Archived UK Events

We’re delighted to announce we will be running two afternoon online sessions specifically for our ECR members. Communication for impact and career development The virtual sessions will have a focus on communicating research, featuring expertise from those who regularly (and […]

Tuesday 6th October, 10:00 – 12:00: Capture Wednesday 7th October, 14:00 – 16:00: Transport and Storage Thursday 8th October, 14:00 – 16:00: Usage The event will highlight measurement capability that the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and the National Engineering Laboratory (NEL) can provide to […]

The CCSA is holding a webinar, UK CCUS Clusters Showcase: Part 2, on 29 September 2020 at 15.00-16.30 (BST). Following the success of the “UK CCUS Clusters Showcase: Part 1” webinar which took place in July, the CCSA is now holding […]

On Friday 18th September 2020 at 10:00 to 11:00 CEST (which is 9-10am BST), CCUS Projects Network is holding a webinar. Despite the current coronavirus situation, governments and industry are looking to the future and a green recovery. To maintain […]

On Thursday 17 September 2020, 11:00-12:00 CEST (10.00-11.00 BST), the STRATEGY CCUS project is holding a webinar, ‘Mapping stakeholder views on CCUS technologies in Southern and Eastern Europe: An insight into societal awareness and acceptance of CCUS in the promising […]

Our online Autumn Web Series is now finished and registration has now closed. See the video recordings and slides on the Autumn 2020 Series page. Agenda: Date & time (all times GMT) Session Speaker Thursday 10th September, 3-4pm Carbon dioxide […]

This webinar from IEAGHG on 8th September 2020 at 2pm BST will look at the recent IEAGHG study on the Value of Emerging and Enabling Technologies in Reducing Costs, Risks & Timescales for CCS (report number 2020-05, published July 2020 […]

Acorn is launching the ‘Acorn CCS Virtual Townhall’ on 2nd September at 12.30pm BST.  This will include: a one hour webinar to take participants through the virtual townhall materials and host a live Q&A session with experts from the Acorn […]

Following on from our Spring Web Series (in place of our usual physical Spring Conference), our online Summer Web Series runs from Tuesday 21st July through to Thursday 3rd September, with an online weekly programme of sessions on Tuesdays and […]

Organised by Foresight Events, the Webinar Series will feature the following live episodes: Accelerating the Hydrogen Economy (22/09) Innovation within Supply and Storage (24/09) Decarbonising Industry and Homes (29/09) Powering Transport (30/09) Each of the virtual events will include presentations, […]

On 11 June 2020 at 3.30pm UK time, Caspar Donnison, PhD Researcher, University of Southampton & University of California, Davis, is leading an online seminar, “Finding the win-wins for Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) as we move to […]

Run by the Computer Modelling Group Ltd, this course gives an overview of the modelling options built into the GEM simulator for CO2 Storage and Capture in an aquifer. A 2D model will be built and various CCS modelling tools […]

This year, due to the ongoing situation with coronavirus (COVID-19), we’ve decided to significantly change our usual spring Network Conference programme to support and engage with our CCS community. This spring, we’ll instead be hosting a mix of regular informal […]

This workshop on 10 March has been organised by three early career researchers, Reace Edwards, David Cann and Dr. Laura Herraiz, through funding secured from the 2019 ECR Activity Fund, the motivation of which has stemmed from the Industrial Decarbonisation […]

The IDRIC project team are hosting an Ideas Factory workshop on 20th & 21st February 2020 at the Heriot-Watt University campus in Edinburgh. The main purpose of the event is to provide an opportunity for participants to develop a shared […]

With energy-intensive industries currently producing approximately 24% of global emissions, the UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit in Birmingham on 2-5 February 2020 will address the latest developments and opportunities across the Carbon Capture, Utilisation & Storage (CCUS) and Hydrogen […]

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. […]

Carbon Capture and Storage Mai Bui and 2agPvecGiLFB8LcVu8nnA_MS4fQ”>Niall Mac Dowell 13 December 2019, 18:30 – 20:00 Burlington House, Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 0BA   We are delighted to invite you to the launch of the book “Carbon Capture and Storage”. The book addresses […]

