Good practice guidance for carbon capture projects

External event


16:00 UK Time

1 Tower Place East, London, EC3R 5BU


The launch of the Energy Institute's good practice guidance for carbon capture.

Wednesday 17 April 2024
4pm, followed by a cocktail reception

As global efforts to decarbonize and accelerate energy transition continue, demand for carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects is growing.

According to a recent McKinsey & Company report, the capacity of all CCS facilities currently under development is over 420 million tons, and there are more than 500 projects in various planning phases. 

Providing technical guidance and risk management advice to CCS project teams is critical to aid investment and to ensure that these projects meet regulatory and safety requirements.

Prakash Patel, a specialist member of Marsh’s risk engineering team, leads an Energy Institute CCS working group established to develop good practice guidance for operators and developers. In April, this group will launch two new recommended practice guidance documents to address CCS hazards and outline good plant design.

Marsh will be hosting the launch of these important references at their Tower Power office. We invite you to join us to learn more and connect with other EI members, as well as Marsh’s risk advisors and engineers.

Please rsvp to to confirm your attendance.