As we start 2023, we’d like to wish all the readers a healthy and happy new year. After a tumultuous past two years in which the world faced its first truly global energy crisis, this year promises to be a challenging one as well. The immediate challenges of the energy crisis, while also advancing the transition to clean energy in a secure and affordable way, will only advance. The need to transition to clean energy in a secure and affordable way while limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius is important. It is time countries expand clean energy supply chains, develop clean energy manufacturing, and benefit from the new energy economy that is emerging.
Carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technologies are an important solution for the decarbonization of the global energy system, especially for certain hard-to-abate heavy industries. But in order to fulfil CCUS's potential, storage infrastructure must develop at the same speed as or faster than CO2 capture facilities. There are only seven commercial-scale dedicated CO2 storage sites today, but more than 100 others are in development. Lessons learned from these sites, along with research, pilot, and demonstration projects, contribute to our understanding of CO2 storage resources, their assessment, and their development into CO2 storage sites. This is vividly discussed in this issue.
Also covered in this issue is "Science and Technology for Sustainable Development with Women's Empowerment." A year-beginning feature on the success stories of women researchers, scientists, and engineers working in the energy, oil & gas, and engineering industries who have made a mark for themselves is truly inspirational. Read this and more in the January issue!
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