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Please note: This event finished on 09 February 2024

Agenda

“ The energy sector has changed dramatically since the coronavirus; and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 fuelled an energy crisis and stoked concerns over future energy security. The UK Government responded with the Ten Point Plan, which sets out they will take to build back better, support green jobs, and accelerate our path to net zero. Following this, in March 2023 the UK Government have announced £20 billion funding over the next 20 years for CCUS projects in the UK as well as the Net Zero Hydrogen Fund (NZHF) and the Hydrogen Business Model (HBM) will provide £240 million in grant funding to be used towards the upfront costs of development and capital expenditures. This was dually needed given the USA’s Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) announcement and the European Commission’s Green Deal Industrial Plan announcement. The UK government understood the need to attract investment into the UK rather than overseas to ensure their climate change targets are achieved, and to provide energy security. ”

The energy sector has changed dramatically since the coronavirus; and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 fuelled an energy crisis and stoked concerns over future energy security. The UK Government responded with the Ten Point Plan, which sets out they will take to build back better, support green jobs, and accelerate our path to net zero. Following this, in March 2023 the UK Government have announced £20 billion funding over the next 20 years for CCUS projects in the UK as well as the Net Zero Hydrogen Fund (NZHF) and the Hydrogen Business Model (HBM) will provide £240 million in grant funding to be used towards the upfront costs of development and capital expenditures. This was dually needed given the USA’s Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) announcement and the European Commission’s Green Deal Industrial Plan announcement. The UK government understood the need to attract investment into the UK rather than overseas to ensure their climate change targets are achieved, and to provide energy security.

The 5th UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will be a 3-day conference and will assess and review the opportunities within the UK Energy Sector and consider how hydrogen can help the UK develop its own green energy source. It will also consider how carbon capture storage & utilisation can decarbonise the energy intensive sectors while producing a carbon circular economy. Also, how we can now connect the end users with the producers within the downstream sector to ensure the 2030 targets are met.

The 5th 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 750 + government officials, regulators, key industry stake holders, leading academia, and service companies.

Sessions One and Two

UK Net Zero Policy & Strategy

With energy security and decarbonisation being a top priority for UK government, within this session we will assess what strategies are needed to accelerate our decarbonisation pathway and what challenges need to be addressed. You will hear from UK government officials around funding and policy developments. We will be addressing the need ramp up the training of STEM to ensure the skilled workforce will be available given competition from other countries. Industry experts will also be highlighting the different challenges to take into consideration but also the great opportunity the UK has, to be a world leader in decarbonisation.

Schedule:

  • 9:00 Chairs Opening Address: Stuart Broadley, Chief Executive, EIC
  • 9:05 Ben Smith Deputy Director for Power CCUS, Department for Energy Security and Net Zero Case Study

    CCUS in the UK - turning policy into reality

    Summary: CCUS policy in the UK - supporting both FOAK clusters and a sustainable CCUS sector.


  • 9:25 Ruth Herbert, Chief Executive, CCSA

    State of play – UK CCUS
    An overview of findings from the CCSA’s latest industry survey of the UK’s CCUS development pipeline, as well as industry perspectives on recent progress within the government’s CCUS Cluster Programme and on the “CCUS Vision” published at the end of 2023.
  • 9:45 Nick Winser, CBE – Commissioner, National Infrastructure Commission

    ‘Delivering net zero: perspectives from the second National Infrastructure Assessment’.
  • 10:05 Mike Maudsley, Chief Executive Officer, enfinium

    ‘Decarbonisation hubs: how energy from waste facilities can leverage carbon capture and storage technology in the future’.

    enfinium’s vision for the future of the UK waste sector is to transform modern energy from waste facilities into ‘decarbonisation hubs.’ By leveraging carbon capture technology, EfW facilities can create high-quality carbon removals, generate carbon negative electricity and decarbonise the waste economy in cities and regions across the UK
  • 10:25 Q&A
  • 10:35 Workforce Developments & Supply Chain Panel Discussion

    David Talbot, CEO, CATCH

    Professor Joe Howe, Academic Lead: Humber Industrial Cluster, University of Lincoln

    Ian McCluskey, Head of Technical and Policy, IGEM

    Stuart Turl, Business Development Director, WOOD

    Enrique Cornejo, Head of Energy Policy, Offshore Energies UK

    Stu Baker, Executive Director, The Solent Cluster


  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking Break

Projects in CCU & CCS

With the UK Government £20 billion funding for CCU & CCS projects now being announced and several active projects now moving to its next stages, this session we will be assessing the development of the different CCS and CCUS projects across the UK and what project strategies are to ensure we hit our emission’s 2025 targets.

