This report presents the outcomes of a study conducted on behalf of SANEDI that aimed to explore the interaction between the proposed carbon tax and Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as a mitigation technology. The study consisted of two key components, being a background review to identify international experience on the interplay between CCS and the carbon tax, and a financial modelling exercise to explore the implications of South Africa’s carbon tax design for the financial viability of CCS in South Africa.
This report investigates the potential for carbon dioxide (CO2) Capture and Utilisation (CCU) as a greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation measure in South Africa through utilisation of CO2 as a measure to reduce industry sector energy emissions
This study was commissioned by the South African Centre of Carbon Capture and Storage (SACCCS) as a back-up plan for the Pilot CO2 Storage Project (PCSP) in case the onshore Zululand Basin is either not suitable or not available for the PCSP. SACCCS is a Division of the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI). The project also aims to develop an understanding of the requirements and implications of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Integrated Demonstration Plant and Commercial Operation.
This report explores the business case for continued investigation into carbon capture and storage (CCS) in South Africa. The time frame considered covers an investment and development period between 2017 and 2030, followed by an implementation period from 2030 to 2050.
The Atlas provides detailed insight for each of the storage types that have been investigated for potential storage of Carbon Dioxide.
Development of a regulatory framework for carbon capture and storage in South Africa.
The study explores the techno-economics of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) development, deployment and commercialisation in South Africa.
The document presents the key considerations for stakeholder engagement regarding the deployment of CCS in South Africa. Click here to Read more.
The document provides the detailed environmental legal analysis applicable to the Test Injection Project and has been generated as a stand-alone report. Click here to read more
The report provides a summary of preparatory work for the consideration of a CCPP is intended to be funded from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) (World Bank) CCS Trust Fund, which is part of the World Banks Programmatic Technical Assistance for Capacity Building for CCS in South Africa. Click here to read more
This scoping study focuses on carbon finance and trading mechanisms in the broader sense, building on the preceding overview of financial mechanisms and funding options for the Test Injection Project and CCS in South Africa Click Here to read more…
The document is Appendix “A” to the report on the South African Scoping Study for the Test Injection Experiment of Carbon Dioxide into a Geological Formation and the full utility of this Report occurs within the context established by the Consolidated Report Clink Here to Read more…
This report deals with the potential financial mechanisms and funding options for a Test Injection Project in South Africa, looking at what options are available to Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in South Africa in general with a focus on the test injection, narrowing down the options to what is or can become relevant to the Test Injection Project Click Here to Read more…
Review of South African environmental regulatory requirements relevant to injection and storage of Carbon Dioxide for the Test Injection Project
This legal component of the South Africa-Europe Cooperation on Carbon Capture and Storage (SAfECCS) Report addresses regulatory issues from the storage of the Carbon Dioxide; to considerations relating to closure and long term liability associated with the Test Injection Project.Click Here to Read more…
Stakeholder Engagement Reports
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