A webinar on implementing CO2 capture and storage (CCS) technology on 22nd October, 2019.  This webinar is the second webinar funded by the UKCCSRC, as part of the programme for Early Career Researchers. Register your interest here. The link to this […]

You are invited to the “Inaugural Clean Energy Science Lecture” and the “Workshop on Combustion-Related Research” both to be held at Mary Sumner House, Westminster, London, SW1P 3RB, on Monday 7th October 2019. Dr Nina Skorupska CBE FEI, Chief Executive of […]

Thank you to everyone who attended our Autumn Programme Conference on 4th and 5th September 2019 at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation. Below is the agenda for the conference. Presentations (where we have permission to share) and posters are […]

Registration is open for our upcoming ECR Awayday which will focus on ECR Career progression on 2nd July 2019 at Manchester University. The event starts with registrations and coffee at 9:45am to start at 10am and will close at 5pm […]

You are invited to the launch of the BP Energy Outlook The global energy system is facing a dual challenge: to provide significantly more energy while at the same time reducing carbon emissions. The 2019 Energy Outlook will consider the […]

        Thank you to everyone who attended our recent Network Conference, and of course thank you to Cardiff University for hosting us. If you have feedback from the event please fill in this short survey. All feedback […]

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) and IPPR North are delighted to invite you to our event ‘Just Transition Strategy for the North of England’. This will take place on 9th April, 10.30am-12.30pm at Park Plaza Leeds, Boar Lane City Square, LS1 5NS, Leeds. […]

In support of a new initiative launched at the Ninth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM9), the Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Initiative, you are invited to join the United Kingdom (UK) for the webinar “Progressing CCUS in the UK and […]

Will Lochhead, Head of CCUS Policy Team, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Stuart McKay, Head, CCS and Hydrogen Policy, The Scottish Government Mike Hemsley, Senior Power Analyst, Committee on Climate Change And…Katie Black, National Infrastructure Commission; Dr Luke Warren, Carbon Capture and Storage Association; Michael […]

This event is funded by the UKCCSRC as part of the ECR Activity Fund. This meeting is the first Biannual Meeting for Early-Career Researchers funded by the UKCCSRC, as part of their program for Early Career Researchers. Alan James, who […]

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 […]

DESCRIPTION A CCS Workshop co-hosted by Coventry University’s Research Centre for Fluid & Complex Systems (CU-FCS, formerly Flow Measurement and Fluid Mechanics) and UK CCS Research Centre on 1 November 2018. This workshop will gather speakers from industry, leading national […]

UKCCSRC Programme Conference, 11 September 2018, Sheffield Supporting CCUS Implementation Through Innovation   2018 has been an eventful year for CCS, with the Committee on Climate Change releasing two reports* strongly in favour of CCUS in the UK, the release of […]

A webinar on implementing CO2 capture and storage (CCS) technology will take place on 4th September, 2018.  This ECR Researchers’ Forum webinar is the first webinar funded by the UKCCSRC, as part of their program for Early Career Researchers. Dr Marcella Dean, who […]

NERC is investing £31 million in a project to establish two centres for research into the subsurface environment, and is organising an open meeting at the Royal Society in London on Tuesday 26 June 2018 to update the research community on progress […]

Our webinar will introduce the Acorn project as a “look back” from the year 2025. From this future perspective, our speakers will showcase the results from the ACT Acorn study, focusing on the growth of an integrated CCS network from […]

Come to our next Introduction to the News Media event on Tuesday 12th June 2018 at the Priory Road lecture theatre at the University of Bristol from 1pm to 5pm.  It’s a hugely informative, entertaining and popular afternoon.  And it’s FREE. You will hear from national news science journalists about what makes a […]

A one hour webinar from IChemE’s Clean Energy Special Interest Group, presented by Professor Patricia Thornley. Desires to limit the impacts of global climate change led to a commitment to maintain greenhouse gas emissions below a level that would result […]

The IFRF 2018 Conference is the 19th conference organised by the International Flame Research Foundation since our foundation in 1948 and will take place in our 70th anniversary year. It will be held at the excellent venue of Sheffield Town Hall, […]

IFRF – the International Flame Research Foundation – will hold its landmark 70th anniversary conference on 30th-31st May 2018. It will take place at the historic Sheffield Town Hall, close to the headquarters of IFRF, in a world-renowned centre for […]

