UKCCSRC Network Conference, Cambridge – 26-27 March 2018

Delivering the New CCS Agenda

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 TimeProgrammed Activity
26 March
10:00 – 12:00UKCCSRC Core Research Team Meetings (closed session)
12:30 – 13:30Registration and Lunch (open to all)
13:30 – 13:45Welcome
13:45 – 14:30CCS and the Political Process
Keynote: Chris Davies: A View from Brussels
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14:30 – 15:15Government Updates
Government’s new approach to CCUS: Will Lochhead, BEIS
Powering Past Coal Alliance: Emma Owens, BEIS
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15:15 – 15:45Break
15:45 – 17:00Deployment and Project Updates
Caledonia Clean Energy Project – Delivering CCS at Grangemouth: Stephen Kerr, Caledonian Clean Energy Project
Liverpool-Manchester Hydrogen Cluster: David Hanstock, Progressive Energy
OGCI’s Clean Gas Project: Jonathan Briggs, CCS Stakeholder Manager, OGCI
Committee for Climate Change: An Assessment of the Clean Growth Strategy: Mike Hemsley, Senior Power Analyst, Committee for Climate Change
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17:00 – 18:30Poster Session and Networking Drinks Reception
18:30 – 19:00Walk to Dinner Venue: Clare College
19:00 – 23:00Networking Dinner
Dinner speaker: Professor John Miles, ARUP/RAEng Res Chair Transitional Energy Strategies, University of Cambridge
27 March 
8:30 – 9:00Refreshments
9:00 – 10:30Parallel Sessions
Capture Panel – Room MR2
A process systems approach to targeting membrane properties for post-combustion capture, Rahul Anantharaman, Sintef Energy Research
CO2 capture in radio frequency heated system, Javier Fernandez Garcia, University of Leeds
Carbon capture with low-temperature amines. Reducing costs by using waste heat and standard containers. Pieter Verberne, CarbonOrO
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Storage Panel – Room MR4
Planting an Acorn to support the Clean Growth Strategy, Alan James, Pale Blu Dot
Fluid migration in North Sea overburden – preliminary concepts and cruise results STEMM-CCS and CHIMNEY, Jon Bull, University of Southampton
CO2-Enhanced Oil Recovery : carbon accounting for storage, Jamie Stewart, University of Edinburgh
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Systems Panel – Room MR5
What is the value of CCS? Niall Mac Dowell, Imperial College London
UK Costs for a Range of CCS Technologies, Suzie Ferguson, Wood
Red Vector Australia Study, Andy Boston, Red Vector
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10:30 – 11:00Break
11: 00 – 12:45International Panel
Chair: Brian Allison, BEIS
Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project: Jiro Tanaka, Japan CCS
CCUS Developments in the Netherlands: Jan Hopman, CATO
Update from the US: Howard Herzog, MIT
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12:45 – 13:00Close
13:00 – 14:00Lunch

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