CAGS supports a range of capacity-building activities including research projects, exchanges, workshops and training schools in China and Australia.
CAGS3 (2016-19): Phase three was co-funded by Australian and Chinese governments to implement further efforts in bilateral CCS/CCUS (carbon capture, utilisation and storage) cooperation. CAGS3 continued to build geological storage research capacity in Australia and China through scientific exchanges and joint research on carbon, capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) demonstration projects. It provided an avenue for Australian researchers to gain experience on active Chinese CCUS demonstration sites and the Chinese to gain access to Australian geological storage, monitoring and groundwater expertise.
The outputs from phase three was published and highlights and an overview of the project can be found in the CAGS3 Summary Report.