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CCS4NetZeroIndustry

This campaign builds upon Bellona’s ongoing efforts to promote a modern, clean, secure, and intelligent CCS infrastructure in Europe. Our previous TEN-E and TEN-T campaigns, conducted in partnership with the Clean Air Task Force, have played a crucial role in increasing awareness about CCS and highlighting the significance of a harmonised legal framework across the entire CCS value chain. These initiatives align with the European Green Deal’s objective of achieving climate neutrality.

What can you anticipate? The CCS campaign serves as a platform for Bellona and key stakeholders to disseminate information and enhance awareness. We will feature interviews with specialists in carbon capture and storage, provide easily digestible explainers, share engaging infographics, publish insightful articles, and organise events and workshops for policymakers, industry leaders, and environmental groups. Stay updated with this campaign to explore the potential of CCS and its contribution to meeting the EU’s emissions reduction targets.

The people involved

Lina Strandvåg Nagell

Senior Manager Projects & EU Policy

Hanna Biro

Policy Advisor

Aravind Dhakshinamoorthy

Policy Advisor

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Open Letter: Urgent Call to Action – Ensure the Net Zero Industry Act CO2 Storage Injection Capacity Target protects EU industrial decarbonisation efforts and a Just Transition for All

Safeguarding the chapters on CCS in the NZIA are crucial, so says the 23 co-signatories to our letter sent to EU Member States and European Parliament. The NZIA is a golden opportunity to ensure appropriate development of much-needed CO2 storage capacity, enabling industrial decarbonisation and a Just Transition by the retention of important welfare-carrying jobs in the harder-to-abate sector, while at the same time ensuring the proportionate contribution of Oil and Gas companies.

Parliament bolsters NZIA, Council must follow suit

Today the ITRE committee voted on the Net Zero Industry Act, and with the earlier ENVI committee vote on the 20th of September, the Parliament concluded its position on articles pertaining to carbon capture and storage, which the two committees shared competency on. These mostly positive parliament votes help set societal terms for the development of crucial CO2 storage for the EU industry, instead of leaving it to the petroleum industry alone. 

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