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Associate Professor in Energy and Process Engineering Cranfield University

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Why the commercialisation of carbon capture and sequestration has failed and how it can work?

The main reason used to be a lack of incentives for CO2 capture.

With the 45Q tax in the US and higher CO2 emission allowance price in the EU, I trust that there will be more incentives for the industry to pick up CCS.

What do you think - why CCS has not been yet commercialised?

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Matt Chester on Mar 24, 2021

With the 45Q tax in the US and higher CO2 emission allowance price in the EU, I trust that there will be more incentives for the industry to pick up CCS.

Do you think these are near-term solutions, or will those types of mechanisms always be necessary for CCCS to succeed? 

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