Global carbon capture and storage facility capacity increased by 33% in 2020 and 12 new commercial projects were added in the Americas, bringing that total to 38 operating facilities, which is about half the global total, think tank Global CCS Institute said Dec. 1. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now “Climate ambition, including efforts to decarbonize industry, has not been curtailed despite the adversities faced in 2020,” Brad Page, Global CCS Institute CEO, said in an emailed statement regarding the release of the 2020 Global Status on CCS report. “We’re continuing to see an upward trajectory in the amount of CO2 capture and storage infrastructure that is being developed,” Page said, adding that one of the largest factors driving growth is “recognition that achieving net-zero emissions is urgent yet unattainable without CO2 reductions from energy intensive sectors.” The report found […]