Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA)
The CCSA is the trade association promoting the commercial deployment of Carbon
Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS), an essential solution to deliver net zero emissions
across industry, heat, power and transport.
The CCSA represents the interests of companies and organisations seeking to develop
commercial-scale CCUS projects.
We work with members, governments and other organisations to ensure CCUS is developed and
deployed at the pace and scale necessary to meet net zero goals and deliver sustainable growth
across regions and nations.
CCSA members are drawn from a wide range of sectors such as industry, equipment manufacturing,
oil and gas, distribution, academia and regional bodies – as well as the associated supply
chain and service sector.
What we do
By bringing members together through working groups and other events, the CCSA is able to
represent the CCUS industry to media, government officials, and other key stakeholders.
We achieve this by:
- Engaging with a wide variety of stakeholders to promote the crucial role that CCUS will play in
meeting net zero goals
Representing the CCUS industry at key meetings and external events, as well as on social media
Hosting member working group meetings to inform members, develop position papers and respond to
Organising a range of events, conferences and webinars to facilitate networking, information
exchange and build broad support for CCUS
Providing a reliable and credible source of information on CCUS developments around the world
to members and interested stakeholders
- Ensure CCUS is recognised and accepted as an essential solution to deliver net zero
emissions across the economy
- Engage with stakeholders across the political sphere to develop the appropriate
long-term commercial models that will establish a number of CCUS clusters – helping to deliver
clean regional growth and the industrial transition to a low-carbon economy
- Influence the development of policy, regulation and incentives that will enable the
successful delivery of early commercial-scale CCUS projects