CCSA welcomes a number of new members


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CCSA welcomes a number of new members

Posted on: February 18th, 2021 by ccsaEditor

The CCSA is delighted to welcome a number of new members in the past few weeks.

Companies that have joined the CCSA include Chrysaor, Worley, Carbon Engineering, Solar 21 and Phillips 66 UK.

These companies showcase some of the wide-ranging organisations developing CCUS activities; including Direct Air Capture, Energy from Waste, offshore exploration, engineering and project development.

Luke Warren, Chief Executive of the CCSA said:

The Association is experiencing unprecedented growth in membership at the moment – a reflection of the positive momentum and commitment from the UK Government to develop a successful CCUS industry in the UK. We are excited to work with these companies to demonstrate how Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage can be applied to a number of different sectors, thereby helping to achieve the UK’s transition to net zero”.

CCSA welcomes new staff member Olivia Powis, Head of UK Office

Posted on: February 1st, 2021 by ccsaEditor

CCSA is delighted to announce its newest member of staff, Olivia Powis.

Olivia joins the CCSA from the National Infrastructure Commission, where she worked as Senior Policy Advisor for just under two years.

Prior to that, Olivia was a Senior Manager at Ofgem, where she worked on infrastructure, regulation and energy policy.

She will hold the position of Head of UK Office at the CCSA.

Luke Warren, Chief Executive of the CCSA, said “Olivia’s knowledge and expertise will be a tremendous asset to the CCSA team and we look forward to working with her, at what is undoubtedly an exciting time for CCUS”.

Olivia Powis, Head of UK Office, said “I am thrilled to be joining the CCSA team at such an important and exciting time for the sector. My background in energy and regulation will help ensure the CCSA leads and represents the industry to support the net zero transition.”