Carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) will play a critical role in future decarbonisation efforts to meet the Paris Agreement targets and mitigate the worst effects of climate change. Whilst there are many well developed CCUS technologies there is the potential for improvement that can encourage CCUS deployment. A time and cost-efficient way of advancing CCUS is through the application of machine learning (ML). ML is a collective term for high-level statistical tools and algorithms that can be used to classify, predict, optimise, and cluster data. Within this review we address the main steps of the CCUS value chain (CO2 capture, transport, utilisation, storage) and explore how ML is playing a leading role in expanding the knowledge across all fields of CCUS. We finish with a set of recommendations for further work and research that will develop the role that ML plays in CCUS and enable greater deployment of the technologies.

Energy & environment science, nº 12

Yongliang Yan, Tohid N. Borhani,  Sai Gokul Subraveti,  Kasturi Nagesh Pai, Vinay Prasad,  Arvind Rajendran,  Paula Nkulikiyinka, Jude Odianosen Asibor,  Zhien Zhang,e   Ding Shao, Lijuan Wang,  Wenbiao Zhang, Yong Yan,   William Ampomah, Junyu You,  Meihong Wang, Edward J. Anthony, Vasilije Manovic and  Peter T. Clough

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