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Every country has committed to reduce their carbon emissions in line with COP23. Over the last 12 months you have seen by the super major oil and gas companies commit to reduce their carbon footprint and are now transiting into a sustainable energy company.

Agenda

“ The UK government is now investing £800 million to support CCUS clusters. As technology becomes more advanced the UK has the opportunity, expertise and the skills to export their skills and services overseas. By 2023 the UK will have 2 functional CCUS projects that will be supplying 100% Hydrogen to local manufacturers. This is now the time for innovation and collaboration to ensure the UK can become a world leader in decarbonisation. ”

Every country has committed to reduce their carbon emissions in line with COP23. Over the last 12 months you have seen by the super major oil and gas companies commit to reduce their carbon footprint and are now transiting into a sustainable energy company.

The UK government is now investing £800 million to support CCUS clusters. As technology becomes more advanced the UK has the opportunity, expertise and the skills to export their skills and services overseas. By 2023 the UK will have 2 functional CCUS projects that will be supplying 100% Hydrogen to local manufacturers. This is now the time for innovation and collaboration to ensure the UK can become a world leader in decarbonisation.

The 2nd UK CCUS Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will focus on how to determine strategies for greater decarbonisation of the energy intensive and enhance collaboration and innovation between 300+ government officials, regulators, key industry stake holders, leading academia and service companies.

Sessions One and Two

Session 1 - Policy & Country Outlook

Meeting carbon emission targets and becoming Net Zero whilst also being able to manage the energy demands of the UK economy, is a challenge policy makers, industry and innovators must work together. With the global hydrogen market tipped to rise to £1.9 trillion by 2050, establishing a hydrogen economy in the UK & Scotland is becoming a key fundamental of their government’s decarbonisation strategy. This session will review the latest policy developments within the hydrogen & CCUS markets across the UK and the impact upon decarbonisation of the economy

Schedule:

  • 9:25 Chairs opening address
  • 9:30 RT Kwasi Kwarteng Minister of State Minister for Business, Energy and Clean Growth
  • 9:50 Paul Wheelhouse Minister for Energy, Connectivity, Scottish Government
  • 10:10 Chris Stark, CEO, Committee on Climate Change
  • 10:30 Main Sponsor
  • 10:50 Q&A
  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking Break

Session 2 - Collaboration

As the industry moves forward and as more projects are developed collaboration is key across many different institutions, his governments, regulators, associations, academia and industrial clusters. This session will discuss how collaboration can catapult the UK in a world leader in decarbonisation.

Schedule:

  • 11:45 Sonia Krylova, Head of Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy, BEIS

    Dr Ron Loveland Senior Energy Advisor, Welsh Government

    Andy Hogg, Deputy Director for Energy Industries, Scottish Government
  • 12:15 12.15 Regulator Panel Discussion

    Frances Warburton, Director Energy Transition System, OFGEM

    Simon Dawes, Head of Sustainable Business, Environment Agency

    Johnathan Dredge, Head of Energy Transition, OGA

    Mark Herring, Strategy Lead, National Grid System Operator
  • 12:45 Lunch & Networking

Sessions Three and Four

Session 3 - Projects

With several active projects now covering Scotland, North West, South Wales and the North East. This session we will be looking at Case Studies from each of the leading projects across the UK, it will discuss the developments over the last 12 months and what their next steps will be to move projects forward.

Schedule:

  • 12:45 Chairs opening address
  • 13:50 Richard Lowe, Director Power & Industrial, Net Zero AECOM Teesside Case Study
  • 14:05 Case Study
  • 14:25 Steinar Eikaas, Head of Low Carbon Solutions Equinor
  • 14:40 Andrew Barron, ESRI, Director
  • 15:00 David Parkin Director Progressive Energy
  • 15:15 Martin Edwards, Commercial Director, Pale Blu Dot
  • 15:30 15.35 Cluster Collaboration Panel Discussion

    Colin Mcgill, Project Director Net Zero Teesside

    Steinar Eikaas, Head of Low Carbon Equinor

    David Parkin Director Progressive Energy

    Martin Edwards, Commercial Director, Pale Blu Dot
  • 16:00 Coffee & Networking Break

Session 4 - Putting the U in CCUS

As CCUS projects are now developing across the UK this session will explore how to put the U in CCUS. Utilization is a key economic fundamental moving forward for projects as this can make the business case to ensure the project is commercially viable. We will discuss the opportunity how we can achieve negative emissions via BECC’s which will ensure the UK to hits its Net Zero targets.