Schedule:

  • 11:45 Dan Sadler, Vice President Low Carbon Solutions, Equinor

    CCUS – 2024 a pivotal year, 2020’s a pivotal decade for the UK

    Equinor are involved in all parts of the CCUS and hydrogen value chains. In the UK we are involved in CO2 transmission and storage, post combustion power, blue hydrogen, green hydrogen, Hydrogen transmission and storage, and the ‘eco-fuels’ landscape. This presentation will highlight the importance of 2024 as a pivotal year for initiating the CCUS industry in the UK. It will also explore some of the potential constraints on the subsequent pace of deployment for the CCUS sector and its associated ‘emitter projects’ whether they be financial, physical, political or supply chain based. Finally, the presentation will consider the risks to the UKs ability to deliver its carbon budget targets if it doesn’t maintain momentum and establish the correct infrastructure foundations within this decade.
  • 12:05 Marcos Matijasevich, Head of Low Carbon Transition, Essar Energy Transition

    EET Fuels is leading the industry with a clear target to reduce Scope 1 & 2 emissions by 95% before the turn of the decade and is setting a global benchmark for high emitting industries by developing the UK’s first low carbon process refinery.

    Marcos Matijasevich, Head of Low Carbon Transition at EET Fuels is highlighting how this will be delivered through energy efficiency, industrial carbon capture and fuel switching to hydrogen while transforming EET Fuels’ Stanlow refinery into one of the largest energy transition hubs in Europe.
  • 12:25 Dave Kidd, Commercial Director, Decarbonisation Technologies, Shell Catalysts & Technologies

    James Hughes, Commercial Director | Energy Transition Specialist, Technip Energies

    “Empowering UK CCUS Projects”

    - CCUS UK market update
    - Cansolv CO2 Capture technology overview
    - Introducing the Shell / T.EN alliance
    - How the alliance is empowering UK CCUS projects
  • 12:45 Andrew Barron, Director, ESRI

    A New Integrated Concept for CCUS and Green Hydrogen

    There is a need to create immediate value for CCS outside of Carbon Credits, but new technologies have a high activation barrier to deployment and integration with current industry. An alternative solution is to combine multiple new technologies within one location creating a symbiotic relationship that ensures profitability and sustainability. This approach is highlighted by two planned regional developments that include, green hydrogen, chemical production, and waste consumption clustered around a unique CCS approach that ensures value added product generation instead of relying on Carbon Credits. Each technology is already TRL >7, but it is in their combination that value added is created.
  • 13:05 Q&A
  • 13:15 Lunch & Networking Break

    DWF Law Roundtable: Has hydrogen and CCUS turned a corner… One Year on.
    Description: We will consider the 4 key challenges and opportunities discussed at last year's conference to test and challenge whether progress has been made, what barriers still remain; and what further recommendations for change do we consider are required to continue to push for further development in these sectors".

    Flour Leader Roundtable taking place in the exhibition arrear

    Topic : “Are we creating the right conditions for decarbonisation projects to succeed? “
    Join us, as industry, government, academia, and investment companies come together to explore next steps for a sustainable future!
    #BuildingABetterWorld

    Moderator Graham Mason, Managing Director Fluor,
  • 14:15 Chairs Opening Address: Stuart Broadley, Chief Executive, EIC
  • 14:20 Lisa Sweeney, HPI/CPI Manager UK&I, Veolia Water Technologies and Solutions

    " Veolia's Total Amine Solution for Carbon Capture operations"

    VWTS Amine Reclaiming Solution uses ED technology which has been proven in refineries around the World.
    • Competitive technology that neutralizes salts ahead of reclaiming using Amine chemistry
    • Operated by Veolia so no investment from the end-user
    • Reduction in HSS on average operation
    • Reclaiming cost efficiencies and equipment is ATEX Approved - Zone 2
    • Amine loses < 1% of total system volume
  • 14:40 Huong Huynh, Senior Process Engineer, SME CO2 & H2 , Aker Solutions

