Want to set up a CCUS hub to decarbonize industry at scale?

Build on the experience of the world’s most advanced hubs.

About The CCUS Hub

A CCUS hub takes carbon dioxide from several different emitters and  transports and stores it using common infrastructure. It reduces costs and risks for individual companies and governments, and opens up CCUS as a decarbonization option at scale.

The CCUS Hub aims to help political decision-makers, industrial emitters, carbon transport & storage operators and potential hub developers to set up their own CCUS hubs, learning from the experience of those already in advanced development. 


Get all the lessons from The CCUS Hub in one place

Who are you?

It takes many different stakeholders to build a CCUS hub. Choose your profile to get started:

The CCUS Hub Search

The CCUS Hub Search identifies 279 potential CCUS hubs in 56 countries. It matches clusters of CO2 sources from a range of emitting industries with possible storage locations. It defines possible and optimal hub areas, based on estimates of cost per tonne.

CCUS Hub News

News about the development of CCUS hubs around the world.

May 9, 2023

Osaka Gas and Shell to collaborate in CCS value chain development

Osaka Gas and Shell Singapore are conducting a joint feasibility study on a project to develop a CCS value chain collecting carbon dioxide emissions from industrial facilities in Japan and storing it underground.

The scope includes the aggregation and liquefaction of carbon dioxide captured from steel, cement, chemical and other plants in hard-to-abate industries, transportation of the liquefied carbon dioxide via ship to storage facilities in the Asia-Pacific region, and injection and storage in underground facilities.

March 2, 2023

1PointFive announces a new CCUS hub in Texas

1PointFive announced it has leased more than 55,000 acres along the Texas Gulf Coast to develop a CCUS hub with the capacity to hold approximately 1.2 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide.

The Bluebonnet Hub is located near refineries, chemical plants and manufacturing facilities along the Gulf Coast between Beaumont and Houston. The hub, which is expected to be operational in 2026, will provide for CO2 captured off-site to be securely stored in saline formations that are not associated with oil and gas production.

1PointFive has completed drilling a test well and subsurface assessment to characterize the site’s ability to securely store CO2 and expects to apply for two Class VI permits in 2023.

February 6, 2023

Denmark grants its first permits for full-scale CO2 storage

Denmark has awarded its first three permits for full-scale CO2 storage in the North Sea. Two go to TotalEnergies for a deleted gas reservoir and a saline aquifer; the other to a consortium of INEOS and Wintershall Dea. This marks the next step in Denmark’s sprint to achieve in just a few years what other North Sea storage operators have taken over a decade to do. CCUS was made legal in Denmark in 2020. Since then, a series of public-private partnerships have worked on pilot hub projects, regulations, incentives, seismic studies and impact assessments. The plan is to make the first large-scale injections in 2025.

The CCUS Hub Playbook

We’ve talked in-depth to the people on the frontline of developing CCUS hubs – the regulators, emitters and transport and storage providers – to draw lessons on how to get started and what to watch out for. Their collected wisdom forms the backbone of The CCUS Hub Platform and is collated in this downloadable playbook.   

Policies & Business Models

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How to setup a CCUS Hub

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