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Course Introduction

The course on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) provides an introductory exploration of the fundamental concepts and practical applications of CCS in mitigating climate change. Participants will delve into various aspects of CCS, including capture technologies, transportation methods, storage procedures, risk assessment, and the economic and regulatory landscapes. Through interactive lectures, group discussions, case studies, and hands-on activities, participants will develop a comprehensive understanding of the key components and challenges associated with CCS implementation. The course aims to equip learners with the necessary knowledge and skills to contribute effectively to the advancement of sustainable environmental practices within the context of CCS.

Course Objective

  • To develop a foundational understanding of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and its role in addressing climate change.
  • To explore the basics of CCS components, including capture technologies, transportation methods, and storage procedures.
  • To gain insight into the economic implications of CCS, including cost considerations and financial incentives for sustainable implementation.
  • To understand the fundamental legal and policy landscapes governing CCS, recognizing key challenges and opportunities for effective integration.

Who Should Attend?

  • Professionals in the Energy Sector
  • Environmental Scientists and Researchers
  • Industry Stakeholders
  • Government Officials and Policy Analysts
  • Students and Educators
  • Environmental Consultants and Advocates

Course Methodology

  • Lectures and Presentations
  • Group Discussions
  • Case Study Reviews
  • Hands-on Activities
  • Quizzes and Q&A Sessions

"Carbon capture and storage is like an insurance policy for the planet. It's a way to reduce the risk of catastrophic climate change."

– Brad Page

Course Duration

2 Days Full Time Course


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Date    :  27-28 February 2024
Venue: UTM KL

For inquiries, please contact secretariat, Pn. Eman at 011-36562751.


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