A couple of interesting events relating to CCS policy in the UK took place in London over the last few weeks, and although short on major revelations, they provided some invaluable insight into the ongoing technical and political debate surrounding this nascent industry. Last month, the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) held their annual reception at the House of Lords, featuring an appearance by newly-appointed Energy Secretary Amber Rudd, while this week a Westminster Forum on CCS policy hosted a range of key speakers from both government and industry. With many of the same faces attending both events . . .