Dastur Energy featured in the November issue of Boss Magazine – As the world seeks to develop and deploy solutions to transition into a cleaner future, this article offers insights on how Dastur Energy has been delivering impact by enabling the clean energy transition journey. Atanu Mukherjee (CEO Dastur Energy) discusses Dastur Energy’s approach.
Expanding the Indian Economy, the Green Way – Striking a Green Balance. Read an opinion piece in the Indian Express by Atanu Mukherjee (CEO, Dastur Energy)
In a recent interview with Business Standard, Atanu Mukherjee, CEO, Dastur Energy, highlighted the importance of Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) technology in decarbonising existing industrial units. As we work towards a more sustainable future, CCUS offers the best solution for reducing carbon emissions in industrial processes.
Giga Ton Scale Carbon Capture Management is the need of the hour for Enabling the Low Carbon Industry in India, and we need to do it fast” - Atanu Mukherjee, CEO, Dastur Energy, tells in his plenary address at the SHARP DST IIT Bombay Workshop organized by IIT Bombay, Funded and Supported by Department of Science & Technology, Government of India
Dastur Energy recently published a report titled “Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) Technology Gaps and International Collaboration” as part of India’s ongoing G20 presidency. The report analyses the technology gaps and presents solutions for the large-scale and cost-effective implementation of CCUS, a key enabler for a ‘Net-Zero’ future.
Ajay Phatak, has joined Dastur Energy as a Strategic Technical Adviser. Ajay is an expert in the area Sustainability, Energy Transition and Carbon accounting. Ajay is also deeply interested in ecological economics and sustainability, and the impact of businesses and the current economic and energy policies on the environment and sustainability.
Dastur Energy participated in the G20 International Seminar on CCUS, organized by the Ministry of Power, Government of India and NTPC Ltd. in Bengaluru. Atanu Mukherjee, CEO made a presentation on the Technology Gaps and Challenges associated with CCUS. A report authored by Dastur Energy, titled "CCUS Technology Gaps and International Energy" was also unveiled during the conference.
“Carbon capture can complement renewables in India’s energy transition towards a greener and cleaner future”, says Atanu Mukherjee, CEO, Dastur Energy Inc.
“As the clock keeps ticking on the burning issue of climate change, a robust CCUS policy framework makes not only climate sense but also economic sense.” - Atanu Mukherjee, CEO, and Saurav Chatterjee, Consulting Leader, Dastur Energy
India now has a clear cut policy framework, a road map to decarbonise by half carbon dioxide emission from the hard-to-abate sectors by 2050. NITI Aayog has come up with its policy framework: “Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) Policy Framework and its Deployment Mechanism in India”. The report was jointly prepared by NITI Aayog and MN Dastur & Company and after series of parleys and suggestions and feedback from the Union Ministry of Power, Union Ministry of Coal, Union Ministry of Environment, Union Ministry of Steel, Department of Science and Technology, NTPC, ONGC, SAIL, GAIL, BHEL, IOC, Dastur, Tata Steel and other stakeholders.