CCUS APPG AGM & CCUS Delivery Plan 2035 Discussion

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CCUS APPG AGM & CCUS Delivery Plan 2035 Discussion

Posted on: March 18th, 2022 by ccsaEditor

Date & time: Tuesday 29th March, 15.00 – 16.00 GMT

Location: Zoom

Slides below & Recording here.

The CCUS All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) AGM chaired by Alex Cunningham MP took place on Tuesday the 29th of March, followed by an in-depth presentation and discussion on the CCSA’s “CCUS Delivery Plan 2035”.

This meeting provided MPs and Peers, as well as CCSA Members, external stakeholders and members of the public, with an opportunity to learn more about the Delivery Plan, the methodology of the work and the key conclusions & actions.

The CCUS Delivery Plan 2035 sets out the industry view of the build-out rates for Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) in the UK that could deliver the Government’s Net Zero Strategy ambition of storing 50Mt CO2 per year by 2035.  The Plan also identifies critical actions to enable scaling up of the UK industry in line with this ambition.

Agenda:

Slides below & Recording here.

Energy from Waste Conference

Posted on: March 3rd, 2022 by ccsaEditor

More info here

The Energy from Waste conference is the premier event in the UK and Europe for senior level decision makers across the waste to energy sector.

The event brings together waste management, waste to energy and energy industries, financiers and investors, engineers and technology providers, equipment suppliers, advisors, policy makers, project developers, and more than ever before,  the fuels, chemicals, and gasses industries.

Key topics at Energy from Waste 2022 include:

Policies and developments for waste and resources, circular economy and net zero
Decarbonisation through CCS / CCUS – policies, financing, technologies and what it means for the industry
Increasing separation of feedstock and increasing use of plastics for high value outputs
Circular economy aspects through resources and materials recovery from ashes and residues
Financing and investment trends for the sector and where investor interest is heading
Development of highly efficient plants, technology advances, improvements to older plants
Project delivery through a variety of EPC and EPCM structures
Advanced technologies for the production of gasses and fuels – technical insights, investor input, trends and markets
Heat network development and the developing partnerships for successful delivery
Smaller and localised energy systems and the integration of waste to energy into regional and local decarbonisation
Growth markets in key locations

More info here

2nd Annual CCUS 2022 forum

Posted on: March 3rd, 2022 by ccsaEditor

2nd Annual CCUS 2022 forum is bringing together experts & decision-makers in Co2 emissions reduction, carbon capture, storage, utilization and CCUS technologies to discuss & exchange the latest knowledge, opinions on the CCUS. Speaker panel includes C-level experts from Drax, Storegga, BP, Fortum, SSE, Serica Energy, Nordic Electrofuel, Engie, Southern Company, Co2 Value Europe and more…

When: April 21st – 22nd  2022 (1300- 1700 CET time)

Format: Virtual Conference

Book your ticket here

CCSA members receive a discount of 75% on the ticket price.
Please book using the discount code CCSA22.


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A Supply Chain Intervention Strategy for CCUS – Launch of Report

Posted on: February 9th, 2022 by ccsaEditor

There is a substantial and rapidly growing opportunity in the UK and international markets, to develop carbon capture facilities which in turn provides a significant opportunity to the UK’s manufacturing supply chains. The UK is well placed to support the development and implementation of new capture technology. Relevant and mature capabilities already exist in several industry sectors, but to maximise the capture of this growth opportunity, the UK needs to move fast.

Drawing on existing market research this study analyses the UK manufacturing supply chain’s capability and readiness to support CCUS in the UK. The resulting report describes the demand for CCUS technologies, and a plan to accelerate the realisation of opportunities contributing to increase UK manufactured content, provide jobs and create potential for exports.

 

Agenda

Chair: Dame Judith Hackitt DBE FREng FIChemE, Chair of the CCUS Council Supply Chain Group

Report Findings; Andy Storer, CEO of the Nuclear AMRC

Panel Discussion

James Smith – Chair CCUS Council

Ruth Herbert – CEO CCSA

Stuart Broadley – CEO, Energy Industries Council

Richard Warren– Policy Director, UK Steel

CCUS Directorate BEIS (speaker tbc)

Q&A

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Public Webinar: Decarbonising the Immingham Superplace and making the Humber a Net Zero trading hub

Posted on: February 9th, 2022 by ccsaEditor

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Decarbonising the Immingham Superplace and making the Humber a Net Zero trading hub.

Please join our expert panellists for a discussion on:

The live discussion will be followed by a Q&A with the panel.

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UKCCSRC: Industry and policy led ‘what are our research needs’ workshops (virtual)

Posted on: January 26th, 2022 by ccsaEditor

Register here.