This one-day conference will explore how the UK can decarbonise across domestic heat, transport, and energy intensive industries in line with the government’s Clean Growth Strategy published in autumn 2017. We will be exploring how hydrogen fuel cell and Carbon […]

This year’s All-Energy conference, the largest clean energy gathering in the UK, features two sessions on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). The first will explore the role of CCS in Scottish and UK climate action and provides updates on projects […]

Delivering the New CCS Agenda Presentation Slides Now Available Click the links in the agenda below for the speaker presentations. Follow this link to see the event photos! You can view all the blogs for the Spring 2018 Network Conference […]

Prof Mohamed Pourkashanian and Dr Karen N Finney are pleased to invite you to our scientific workshop on “NanoMaterials Enhanced Membranes for Carbon Capture”, to be held in Sheffield on Tuesday 20th March 2018. The programme starts with a selection […]

6 December – 7 October 2017 Energy Networks Association , The International Centre, Telford,TF3 4JH, United Kingdom The 2017 Low Carbon Networks & Innovation Conference provides an opportunity to explore the key learnings from electricity and gas network innovation projects. […]

Westminster Forum Projects , Central London (venue TBC), United Kingdom Delegates at this seminar will assess the priorities for expanding the UK’s Green Economy, delivering low-carbon electricity and developing green infrastructure. With the UK set to miss its 2020 renewable […]

Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum Keynote Seminar with Richard Bruce, Director, Energy, Technology and Innovation, Department for Transport (subject to Departmental business) Karl Anders, National EV Manager, Nissan GB Ian Constance, Chief Executive, Advanced Propulsion Centre Matthew Croucher, Environmental Manager – […]

The ETI is a £400m industry and government funded research institute into low carbon energy system planning and technology development to address UK energy and climate change targets. For the last 10 years we have invested in whole energy system modelling, technology […]

Are you a scientist or engineer with little or no media experience? Are you working in a field which can provoke media controversy? Are you interested in how the media works – and how to help journalists report your subject […]

Priorities for developing energy efficiency in Scotland Thursday, 5th October 2017 Central Edinburgh THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED Guest of Honour Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, The Scottish Government Please note the date of this seminar […]

Presentation slides available The first of the new Autumn ‘Programme Biannuals’ will take place on 12 September in Sheffield, with a networking drinks reception and meal at the same venue on 11 September. Location: The Edge, Endcliffe Village, University of […]

Wednesday, 14th June 2017 Central Edinburgh This event is CPD certified Guest of Honour: Chris Stark, Director of Energy and Climate Change, The Scottish Government This timely seminar will be an opportunity to discuss the new Scottish energy strategy and […]

Assessing the future of heating and cooling policy: priorities for decarbonisation, innovation and efficiency Morning, Tuesday, 11th July 2017 Central London THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED Guest of Honour Dan Osgood, Director, Heating & Business Energy Directorate, Department for Business, […]

As researchers are well aware, publishing and communicating your work is essential for your career and it is important to understand the process. The ReCon conference is designed specifically for researchers and we have a stellar line up of scholarly […]

Policy priorities for renewable energy in England Thursday, 25th May 2017 Central London This event is CPD certified Guest of Honour: Charlotte Middleton, Deputy Director, Clean Electricity, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy This seminar will examine key issues […]

Presentation slides now available! Our Spring Network Conference (Biannual), CCS In the UK: Delivering for the Future,  is happening on 11-12 April 2017 in London. You can read all of the blogs from the Spring 2017 Network Conference (Biannual) in London […]

A Global CCS Institute, UKCCSRC and SCCS event supported by Dynamic Earth as part of Edinburgh International Science Festival 2017 Times: Walks 10.30 and 13.30, Exhibition 10.00-16.00 A 2.5km outdoor walk exploring the geology that makes Carbon Capture and Storage […]

NERC are currently planning the second call under their Public Engagement Strategy, through which they will make an ambitious, large-scale investment (of up to £1·3m over 3 years) to achieve national impact in public engagement with one or more contemporary issues […]

Aim of the Winter School The 2017 Winter School will involve researchers from the UKCCSRC, Conventional Power Consortium and Engineering Doctorate Centre in Carbon Capture and Storage and Cleaner Fossil Energy. The aim of the Winter School is to aid […]

