The scale of the supply chain opportunity for CCUS in the UK is tremendous in terms of the manufactured goods and services that will be needed to deliver this new industry. There is huge opportunity to provide significant economic benefits to the UK economy and to achieve this, the supply chain needs to receive targeted investment and focus, as well as ensuring a sufficient supply of skilled workers to deliver on CCUS projects.
Please see a list of previous and upcoming supply chain events taking place across the UK, where companies can hear about the latest potential supply chain opportunities.
Attendees will hear from each of the partners delivering the project’s infrastructure including Cadent, Viridor, Vertex Hydrogen, Hanson Cement, Eni, CF Fertilisers, Progressive Energy and INOVYN.
HyNet has also launched a supply chain portal to allow interested organisations to register their details with this ground-breaking project. Access here
Contact: Amy Bodey, Head of Communications for HyNet at Progressive Energy email@example.com / 07754 852979
This webinar will provide an introduction to the Net Zero Teesside (NZT) Power project, allowing attendees to learn more about the project’s contracting strategy and opportunities for the supply chain. Please click here to access a recording of the webinar.
Drax are inviting new and prospective suppliers to attend one of two roadshow events across the Humber and Teesside to learn more about how to get involved with BECCS at Drax. The roadshow events will be co-hosted by Drax and FEED partners, Worley. Suppliers hoping to work on the project will have the opportunity to discuss detailed plans for construction of BECCS at Drax with Drax and Worley engineers and submit a formal expression of interest for the project via the supplier registration portal, Requis.
Contact: Kristie Leng Events & Projects Manager, NOF firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0)191 3751639
One of the lasting impacts of the COVID19 pandemic has been the rapid acceleration of the Energy Transition. This event, is intended to mark the beginning of a new focus area for our members, along with a new dialogue regarding decommissioning and late life asset management, with renewed interest in repurposing and re-use.
The Humber Industrial Cluster plan, which is led by the HEY Lep and CATCH, alongside 8 industrial partners will showcase what is happening in the region, the opportunities available and provide visitors with access to key people from prominent companies across the decarbonisation space. The morning session is dedicated to showcasing the careers opportunities to young people and the afternoon to SMEs and Supply Chain companies who have an interest in decarbonisation.
This event, hosted by Eni, HyNet and supported by the Department for International Trade and the North Sea Transition Authority, will showcase the scale of the project and provide further details of the work packages needed to establish the low-carbon cluster, with a focus on carbon capture and storage infrastructure.
The supplier event will also provide a chance for organisations to take part in more detailed discussions on the required services and products in the form of workshops.
Come along to hear from Humber Zero partners, VPI Immingham and Phillips 66 as well as the selected Humber Zero Engineering Services FEED Contract winner Worley as they give a project overview and inform suppliers of potential opportunities. This is a fantastic chance to gain insight into working with the Humber Zero partners, while finding out more about the requirements needed from the supply chain to support this exciting project both now and into the future.
Attend this event to hear about supply chain opportunities in Offshore Wind, Oil & Gas, CCS and Hydrogen. Find out about the latest energy industry projects, developments and plans, as well as having the opportunity to network with the energy supply chain.
Contact: Lewis Abbott, Events Administrator, email@example.com, +44 (0) 1913751639
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To register your interest please contact:
Lewis Abbott, Event Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org
An introductory webinar, the initial event will give new and prospective suppliers the opportunity to learn more about the BECCS project, as well as how they can be involved in delivering this vital negative emissions technology.
Tees Valley Combined Authority’s Net Zero Showcase will explain what is happening in the Tees Valley to decarbonize many of the major manufacturing activities and the progress made in developing a roadmap toward effectively eliminating these emissions by 2040.
The morning will introduce the work already in progress, with explanations of what is happening
In the afternoon, a supply chain showcase will give attendees the opportunity to talk to the individual companies developing projects. There will also be two focused activities to choose from;
Contact TVCA or ask CCSA for registration details