Carla Skinner, Physical Scientist, GSC Atlantic
CO2 Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration (CCUS) is a collection of technologies that could play an essential role in meeting our growing energy demands and increasingly urgent climate goals. CO2 is captured and either used as feedstock for carbon technologies or is compressed and transported to be permanently sequestered. CCUS supports net-zero pathways through several mechanisms including reducing emissions from existing infrastructure, assisting low-carbon hydrogen production, and removing carbon from the atmosphere. This presentation will briefly review CCUS – what is it, where can we do it, how does it work, and why it matters.