EFI Reports

The Critical Role of CCUS

Pathways to Deployment at Scale

Cover of The Critical Role of CCUS Workshop Summary report

On December 3, 2020, the Energy Futures Initiative (EFI) convened more than 80 representatives from government, industry, labor, academic, and non-profit organizations to discuss the current state of carbon capture, use, and storage (CCUS) globally, as well as the opportunities, challenges, and solutions necessary to see large-scale CCUS deployment in the coming decade. 

This virtual workshop, held under Chatham House rule, featured opening remarks by international experts in energy, decarbonization, and labor. Following the keynote discussion, a range of experts provided insights into a variety of technologies, policies, and business model approaches to enable CCUS in the four main sessions. 

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