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Carbon Capture and Storage – A Roadmap for Scotland

is being reviewed, with input from Skills Development Scotland as well as project partners to assess the potential level of demand for the range of skills that will be required for the development and deployment  of  CCS projects.

CCS Roadmap - Summary of Key Steps

The table below summarises some of the key milestones and progress points which we consider necessary for CCS to become a reality, as well as the Scottish Government vision set out earlier in this roadmap.

2009 -10

2010-2015

2015-2029

2030

Main role for Scottish Government and public sector more widely

Overall development

Fledging industry

Seek to secure funding from various sources for demonstration projects (ongoing)

Development of demonstration projects

Funding and business models emerge for projects

Roll out of CCS

Contribution to research and demonstration

Aiming for a number of demonstration plants occurring in Scotland. Vision achieved

Transport

Consultation by Ofgem/National Grid on re-use of existing gas pipelines associated with Longannet project

Consideration of transport options

Demonstration projects in Scotland supported by appropriate transport infrastructure

Further development of transport options – clustering approach being developed

CCS network developed in Scotland

Appropriate consenting and regulatory framework in place

Ensure that views of government and industry on transport issues are communicated appropriately

Regulation

Development of offshore carbon licensing

OSPAR and London convention ratified to

Money from levy has been deployed

Clear approach on regulation with reward

Appropriate consenting and regulatory framework in

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