Recently, I have been trying to wrap my mind around what has been going on with carbon capture utilization and/or sequestration (CCUS) over the past decade. I last looked at the topic while I was in Singapore thinking about how the industry might commercialize all that low- and variable-BTU gas in southeast Asia. The fundamental questions remain much the same: How can the production and facilities community help to drive down costs and build a better road to CCUS application? My periodic involvement feels a bit like my trips from Miri in Malaysia to Kuala Belait in Brunei. With CCUS and CCS (carbon capture and storage), government-funded studies and projects have demonstrated feasibility.