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JERA and INPEX launch joint study on Japan-Australia CCS

They will capture and transport JERA’s emissions to Australia for storage.

Japan’s JERA will be conducting a preliminary joint study with INPEX Corporation to develop a carbon capture and storage (CCS) between Japan and Australia.

In a statement, JERA said the partnership will examine the feasibility of separating and capturing JERA’s carbon emissions in Japan and transporting it to Australia for underground storage.

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The study will cover the entire value chain, including transport methods and shipping/receiving conditions.

JERA aims to achieve net-zero carbon dioxide emissions in its operations by 2050, with CCS as one of the techniques.

 

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