China Technology Strategic Alliance for CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage (CTSA-CCUS) was specially founded to carry out collaborative innovation of key technologies in the industry, to enhance the technology in the carbon capture, utilization, and storage field, and to develop the core competitiveness and independent innovation of the industry in China.

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The alliance brings together enterprises, academies, universities, scientific research institutes and other parties with common goals to maximize the integration and sharing available resources. It is a non-profit national industrial independent organization. The alliance goal is to continuously improve technical levels nationwide by developing efficient and low-cost carbon capture, utilization, and storage technologies, to accelerate the engineering application of technologies, and to promote carbon capture, utilization, and storage at current worldwide industrialization pace. Other relevant goals include:

  • boost the technology innovation mechanism of the industry.
  • establish an industrial technology innovation system with multiple enterprises as the main body and, thereby, combine production, education and research.
  • promote the industrial design, construction and operation of carbon capture, utilization, and storage facilities.
  • fulfill relevant engineering technical specifications and standards.
  • master comprehensive and systematic CO2 capture, utilization, and storage core technologies with independent intellectual property rights and competitiveness at domestic and international level.
  • reduce the inherent investments and operating costs in order to extensively participate in domestic and foreign large-scale carbon dioxide capture, utilization, and storage projects competitively in terms of capacity and technical conditions.
  • provide technical support for the national response to climate change and the formulation of related policies and standards.


The 7th Management Team:

General Secretary:

  • He Dongbo, Vice President of China Petroleum Exploration and Development Research Institute


Deputy Secretary:

  • Chen Qizhen, Deputy Director of China Agenda 21 Management Center
  • Lv Weifeng, Director of EOR Center, China Petroleum Exploration and Development Research Institute
  • Lin Qianguo, Professor of Shanghai Jiaotong University/North China Electric Power University


International Advisor:

  • Dr. Kamy Sepehrnoori, Professor of University of Texas at Austin
  • Dr. Jijun Miao, CEO of SimTech LLC 


Chef of secretary:

  • Huang Bin, Director of Science and Technology Department of China Huaneng Group
  • Dou Hongbo, Senior Director of PetroChina Technology Management Department
  • Wang Le, Director of Equipment Storage and Transportation Division, Sinopec Science and Technology Department
  • Li Jingfeng, Deputy Director of Science and Technology Cooperation Division, Ministry of Science and Technology, National Energy Group


 Secretariat Office:

  • Director: Lu Weifeng, Director of EOR Center, China Petroleum Exploration and Development Research Institute


 Contact:

  • Wang Gaofeng, RIPED, PetroChina: +86 10-83597146 (Beijing, China)
  • Sophia Gong, Sophia.gong@simtechnologyus.com (Houston, USA)

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About China Technology Strategic Alliance for CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage (CTSA-CCUS)