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UKCCSRC web events

3 November 2021 @ 15:00 - 31 July 2023 @ 17:00

Our current web series has been running regularly since November 2021.  Mostly the format is an hour or so of presentations (recorded), followed by a short comfort break, then a workshop/discussion around the topic (unrecorded). Recordings and presentations from these events are available on our Web Event resource page here.

See the agenda below and use the form to register for the series of events:

Date and timeSession titleSpeakers
Thursday 6th July 2023


Regulating UK CCS deployment – experience to date and research needsJohn Barraclough & Gwenda McIntyre (Environment Agency), Jeremy Walters & David Poole (Natural Resources Wales) and Simon Gant & Martin Wayland (Health and Safety Executive)

Chaired by Prof Jon Gibbins (UKCCSRC & University of Sheffield)

Thursday 4th May 2023


Squaring the circular economy with CCSDan Su (University of Edinburgh), Iain Struthers (University of Edinburgh), Hasan Muslemani (University of Sheffield and the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies) and Dr Camilla Thomson (University of Edinburgh)

Chaired by Prof Mathieu Lucquiaud (University of Sheffield)

Wednesday 8th March 2023

1-3pm GMT

Showcase of current CCS researchGuy Finkill (Tyndall Centre, University of Manchester) – Governing Residual Emissions in the Decarbonisation of the UK’s Industrial Clusters

Nadine Moustafa (Imperial College London) – Influence of chemical kinetics and interfacial resistance on CO2 absorption rates into aqueous amine solvents

Nikolaos Reppas (Newcastle University) – Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical analysis of rock formations subject to low temperature CO2 sequestration

Luis Rodrigues (University of Glasgow) – Biorefineries as a way of helping maintain the safe 2 ºC global temperature increase: the BECCS context

Siqi Wang (Cranfield University) – Bimetallic nickel-based catalysts for sorption-enhanced steam methane reforming

Chaired by Chris Holdsworth (University of Edinburgh)

Thursday 2nd February 2023

1-3pm GMT

The flexibility requirements of CCS and how to meet themDan Perry, Jude Ejeh and Lydia Rycroft

Chaired by Ben Wetenhall

Thursday 8th December 2022

2-4pm GMT

IDRIC social sciences projects, co-hosted with IDRICBenjamin Sovacool, Marc Hudson, Huei-Ling Lai (Lynn) and Patrick Devine-Wright

Chaired by Dr Clair Gough

Thursday 6th October 2022

2-4pm BST

Track 1 CCS Project Showcase


Asbjørn Haugsgjerd (Hydrogen to Humber (H2H) Saltend), David Walker (HyNet Hydrogen Production Project (HPP)), and Iain Walpole (Hanson Padeswood Cement Works CCS project)

Chaired by Prof Jon Gibbins

Tuesday 28th June 2022

1-3pm BST

The role of CCS in Transforming Foundation Industries co-hosted with TFI Network+


Dr Bruce Adderley, Prof Paul Fennell, Dr Douglas Barnes, James Watt and Dr Mathew Wilkes

Chaired by Dr Kyra Sedransk Campbell

Thursday 9th June 2022

2-4pm BST

CCS skills and jobs for a just transitionDr Pauline Anderson, Olivia Powis, Felicity Morris and Dr Leslie Mabon

Chaired by Dr Jen Roberts

Thursday 31st March 2022

1-2:230pm BST

The intersection of energy security and climate policySamantha Gross; Dr Chi Kong Chyong and Dr Emily Cox
Chaired by Dr David Reiner
Wednesday 2nd March 2022

2-4pm GMT

Results from CO2 injection into underground laboratoriesDr Stuart Gilfillan, Dr Max Watson, Prof Auli Niemi, and Dr Jac Bensabat

Chaired by Prof Stuart Haszeldine

Tuesday 8th February 2022

1-3pm GMT

CCUS in China and USAProf Xi Liang and Dr Rudra Kapila

Chaired by Prof Jon Gibbins

Wednesday 1st December 2021

2-4pm GMT

UK Track 1 Cluster CO2 transport and storage plansDr Bryony Livesey, Ben Kek and Martin Currie

Chaired by Dr Clair Gough

Tuesday 16th November 2021

1-3pm GMT

Poster Presentations:

Poster presentations from 22 members of the UKCCSRC community

Click here for further details
Thursday 4th November 2021

1-3pm GMT

Hydrogen Production with Carbon Capture and Storage, with IMechEChristian Bauer, Sean McCoy, Stephen Florence and Jane Durling

Chaired by Prof Jon Gibbins

Wednesday 3rd November 2021

3-5pm GMT

Compensating for Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Importance of PermanenceProf Niall Mac Dowell, Prof Stuart Haszeldine and Prof Jon Gibbins

Chaired by Dr Jen Roberts

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These presentations will be recorded for use on the UKCCSRC website and other channels, where we have permission to share – however, the recording will stop before any discussion sessions commence. 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.


3 November 2021 @ 15:00
31 July 2023 @ 17:00
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