Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage or CCUS technologies are gaining relevance more than ever in the road to net zero. Carbon emission reduction is one of the key topics to achieve the ambitious goals of industrial decarbonisation. Climate change mitigation is an important topic to be discussed, and CO2 emission reduction is a topic that is and will be one of the crucial themes for the energy sector. Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS)technologies can help in storing the emitted carbon, and in some cases further transform it into recycled products. Carbon capture, utilisation and storage can play an important role to address the decarbonization challenge, that we are facing.
2nd Annual CCUS 2022 provides a platform for industry experts to exchange the latest knowledge and strategies to tackle the challenges, related to the CCUS implementation. It will discuss the perspectives on current status of the CCUS development and its potential. It welcomes key market players to join the discussion and peer-to-peer networking in an exclusive group of experts to share their thoughts of current CCUS status and its development potential in the close future.
- Industry Collaboration & CCUS Hubs: Enabling Decarbonization
- Future CCUS Deployment, Emerging Technologies
- Case Study: CCUS Technology Competitiveness
- Infrastructural Deployment of CCUS
- CCUS in the UK from an Independent Oil and Gas Company Perspective
- Building a CCS Cluster
- CCU at a Crossroads: Progress and Perspectives in Incoming EU Climate Policies
- The Interest of Circular Economy of CO2 to Achieve the Carbon Neutrality in 2050
- CO2 Utilisation Case Study: Production of Sustainable Aviation Fuels
- CCS & Waste-To-Energy
Our expert panel at 2nd Annual CCUS:
BP is a British oil and gas company, it is one of the world’s seven oil and gas “supermajors”. BP announced its part in the Clean Gas Project, a world-first in CCUS technology for capturing emissions from gas-fired power generation. The company is operating in all areas of the oil & gas industry, including exploration and extraction, refining, distribution and marketing, power generation, and trading.
Fortum is a Finnish company that operates power plants, including co-generation plants, and generates and sells electricity and heat. Fortum Oslo Varme’s waste-to-energy CCS project provides a blueprint for cities across Europe on how to best deal with non-recyclable waste, while producing heat and electricity for city inhabitants and meeting ambitious greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. The project can capture 400,000 tonnes of CO2 per year.
Nordic Electrofuel offers a solution for rapid transition from fossil to renewable electrical energy for all transport sectors. It is based on conversion of renewable electric energy into liquid electro-fuels than can be as easily transported, stored and used like conventional fossil hydrocarbons.
Storegga is a business established in 2020 as an independent champion for the development of carbon reduction and carbon removal technologies. Storegga is leading the Scottish Cluster and is the lead developer of the Acorn Project in North East Scotland. The company is developing infrastructure across the entire carbon ecosystem – capture, transport and permanent deep geological storage.
Serica Energy is a British-based independent upstream oil and gas company with production operations centred on the UK North Sea. The company operates the Bruce, Keith and Rhum fields in the UK Northern North Sea. Serica also operates the Columbus Field as well as holding an interest in the Erskine field in the Central North Sea.
SSE Thermal comprises SSE’s flexible generation, energy-from-waste and energy storage activities across the UK and Ireland. SSE Thermal and Equinor are exploring opportunities for decarbonised power generation at Peterhead, developing plans for a new power station at the site equipped with carbon capture technology.
Drax Group PLC is a power generation business. The company’s ambition is to become a carbon negative business by 2030, through innovative greenhouse gas removal technology. In 2021, Drax Group and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Engineering, Ltd., have agreed a long-term contract for Drax to use its carbon capture technology, the Advanced KM CDR process™️
Engie is a French multinational utility company, which operates in the fields of energy transition, electricity generation and distribution, natural gas, nuclear, renewable energy and petroleum. ENGIE has taken a leadership position in the industry, as most diversified energy companies are so far targeting Net Zero by 2050, excluding part of their value chain emissions, or both.
Lafarge Holcim is a global leader in innovative and sustainable building solutions, the company is enabling greener cities, smarter infrastructure and improving living standards around the world. With sustainability at the core of its strategy Holcim is becoming a net zero company, with its people and communities at the heart of its success.
Southern Company is an American gas and electric utility holding company based in the southern United States. Southern Company is committed to reducing their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to net zero and providing the customers and communities they serve a clean energy future.
CO2 Value Europe is the new European Association dedicated to the Utilisation of CO2 officially created on 30 November 2017. Its mission is to promote the development and market deployment of sustainable industrial solutions that convert CO2 into valuable products (materials, fuels or chemicals), in order to contribute to the net reduction of global CO2 emissions and to the diversification of the feedstock base.
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