Schedule:

  • 16:15 Case Study
  • 16:35 Peter Styring Professor of Chemical Engineering & Chemistry, University of Sheffield
  • 16:55 Case Study
  • 17:15 Jason Shipstone, EVP Innovation, Drax Power
  • 17:35 Q&A
  • 17:45 Evening Network Reception
  • 19:30 End of Day 1

Sessions One and Two

Session 1 - Hydrogen Production & Projects

With Hydrogen now becoming the transition energy source for all governments in the UK This session will discuss how Hydrogen will become the transition fuel from oil and gas into renewables. This session will be looking at current UK & International Case Studies of blue and green hydrogen projects and how the UK can utilise its offshore infrastructure and expertise to implement new hydrogen projects to ensure the UK hit its net zero targets.

Schedule:

  • 9:25 Chairs opening address
  • 9:30 Stuart Mckay, Head of Hydrogen Scottish Government
  • 9:50 Case Study
  • 10:10 Emma Toulson, Lead Stakeholder Advisor Orsted
  • 10:30 Case Study
  • 10:50 Q&A
  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking Break

Session 2 - CO2 & Energy Storage Infrastructure

With reducing the amount of CO2 being submitted into the atmosphere being a key fundamentals of reducing your carbon footprint, we will look at how the UK’s current infrastructure is most suited to CO2 storage, the UK has plenty of offshore storage capabilities with its current North Sea infrastructure. We will also discuss the need for the UK to upgrade its current infrastructure to manage energy demand in an efficient way and the different opportunities the UK infrastructure has favourable energy storage options.

Schedule:

  • 11:45 Case Study
  • 12:05 Case Study
  • 12:25 Energy Storage Panel Discussion

    Jennifer Baxter, Head of Engineering, Institution for Chemical Engineering

    Nigel Brandon, Professor of Sustainable Development in Energy, Imperial College London
  • 13:00 Lunch & Networking

Sessions Three and Four

Session 3 - The Business Case & Investment opportunities

With sustainable and environmentally friendly projects taking the forefront for investors within energy projects offshore wind, CCUS and Hydrogen will provide a global economic opportunity for the Energy sector. This session will consider investment potential & trends, opportunities for the UKs carbon pricing, how to create a sustainable market, funding opportunities, public & private partnerships, investing in R&D, and funding initiatives. Commercial barriers to development will also be addressed, including investment risks, considerable capital requirements, and challenging route-to-market in the UK

Schedule:

  • 14:00 Chairs opening address
  • 14:05 Oil & Gas Climate Change Initiative Case Study
  • 14:25 Case Study
  • 14:50 Investment Panel Discussion

    Allan Baker, Managing Director Global Head of Power, Société Générale

    Abyd Karmali, Managing Director Climate Finance, Bank of America

    David Philips, Managing Director Equity Research, HSBC
  • 15:20 Coffee & Networking Break

Session 4 - Supply Chain and Work Force

As the Oil & Gas and Energy sector develops the UK industry will need to address the skills gap and the opportunities for the oil and gas sector to utilise its offshore expertise and supply chain. This session will discuss how companies strategize, develop new roles and implement new technologies as they move to a low carbon future.

Schedule:

  • 15:35 Case Study
  • 16:00 Supply Chain & Work Force Developments Panel Discussion
    Stuart Broadley, CEO, EIC
    Matthew Abraham, Head of Supply Chain & Exports, OGUK
    Scottish Enterprise
  • 16:30 End of Conference

Tickets

2 Day Virtual Early Bird Ticket (£300 discount) Expires 30/09

  • Single ticket price: £195.00
  • VAT @ 20%: £39.00
  • Total: £234.00

2 Day Early Bird Ticket (£450 Discount) expires 30/09

  • Single ticket price: £545.00
  • VAT @ 20%: £109.00
  • Total: £654.00

2 Day Virtual Ticket

  • Single ticket price: £495.00
  • VAT @ 20%: £99.00
  • Total: £594.00

2 Day Delegate Ticket

  • Single ticket price: £995.00
  • VAT @ 20%: £199.00
  • Total: £1,194.00

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