Last week the GHGT conference on carbon capture and storage returned for its 13th edition, hosted by the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne on the shores of Lake Geneva. Despite the continuing sluggish uptake and uncertain outlook for CCS since the last event, the conference managed to strike a much more positive note for the future of the nascent CO2 mitigation technology – thanks largely to a strong emphasis on the global climate agreement reached last year at COP21 in Paris, which set CO2 mitigation goals that will be difficult to meet without CCS. As starkly laid out by a keynote . . .