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Global CCS Map

Welcome to our interactive world map of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects. This provides information on projects of all scales and at all stages of development – planned and operating, and including cancelled projects of interest.

If you use the information from this map you must credit Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage and include the url www.sccs.org.uk/map

How does the map work?

Use the map’s zoom and navigation controls, and the location and display buttons below it, to explore the world of CCS. For more details about a specific project, click on its coloured marker then follow the link for further information. Zoom in close to reveal all the projects in busier areas of the map. Our map provides information about a project or facility where CO₂ capture and/or storage is happening or planned. Refine your search by choosing different display options – for example, by fuel feedstock or type of capture technology.

Status of information

The map information was extensively reviewed and updated between October 2013 and March 2014, and is being kept as up-to-date as possible. However, CCS is a rapidly changing field and the map cannot be entirely comprehensive; if you find something that needs updating or added, please let us know.

Want to find out more?

At SCCS, we monitor, analyse and comment on the progress of CCS projects worldwide for the benefit of government, industry and other organisations. We also carry out analyses and interpretation for other third parties. To find out more, contact SCCS Business Development.

Other CCS maps

To explore other maps showing CCS projects, follow these links:


The information contained in these pages is believed to be accurate and free from error as at the date of its inclusion, but the author(s) provide no warranty to this effect, nor will the author(s) be liable to any party for the consequence(s) of any reliance placed thereon by such party.

Information is independently gathered and assessed by SCCS and does not represent the views of project developers, industry, government or other organisations.

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