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author = {Hankin, A and Guillen, Gosalbez G and Kelsall, G and Mac, Dowell N and Shah, N and Weider, S and Brophy, K},
booktitle = {Briefing Note – summary of Briefing Paper No 3},
title = {Assessing the economic and environmental value of carbon capture and utilisation in the UK},
url = {},
year = {2019}

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AB - • As a signatory to the 2015 Paris Climate Change Agreement, the UK has committed to an ambitious transformation of its economy.• Decarbonisation of the UK’s economy must be a priority, but carbon-based fuels and platform chemicals will remain important to the global economy; their production from captured carbon dioxide and renewable energy can support this industrial need.• In this Briefing Paper, we report on results of a systematic procedure developed to assess the viability of different carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) pathways.• Our findings on three CCU pathways show that proposed CCU projects should always be assessed on a case-by-case basis, using detailed, UK centric, cradle-to-grave life cycle analyses.• CCU cannot provide the emission mitigation rate of carbon capture and storage (CCS), but as the UK’s entire geological storage capacity is offshore, CCU could mitigate emissions from inland point sources.• Of the considered CCU pathways, presently the production of polyurethane is the most promising for the UK and could provide an immediate short-term mitigation solution for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Currently, methanol production does not appear to be a viable solution.
AU - Hankin,A
AU - Guillen,Gosalbez G
AU - Kelsall,G
AU - Mac,Dowell N
AU - Shah,N
AU - Weider,S
AU - Brophy,K
PY - 2019///
TI - Assessing the economic and environmental value of carbon capture and utilisation in the UK
T1 - Briefing Note – summary of Briefing Paper No 3
UR -
ER -