    " CCS projects: the challenges and enablers"

    Aker Solutions is one of the front runners in delivering pioneering CCUS projects. The company is involved in all phases of Longship, the world’s first project for establishing full-scale CCS facilities in-line with Norway’s climate targets. Aker Solutions is currently delivering the EPC construction work for Heidelberg Cement’s Brevik carbon capture plant and Equinor and partner’s Northern Lights onshore CO2 transport terminal facility. Most recently, the company kicked-off the CCS FEED for Hafslund Oslo Celsio’s Klemetsrud waste-to-energy plant. Aker Solutions has also completed FEEDs for the CO2 capture facilities for BPs Net Zero Teesside Power and SSE Thermal's Keadby 3 power station, both CCGT power stations with integrated CO2 capture and export. Based on the company’s vast experience and engagement through all project stages across the CCS value chain, Aker Solutions has the capabilities to address the technical challenges related to CO2 system design. This presentation will address these topics in more detail, covering how challenges were overcome throughout the project development stage.
  • 15:00 Richard Hamilton, Senior Business Development Manager Decarbonisation, MHI EMEA

    Supporting decarbonisation in the UK: MHI’s advanced carbon capture technology

    The UK launch of decarbonisation through the development of regional clusters lead the way but now many other nations globally (especially EU, US) are following suit with their own announcements and methodologies. MHI is supporting the reduction of CO2 emissions globally applying its deep experience of commercial operations across a range of industries (and flue gas emission compositions). Here Richard Hamilton will present the technological developments under-way to improve MHI’s Carbon Capture capability as well as recent updates on key projects in the UK.
  • 15:20 Q&A
  • 15:30 Carbon Capture & Utilization Storage Circular Economy Panel Discussion

    Marian Garfield, Director of Sustainability, Heidelberg Materials

    David Cast, Climate Change Director, NSG Group

    Andy Kirchin, Director Subsurface Low-Carbon Solutions, RPS

    Andrew Rushton, UK Market Development Lead – OSW/H2/CCUS Energy Industries, ABB

    Marcelle McManus, Professor of Energy and Environmental Engineering. University of Bath.

    Daniel Grosvenor , Head of Government & Infrastructure / Nuclear, Deloitte

    Nick McDonald, Partner, Pinsent Masons - Moderator

  • 16:10 Coffee Networking Break

Sessions Three and Four

Carbon Capture Storage Transportation Infrastructure

Within this session we will hear from the NZTA on future planned CCS licence rounds and their strategies to ensure the environmental safety CCS storage. We will also review the different CCS transportation options and what infrastructure will be needed.

Schedule:

  • 16:25 Nick Terrell, Executive Director, Carbon Catalyst

    Decarbonizing the UK: The Role of the Poseidon and Orion Projects

    will delve into the transformative Poseidon and Orion Projects, aimed at repurposing some of the UK's largest legacy gas fields and aquifer structures to facilitate decarbonisation efforts across Humberside, London, and the Southeast. This initiative is a collaborative effort between Perenco and its partners, Carbon Catalyst, Wintershall Dea, and Sumitomo, marking a significant stride towards innovative CO2 transport and storage solutions.

    Key Highlights:
    • Insight into the collaborative model driving these pioneering projects.
    • Overview of the strategic location off the UK's east coast, leveraging existing infrastructures for environmental benefit.
    • Detailed discussion on the planned large-scale CO2 well injectivity test, a critical milestone scheduled for later this year, setting the stage for operational readiness by 2029.
  • 16:45 Matt Browell-Hook, Energy Transition Director / Cluster Lead, Spirit Energy / MNZ

    "MNZ – Infrastructure Enabling at Scale Carbon Storage"

    In this session, Matt Browell-Hook the Energy Transition Director for Spirit Energy and Cluster Lead, will talk about the work to-date, challenges ahead and solutions available for the development of carbon transportation and infrastructure enabling the next wave of CCS projects in the UK.
  • 17:05 Liam Macintyre, Strategy Director - Energy Transition, Subsea7

    Presentation Title:
    Forecasting the North Sea CCUS Infrastructure to 2050

    Summary:
    As CCUS scales up, how will the infrastructure in the North Sea be repurposed and developed to provide storage capacity?
    Europe and the North Sea have vast geological storage potential, well above any potential CCUS need. However, it is challenging to assess the relative cost efficiency of projects or frame in what market conditions or time horizon a project would become viable. Together with Xodus, we have developed a tool to do so. Through a bottom-up analysis, we assessed 560 potential storage sites, North Sea gas pipelines and potential new pipelines to identify cost efficient storage. This tool can support and facilitate investment decisions of North Sea operators
  • 17:25 Q&A

Investment & Economics

With the UK government now providing extra funding for different CCS and hydrogen projects, this session will review how private equity can help propel projects into commercial scale and discuss what investors are looking for from the government and projects developers. This session will also review how we can improve economics in the UK and position the UK to be an exporter of skills and services overseas.

