The CCUS 19 Blog
Blog 3: Climate targets are not being met. Is it time to mass deploy CCS?
Gas and variable renewables will be the only energy sources for which demand is higher in 2050 than today, according to DNV GL’s recently published Energy Transition Outlook. However, they must work together alongside greater uptake of carbon capture and storage (CCS) to secure a rapid energy transition. In this blog, Liv Hovem, CEO DNV GL, Oil & Gas asks, 'Is it time to mass deploy CCS?’.
We're delighted that DNV GL are our principal sponsor for CCUS 2019 and that Liv will be joining us to deliver a key note address.
Blog 2: Why are we working on carbon capture and storage?
In the energy transition debate, you often meet a distinct level of negativity towards certain technologies. In some circles, there is an almost knee jerk reaction to and resistance against fossil fuels. In this blog, Steinar Eikaas, Vice President of Low Energy Solutions at Equinor, explains why their investing.
Blog 1: Carbon capture, usage and storage steps into the spotlight
It’s an exciting time for the carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) sector, with greater public attention and political unity about the needs to take ambitious action on climate change. In this blog, Luke Warren, Chief Executive of the Carbon Capture and Storage Association, reflects on how the CCUS sector is developing and why this is the right moment to bring people together at CCUS 2019, a dedicated one-day conference which will be held in London on Wednesday 6 November 2019.