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To avoid the risk of severe climate change, greenhouse gas emissions need to be reduced drastically. Carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) has the potential to contribute significantly to this ambition. CCS is a family of technologies and techniques that enable the capture of CO₂ from fuel combustion or industrial processes, the transport of CO₂ via ships or pipelines, and its storage underground, in depleted oil and gas fields and deep saline formations.
In this webinar an overview of CCS will be presented, including typical CCS concepts, main drivers and barriers, costs and safety, and public concerns. The webinar will also touch upon the complexity of this technology, the current state of implementation and whether CCS is progressing fast enough. This webinar is intended for persons for whom knowledge on CCS is relevant in their business and wants to acquire a broad understanding of the technology, where it stands today and its role in the abatement of greenhouse gases.