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Putra Adhiguna is an energy finance analyst at the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis focusing on energy transition in emerging economies. He holds an engineering degree from Institut Teknologi Bandung, an alumni of business leadership program from Texas A&M, with a Master in Public Policy from the London School of Economics & Political Science.

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The hydrogen motives: various industry interests are at play behind clean energy drive

Clean hydrogen deployment will be instrumental in the pursuit of global net-zero emissions as not all sectors can easily switch to a renewable electricity path

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The CCUS entourage in Southeast Asia: a convenient ride to delay the hard questions?
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Putra Adhiguna

The CCUS entourage in Southeast Asia: a convenient ride to delay the hard questions?

Environmental Sustainability

Everyone hopes that CCUS can be commercially viable, but stay wary of the fine print. ‘Carbon capture’ has increasingly become a magic word for many investors and regulators. ‘Carbon capture potential for project [insert name here] will be evaluated in the future’ presents a convenient way to wing questions on emissions and to get the project through the last miles.

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Environmental Sustainability · Carbon Market

The CCUS entourage in Southeast Asia: a convenient ride to delay the hard questions?


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