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The 3rd UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will showcase how carbon capture storage (CCS), carbon capture utilisation storage (CCUS) and hydrogen can decarbonise the energy intensive sectors and transport

Agenda

“ With COVID-19 having a global impact on the whole economy and the way many businesses operate, climate change has never become more paramount. Every industry now understands that they need to reduce their carbon footprint. We have seen the super Oil & Gas majors now transition into Energy companies as they have seen the need to diversify their portfolio to meet the worlds energy demands. We have seen Steel & Cement manufacturers commit to be net zero by 2050. The energy intensive sector is now on their decarbonisation journey ”

With COVID-19 having a global impact on the whole economy and the way many businesses operate,
climate change has never become more paramount. Every industry now understands that they need
to reduce their carbon footprint. We have seen the super Oil & Gas majors now transition into
Energy companies as they have seen the need to diversify their portfolio to meet the worlds energy
demands. We have seen Steel & Cement manufacturers commit to be net zero by 2050. The energy
intensive sector is now on their decarbonisation journey.


The 3rd UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will showcase how carbon capture storage
(CCS), carbon capture utilisation storage (CCUS) and hydrogen can decarbonise the energy intensive
sectors and transport.


The 3rd UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will focus on the implementation of CCS,
CCUS within industrial operations and how hydrogen can decarbonise industry and transport, the
summit will bring together 400+ government officials, regulators, key industry stake holders, leading
academia and service companies.

Sessions One and Two

UK Policy & Net Zero Strategy

In November World Leaders will come together to discuss how the world needs to decarbonise to ensure we hit our Net Zero targets. This session will discuss the deliverables and commitments agreed within COP26 and UK government updated energy policies.

Schedule:

  • 9:25 Chairs opening address
  • 9:30 Nigel Topping, High Level Champion for Climate Action at COP26
  • 9:50 Will Lochhead, Deputy Director, Head of Industrial Carbon Capture and Hydrogen Business Models BEIS
  • 10:00 Net Zero Technology Centre
  • 10:30 Main Sponsor
  • 10:50 Q& A
  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking Break

End User Implementation of CCS or CCUS

With CCS and CCUS playing an important role in reducing carbon emissions in the power sector, CCS is the only current option to substantially decarbonise emissions intensive sectors. This session will discuss how these technologies can play to decarbonise industry; you will hear from end users on how they plan to utilise these technologies to reduce their carbon emissions.

Schedule:

  • 11:45 Drax Case Study
  • 12:05 Case Study
  • 12:25 Gonzalo Galindo, Head of Department, CEMEX Ventures
  • 12:45 Case Study
  • 13:05 Q&A
  • 13:15 Lunch & Networking
  • 14:15 Chairs Opening Address
  • 14:20 Case Study
  • 14:40 Chris Williams, Head of Industrial Decarbonisation, Industry Wales
  • 15:00 Case Study
  • 15:20 Q&A
  • 15:30 Coffee & Networking

Session Three

Financing & Economical Developments Skilled Workforce and Supply Chain Exportation Opportunities

Within the UK Government 10-point plan, the government have pledged to mobilise 12 billion of government investment to tackle UK emissions. This session will discuss what additional funding is needed to support current and new projects. We will discuss the different public and private partnerships and direct investment needed from financiers to move more projects forward. Within this session we will also review the need to upgrade our skilled workforce to keep up with project demands.

Schedule:

  • 15:45 Case Study
  • 16:05 Financing operations panel discussion

    Tara Schmidt, Director of ESG & Sustainability, Lloyds Banking Group

    Mark Giulianotti, Managing Director, Green Investment Group
  • 16:45 Case Study
  • 17:05 Skilled Workforce & Exportation Panel Discussion

    Moderator, Joseph Howe, Executive Director, Thornton Energy Institute, University of Chester

    Paul De Leeuw, Director Energy Institute, RGU

    Stuart Broadley, Chief Executive, The EIC
  • 17:35 Evening Drinks & Network Reception
  • 19:30 End of Day 1

Sessions One and Two

End User Implementation of Hydrogen

Hydrogen has been labelled as the fuel of the future and will become our main energy source as we transition to net zero. This session will discuss how the different types of hydrogen on the hydrogen rainbow spectrum and how it can help decarbonise the industrial, transport and aviation sector.

Schedule:

  • 9:25 Chairs Opening Address
  • 9:30 bp Case Study
  • 9:50 Case Study
  • 10:10 SSE Case Study
  • 10:30 Dr. Thorsten Arnhold, Vice President Technology, R. Stahl

    Presentation title: EX – Citing future for hydrogen

    This presentation highlights the explosive nature of Hydrogen and introduces application specific IEC standards that are designed to ensure explosion risks are minimised.
  • 10:50 Q&A
  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking Session
  • 11:45 End User Case Study
  • 12:05 Case Study
  • 12:25 David Watson, Head of Energy Transition, Cadent Gas
  • 12:45 Case Study
  • 13:05 Q&A
  • 13:15 Lunch & Networking

Pipeline & Port Infrastructure

This session will discuss the need for an upgraded pipeline infrastructure to enable CCS storage from onshore to offshore. The upgrading of the port infrastructure for the export and import of liquid hydrogen or ammonia and the additional pipelines and infrastructure needed for hydrogen

Schedule:

  • 14:15 Chairs Opening Address
  • 14:20 Dan Sadler, UK Low Carbon Strategy Director, Equinor
  • 14:40 Case Study
  • 15:00 Associated British Ports Case Study
  • 15:20 Case Study
  • 15:40 Q&A
  • 15:50 Coffee & Networking Break

Session Three

Hydrogen Grid & Storage Infrastructure

Within this session we will discuss how our National Grid needs to be upgraded to incorporate hydrogen, there have been successful trials in Leeds and within Keele University. We will discuss the challenges and technologies and infrastructure that is needed for the implementation of hydrogen into the national grid. We will also review the options for hydrogen storage and how it can be controlled at high and low energy demands.

Schedule:

  • 16:05 Lloyd Mitchell, Hydrogen Engineering Lead, National Grid
  • 16:25 Case Study
  • 16:45 Case Study
  • 17:05 Q&A
  • 17:15 End of Conference

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All speakers are invited unless stated confirmed

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