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01 September 2021 09:00 to 02 September 2021 17:30

2nd UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit: Innovation & Collaboration

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01 September 2021 09:00 to 02 September 2021 17:30

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Birmingham 

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Speaker: Vinay Mulgundmath, Chief Technologist

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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. Session Moderator Ian Riley, Chief Executive, World Cement Association.

Why attend?

“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.