May 2020 CO2CRC Insights Newsletter out now

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This month’s edition covers:

  • Policy: Technology Investment Roadmap identifies CCUS as a priority low-emissions technology
  • Policy: King review builds case for CCS
  • Investment: Spending on carbon capture set to pass US$6 billion by 2026
  • Research: Australian university study suggests viability of CCS hub in Queensland
  • News: UK government identifies and commits to CCUS in two major industrial regeneration projects
  • Investment: Shell announces commitment to net-zero emissions by 2050
  • Investment: Energy majors Equinor, Shell and Total commit to building world’s first CCS network
  • Research: University of Chester developing low-cost carbon capture for shipping sector, and major partnership announced between Total SA and Cambridge University
  • Policy: US DoE provides significant funding boost for CCS research
  • Investment: Starwood leads novel CCS project for gas power plant
  • FEATURE: CO2CRC’s Carbon Capture and Storage Network – Education Investment Funding Completion.