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UKCCSRC – Industry and policy led ‘what are our research needs’ workshops (virtual)

31 January 2022 - 3 February 2022

Resources from the workshops including recordings, presentations, papers on the research needs identified, and workshop Jamboards are available on the resource page here.

The UKCCSRC is pleased to be hosting another series of industry and policy led ‘what are our research needs workshops’. The virtual workshops are intended to inform UK researchers and identify the key research needs, which will be published and linked to the scope of the next UKCCSRC flexible funding call in early 2022. The workshops will include a series of presentations from industry, policy makers and regulators. Following the presentations, there will be an exercise to identify the key research areas with input from other industry, policy makers and regulators on the call. The final part of the workshop will be opened up for UK academic questions, mainly around clarification of the research needs that have been identified.

See the agenda below and use the form to register for these workshops.

Date and TimeTitle of workshopSpeakers
Monday 31st January, 2-4pmCapture
(including hydrogen production with CCS and amine based solvent reclaiming)
Jeremy Carey, Exergetic (chair)
Chet Biliyok, Petrofac
Mayowa Akinrinlola & Adam Wharton, Humber Zero
Suzanne Ferguson, Wood Plc
Net Zero Teesside
Tuesday 1st February, 10am-12 noonEnvironmental impacts
(including Health and Safety)
John Henderson, Environment Agency (chair)
Simon Gant, Health & Safety Executive
Jenny Sutcliffe, Humber Zero
David Graham, Uniper Technologies Ltd
Wednesday 2nd February, 10am-12 noonStorage
(including aquifers)
Jeroen Snippe, Shell
Andrew Hood, Chrysaor
Tony Espie, OGCI
Thursday 3rd February, 10am-12 noonPolicy
(including public engagement)
Nick Bevan, BEIS
Georgina Katzaros, CCSA
Mark Lewis, Teesside Cluster
Thursday 3rd February, 2-4pmTransportation
(including networks and improving flexibility of networks/storage and capture plant operations and monitoring)
James Watt, WSP (chair)
Andrew Wood, Chrysaor
Elian Pusceddu, Element Energy
Michelle Roaf, Air Products
Sam Bartlett, NPL

Presentations and recordings will be made available following the workshops (where we have the permission to share them).

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The information you enter on this form will only be used for the purposes of organising this event. Members of the UKCCSRC team may contact you with information about the event, using the details you have provided, in the run up to, and for a short time after, the event. We will delete your personal data from the registration form following the event series.


These presentations may be recorded for use on the UKCCSRC website and other channels – however, any discussions, Q&A and networking will not be included in videos posted on our website or YouTube channel. By registering for this event you consent to the recording taking place. If you do not wish to appear in recordings, then you must ensure your microphone and webcam are disabled and that you will not use the chat messaging while the session is being recorded. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and engage after the recording is finished.


31 January 2022
3 February 2022
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