This meeting has been postponed – please keep an eye on our newsletters for information about a rescheduled date. The UKCCSRC Annual ECR Meeting 2016 will take place in Edinburgh on Tuesday 13 September 2016 (on the margins of the UKCCSRC biannual […]

EPSRC-sponsored workshop hosted by Imperial College London and the University of Cambridge. Convenors: Branko Bijeljic and Andy Sederman.   View the full programme for the workshop here. For full details and to register, see the event website.   Registration for […]

Unfortunately this event has been cancelled. Aim: CCS is already proven and can be delivered with currently available technology. There are, however, areas where the technology we are deploying, by its very nature adapted from other industries, has room for […]

Delegates at this timely seminar will discuss the future of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) – focusing on how the next REF will be structured and on the funding allocation. It has been scheduled to follow the Government-commissioned review of […]

*For more information including booking please visit As the UK devotes more resources to widening renewable sources of energy generation, this seminar will examine the opportunities for a range of different energy storage technologies to manage intermittent generation and […]

This seminar will provide a timely opportunity to discuss key challenges for the non-renewable and renewable energy sectors in Northern Ireland, following the recent Assembly election, formation of the new Executive. It is timed to follow the conclusion of the […]

The first-ever Reactive Transport Modeling Summer School will be held at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland, on 1-4 August 2016. The Summer School is designed to help postgraduate students in the geosciences learn the techniques of reactive transport modeling as […]

Submissions are invited for the Near Surface Geophysics Group of the Geological Society of London Research in Progress Symposium, “Instrumenting the Countryside – Geophysical Monitoring of the Zone of Human Interaction.” The economic development of the UK’s rural areas goes hand-in-hand with a […]

In this lecture, Dr Mark Wilkinson, from the University of Edinburgh, will give an overview on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and its applications in Wales and the rest of the UK In light of the recent Climate Summit in […]

The 2016 ECR Winter School was held in Sheffield on 15-18 February 2016.  The meeting proceedings including agenda, presentations etc can be downloaded here. You can also view photos from the event on Flickr or on our photo page.  Blogs about the […]

The SEA’s flagship event celebrates its ninth Power Scotland Conference on Thursday, 10 March 2016 and is sponsored by National Grid and Doosan Babcock Energy and Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd recently delivered a speech on the government’s long-awaited energy […]

The future for the Catapult Network – scale, scope and putting policy into practice Tuesday, 22nd March 2016 Central London This event is CPD certified Guest of Honour: Dr Hermann Hauser, Director, Amadeus Capital Partners and Author, Review of the […]

Timed to follow the publication of an independent panel’s review into planning in Scotland, expected in Spring 2016, this seminar will provide a timely opportunity to discuss the next steps for planning and infrastructure in Scotland. Delegates will examine the […]

As the Scottish Government plans to review its current energy policy – and following both the UK Parliament’s inquiry into investor confidence in the UK energy sector and the early closure of the Renewable Obligation for new projects in April […]

As part of its 40th anniversary celebrations the Institute of Petroleum Engineering at Heriot Watt University will host five keynote lectures during the academic year 2015/2016. On Wednesday 27 January the speaker will be Spencer Dale, Group Chief Economist, BP. Please see […]

As part of its 40th anniversary celebrations the Institute of Petroleum Engineering at Heriot Watt University will host five keynote lectures during the academic year 2015/2016. On Wednesday 23 March the speaker will be Hamdi Tchelepi, Professor of Energy Resources Engineering, Co-Director […]

Building New Bridges for Low Carbon Energy is a one-day symposium designed to establish new collaborative links among chemists,  biologists,  materials  scientists,  engineers  and  key stakeholders  in  Wales and beyond to address the challenges associated with the development and implementation of […]

As part of its 40th anniversary celebrations the Institute of Petroleum Engineering at Heriot Watt University will host five keynote lectures during the academic year 2015/2016. On Wednesday 25 November Philip Ringrose (Statoil & NTNU, Trondheim, Norway) will present on “Application […]

