Published: 13 October 2022

Building CCS momentum in the Baltic states

Ervinas Škikūnas1
1CIVITTA UAB, Gediminas Ave. 27, LT-01104, Vilnius, Lithuania
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Abstract

Climate change is a challenge which is currently being faced by everyone. In this regard CCS could play a major role in mitigating the impact of climate change. To promote CCS requires collaborative efforts and momentum is currently being built in Baltic States to promote CCS. We will provide details of the findings from the Baltic states on the project CCS4CCE: Building momentum for the long-term CCS deployment in the CEE region. We will review actions that may be beneficial in developing the CCS value chain in the broader decarbonization context. The project, #CCS4CEE, focuses on the renewal of the discussion on the long-term deployment of CCS in the CEE region, leading to new policies and joint projects. Project also examines the socio-economic and socio-political aspects of CCS deployment in several European countries, including the Baltic States.

About this article

Received
Accepted
06 September 2022
Published
13 October 2022
Keywords
CCUS
carbon capture
storage