A thesis paper exploring the legal challenges with the liability framework that regulates CO2 leakage during cross-border CO2-shipping activities in the North Sea.
This paper analyzes the subsidies for CCS under the European Union's emissions trading scheme.
This thesis paper seeks to answer where Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology fits into current policy and how can DAC companies can best position themselves to maximize the potential of their technology.
This Global CCS Institute report takes a closer look at the European Green Deal and highlights three main challenges for CCS in the existing legislation.
This paper explores various design options for integrating negative emissions technologies (NETs) into the EU Emissions Trading System.
This paper explores six key challenges in relation to large scale BECCS deployment and considers ways to address these challenges.
Governance of Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS): Accounting, Rewarding and the Paris Agreement
This paper focuses on governance aspects of BECCS with the aim to identify pragmatic ways forward for the technology.
Negative Emissions Technologies and Carbon Capture and Storage to Achieve the Paris Agreement Commitments
This article is part of the theme issue ‘The Paris Agreement: understanding the physical and social challenges for a warming world of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels’.