On the 18-19 October the Carbon Capture & Storage Association (CCSA) held its annual two-day conference ‘CCUS 2022: Time to Deliver’. This year’s conference saw leaders of the Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) industry – technology developers, end-users, governments and regulators, research, legal and financial sectors – address over 400 delegates about latest developments in this rapidly evolving sector.
The conference was sponsored by 13 companies from across the CCUS value chain, including platinum sponsors SSE Thermal, GE and Equinor as well as Carbon Clean sponsoring the conference drinks reception. Speakers at the conference included environmental experts such as founder and Chair of the Centre for Climate Recovery at Cambridge and Climate Crisis Action Group, Sir David King; Chair of the Energy Transitions Commission, Lord Adair Turner and Chair of the Government’s Energy Digitalisation Taskforce and member of the CCUS Council, Laura Sandys. Industrial leaders such as Valborg Lundegaard, CEO of Aker Carbon Capture and Paul Marsden, President of Bechtel Energy also addressed delegates – laying out their plans for implementation of CCUS, including investment in the UK.
The conference also heard from Graham Stuart, Minister of State for Climate, who spoke about the important role CCUS has to play in delivering the government’s Net Zero strategy, saying “Deploying CCUS technology is not only an intelligent way of reaching Net Zero, it is vital.”
The pre-recorded keynote speech from Sir David King can be found here.
Presentations from the conference can be found below.
Photographs from the event can be accessed here, using the code Ccus2022.
Recordings of the plenary sessions can be found here.
Capturing the Conversation on CCUS interview series can be found here.
Highlights video can be found here.