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UKCCSRC Programme Conference

 

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 the Mission Innovation report "Accelerating Breakthrough Innovation in CCUS" and, not least, the formation of the Ministerial Council for CCUS and the Cost Challenge Taskforce. 

In light of the Cost Challenge Task Force (CCTF) Report, released on 19 July 2018, we are making a change to our usual autumn conference and instead we will review the CCTF report to assess where UKCCSRC members and associates can contribute to delivering its aspirations. We will have experts from the CCTF leading discussions, and the focus of the meeting will be the role of CCUS research and development following on from the report.

 

*Reducing UK Emissions: 2018 Progress Report To Parliament and An Indepdent Assessment Of The UK's Clean Growth Strategy

 

Slides and session blogs will be added to the agenda below, if/when available

 

Agenda, 11 September

11:00 - 11:30

The CCUS Opportunity, Debbie Stockwell, Sandbag

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Value and benefits of CCUS, Niall Mac Dowell, Imperial College London

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11:30- 12:15

Implementation - CCUS Clusters

- Cluster principles

- Cluster examples

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12:15 - 13:00

Developing a Pipeline of Financeable UK Projects, David Reiner, University of Cambridge

- Allocation of risks

- Driving down the cost of CCUS

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13:00 - 14:00

Lunch and Poster Display

14:00 - 16:00

During this session delgates split into theme groups to discuss the priority research directions for CCUS in relation to that theme. The themes are as follows:

Storage and Gas Power

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Social

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Utilisation

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Hydrogen

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Steel Industry

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BECCS

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Storage & Shipping Combinations

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16:00 - 16:30

Next Steps for CCUS: Luke Warrren, CCSA

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16:30 - 17:30 Networking drinks reception and poster display

 

Poster Display

 

Below are PDFs of some of the posters displayed at the conference:

Eduardo Garcia: Ilmenite as alternative bed material in combustion of coal and biomass blends in fluidized beds (Winner of the ECR poster competition)

Khalil Alhanashi: Removal of CO2 from High Pressure Raw Natural Gas

Patrick Brandl: Techno-economic screening of CO2 capture solvents

Phebe Linette Bonilla Prado: Molecular simulation of CO2 capture on Hydrotalcite as solid sorbent

Renato Manuel Pereira Cabral: A synergistic approach to decarbonise the industrial sector with BECCS

Sergio Ramirez Solis: CaO-based CO2 sorbents with enhanced thermal stability for applications to Sorption-Enhanced Steam Reforming Process

Pooya Hoseinpoori: Values and limitations of H2 in decarbonisation of heat in the UK (Winner of the ECR poster competition)

Praveen Bains: The role of CCS in the UK's power sector decarbonisation using high temporal and spatial resolution modelling

Mai Bui: Flexible operation of CO2 capture plants at different scales (Winner of the ECR poster competition)

Adeola Awoyomi: Ship-based CCS

Fatih Gulec: The utilisation of CO2 capture technologies in the fluid catalytic cracking unit

Hisham Al Baroudi: CO2 Shipping and emission control

 

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Early Career Researcher Awayday, 12 September 2018, Sheffield

 

On the following day to the Programme Conference we are holding an ECR Awayday. Our ECR Awaydays are a chance for the next generation of CCS researchers to develop skills and networks beneficial for career progression. Please register for this event using the form below. 

Agenda, 12 September

The following agenda is open to UKCCSRC ECR members only

9:00 - 9:30 Registration
9:30 - 10:00

Welcome

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10:00 - 11:15

Public Engagement Workshop

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11:15 - 11:30 Break
11:30 - 12:30

Communication skills from the experts

Twitter: Just how useful is it? Jen Roberts, University of Strathclyde

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Don't be a Twitter Egg, Partick Brandle, Imperial College London

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12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 14:15

Communications skills from the experts

Using your university marketing team

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Communicating with Industry, Richard Smith, Howden

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14:15 - 15:00 Peer reviewing posters
15:00 - 15:30 Closing session

 

 

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Photography 

Photographs and/or filming will take place throughout the events advertised above. The images will be used for publicity or other purposes to help achieve the UKCCSRC’s aims. This might include (but is not limited to), use in their printed and online publicity, social media, press releases and funding applications. If you do not wish to be photographed or filmed, please speak to a member of UKCCSRC staff at the event.

Event date: 
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Venue address: 
38 Mappin Street
The University of Sheffield
Sheffield
S1 4DT
United Kingdom
Organiser: 
UKCCSRC
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