Today, the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Task and Finish Group (T&FG) published its findings and recommendations to inform the government’s Green Jobs Action Plan and the wider sector on how to plan and play a key role in resolving critical skills gaps, challenges and opportunities.

The CCS T&FG, which comprises the Carbon Capture & Storage Association (CCSA), bp and the ECITB, launched the report at an event at CATCH training centre.

Focussed primarily on the transport and storage aspects of the CCS sector, the report provides key insights gleaned from comprehensive sector-wide inputs between mid-2023 and early 2024.

It reinforces the importance of CCS decarbonisation technology for hard-to-abate emissions. It unlocks the capability of other adjacent technologies such as blue hydrogen, will help to safeguard the UK’s existing heavy industries and provides potential opportunities for members of the existing oil and gas sector.

Green Jobs Delivery Group - CCS Task and Finish Group. Findings and recommendations of the group. BP, CCSA and ECITB
Read the report