Schedule:

  • 17:35 Investment Panel Discussion

    Moderator: Jonathan Oxley, Director of the Humber Cluster, CBI

    The Hon Lisa Raitt, Vice-Chair Global Investment Banking, CIBC Capital Markets

    Cem Orekli, Managing Director Energy + Group, Societe Generale.

    Emily Sidhu, Director in the Banking and Investment Team, UK Infrastructure Bank

    Victoria McCulloch, European Energy Research, RBC Capital Markets

    Robert Hines, Principal Advisor – CCUS, Future Energy Partners and Inosys Ltd




  • 18:05 Evening Network Reception
  • 20:00 End of Day 1

Sessions One and Two

Hydrogen Production & Projects

The UK government has recently announced governments plans and strategies to meet its 10 GW target, they introduced two important measures in its Hydrogen Strategy – the Net Zero Hydrogen Fund (NZHF) and the Hydrogen Business Model (HBM) – to incentivise the production and use of low-carbon hydrogen. This session will review the different hydrogen production projects across the UK and their plans over the next 12-18 months.

Schedule:

  • 9:25 Chairs Opening Address: Clare Jackson, Chief Executive, Hydrogen UK
  • 9:30 Michael Foley, UK Low Carbon Solutions Venture Executive, ExxonMobil
  • 9:50 Adam Wray-Summerson, Head of Sustainable Solutions & Resilience, Clarke Energy

    Go for “Hydrogen and Carbon Capture – What about the little guys?”
  • 10:10 James Hughes, Commercial Director, Energy Transition Specialist, Technip Energies

    “Low Carbon Hydrogen: Time to Deliver - Combining Technology and Expertise to Bring to Market at Scale”
  • 10:30 James Varney, Study Manager & Hydrogen SME, io consulting

    "Challenges and innovation in islanded green hydrogen facilities"

    Focussing on technologies, control systems, electrical stability issues and solutions to intermittency which may allow these facilities to be built without vast hydrogen storage or grid connections. Io will draw insights from multiple global projects and the systems modelling performed and vendor insights.

  • 10:50 Q&A
  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking Break
  • 11:45 Hannah Bronwin, Director of Business Development, SSE Thermal

    Hydrogen : an integrated value chain

    Focus on the delivery of a hydrogen economy through an integrated value chain, and the relationship between production, storage and power

  • 12:05 Will Joyce, Technical Lead, UKRI

    Decarbonising industrial clusters

    Decarbonising the UK’s largest industrial clusters through wide scale roll out of CCS and low carbon hydrogen deployment. The results of this work will achieve low carbon industrial clusters by 2030 and then the world’s first Net Zero industrial cluster.
  • 12:25 Angela Needle, Director of Strategy, Cadent Gas

    Creating the hydrogen value chain, hydrogen supply and demand in tandem’ – in this presentation I will talk about how the development of regional hydrogen hubs and how these have helped to create momentum and certainty on both the hydrogen supply and demand side of the equation. I will touch on the projects of HyNet, East Coast Hydrogen and East Midlands Hydrogen and the communities that have been created
  • 12:45 Paul Hennessey New Technologies and Emerging Markets Director, Jacobs
  • 13:05 Q&A
  • 13:15 Lunch & Networking Break

    Separate roundtables discussions will take place within lunchtime

    Pinsent Masons Roundtable: What lessons should the UK learn from the development of the low-carbon hydrogen market to-date

    Description: We will consider how the low-carbon hydrogen market should develop in the coming years, in the context of lessons learnt so far from Track-1 blue hydrogen projects and Allocation Round 1 green hydrogen projects. In light of the recent UK hydrogen policy announcements in December, we’ll consider what has worked well, what hasn’t and the sector’s needs for the future to be able to realise its full potential.

