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CEE wants to intensify carbon capture, utilisation and storage, Polish Minister says

Last week (14 June), Poland’s Deputy Climate and Environment, Piotr Dziadzio attended a technical group meeting on the development of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies, hosted and co-organised by the Polish Ministry of Climate and Environment.

During the meeting, Minister Dziadzio outlined the most important activities in the field of CCUS carried out in Poland, including work on amending the country’s Geological and Mining Law and other activities on the development of carbon capture, storage and use technologies.

“We are seeing a growing number of new, large-scale CCUS initiatives around the world. In Central and Eastern Europe, we also want to intensify our efforts,” said Minister Dziadzio.

During the meeting, two projects were presented from Brazil and China on carbon storage in relation to hydrocarbon extraction intensification. In addition, government and industry representatives from the UK and the US extensively discussed hub and cluster projects implemented in their respective countries.

On the meeting’s second day, workshops were held to discuss the development of CCUS technology in Poland and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Experts from Poland, Estonia and Norway explored the importance and prospects of research in this sector.

Following the European Commission’s presentation on the planned CCUS strategy at the EU level, representatives from the cement and energy industries presented their plans for constructing specific projects in the Central and Eastern European region.

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