Programme

All speakers below are confirmed, though may be subject to change at short notice

 10.00  Arrival, registration & exhibition

10.30   Welcome and opening remarks
             Chair: Baroness Liddell of Coatdyke
             President of the Carbon Capture and Storage Association               

               Ministerial Address
Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP, Minister of State for Energy       
             
             Sponsor’s Address Liv Hovem, CEO Oil and Gas, DNV-GL
         
11.15    The opportunity for leadership

             The UK can be proud of its strong track record on clean growth and has now set 
             itself the goal of becoming a world leader in CCUS technologies. What lessons 
             can CCUS and clean hydrogen take from other clean growth sectors and how   
             can they build on these to develop a world leading position?  What are the 
             opportunities for UK political, industrial and global leadership?

             Parallel between offshore wind and CCUS: 

             Steinar Eikaas, Vice President of Low Energy Solutions, Equinor 


             Panellists:

             - Chris Stark, Chief Executive, Committee on Climate Change 
             - Nick Molho, Executive Director, Aldersgate Group

             - Mike Smith, CEO, NECCUS 


12.30   Lunch  and exhibition

13.30   The opportunity for investment

             Investment into CCUS must be scaled dramatically to deliver the infrastructure
             required. The Government is expected to shortly announce its investment 
             framework for CCUS. This session will consider the instruments and policies 
             needed to drive CCUS investment across the value chain, how projects will be 
             financed and the role of CCUS in underpinning sustainable finance.        


            Chair: Paul Davies, Chair, CCUS Advisory Group             

             Panellists:
               
Colin McGill, Low Carbon Appraisal General Manager, BP
               Charlotte Morgan, Partner, Linklaters 

               Andrew Doyle, Executive Director of Power & Renewables Project Finance, MUFG
             Bryony Livesey, Challenge Director Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge,  UKRI

14.30   Quick fire innovation: 4 companies join us to give insights into how their 
             making the most of these opportunities 
             -  Clean Hydrogen: Sam French, Johnson Matthey

             -  Waste to Jet Fuel: Neville Hargreaves, Velocys 

             -  Low Carbon Cement:  Phil Hodgson, Calix 
             -  CO2 Scrubbing: Helen Atkinson, C-Capture


15.00   Refreshments and exhibition

15.30   The opportunity for businesses and the supply chain

             CCUS and clean hydrogen present huge opportunities for existing supply chains 
             to diversify into the low carbon industries of the future and to create a long-
             term sustainable future for today's businesses. This session will consider what 
             opportunities there are for the supply chain and businesses, what parameters 
             Government may establish for the supply chain and how this can support 
             companies both in the UK and globally?       


             Panellists:

             - Guloren Turan, General Manager - Advocacy & Comms, Global CCS Institute
             - Stuart Broadley, CEO, Energy Industries Council 

             - Martyn Link , Group Head Strategy and Analysis, Wood
             - Emily Wilson-Gavin, External Affairs Manager, Cadent Gas
              

16.30   What is required next?

             We invited a panel of leading sector figures and politicians to explore what has
             to happen next for CCUS and clean hydrogen.
             
             Panellists:
             - Alex Cunningham MP 

             - David Duguid MP
             - Speaker TBC, Drax

           
17.15    Closing remarks

             Luke Warren, Chief Executive, CCSA

17.30   Close