Guests of Honour: Dr Martin Spollen, Head of Investment Strategy, Strategic Investment Board (SIBNI) and Colette FitzGerald, Head of Office, The European Commission Office in Northern Ireland This seminar will be a timely opportunity to discuss the Investment Strategy for […]

Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum Keynote Seminar: Delegates will assess the Government’s progress towards achieving its domestic and European energy generation decarbonisation targets, and the future shape of subsidy regimes for new projects. It will be held in the […]

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and Innovate UK, in collaboration with the Knowledge Transfer Network will be hosting a briefing and industry engagement event on Tuesday 1st December in Birmingham to promote the new European funding opportunities under the ERA-Net […]

How can the oil and gas industry work together with climate issues? Organised by Finding Petroleum and Carbon Capture Journal   The oil and gas industry is under growing pressure to do something about the carbon emissions caused by use […]

Together with the APGTF, CCSA, Coal Research Forum, and Knowledge Transfer Network, the UKCCSRC are hosting a joint workshop to identify innovative research and development solutions to support the next generation of CCS projects in the UK, to be followed […]

In July 2016 the Royal Society of Chemistry will host a Faraday Discussion on Carbon Capture and Storage. Registration is now open via the link below. Registration deadline is 20 June 2016. Themes CCS – a technology for now   Carbon […]

Registration closes 2 October 2015 NERC is holding a town hall meeting for the Energy Security & Innovation Observing System for the Subsurface (ESIOS) project on Thursday 22 October 2015. They invite the UK energy and Earth science community, and others with […]

The UKCCSRC Autumn Biannual Meeting 2015, CCS in the UK – Taking Stock, was held at Strathclyde University (Glasgow), 8-9 September 2015.  The meeting proceedings including agenda, presentations etc. can be downloaded here. You can also view photos and read blogs from […]

Guest of Honour: Patrick Feehily, Assistant Director, Environment, GLA Delegates at this seminar will consider the future of London’s energy policy – looking in particular at the key challenges facing London’s energy infrastructure, and what more can be done to […]

SCCS invites you to the London launch of their CO₂MultiStore Joint Industry Project report. Project partners from industry and academia will present a range of findings from their research, which sought to increase understanding and confidence in the operation of […]

SCCS invites you to the launch of their CO₂MultiStore Joint Industry Project report. Project partners from industry and academia will present a range of findings from their research, which sought to increase understanding and confidence in the operation of two […]

IEAGHG would like to invite you to attend their webinar ‘Biomass with carbon capture and storage – A review at the systems level’ on Aug 26, 2015 2:00 PM BST In their recent reports, bodies such as the Intergovernmental Panel on […]

On 24 July the EPSRC launched a funding call for Research Challenges in Industrial CCS and in that month the DECC funded Teesside Collectives report: Blueprint for Industrial CCS in the UK was released. To encourage links between academics working on […]

The STFC Network, GeoRepNet, will hold its third conference in Edinburgh focusing on exploring all aspects of high technology transfer into geological repositories and other deep subsurface facilities and laboratories. Talks in all areas of high technology are welcome, particularly […]

With focus on network innovation, regulation, and priorities for increasing market competition, this seminar will provide a timely opportunity to assess next steps for smart energy networks in the UK. It is timed following the establishment of the Energy Systems […]

The cement industry is responsible for about 5% of carbon dioxide emissions produced by human activities. Half of these emissions are the direct result of clinker production, the rest comes from fuel combustion and about 10% are associated with power […]

The role of Carbon Capture and Storage in averting the worst impacts of climate change is bigger and more fundamental than many yet realise. CCS delivers a viable route to competitive, low-carbon power and products, and remains the only option […]

Open to all ages, this coastal walk will take you on a journey through the geological history of the Goldeneye reservoir – which lies 2.5 km below the bed of the North Sea. Learn about the rocks that overlay this vast field – where […]

2015 has been hailed as a ‘watershed year’ for carbon capture and storage (CCS). Large-scale CCS power projects are now a reality and there’s a growing international recognition of the critical role the technology has to play in climate change […]

UKCCSRC held its annual meeting for ECRs on 23 June 2015 at University College London. This event was dedicated to providing information and ideas on potential career pathways for ECRs. We aimed to produce an event that allows ECRs to […]

