CCS: Basics, practical examples and deployment, an immersive workshop – 10-11 December 2019

The UK CCS Research Centre is organising a CCS workshop in Sheffield on 10-11 December 2019.  It is intended to be relevant for a wide range of people, including industry, researchers, PhD students, policy (including local government) and potential investors. It will cover CCS basics across the whole chain in an accessible way as a grounding for everyone, then look in more detail at practical examples of what has been, or could be, done in the field with some of the industries doing it, and finally discuss how CCS might be deployed at scale in the UK and wider North Sea Basin.  As well as the presentations there will be plenty of networking time to discuss particular points in detail, including a working dinner.  Attendees can also submit electronic ‘posters’ to introduce their own work if they wish and a few speaking slots are still available.

The agenda for the two days is as follows:

Tuesday, 10 Dec 2019, The Edge, Sheffield

10.00Arrivals
10.30Introductions and objectives 
10.45CCS – same basic purpose but a lot of different technologiesJon Gibbins, The University of Sheffield
11.152-storage-appraisal-project-DG.pdf”>The UK CO2 Storage Appraisal ProjectPaolo Orsini, OpenGoSim

Den Gammer, Locarb Tech Ltd

12.00Lunch
13.00Katherine Orchard, Element Energy
13.45Jon Gibbins, The University of Sheffield
14.05Post-combustion captureLaura Herraiz, University of Edinburgh
14.50Hydrogen production from natural gas and pre-combustion captureSam French, Johnson Matthey

 

15.35Break
15.55Biomass conversion and CO2 capture optionsJon Gibbins, The University of Sheffield
16.40CCS and the 2030-2050 UK power market – biomass, gas, hydrogen, low-carbon fuels – panel and discussionPanel
17.30Break, networking
18.30Networking hot buffet

 

Wednesday, 11 December 2019

8.45Arrivals
9.00Practical post-combustion capture projects: Loy Yang and KårstøBill Elliott, Bechtel
10.30Break
11.00Steve Woolass, Tata
11.45Getting CCS over the line – business models for CCSPaul Davies, Chair, CCUS Advisory Group

 

12.30Lunch
13.15Policy updateChris Gent, CCSA
13.45Panel and discussion – scope for synergies and collaboration in CCS deliveryPanel
15.00Meeting end, informal discussion and refreshments

Please register below if you are interested in joining this immersive and inclusive event. The workshop will start at 10.30am on Tuesday 10 December and finish at 3.00pm on 11 December. Attendance and refreshment breaks during the course are free, but attendees are responsible for their own travel, accommodation and dinner. The organisers may have to select attendees if numbers exceed available space.

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