Our interactive map provides a virtual tour of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects around the world. Here you will find information on large-scale projects - operating and planned - which capture, transport and store at least 500,000 tonnes of CO₂ per year. Smaller scale but significant pilot projects, from capture and storage to full-chain CCS, also feature.
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How does the map work?
Use the zoom and radio buttons to explore the world of CCS. Find out more about a project by clicking on its coloured dot. Zoom in close to reveal all the projects in busier areas of the map. You can refine your search by choosing a different radio button in the top right hand corner. For example, select capture projects only or view sources of CO₂ emissions.
How accurate is this map?
This map is regularly updated with independently gathered, compiled and assessed project information and developments. As such, it does not represent the views of project developers, industry, government or other organisations. While every effort is made to keep it as up-to-date as possible, CCS is a rapidly changing field. If you find something that needs updated, please let us know - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to find out more?
At SCCS, we are continually monitoring, analysing and commenting on the progress of CCS projects worldwide for the benefit of government, industry and other organisations. We can carry out analyses and interpretation for other third parties. To find out more contact SCCS Business Development.
The information contained in these pages is, as at the date of its inclusion in these pages, believed to be accurate and free from error, 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.
Other maps showing CCS projects can be found at the links below.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology CCS technologies
- Zero CO2 Norway
- Global CCS Institute
- US Government National Energy Technologies Laboratory (requires Google Earth)