Agenda Presentation of key findings Debate:  How can the development and deployment of CCS be accelerated in the EU in the next 5 to 10 years? Panellists:  Michael Schuetz, European Commission Alex Kazaglis, Senior Analyst, Committee on Climate Change Angela […]

MEETING BACKGROUND CO2 storage requires often unprecedented levels of understanding of the subsurface and prediction of the long term behaviour of injected CO2. Numerical modelling of the CO2 injection process is therefore a key tool in successfully appraising, implementing and […]

This conference will provide a timely opportunity to discuss next steps for the energy sector in Scotland. Delegates will assess prospects for the renewable sector as targets in the Scottish Government’s 2020 Routemap for Renewable Energy approach. They will also examine the […]

WEDNESDAY, 9TH DECEMBER 2015 CENTRAL LONDON Guest of Honour: Dr Martyn Sené, Deputy Director, National Physical Laboratory This seminar will look at the state of the UK’s scientific infrastructure and future priorities for investment. Delegates will discuss what needs to […]

(Organised by NOC, Southampton, and IEAGHG with sponsorship from the UKCCSRC). This combined Risk Management and Environmental Research Networks meeting builds from previous workshops held in Trondheim, Norway, in June 2013 and in Canberra, Australia in August of the same […]

This new report by the Grantham Research Institutes at the London School of Economics and Imperial College, and the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP), analyses the key barriers faced by CCS in Europe and recommends a European […]

This one-day workshop will consider the technological, policy and financial aspects of deploying cleaner coal technologies. Building on contributions from expert speakers and interactive discussions, the workshop aims to demonstrate what is happening in cleaner coal technologies now and discuss […]

This conference will bring together policymakers and key stakeholders to discuss electricity market reform, as the new Parliament begins its work. Delegates will assess the future of the Contracts for Difference regime and the Capacity Market auctions in the context […]

EPSRC as part of its contribution to the RCUK Energy Programme is inviting Expressions of Interest to attend a one-day workshop on Wednesday 24 June 2015 to engage in discussion to identify research challenges in the area of systems integration […]

The UKERC International Energy Summer School is an advanced school for future leaders in sustainable energy Understand the global commercial, political, innovation and technological challenges in the transition to a low-carbon system. Be involved in high level debate on energy technologies and research […]

Whether you are interested in the decarbonisation of energy generation while optimising the security of supply or the decarbonisation of heavy industry, such as steel and cement manufacture, Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) would seem to have a major role […]

Workshop rationale: This workshop is the second workshop being organised by the UKCCSRC Call 1 project FleCCSNet. The FleCCSNet project aims to provide design and operating guidelines for CCS pipeline networks to ensure that they can react effectively to variations […]

The UKCCSRC Spring Biannual Meeting 2015 was held at Cranfield University 21-22 April 2015 The theme was CCS in Action and the meeting was hosted by the Energy Theme, Cranfield University A proceedings document can be downloaded here.  Photos from the event can be […]

  Overview The UKCCS Research Centre is running a two half-day (afternoon & following morning) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Course on CO2 Storage and Monitoring at Cranfield University on 20 and 21 April 2015. The event is co-scheduled immediately before the Centre’s flagship biannual meeting. This course is approved for […]

Guest of Honour: John McNairney, Chief Planner, The Scottish Government This conference will provide a timely opportunity to consider the next steps for infrastructure and planning in Scotland. Delegates will assess the impact of the recent publication of the National […]

This seminar will provide a timely opportunity to assess progress and next steps of the Government’s Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Commercialisation Programme as the UK seeks to move into Phase 2 of rollout. Delegates will consider priority challenges for […]

Max Ball, the manager of SaskPower’s Clean Coal Technologies and will be coming to Edinburgh to present a jointly hosted seminar and webinar with SCCS. Max’s travel to the UK has been supported by the UK FCO and Science & Innovation Network. […]

The widespread application of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology on industrial processes such as steel, chemical and cement manufacturing, is increasingly recognised as a key priority for tackling CO2 emissions from these vital energy intensive industries. The Teesside Collective is […]

Tuesday, 16th June 2015 (09:00-13:00) Venue: Central London This Event is CPD Certified Guests of Honour: Paul Mason, Deputy Director, Research and Chief Scientific Advisor, Innovate UK and Dr Anne-Marie Coriat, Director of Capacity, Skills and Infrastructure, Medical Research Council […]

