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“ Following several changes globally, the UK Government announced the 'British energy security strategy' builds on the Prime Minister's 'Ten-point plan for a green industrial revolution', and the 'Net zero strategy'. This plan has been produced to consider the rising global energy prices, provoked by surging demand after the pandemic as well as Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The UK are currently unable to control their energy prices and the need for a diverse source of homegrown energy is essential for decarbonisation and energy security in the long-term. ”

Following several changes globally, the UK Government announced the 'British energy security strategy' builds on the Prime Minister's 'Ten-point plan for a green industrial revolution', and the 'Net zero strategy'. This plan has been produced to consider the rising global energy prices, provoked by surging demand after the pandemic as well as Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The UK are currently unable to control their energy prices and the need for a diverse source of homegrown energy is essential for decarbonisation and energy security in the long-term.

The 4th UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Sumit will assess and review the opportunities within the UK Energy Sector and also consider how hydrogen can help the UK develop its own green energy source.  it will also consider how carbon capture storage & utilisation to decarbonise the energy intensive sectors while producing a carbon circular economy.

The 4th UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will focus on the projects and innovation around CCS,CCU within industrial operations and how hydrogen can decarbonise industry and transport, the summit will bring together 500+ government officials, regulators, key industry stake holders, leading academia and service companies.

Sessions One and Two

Session 1 UK Net Zero Strategy

With the energy prices at their highest and energy security uncertain, this session will assess the UK’s energy strategy to enhance energy security and accelerate decarbonisation across the energy intensive sectors and the biggest emissions of carbon.

Schedule:

  • 9:05 Chairs opening address: Ruth Herbert, Chief Executive, CCSA
  • 9:25 Stephanie Murphy, Director of Hydrogen and Industrial Carbon Capture, BEIS
  • 9:30 Antony Green, Hydrogen Project Director, National Grid
  • 9:50 Collette, Cohen, Chief Executive, Net Zero Technology Centre
  • 10:10 Dan Sadler, Vice President Low Carbon Solutions, Equinor
  • 10:30 Main Sponsor
  • 10:50 Q&A
  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking Break

Session 2 Energy Transition & Demand

Within this session we will explore the demand for cleaner energy to ensure the UK is on track to hit its next set of zero targets. We will discuss the different energy vectors that are available and where they are best placed to ensure industrial decarbonisation. We will also review the ongoing energy demand and review the different options available for energy transition.

Schedule:

  • 11:45 Case Study
  • 12:05 Case Study
  • 12:25 Q&A
  • 12:30 Energy Transition & Demand Panel discussion

    Jane Dennett, Decarbonisation & Energy Transition Lead, Ofgem

    Chris Stark, Chief Executive Committee on Climate Change

    Harvey Bradshaw Executive Director, Environment & Business, Regulated Industry, Environment Agency
  • 13:10 Lunch & Networking

Sessions Three and Four

Session 3 Projects & In CCS & CCU

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

Schedule:

  • 14:10 Chairs opening address: Ruth Herbert, Chief Executive, CCSA
  • 14:15 Graeme Davies, V Net Zero Lead, Harbour Energy
  • 14:35 Case Study
  • 14:55 Dr Chris Williams, Head of Industrial Decarbonisation, Industry Wales
  • 15:15 Case Study
  • 15:45 Q&A
  • 15:55 Coffee & Networking Break
  • 16:10 Geoff Mackey, Group Corporate Affairs & Sustainability Director, BASF
  • 16:30 Case Study
  • 16:50 Q&A

Session 4 Investment Opportunities & Skilled Workforce

With the UK government already committed to spending billions of GBP on decarbonisation projects, this session will review the need and opportunity for private capital investment for more projects to move forward. Also, with more major projects moving forward not just within the energy sector we will review the challenges project leads will have to ensure that there will be skilled workforce and supply chain available.

Schedule:

  • 17:00 The need for private investment in the green industrial revolution panel discussion

    Amy Wong, Head of Energy Research EMEA, Credit Suisse

    Mick Pickup, Managing Director, Barclays Investment Bank

    Tara Schmidt, Director ESG and Sustainability Lloyd Banking Group

    Erik Savola, Co-Head EMEA Industrials - Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory .Citi
  • 17:35 How to attract and up skill the future workforce?

    Joe Howe, Executive Director, Thornton Energy Institute, University of Chester

    Deirdre Michie, Chief Executive, Offshore Energies UK

    Dan Sadler, Vice President - UK Low Carbon Solutions , Equinor
  • 18:05 Evening Network Reception
  • 20:00 End of Day 1

Sessions One and Two

Session 1 Hydrogen Production & Projects

With the UK needing to ensure its own homegrown energy for the future this session will review the different green hydrogen production projects across the UK. Also, with the hydrogen rainbow colour spectrum in place we will also look at the different ways to produce hydrogen.

Schedule:

  • 9:25 Chairs Opening address
  • 9:30 Case Study
  • 9:50 Case Study
  • 10:10 Trevor Baker, UK Projects Lead, RWE
  • 10:30 Case Study
  • 10:50 Q&A
  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking Break
  • 11:45 David Parkin, Director, Progressive Energy
  • 12:05 Case Study
  • 12:25 Nuclear Case Study
  • 11:45 Q&A
  • 11:55 Lunch & Networking

Session 2 Hydrogen Storage Infrastructure

With the UK government backing hydrogen as the fuel of the future to ensure the UK’s energy security strategy, this session will look at what storage options are available and discuss the different hydrogen blending options.

Schedule:

  • 13:55 Chairs opening address
  • 14:00 Case Study
  • 14:20 Chris McLane, Interface Manager (Energy Transition), Centrica Storage
  • 14:40 Case Study
  • 15:00 Q&A

Session Three

Session 3 Ammonia & Port Infrastructure

The UK has some of the largest active ports globally, this session will review the opportunities for the UK to be an exporter of ammonia or liquefied hydrogen. We will also review what infrastructure is needed and what challenges need to be addressed.

Schedule:

  • 15:10 Case Study
  • 15:30 Michael Foley, UK Low Carbon Solutions Venture Executive, ExxonMobil
  • 15:50 Case Study
  • 16:10 Q&A
  • 16:20 End of conference

Speakers

All speakers are invited unless stated confirmed

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