EUSEW 2024: Breaking down the barriers to carbon capture and storage

When
June 12, 2024 at 11:30am - 1pm
Contact
CCS Europe

Join us to discuss the future of CCS in Europe in this year's "European Sustainable Energy Week"!

The EU recognises CCS as key for the achievement of a net-zero economy by 2050 and stresses the need to deploy the necessary infrastructure. Furthermore, as the IPCC reports have been consistently showing over the years, the world will need negative emissions even as most countries achieve carbon neutrality.  However, a clear business case for CCS and a full value chain approach remain to be established. With the 2040 Climate Target being set, it is important to understand not only how much CCS should be deployed in Europe to absorb emissions, but also what are the concrete barriers to their deployment. We aim to use input from EU policymakers, CCS value chain and civil society to summarise concrete practical issues and policy suggestions for how these challenges could be addressed. 

Join our EUSEW session to hear more and participate in the discussion!  

Registration link: EUSEW Interactive 

Agenda 

  • Keynote speech: Tatiana Marquez Uriarte, Cabinet Simson - presentation of the Industrial Carbon Management Strategy.  
  • Panel discussion, moderated by Christopher Jones, Florence School of Regulation. Speakers include: 
    • Rodolphe Nicolle, Secretary General, EuLA.
    • Jonas Helseth, Director, Bellona. 
    • Cristina Balester, Vice President Large Industries, Air Liquide. 
    • Annemarie Manger, Head of Aramis CCS project, Shell. 
    • David Gil, Interoperability & Data Exchange Subject Manager, ENTSOG. 
  • Q&A using Slido
  • Closing remarks: Christopher Jones, Florence School of Regulation.