Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee

Carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) inquiry

Inquiry status: Concluded

Scope of the inquiry

This inquiry examines the Government’s commitment to deploying CCUS technology and whether it has a “Plan B” to meet the UK’s climate change targets should desired cost reductions not materialise.

Carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) is a set of technologies which can together capture carbon dioxide from waste gases, and either ‘lock up’ this carbon dioxide in long-term storage  or use it in industrial processes.


Latest evidence

  • 17 Jan 2019 - Carbon Capture Usage and Storage - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF249 KB) HC 154 | Published 13 Feb 2019

    Evidence given by Andy Lewis, Future Role of Gas Innovation Manager, Cadent Gas, Dr Geraint Evans, CATCH Advisor, CATCH, Jonathan Briggs, CCS Stakeholder Manager, Oil & Gas Climate Initiative, Steve Murphy, Finance Director, Pale Blue Dot Energy, Pete Whitton, Managing Director, Progressive Energy, Peter Quinn, Head of Environmental Policy and Strategy, Tata Steel, Mark Lewis, Technology & Innovation Manager, Teesside, Prof Jon Gibbins, Director, UK CCS Research Centre

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