About the Network

Sharing knowledge, transforming industry, reducing emissions

The CCUS Projects Network comprises and supports major industrial projects under way across Europe in the field of carbon capture and storage (CCS) and carbon capture and utilisation (CCU). Our Network aims to speed up delivery of these technologies, which the European Commission recognises as crucial to achieving 2050 climate targets.

Network Members

Discover the projects working towards tackling Europe’s emissions through carbon capture, utilisation and storage

Knowledge Hub

Access a range of shared knowledge, experience and advice to help drive forward CCUS deployment in Europe

CCUS in Europe

Find out how CCUS technology works, why Europe needs its rapid delivery and what progress has already been made

Latest news & events

Futureproofing industry: success stories from Europe’s emerging CCUS projects

The second webinar from the EU CCUS Projects Network will feature two very different projects, which have overcome challenges and seized opportunities to progress carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS). The webinar, which will be chaired by Audun Drageset, Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), is aimed at CCUS developers and industry/technology providers but will also be of interest to the Oil & Gas sector, investors and policymakers. The webinar includes a live Q&A session.

PROGRAMME

13:00 - 14:00 CET

IMPACTS9 and CCUS Network join forces for second knowledge sharing event

The joint meeting of the CCUS Projects Network and the SET-plan CCS/CCU IWG9 (IMPACTS9 project) took place in Amsterdam earlier this month, gathering representatives of the key industrial projects under way across Europe in the field of carbon capture and storage (CCS) and carbon capture and utilisation (CCU).

CCS in Europe back in the game

On the morning of 5th September 2019, at the conference stage of the Oslo Opera House, a budding young soprano filled the room with the unassisted power of her voice, mesmerizing some 300 decision-makers from the EU and Norway. The occasion was the opening of the European High Level Conference on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).