In addition to advancing a dialogue on the role of CCUS in a clean energy future, the CCUS initiative will also provide helpful resources, case studies, planning tools, best-practice documents, and possibly in-depth technical studies.
The Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) initiative works with governments, the private sector and the investment community to reduce carbon emissions from power generation and industrial processes.
The initiative aims to increase momentum regarding the importance of CCUS as a viable CO2 mitigation option; facilitate diffusion of knowledge on technologies, regulations, and policies; and develop strategic partnerships to accelerate both near- and longer-term investment in CCUS to advance global deployment by making these technologies and approaches more competitive.
The initiative fosters dialogue among stakeholders on the role that CCUS technologies can play in reducing carbon emissions, providing energy security, furthering investments in existing infrastructure, and strengthening the framework for collaborative partnerships between the public and private sectors.
Learn more about the CCUS initiative.
Stakeholders with a CCUS-related question can obtain technical assistance from knowledgeable experts through the Solutions Center's Ask an Expert service.
Published CCUS Resources
We offer no-cost training webinars on CCUS policy, technology and finance topics for interested parties around the world.
View all of our past webinars on the CCUS YouTube playlist. For our latest webinar, see see Approaching Final Investment Decision: CCUS Developments in Norway.
Frequently Asked Questions
See our list of frequently asked questions and other resources on various aspects of carbon capture, utilization, and storage..
17 May 2018
Framework for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) in the Clean Energy Ministerial
An overview and discussion of potential activities in the newly launched CCUS Initiative—This webinar engages a diverse set of stakeholders from across the clean energy sector to open a dialogue on the role of CCUS in the Clean Energy Ministerial and facilitate a broader discussion of CCUS in the context of other organizations, initiatives, and clean energy strategies.
19 September 2018
CCUS in Mexico for a Low Carbon Economy
A discussion of CCUS implementations in Mexico since 2010, including the development of Mexico’s CO2 Geological Storage Atlas and the North American Carbon Sequestration Atlas, as well as the launch of the Mexican CCUS Center in May 2018. This webinar details these past developments and discusses the future landscape for CCUS in Mexico and around the world.