Driving CO2 Emissions (and beyond) with Carbon Capture, Use, and Storage

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Posted Jul 04, 2020 | McKinsey&Company, Krysta Biniek, Kimberly Henderson, Matt Rogers, Gregory Santoni

Mitigating climate change requires the rapid reduction of CO2 emissions and adoption of negative-emissions technologies to cut atmospheric concentrations. Growing concerns about climate change are strengthening interest in technologies that can reduce emissions in sectors like cement, and draw down CO2 levels in the atmosphere. In their article for McKinsey&Company, Krysta Biniek, Kimberly Henderson, Matt Rogers, and Gregory Santoni explain the importance of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) as a natural extension of a daily phenomenon, the collection and disposal of waste and the transformation of some of it into higher-value products and materials. They look at current technologies, review developments that could accelerate CCUS adoption, and assess the economics of a range of use and storage scenarios.

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