The International CCS Knowledge Centre

The international CCS Knowledge Centre ("Knowledge Centre") is a non-profit organization mandated to advance the understanding and use of carbon capture and storage (CCS) as means of managing GHG emissions. Based on learnings from the world's first post-combustion CCS facility at SasPower's Boundary Dam coal-fired power plant, and a $20M contribution from BHB Billiton, the Knowledge Centre is able to facilitate project development. Collaboration and partnerships are essential to transfer know-how, reduce costs and break down barriers of CCS deployment; and to build capacity. 

Country of registration
Network member number
198-10 Research Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Relation to CTCN
Network Member
Knowledge Partner
Communication and awareness
Type of organisation
Not for profit organisation
Type of climate technology services
Knowledge management
Technology development/transfer
Capacity building
CTCN Keyword Matches
Carbon capture and storage
Carbon Fixation and Abatement
CO2 storage technologies
CO2 capture technologies
CO2 transport technologies
Sector(s) of expertise
Carbon fixation and abatement
Active in
United States