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WEET Forum webinar: Next steps for capture, usage and storage in the UK – market development, regulation, and the low-carbon economic recovery policy agenda
16 March 2021
Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum is holding an online policy conference on 16 March 2021 on ‘Next steps for capture, usage and storage in the UK – market development, regulation, and the low-carbon economic recovery policy agenda’.
- A senior speaker confirmed from BEIS
- A senior speaker confirmed from the Carbon Capture & Storage Association
- Dr Vinay Mulgundmath, Head of Research, The Oil and Gas Technology Centre
- Ross Fairley, Burges Salmon; Paul Fennell, Imperial College London; Phil McNally, Energy UK: Tom Palmer, Cornwall Insight; David Parkin, Progressive Energy; and Karl Smyth, Drax Group
- Chaired by: Alex Cunningham MP, Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Carbon Capture and Storage
The discussion will cover:
- the future for policy and regulation
- creating market conditions for investment and growth
- innovation in technology and business models
- opportunities across the sector, and for its partners and suppliers
- the sector’s role in supporting green economic recovery – jobs growth in regions across the UK and helping meet climate targets
For more information about the agenda, speakers, attendees and how to register visit the website
About the WEET Forum:
The Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum is strictly impartial and cross-party, and draws on the considerable support it receives from within Parliament and Government, and amongst the wider stakeholder community. The Forum has no policy agenda of its own. Forum events are frequently the platform for major policy statements from senior Ministers, regulators and other officials, opposition spokespersons and senior opinion-formers in industry and interest groups. Events regularly receive prominent coverage in the national and trade media.