Carbon management frequently asked questions part 3: CCUS

The third part of the series explores CCUS which is set to play an integral role in decarbonisation

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As carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) gathers pace, this technology looks set to become a key element of a net zero future.

Responsible producers of carbon intensive materials including cement, steel, chemicals and energy-related sectors, and the governments and investors who back them, are now investing in CCUS as a carbon-abatement technology of choice. CCUS offers cost-competitive carbon abatement in many niches and a few large tranches of global heavy industry. 

Watch below to find out more about CCUS:


What is CCUS?


How can CCUS contribute to net zero emissions?


How much does CCUS cost?


What is the future of CCUS?

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