Carbon Capture Journal

Sponsors and supporters include:

Crown Estate  


coffee break sponsor


Event producer:
karl jeffery, publisher
Carbon Capture Journal Ltd 
44-208 150 5292 

Sponsorship enquiries:
Richard McIntyre
advertising and sponsorship manager,
Carbon Capture Journal
Tel 44 7709 352 051 



Tuesday November 19, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM GMT

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Geological Society 
Burlington House
London W1J 0BG
United Kingdom

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Keeping the momentum with
carbon capture and storage
Conference in London on Nov 19, 2013

Our third Carbon Capture Journal conference in London on November 19th looked at what is required to keep the momentum going behind the carbon capture industry.

On one hand carbon capture is going down a bumpy road - on the other hand more money is being spent on it by ever before, and the research projects are getting bigger. Will the future be carbon capture and storage, and what will the impact be on your role and your business?

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Chairman: Stuart Haszeldine  OBE, Professor of Carbon Capture and Storage, University of Edinburgh 

9.10 Chairman's introduction View slides Watch video

9.15 How DECC is encouraging carbon capture development
Matthew Billson, Head of Fossil Fuel Generation and CCS Strategy & Comms Team, office of Carbon Capture and Storage, UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) View Slides Watch video

9.45 Development of the Peterhead CCS Project 
Belinda Perriman, Belinda Perriman, Prhead CCS Business Opportunity Manager, Shell
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10.15 An update on the CO2 Capture Project 3 (CCP3) and plans for CCP4
Mark Crombie, Program Manager, CO2 Capture Project, BP Alternative Energy


SPX Flow Technology

10.45 BREAK - sponsored by SPX Flow Technology

Dr Ward Goldthorpe Crown Estate

11.15 Actions for Enabling CO2 Storage Development
Ward Goldthorpe, Programme Manager, CCS & Gas Storage, The Crown Estate
The suite of activities the Crown Estate is  pursuing to help maintain the momentum for progressing CO2 transport and storage infrastructure beyond the first projects. View slides Watch video

Vegar Stokset

11.45 Developments with Technology Centre Mongstad - 
Vegar Stokset,  Head of Communications, Technoology Centre Mongstad View slides Watch video

12.15 Key considerations for ensuring the reliability of the C02 transport process: A focus on dehydration
Steve Martin, Area Sales Manager EMEA, SPX Flow Technology View slides 

 12.45 Panel discussion Watch video

1.15 Lunch

2.00 Close



Getting carbon capture moving