An update including presentations given at this event by UKCCSRC Director Jon Gibbins and Coordination Group member Stuart Haszeldine can be found here. Academic and Associate members of the UKCCSRC are invited to attend the High Commission of Canada to […]

Energy Futures Lab, in association with the British Institute of Energy Economics (BIEE) and the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC), are hosting a joint meeting to debate the energy policy manifestos of the main political parties ahead of the general election […]

A debate is being held about where and how carbon capture and storage (CCS) can play a role in the UK’s energy future. The prime minister and politicians from across the political spectrum have argued that CCS is likely to […]

Innovate UK is to invest up to £5m in collaborative R&D and feasibility studies to stimulate innovation in the extraction and use of conventional fossil fuels. The aim is to improve efficiency, reduce cost and minimise the environmental impact of […]

Thursday, 30th April 2015 Central London This event is CPD certified Guests of Honour: Matthew Pencharz, Senior Advisor for Environment & Energy to the Mayor of London, Greater London Authority and Dr Stephen Bass, Head of Sustainable Energy Policy, Ofgem. […]

This joint workshop with CO2Chem discussed life cycle assessment over carbon capture, utilisation and mitigation systems. The meeting: Explored the importance of lifecycle analysis for understanding the benefits of alternative utilisation and/or sequestration pathways for captured carbon dioxide. Developed an […]

Thursday, 17th September 2015 Central Belfast This event is CPD certified Guest of Honour: Patsy McGlone MLA, Chair, Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment, Northern Ireland Assembly This seminar will provide a timely opportunity for delegates to consider the future […]

This is a UKCCSRC Webinar broadcast of two live lectures within a half day specialist UKCCSRC meeting at British Geological Survey (BGS) Edinburgh. The seminar is hosted by Dr Maxine Akhurst of the BGS. The recording of the webinar is […]

Innovate UK, in collaboration with the Knowledge Transfer Network, will be hosting a series of events across the UK to discuss the forthcoming competition ‘Cleaner, more efficient conventional fuels’.   Further details here.

Innovate UK, in collaboration with the Knowledge Transfer Network, will be hosting a series of events across the UK to discuss the forthcoming competition ‘Cleaner, more efficient conventional fuels’.   Further details here.

Keynote presentations and student blogs from the winter school are now available here. OR a proceedings document can be downloaded HERE Aim of the Winter School The 2015 Winter School will involve researchers from the UKCCSRC, Conventional Power Consortium and […]

This is a UKCCSRC Webinar of a live seminar at Imperial College by SaskPower President of CCS Initiatives Mike Monea. This seminar is hosted by Dr Niall Mac Dowell, Lecturer in Energy and Environmental Technology and Policy, under the banner […]

The processes accompanying CO2 migration or leakage through the geological seals of storage sites is an important research topic. It is exceedingly likely that intact water-saturated cap-rocks will act as capillary seals and prevent  leakage of free CO2. However typical […]

CCS in H2020: Overview, Lessons Learned and Next Steps The CCS in H2020 webinar will be hosted by UKCCSRC and given by The EU Energy Focus team*. The webinar will focus on CCS in H2020 with particular emphasis on the […]

The 2013 Autumn Biannual UKCCSRC Meeting was held in Nottingham on 4-5 September 2013 and was hosted  by the Nottingham Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage. The agenda and available presentations can be downloaded here in the proceedings document. Details of the programme and the […]

The UKCCSRC is pleased to bring CO2CRC‘s Professor Peter Cook to the UK as part of our International Speaker Programme. In addition to presenting at our biannual meeting 4-5 Sept, Peter will be giving a lecture  on Tuesday 17 September […]

The 2013 Spring UKCCSRC  Biannual Meeting was hosted by the University of Sheffield on 8-9 April 2013.  There were 120 delegates registered, from the entire CCS value chain and spanning across academia, government, industry and NGOs.  The meeting provided a […]

The UKCCSRC Biannual Meeting took place on 19th & 20th September 2012 at Durham University. Approximately 120 delegates attended. The agenda and available presentations can be downloaded here in the proceedings document.  Meeting Presentations: UKCCS Research Centre Launch – Jon […]