Carbon Capture and Storage
Built an evidence base for the implementation of CCS in the UK.
We co-invested £2m in a National Grid project which carried out the UK’s first drilling assessment of a saline formation site for the storage of CO2.
A £5.4m collaboration project to develop a marine monitoring system for underwater CCS sites.
This project examined the potential for storing hydrogen and hydrogen gas mixtures underground in salt caverns, which could then be used for power generation in gas turbines when the demand for electricity is high
This project provided analysis and an objective view of the techno-economic performance of a range of both current and next generation CO2 capture technologies.