CO2 storage: putting the 'S' in CCS
Posted by Energy Institute on Monday, March 25, 2013 in Events
Start Date Thursday, April 18, 2013
End Date Thursday, April 18, 2013
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This one-day conference will discuss the importance of CO2 storage as a critical step in establishing the commercialisation of carbon capture and storage in the UK. Focussing on themes that are emerging from the CCS Cost Reduction Taskforce, speakers will examine the conditions needed for the storage of CO2 that will be vital for the future deployment of CCS projects.
Topics to be covered include: CO2 storage strategy; Appraisal and certification: the path to certification; Understanding long term behaviour: building confidence; Multi-site planning: interaction and basin management; Assuring site suitability: a case study; From single site to cluster: a phased approach; The framework for storage: free market or planned economy?; Risk and liability - who pays?; Financing storage: think beyond the banks; The way ahead.
Jonathan Holyoak, Head of Policy, Office of Carbon Capture and Storage
Professor Stuart Haszeldine, Edinburgh University
Ian Phillips CEng FEI, Director - CO2 Infrastructure, CO2DeepStore
Michelle Bentham, Senior Geologist, British Geological Survey
Dr Owain Tucker, Global Deployment Lead CCS & Contaminated Gas, Shell
Jason Golder, Senior Development Manager, The Crown Estate
George Day, Strategy Manager for Economics, The Energy Technologies Institute
Dr John Scott, Chief Risk Officer, Zurich Global Corporate, Zurich Financial Services
Allan Baker, MD – Global Head of Power, Societe Generale
Dr Ward Goldthorpe, Programme Manager - CCS, The Crown Estate
Judith Shapiro, Policy & Communications Manager, CCSA
This event is supported by the British Geological Survey, Carbon Capture and Storage Association, and The Crown Estate.
EI Individual member: £150.00 (£180.00 inc. VAT)
Non member: £340.00 (£408.00 inc. VAT)