Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is gaining more attention as a possible abatement solution to growing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. In Indonesia, efforts to contain CO2 through CCS align with national commitments to reduce CO2 emissions. In Indonesia’s National Action Plan on Climate Change, passed through Presidential Decree No. 61 in 2011, Indonesia recognized that CCS could contribute up to 40% of the energy sector’s target reductions. However, despite this potential, there has been limited effort to pilot and demonstrate CCS technology in Indonesia. ITB Center of Excellence on Carbon Capture Storage and Carbon Capture, Utility and Storage activities involves workshop, summer school, international forum, symposium, meeting, seminar, and discussion.