CCS Europe event "De-risking funding for CCS"

When
May 29, 2024 at 2:00pm - 5pm
Where
Radisson Red Hotel, Rue d'Idalie 35, 1050 Brussels

On 29 May, CCS Europe is hosting an event on "De-risking Funding for Carbon Capture and Storage".

Following the recent adoption of the European Union's long-awaited Industrial Carbon Management Strategy (ICMS), the urgent need for widespread deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies stands out as an indispensable pillar of the EU’s decarbonisation objectives for 2050. However, this deployment cannot be achieved without massive financial investments from industry, Member States, and the EU itself.

Through this event, we aim to shed light on what is needed from a financing and funding point of view to unlock CCS projects within the EU. The discussion will be organized around two panel discussions, aiming to respectively address national financing incentives for CCS and how private capital can be leveraged to as a re-risking tool for CCS investments. The discussion will also include a presentation by Deloitte on their recent publication  ‘CCS seeking a bankable business model. 

PROGRAMME

14h00 - 14h05: Welcome Remarks by Katrina Williams, Senior Advisor at Rud Pedersen Public Affairs Brussels (Moderator)

14h05 -14h10: Keynote Intervention by the European Commission 

14h10-15h55: Panel Discussions

  • Panel 1: From Barriers to Breakthroughs: Harnessing EU 
    and National incentives for CCS success in Europe
    • Moderator: Katrina Williams, Senior Advisor at Rud Pedersen Public Affairs
    • Pierre Roubaud – Policy Officer & lead of the STEP Task Force clean tech
      stream, DG BUDG, European Commission.
    • Morten Skovgaard Olsen - Representative from Danish Energy Agency.
    • Representative from Norsk Hydro. 
    • Representative from Cemex (TBC).
  •  Panel 2: Leveraging instruments to de-risk CCS 
    investment– a holistic approach
    • Moderator: Renato Giacon, Associate Director at Rud Pedersen Public Affairs Brussels
    • Michiel Engelaar, Director for Project Finance – Sustainability, Deloitte
      Netherlands.
    • Harald Boerekamp, Director of EU and Corporate Affairs, Honeywell.
    • Dimitri Koufos, Head of Sustainable Business, Industry, Agribusiness and Commerce (ICA) - European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
    • Fabienne Moimaux, BNP Paribas (TBC)

15:55 – 16h00:  Conclusions

 

Register on the the RSVP below to join us and stay tuned for further details. 

Will you come?