    Turley Roundtable: Consenting, Communication, Community – Exploring learnings around consenting routes and the significance of strategic communications and Social Value for the successful delivery of hydrogen and CCS projects.

    Description: The core ambition of this conference is to drive change and achieve net zero ambitions and we’re seeing real progress for hydrogen and CCUS projects across the UK. We will explore our learnings and share experience on how to effectively navigate planning/consenting in the future. With so many clusters, partners and collaborators looking to decarbonise, we will consider the importance of strategic communications and education with communities to demystify hydrogen and CCUS and secure consent. We will also discuss the opportunity social value presents for all collaborating on these technically-driven projects – delving into the potential this has for developers and clusters in striving to achieve a just transition to net zero.

Hydrogen Storage & Infrastructure

This session will review the different options available for hydrogen storage with salt caverns providing a great option with the UK having 4 salt caverns currently available and the opportunity to convert more, the option would be to use depleted oil and gas reserves. The experts will review the challenges faced what their plans are to store hydrogen in the UK and what infrastructure will be needed.

Schedule:

  • 14:15 Chairs Opening Address: Clare Jackson, Chief Executive, Hydrogen UK
  • 14:20 William Mezzullo, Head of Hydrogen, Centrica

    • Unlocking the value of hydrogen from a whole systems perspective
    • Under any Net Zero scenario, there will be a significant increase in intermittent renewable generation capacity in Great Britain with hydrogen able to play a role in managing intermittency in the power sector as well as decarbonising hard-to-abate sectors. Managing peaks and troughs in electricity generation will require long-duration energy storage, of which hydrogen storage is the lowest cost.

  • 14:40 Shabana Jamil, Head of Hydrogen Storage Business Model Team, Department for Energy Security and Net Zero

    How is government enabling investment in hydrogen storage?’

    The development of hydrogen storage infrastructure (e.g., salt caverns) represents the critical next step in the growth of the hydrogen economy. Government as part of the British Energy Security committed to design new business models for hydrogen transport and storage infrastructure by 2025, which will be essential to grow the hydrogen economy and provide security for producers and consumers of hydrogen.
    In this session I will set out how government is working to stimulate private sector investment in the storage infrastructure- including progress to date - to ensure hydrogen can play its full role in decarbonising the UK economy. 
  • 15:00 James Earl, Director of Gas, Energy Networks Association

    "The storage value of the natural gas network”

    Summary: As we transition away from widespread use of natural gas and adopt hydrogen as part of a mix of replacement solutions, it is important that we recognise all of the value that we get from the existing natural gas network and that solutions are put in place to mitigate the loss of this value. This presentation will focus on the value of the natural gas network in providing system flexibility through ‘linepack’, and what the loss of this value means for the energy system of the future.
  • 15:20 Oliver Lancaster, CEO, IGEM

    Understanding the reality of where connections to the gas grid are, and what that could mean for different demands going forward
  • 15:35 Q&A
  • 15:45 Coffee & Networking Break

Session Three

Port Energy Infrastructure

With many ports across the UK now enabling energy transition, this session will review the opportunities for the UK to export or import ammonia, liquified hydrogen or methanol as a hydrogen carrier The session will also review what infrastructure is needed and what challenges need to be addressed.

Schedule:

  • 16:00 Matthew Wilson, Head of New Energy Markets, Navigator Terminals UK

    Connecting the clusters’ how ports and terminals play a key role in the Energy Transition
    Focus on navigators CO2 hub, SAF and Hydrogen

  • 16:20 "What are the options and challenges for exportation or importation of hydrogen" Panel Discussion

    Steven Edwards, Commercial Director, Port of Milford Haven

    Stephen Voller, Founder & Director, Hydrogen Refinery

    Rob Farmer, Senior Consultant, Marine & Shipping, POTEN & PARTNERS

    Jonathan Carpenter, Vice President Project Development Power2X

    Moderator Martyn Link, Director Link Advisory


  • 16:50 End of Day 2

Sessions One and Two

Industrial Uses

This session will review how hydrogen can decarbonise different industries not just the big energy intensive clusters in the UK. The UK have several carbon intensive companies that contribute to the UK’s carbon emissions. This session will review how to decarbonise smaller clusters or industries.

