Going Carbon Negative: The Risks and Opportunities of Carbon Offsets

September 30, 2022 | Research Report

Meeting net-zero targets will require CO₂ removal. Enabling this goal, a wide range of technologies, spanning carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration; land-based solutions; and ocean-based CO₂ removal, will help corporations offset their emissions through carbon credits. A successful net-zero strategy will likely require a combination of these technologies. The Lux Carbon-Negative Framework helps clients align carbon credits to their decarbonization strategy — whether for near-term carbon offsets or long-term sourcing of fossil-free carbon feedstocks. This report delves deeper into the available technologies that can generate carbon credits and addresses the opportunities, risks, and associated economics.

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  • Chemicals
  • Government & Non-Profit
  • Industrials
  • Oil and Gas
  • Utilities

Table of Contents

  • Title page
  • Introduction
  • Lux Carbon-Negative Framework
  • Methodology and Scope of Analysis
  • Carbon-Negative Technologies: Opportunities and Risks
  • CCUS-based solutions
  • Land-based solutions
  • Ocean-based solutions
  • Analysis and Outlook

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