CCS: It's time to join up the dots - linking CO2 projects
- 24 May 2012
- 09.00 - 17.00
- Energy Institute
61 New Cavendish Street
- receive updated information on the development potential for carbon capture and storage using a ‘hubs’ and ‘clusters’ approach.
- learn about new decarbonisation technologies from power stations, heavy industry, chemical plants and wider industry users.
- understand how CO2 emitted by all sectors can be safely disposed of via an interconnected network which is of vital importance to everyone who needs to reduce their carbon output.
Who should attend?
Management personnel from power generation, manufacturing and chemical industries as well as contractors and consultants seeking to develop an understanding of potential client needs in this area.
Chaired by Lord Oxburgh
Confirmed speakers and topics:
Dr Stephen Brown, CO2Sense
The case for CCS clusters
Calum Hughes, Yellow Wood Energy
A legal perspective in transporting CO2
James Watt, AMEC
Calculating the cost of transporting CO2
Michael Tetteroo, Anthony Veder
Rotterdam CCS Network - case study
Mark Bryant, Director, Carbon Capture, Doosan Power Systems
CCS- a status review from an industrial perspective
Bruce Adderley Manager, Climate Change Breakthrough Technology, Tata Steel
Implications for the Steel industry
Michelle Bentham, Senior Geologist, British Geological Survey/Nottingham Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage
UK storage capacity: issues to be considered in effective resource management
Jeremy Carey, SSE
Implications for power generators
Gareth Everitt CEng, Principal Process Engineer, Costain Energy & Process
Improving carbon capture technology
Hamish Holt, Principal Consultant, DNV KEMA
Dr Anthony White MBE FEI, BW Energy
Finance and liability
|EI Individual member|
|£ 260.00 (£ 312.00 inc. VAT)|
|Non member||£ 360.00 (£ 432.00 inc. VAT)|
- For more information, contact
- Vickie Naidu
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