and Getech, for example.
Furthermore, the report has an entire section dedicated to full-value-chain solutions, such as those by ABB, Chevron, Saipem, Baker Hughes, and others, in which it showcases the new technologies focused on safety and monitoring.
This year’s Global CCS Institute compendium has an emphasis on the critical advancements made in CCS globally, including the development of entirely new approaches, such as those utilizing calcium looping and metal organic frameworks (MOFs).
The report outlines the rapidly growing adoption of CCS worldwide, as well as the advancing technologies needed to address harder-to-abate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.