The push for carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is capable of creating new markets and value networks, however, the future of the “disruptive technology” depends on several key enablers, according to the executive leading carbon capture efforts at Italian major Eni SpA.

Similar to other oil majors, Eni has set out plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions and considers carbon capture projects key. Though in order to reach its emissions goals, certain enablers are needed to speed up the adoption of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects, said Salvatore Giammetti, head of CCUS for Eni.

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