What’s happening instead of our usual Network Conference?
Continuing the need for online events due to coronavirus (COVID-19), our Spring 2021 Web Series ran as an online replacement for our Spring Network Conference.
Beginning on 28th January and finishing on 25th March 2021, we hosted an ongoing programme of weekly virtual lectures (followed by a Q&A and discussion) on Thursdays at the new time of 2pm GMT. All events are free to attend and you don’t need to be a member to access them.
The Spring 2021 Series has now finished. Don’t forget to sign up for our new Summer 2021 Series, beginning on 15th April.
|Date & time (all times GMT)||Session||Speaker|
|Thursday 28th January, 2-3 pm||UK CCS – delivering a growing ambition||Prof Jon Gibbins, UKCCSRC Director|
|Thursday 4th February, 2-3 pm||Next steps for CCUS in the UK||Dr Luke Warren, CCSA|
|Thursday 11th February, 2-3 pm||An introduction to mineralisation/carbonation as a CCU technology: what are the benefits, who is doing what in 2021 and what does the future look like?||Dr Paula Carey, Carbon8|
|Tuesday 16th February, 10-11am||CCUS developments in Australia||Prof Peter Cook, University of Melbourne|
|Thursday 18th February, 2-3 pm||CCUS updates from Germany including the latest research from the Mont Terri rock laboratory in Switzerland||Dr Dorothee Rebscher, Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources, BGR|
|Thursday 25th February, 2-3 pm||UKCCSRC Research updates – Decarbonisation of power and industry in the UK and the role of CCS & Biomass Combustion Ash in Carbon Capture||Caroline Ganzer, Imperial College London & Mike Gorbounov, Brunel University|
|Thursday 4th March, 2-3 pm||An overview of the CCC 6th Carbon Budget and its recommendations for CCUS||Dr Aaron Goater, Committee on Climate Change|
|Thursday 11th March, 2-3 pm||An expert assessment of greenhouse gas removal options & The impacts of heterogeneity on CO2 capillary trapping within the Captain Sandstone – a core to field scale study||Dr Diarmaid Clery, University of East Anglia & Catrin Harris, Imperial College London|
|Thursday 18th March, 2-3 pm||Carbon Dioxide Pipelines and Transmission||James Watt, WSP|
|Thursday 25th March, 2-3 pm||CCUS Infrastructure and Clusters||James Watt, WSP|
Check below for recordings of recent lectures and presentation slides.