ABERDEEN, UK – Britain’s Net Zero Technology Centre has joined an international research study involving technology and research organizations worldwide.
These include TNO (the Netherlands), NREL (US), Rice University Carbon Hub (US), C-SIRO (Australia), NERA (Australia), InnoTech Alberta (Canada), PRNL (Canada), RCGI (Brazil), the Industrial Decarbonisation Research & Innovation Centre and Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage in the UK.
Each will contribute their findings to the ‘Technology Priorities for a Net Zero Integrated Energy System: a global perspective’ study.
They will analyze deployment potential for energy transition technologies across mature hydrocarbon basins, including blue and green hydrogen, offshore wind, oil and gas electrification, direct air capture and carbon capture, utilization and storage.
The study will identify gaps in technology gaps and priorities for innovation.