The UKCCSRC is pleased to be hosting another series of industry and policy led ‘what are our research needs workshops’. The virtual workshops are intended to inform UK researchers and identify the key research needs, which will be published and linked to the scope of the next UKCCSRC flexible funding call in early 2022. The workshops will include a series of presentations from industry, policy makers and regulators. Following the presentations, there will be an exercise to identify the key research areas with input from other industry, policy makers and regulators on the call. The final part of the workshop will be opened up for UK academic questions, mainly around clarification of the research needs that have been identified.

See the agenda below and use the form to register for these workshops.

Date and Time Title of workshop Speakers
Monday 31st January, 2-4pm Capture
(including hydrogen production with CCS and amine based solvent reclaiming)
Chet Biliyok, Petrofac
Humber Zero
Suzanne Ferguson, Wood Plc
Tuesday 1st February, 10am-12 noon Environmental impacts
(including Health and Safety)
John Henderson, Environment Agency
Simon Gant, Health & Safety Executive
Humber Zero
Wednesday 2nd February, 10am-12 noon Storage
(including aquifers)
Owain Tucker, Shell
Andrew Hood, Chrysaor
Tony Espie, OGCI
Thursday 3rd February, 10am-12 noon Policy
(including public engagement)
BEIS
Georgina Katzaros, CCSA
Mark Lewis, Teesside Cluster
Thursday 3rd February, 2-4pm Transportation
(including networks and improving flexibility of networks/storage and capture plant operations and monitoring)
James Watt, WSP
Andrew Wood, Chrysaor
Elian Pusceddu, Element Energy
Michelle Roaf, Air Products
Sam Bartlett, NPL

Presentations and recordings will be made available following the workshops (where we have the permission to share them).

Register here.

Webinar: Using Bioenergy CCS (BECCS) to Deliver Negative Emissions

Posted on: January 21st, 2022 by ccsaEditor

Register for the webinar here.

Natural gas is the largest fuel type in UK energy generation. A significant majority of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plants in the UK are currently fuelled by natural gas (72% of fuel input, representing 8.5% of all UK gas demand). Modelling undertaken by BEIS of the impact of new natural gas CHP plants on the UK electricity market concluded that from 2032, unabated natural gas CHP would begin to displace an increasing proportion of low carbon generation, effectively raising carbon emissions and jeopardising the achievement of carbon budget targets.

The decarbonisation of CHP sites is therefore becoming increasingly urgent.

Fuel switching to biomass energy combined with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) is an attractive option for CHP plants, and offers an opportunity for sites to access the negative emission market. The use of negative emission technologies (NETs) such as BECCS is considered essential if the UK is to meet its net zero target by 2050. It provides organisations from hard-to-decarbonise sectors, such as heavy industry and those that rely on heavy-duty transport, an opportunity to balance their residual emissions.

There are estimated to be up to 500 industrial CHP sites across the UK that would be suitable for fuel switching to biomass and retrofitting with CCS – i.e. BECCS – leading to significant carbon savings.

Join this webinar to:

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Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum policy conference Next steps for CCUS policy and commercialisation

Posted on: January 6th, 2022 by ccsaEditor

3rd UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit: Implementation

Posted on: January 6th, 2022 by ccsaEditor

With COVID-19 having a global impact on the whole economy and the way many businesses operate, climate change has never become more paramount. Every industry now understands that they need to reduce their carbon footprint. We have seen the super Oil & Gas majors now transition into Energy companies as they have seen the need to diversify their portfolio to meet the worlds energy demands. We have seen Steel & Cement manufacturers commit to be net zero by 2050. The energy intensive sector is now on their decarbonisation journey.

The 3rd UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will showcase how carbon capture storage (CCS), carbon capture utilisation storage (CCUS) and hydrogen can decarbonise the energy intensive sectors and transport.

The 3rd UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will focus on the implementation of CCS, CCUS within industrial operations and how hydrogen can decarbonise industry and transport, the summit will bring together 400+ government officials, regulators, key industry stake holders, leading academia and service companies.

Spark 2022

Posted on: January 5th, 2022 by ccsaEditor

SPARK will be the meeting place for innovators and leaders in the energy sector to shape the future of the energy transition.

The agenda covers 8 key themes on:
business models | digital innovation | flexible grids | power innovation | decarbonising transport |decarbonising buildings | energy management | hydrogen and green gas

SPARK will bring together 350 senior speakers and thousands of attendees from across Europe. If you are a utility, DSO, TSO, power developer, end user, transport operator, or solution provider –this is the show for you.

Register here

CCSA members receive a discount on the ticket price.

Please use the discount code CCSA15