UKCCSRC Web Events 2021-23 – resources

Our 2021-23 web series returned in November 2021 with a special double bill to celebrate COP26 and finished in July 2023.  Our 2023-24 series continues as a monthly programme of online events featuring workshops and lectures from key figures in CCS – details can be found on the Web Events 2023-24 page.

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Agenda

Date & timeSessionSpeaker
Thursday 6th July 2023
1-3pm
Regulating UK CCS deployment – experience to date and research needs

 

John Barraclough & Gwenda McIntyre (Environment Agency), Jeremy Walters & David Poole (Natural Resources Wales) and Simon Gant & Martin Wayland (Health and Safety Executive)

Chaired by Jon Gibbins (UKCCSRC & University of Sheffield)

Thursday 4th May 2023
1-3pm
Squaring the circular economy with CCS

 

Dan Su (University of Edinburgh), Iain Struthers (University of Edinburgh), Hasan Muslemani (University of Sheffield and the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies) and Camilla Thomson (University of Edinburgh)

Chaired by Mathieu Lucquiaud (University of Sheffield)

Wednesday 8th March 2023
1-3pm
Showcase of current CCS research

 

Guy 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 2ºC 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
The flexibility requirements of CCS and how to meet them

 

Dan Perry (GHD), Jude Ejeh (University of Sheffield) and Lydia Rycroft (TNO)

Chaired by Dr Ben Wetenhall

Thursday 8th December 2022
2-4pm
IDRIC social sciences projects, co-hosted with IDRIC

 

Benjamin Sovacool, Marc Hudson, Huei-Ling Lai (Lynn) and Patrick Devine-Wright

Chaired by Dr Clair Gough

POSTPONED – Wednesday 2nd November 2022The challenges of implementing blue hydrogen

 

Speakers tbc

Chaired by Prof Richard Marsh

Thursday 6th October 2022
2-4pm
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
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
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
1-2:30pm
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
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
CCUS in China and USA

 

Prof Xi Liang (UCL and Deputy Director for China’s CCUS Committee) and Dr Rudra Kapila (Third Way)

Chaired by Prof Jon Gibbins, UKCCSRC Director

Wednesday 1st December 2021
2-4pm
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
Poster Presentations:

Poster presentations from 22 members of the UKCCSRC community

Updated agenda: Click here for further details

>>Poster gallery below

Thursday 4th November 2021
1-3pm
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
Compensating for Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Importance of PermanenceProf Niall Mac Dowell, Prof Stuart Haszeldine and Prof Jon Gibbins

Chaired by Dr Jen Roberts

Recordings

Video recordings (via live webinars) of our regular online events can be found below (where we have permission to share them). Click on the play button to watch the video. Don’t forget, you can also subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Presentation slides

Presentations from our regular web events can be found below (where we have permission to share them). Click on the tile to see each presentation’s slides.

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November 3rd 2021 - Stuart Haszeldine, University of Edinburgh

Permanence in CO2 storage - What is a long time, and why does it matter when compensating for GHG emissions?

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November 4th 2021 - Christian Bauer, Paul Scherrer Institute

Greenhouse gas footprint of hydrogen production

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November 4th 2021 - Sean McCoy, University of Calgary

The Evolving Hydrogen Landscape in Canada & Alberta

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November 4th 2021 - Stephen Florence, AECOM

Hydrogen from Biomass

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November 4th 2021 - Jane Durling, Environment Agency

Best Available Techniques for ‘Blue’ Hydrogen Production with Carbon Capture and Storage

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December 1st 2021 - Ben Kek, Net Zero Teesside

East Coast Cluster

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December 1st 2021 - Bryony Livesey, UKRI

Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge

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December 1st 2021 - Martin Currie, Eni UK

HyNet NW - Cluster CO2 Transport and Storage

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February 8th - Xi Liang, UK-China (Guangdong) CCUS Centre

Recent Progress of CCUS in China

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February 8th 2022 - Rudra Kapila, Third Way

US CCUS Policy: An Update from Washington DC

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March 2nd 2022 - Max Watson, C02CRC

Otway Stage 3 - Initial results

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March 2nd 2022 - Stuart Gilfillan, University of Edinburgh

Determining the geochemical baseline for CO2 monitoring at Carbon Management Canada's Field Research Station

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March 2nd 2022 - , Jacob Bensabat, EWRE

Characterisation, monitoring and field experiments of an injection site - the Heletz case, Israel

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March 2nd 2022 - Auli Niemi, Uppsala University

Heletz residual trapping experiments - results and implications

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March 31st 2022 - Dr Emily Cox, University of Oxford/Cardiff

Energy security in ``interesting times``

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March 31st 2022 - Dr Chi Kong Chyong, University of Cambridge

Energy security and net zero

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June 9th 2022 - Pauline Anderson, University of Strathclyde

CCS skills, jobs and the just transition

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June 9th 2022 - Olivia Powis, CCSA

Skills and supply chain for CCS scale up

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June 9th 2022 - Felicity Morris, BP

Embedding just transition principles and supporting skills development

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June 9th 2022 - Leslie Mabon, The Open University

Local contextual factors: community considerations for a just transition

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June 28th 2022 - Kyra Sedransk Campbell, UKCCSRC

Overview of UKCCSRC and TFI Network+

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June 28th 2022 - Bruce Adderley, UKRI

Transforming Foundation Industries Interventions

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June 28th 2022 - Paul Fennell, Imperial College London

Overall decarbonisation

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June 28th 2022 - James Watt, WSP

The ``stranded asset`` problem

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June 28th 2022 - Mathew D Wilkes, University of Sheffield

Decarbonising energy for industrial use

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June 28th 2022 - Douglas Barnes, C-Capture

The role of SMEs & start-ups in industrial decarbonisation

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February 2nd 2023 - Dan Perry, GHD

The flexibility requirements of CCS

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February 2nd 2023 - Jude Ejeh, University of Sheffield

Flexibility requirements for CCS - transportation

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March 8th 2023 - Nikolaos Reppas, Newcastle University

Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical analysis of rock formations subject to low temperature CO2 sequestration

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March 8th 2023 - Guy Finkill, University of Manchester

Governing Residual Emissions in the Decarbonisation of the UK's Industrial Clusters

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March 8th 2023 - Siqi Wang, Cranfield University

Bimetallic nickel-based catalysts for sorption-enhanced steam methane reforming

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March 8th 2023 - Luis Rodrigues, University of Glasgow

Biorefineries as a way of helping maintain the safe 2ºC global temperature increase: the BECCS context

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May 4th 2023 - Mathieu Lucquiaud (University of Sheffield)

Introduction to ``Squaring the circular economy with CCS``

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May 4th 2023 - Dan Su (University of Edinburgh)

Comparative assessment of Waste to Energy CO2 capture technologies

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May 4th 2023 - Iain Struthers (University of Edinburgh)

Life Cycle Assessment of four Waste-to-Energy plant configurations including CCS

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May 4th 2023 - Hasan Muslemani (University of Sheffield and OIES)

Market Assessment of the Potential for Negative Emissions from the WtE Sector with CO2 Capture

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May 4th 2023 - Camilla Thomson (University of Edinburgh)

Moving forward: policy and carbon accounting

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July 6th 2023 - John Barraclough & Gwenda McIntyre (Environment Agency)

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July 6th 2023 - Jeremy Walters & David Poole (Natural Resources Wales)

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July 6th 2023 - Simon Gant & Martin Wayland (Health and Safety Executive)

Posters

Posters from our poster session on 16th November 2021 can be found below (where we have permission to share them). Click on the tile to see an enlarged version of each poster.