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Common myths about Carbon Capture and Storage

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects and technologies are poised to play a very critical part in the energy transition to more sustainable living. It’s essential that the momentum for these projects increases if we have any chance of meeting net-zero targets by 2050.


As energy demands continue to rise globally and as threats of climate change become more real every day, carbon reduction has never been more critical. However, there is still considerable resistance to CCS for various reasons. There have been long-held myths and beliefs that it’s too expensive, it just doesn’t work and so on. At RPS, however, we are currently receiving several enquiries from clients for support in this area, more than ever before. So, where do the facts lie, and how effective can CCS be in mitigating the worst effects of climate change? We’d like to explore this by first tackling a few of the more common myths surrounding CCS.

To read the full article, written by Andy Kirchin, Managing Director - Technical, Training and Advisory and Sandy Petrie, Technical Advisor, then click on the link.

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