ALIGN-CCUS: Equipping industry for low-carbon success – 28-29 October 2020

The ALIGN-CCUS project, which began in 2017, is now drawing to a close and the research teams are ready to share their results with you and other CCUS stakeholders. The final knowledge sharing event takes place over two half-day morning sessions on Wed 28 and Thurs 29 October, 10am – 1pm CET (9am-12pm BST)

This online knowledge sharing event will feature two half-day morning sessions with scheduled comfort breaks. Day One is aimed at non-technical stakeholders, regional authorities, policymakers, regulators, industry, NGOs, the media and investors. Day Two is suited to but not exclusively for industry, project developers, the research community, policymakers, investors and supply chain businesses.

DAY ONE 10.00-13.00 CET

Chair: Peter van Os, Project Coordinator, TNO

  • Welcome and ALIGN-CCUS overview, Peter van Os, Project Coordinator, TNO
  • ALIGN-CCUS and the ERA-NET ACT programme, guest speaker to be announced
  • Developing full-chain CCUS for European industry, Lydia Rycroft, WP5 Lead, TNO (The Netherlands)
  • Measuring & building support for CCUS, Emma ter Mors, WP6 Lead, Leiden University (The Netherlands)
  • Identifying CO2 storage capacity & infrastructure, Maxine Akhurst, WP3 Lead, British Geological Survey (UK)
  • Flexible & affordable carbon capture for industry clusters, Hanne Kvamsdal, WP1 Lead, SINTEF (Norway)
  • Cost-effective and reliable CO2 transport and injection, Hans Aksel Haugen, WP2 Lead, SINTEF (Norway)
  • An energy revolution: synthetic fuels from CO2, Peter Moser, WP4 Lead, RWE (Germany)
  • Sharing knowledge & the value of dissemination, Peter van Os, TNO & Indira Mann, SCCS (UK)
  • Panel Q&A

DAY TWO 10.00-13.00 CET

Chairs: tbc

  • Welcome and overview, Peter van Os, Project Coordinator, TNO
  • Meet the Experts – an open discussion with ALIGN-CCUS scientists (25 mins per theme)
    • Flexible & affordable carbon capture for industry clusters (WP1)
    • Cost-effective and reliable CO2 transport and injection (WP2)
    • Identifying CO2 storage capacity & infrastructure (WP3)
    • An energy revolution: synthetic fuels from CO2 (WP4)
    • Developing full-chain CCUS for European industry (WP5)
    • Measuring & building support for CCUS (WP6)
  • Closing remarks – Peter van Os, TNO

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