Schedule:

  • 9:25 Chairs Opening Address: John Roberts, Lead Policy Analyst, Hydrogen Energy Association
  • 9:30 David Eccles, Director, Hydrogen South West
  • 9:50 Catherine Anderson, Technical Director EIA, WSP

    Collaboration & Lessons Learnt in Consenting Major Projects
  • 10:10 Luke Olly, Head of Decarbonisation, Aggregate Industries
  • 10:30 Joseph Bailey, Head of Projects, Progressive Energy

    Presentation Title: Decarbonisation of Industry through co-located green hydrogen production.

    Presentation summary: As part of a deeply decarbonised, deeply renewable energy system, low carbon hydrogen could be a versatile replacement for high-carbon fuels used today – helping to bring down emissions in vital UK industrial sectors and providing flexible energy for power, heat and transport. Grenian Hydrogen is a joint venture between Progressive Energy, Statkraft and Foresight that is seeking to deploy Electrolytic hydrogen in the North-West of England and North Wales to help decarbonise one of the UK’s industrial heartlands. We believe this will provide a model for decarbonisation of industry that can be deployed both UK and worldwide

  • 10:50 Q&A
  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking Break

Hydrogen Transportation Uses

The UK Government have been recommending the public to look at their carbon footprint and promoting public transport as a great way to help reduce the UK’s carbon emissions. With extensive rail networks and already across the UK, converting trains to hydrogen would dramatically reduce transportation carbon footprint. Also local authorities are extending their hydrogen bus fleets and HGV's are a critical for decarbonisation of transport. With aviation being the biggest emitter of carbon within transportation, this session will review how hydrogen or CCUS can help decarbonise the aviation sector. You will hear from different project developers, operators, and industry on how hydrogen or CCUS can provide sustainable aviation fuels (SAF).

Schedule:

  • 11:45 Chris Gould Gould, Energy Transition Lead, Fuels Industry UK

    “Support for low carbon hydrogen in Transport in the Energy Transition”?
  • 12:05 Grahame Woods, Account Manager, JBP

    Getting on the Right Track: Political Dynamics in Hydrogen-Powered Rail

    With a general election looming and the UK Government remaining in a state of political flux about the future of the rail industry, it has never been more crucial to pay attention to the direction major political parties are heading. This session will discuss the priorities of DESNZ and DfT Ministers, the current policy landscape, and how to navigate an election year. It aims to provide an action plan for industry leaders seeking to help shape policy and secure their businesses amidst an ever-changing political climate.
  • 12:25 Adrian Anderson, Senior Infrastructure Advisory Consultant, Arup
  • 12:45 Q&A
  • 12:55 Lunch & Networking
  • 13:50 Chairs Opening address
  • 13:55 Joe Tresadern, Arup & Femi Omoniyi , Net Zero Hub Project Manager, West Yorkshire Combined Authority

    Joe will present work to date on a hydrogen roadmap project for WYCA, which considers future transport demands alongside other sectors and uses an interactive model to identify if/how these will link with hydrogen production and distribution projects as part of the region’s ambitious net zero targets.
  • 14:15 Chris Rowell, Head of Net Zero, Tees Valley Combined Authority

    Net Zero Aviation - Fuelling the UK's Flying Future in the Tees Valley.

    This is an introduction to the Tees Valley's work to establish itself as a centre of Sustainable Aviation Fuel development and manufacture, building on its drive to create a fully decarbonised industrial cluster using technologies including CCUS and Hydrogen
  • 14:35 Jim Woodger, Managing Director, LanzaTech
  • 14:50 Q&A
  • 15:00 End of conference

Session Three

Aviation

With aviation being the biggest emitter of carbon within transportation, this session will review how hydrogen or CCUS can help decarbonise the aviation sector. You will hear from different project developers, operators, and industry on how hydrogen or CCUS can provide sustainable aviation fuels (SAF).

Schedule:

  • 13:55 Chairs Opening Address: John Roberts, Lead Policy Analyst, Hydrogen Energy Association
  • 14:00 Adam Morton, Head of Technology - Sustainability and Strategy, Aerospace Technology Institute
  • 14:20 Chris Rowell, Head of Net Zero, Tees Valley Combined Authority
  • 14:40 Jim Woodger, Managing Director, LanzaTech
  • 15:00 Q&A
  • 15:10 End of Conference

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