Priorities for CCUS Innovation – 28 November 2018

Accelerating CCUS: A Global Conference to Progress CCUS – 28-29 November

 

Day 1: 28 November 2018 – Priorities for CCUS Innovation

Organised by the UK CCS Research Centre, this event will examine the CCUS research and innovation priorities (as identified by the Mission Innovation Carbon Capture Challenge), including on carbon capture, carbon dioxide storage and utilisation and greenhouse gas reduction technologies. It is also an opportunity to hear from operational global CCUS commercial projects and how knowledge transfer from these projects can support future projects and research priorities. The event will seek to identify the priorities for action for Governments, industry, innovators and academia.

A CCUS Networking Reception and Dinner

Hosted by the UK CCS Research Centre, the reception and dinner will be an opportunity to meet global CCS practitioners from industry and academia, over an informal reception and dinner. The event will include a keynote speaker to discuss their perspective and insight into CCUS and how to accelerate CCUS.

Agenda and presentations

28 November 2018:

12:30 – 13:00 Registration
13:00 – 13:15 Opening remarks

13:15 – 14:30 

Session 1A: Knowledge transfer from commercial scale projects
Jon Gibbins, UKCCSRC – chair
Tony Espie, BP International Limited
Beth Hardy, International CCS Knowledge Centre
Owain Tucker, Shell
Takashi Kiga, IHI Corporation
Torbjørg Fossum, Equinor

Session 1B: RD&D priorities for CO2 Capture and Utilisation
Paul Fennell, UKCCSRC/Imperial College London – chair
Jørild Svalestuen, Gassnova
Earl Gotheer, Tno
Peter Styring, The University of Sheffield
Paula Carey, Carbon8

14:30 – 15:45

Session 2A: CCUS as an enabler for the hydrogen economy
Jo Coleman, Shell – chair
David Joffe, Committee on Climate Change
Henrik Anderson, Equinor
Dan Sadler, Northern Gas Networks
Andy Lewis, Cadent

Session 2B: RD&D priorities for CO2 Storage and cross-cutting aspects of CCUS
Stuart Haszeldine, UKCCSRC/SCCS/University of Edinburgh – chair
Andrea Ramirez Ramirez, Delft University of Technology
Ryozo Tanaka, RITE
Isabelle Czernichowski-Lauriol, BRGM
David Reiner, UKCCSRC/University of Cambridge

15:45 – 16:30 Coffee Break

16:30 – 17:45

Session 3A: How can the public and private sectors support technology breakthroughs?
Juho Lipponen, CEM CCUS Initiative – chair
Beth House, Natural Environment Research Council – UKRI
Aage Steangeland, Research Council of Norway
Tony Surridge, SA Nat Energy Dev Inst
Damien Gerard, OGCI
Rodney Allam, Rallam Consultant

Session 3B: Technology options and roles for Greenhouse Gas Removal Technologies in delivering climate goals
Caroline Saunders, British Consul General Calgary – chair
Myles Allen, Environmental Change Institute
David Joffe, Committee on Climate Change 
Mathilde Fajardy, Imperial College London
Jason Shipstone, Drax Group Plc
Jan Wurzbacher, Climeworks

17:45 – 18:00 Closing remarks

18:00 – 21:00 Evening reception & buffet dinner sponsored by UKCCSRC with keynotes

You can find information about the event held on 29 November 2018 as part of the conference here: Accelerating CCUS globally event