CCUS (Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage) has emerged as a crucial solution for tackling global warming and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The energy industry worldwide recognises its importance and is investing in CCUS technologies and infrastructure to achieve net-zero targets and transition to clean energy, especially in the Asia Pacific region.
China is a notable player in this effort, prioritising carbon emissions reduction and supporting CCUS development through various initiatives. They have made significant progress in CCUS, including onshore or offshore large-scale CO2 storage projects.
In this dynamic landscape, the inaugural SPE Workshop on CCUS Management in China takes centre stage, offering a practical platform for industry professionals to convene, discuss, and exchange insights. It is designed to address the real-world challenges faced in the realm of CCUS, enabling participants to share their valuable experiences and contribute collectively to the effective deployment of CCUS technologies.