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Managing Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Risk

Controlling risk is a key element of any carbon capture and storage (CCS) project. In this white paper, learn how to leverage proactive risk management and mitigation to drive your project success.
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Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a promising approach for controlling carbon emissions from fossil fuel power plants and other large emitters. To make CCS viable, adopters must take a proactive approach to risk management and mitigation across the entire process - from capture and transport, to storage and site closure.

Here's what you need to know about technical, economic, policy and stakeholder risk, as well as actionable tactics for de-risking CCS in this white paper straight from our experts.



Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and Risk

Get key information on CCS risk, including policy, stakeholder, economic and technical risks across each project stage

Three Essential Tactics for De-Risking CCS

Reduce uncertainty, understand your risk profile, and improve project outcomes with a integrated and methodical approach to CCS risk

Technical Risk for Carbon Capture and Storage

Understand the technical risks involved in CCS, including CO2 leakage, plume migration, induced seismic activity and more

De-Risking CO2 Injection and Storage

Learn what it takes to assess and mitigate CCS risk during site selection, drilling, CO2 injection, monitoring and closure