The All Party Parliamentary Group on Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (APPG CCUS) are holding their next virtual meeting on Monday 22nd of November 16:00-17:45. The meeting will be an opportunity to understand the crucial role that CCUS clusters will play in achieving net zero across the UK; in Scotland, Teesside, Humber, South Wales and the North West.
The CCUS APPG is delighted to welcome all the UK’s proposed CCUS clusters and hear from them in more detail on how they can reduce carbon emissions and contribute to decarbonisation and regional growth across the UK. On the 19th of October, the Government announced the first clusters that will be taken forward in Track-1 of the cluster sequencing process. It is now critical that Government urgently provides clarity on the timeline for Track-2 and the wider deployment of all CCUS clusters in the UK, as well as pushing forward with the development of CCUS business models, including ones for CO2 shipping, all in order to accelerate investment decisions in the long-term rollout of CCUS. The CCUS APPG meeting will be a great opportunity for MPs and the wider public to hear from and engage with the proposed UK CCUS clusters.
1600 – Introduction – Alex Cunningham MP
1610 – V Net Zero Humber Cluster – Phil Kirk
1625 – East Coast Cluster – Andy Lane
1640 – South Wales Industrial Cluster – Chris Williams
1655 – Scottish Cluster – Nick Cooper
1710 – DelpHYnus – Pierre Girard
1725 – HyNet North West – David Parkin
1740 – Summary and any further questions – Alex Cunningham MP
The meeting will be held via zoom – please register here.