Carbon capture utilization and storage or CCUS has gained momentum as a topic of global interest in the last couple of years as energy transition talks and plans intensified, especially in the offshore energy and maritime industries.
Carbon capture is a process where the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2), the key contributor to global warming, is captured in the power generation and industrial processes, preventing its release into the atmosphere.
In addition to reducing overall carbon emissions, capturing these emissions at their source and storing them underground is one of the key elements of energy transition and is critical to achieving net-zero target by 2050.
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