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STRATEGY CCUS Webinar 1: Methodology for CCUS planning
Capture, Transport, Storage, Other
23 January 2020

Dear CCS colleague,

 

STRATEGY CCUS Webinar 1: Methodology for CCUS planning

You are invited to join our first project webinar, which will present key points from two recent reports (Work Package 2) on mapping the technical potential of promising regions for industrial carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) clusters.

The aim of STRATEGY CCUS is to enable the short- to mid- term development of CCUS through strategic planning of industrial CCUS clusters in Southern and Eastern Europe, within the overarching context of emissions reduction for climate change mitigation.

Our first presentation introduces the report, Industrial CCUS Clusters and CO2 transport systems: methodologies for characterisation and definition. The second presentation, Bridging the gap: storage resource assessment methodologies, will help regions to identify mature CO2 storage resources from a theoretical base to a practical, matched reserve. The webinar will include a live Q&A session. 

 

DETAILS & REGISTER HERE

 

PROGRAMME

 

12:30 Welcome and project overview – Fernanda de Mesquita Lobo Veloso, Project Coordinator, BRGM

12:35 Industrial CCUS Clusters and CO2 transport systems: methodologies for characterisation and definition – Peter Brownsort, Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage

12:55 Bridging the gap: storage resource assessment methodologies – Andrew Cavanagh, University of Edinburgh

13:05 Question & Answer with panel

13:25 Wrap-up and close – Fernanda de Mesquita Lobo Veloso

13:30 Webinar ends

 

We hope you can join us.

 

You are being sent this email as you have agreed to receive information about SCCS and its projects. If you do not want to receive information about the STRATEGY CCUS project, please email Indira.mann@sccs.org.uk

 

Best wishes,

Romain

 

Dr Romain Viguier  Business Development Executive

email: romain.viguier@sccs.org.uk  •  www.sccs.org.uk

mob: +44 (0)7814 787516 


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