Given the lack of information on CCS in Southeast Asia, it is proposed that ADB take a phased approach to engagement with DMCs. The current TA will conduct an analysis of the potential for CCS, culminating in a road map for a CCS demonstration project in Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Viet Nam. It will be followed by a national TA project in each eligible country (i.e., a country with CCS potential and a willingness to commit resources for a demonstration or pilot project) to: (i) establish the enabling environment, (ii) examine the technical aspects related to capture and/or storage, (iii) identify and prepare prefeasibility reports for pilot projects, and (iv) carry out initial geological investigations for the storage aspects of the pilot projects.
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