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JOGMEC and ASEAN Centre for Energy published a joint research report on CO2 cross-border transportation CCS in ASEAN
- Taking a step forward toward the social implementation of CCS in the Asia-Pacific region -

June 10, 2024

Japan Organization for Metals and Energy Security (JOGMEC), in collaboration with the ASEAN Centre for Energy, has published a report analyzing the regulatory frameworks for CCS and CO2 cross-border transportation in order to realize ASEAN's energy transition and low carbon energy system in line with its net zero target.
The ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE, Note) is an intergovernmental organization that represents the 10 ASEAN Member States' (AMS) interests in the energy sector. ACE serves as a catalyst for the economic growth and integration of the ASEAN region by initiating and facilitating multilateral collaborations as well as joint and collective activities relating to energy.
JOGMEC has focused on the importance of realizing CCS and CO2 cross-border transportation in ASEAN, and in collaboration with ACE, has published a report analyzing the related regulatory frameworks.

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Brief Overview

  1. Review of Existing Policies and Regulatory Frameworks in Key ASEAN Countries:
    This will involve examining the current policies and regulations related to CCS in Southeast Asian countries, namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Viet Nam.
  2. Review of challenges and opportunities of CO2 cross-border transportation in the ASEAN region:
    This study identifies specific compliance requirements necessary for the effective and lawful CO2 cross-border transportation. It also reviews potential challenges and opportunities for CO2 cross-border transportation in ASEAN.
This report compiles policies and regulations related to CCS in ASEAN countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Viet Nam) and outlines potential CCS projects. This report is expected to serve as a foundational document for promoting decarbonization and for considering CO2 cross-border transportation CCS in ASEAN.

JOGMEC will continue promoting the implementation of CCS projects, contributing to a sustainable energy supply and a carbon-neutral society.

The report is available here:

Reference

Part of the contents of the report is based on materials from the Workshop on CO2 cross-border transport and storage (CCS) in the Asia-Pacific Region held on February 8, 2024 by JOGMEC in collaboration with the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Asia CCUS Network.

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