CCSA | CCUS and Net Zero – UK and global progress ahead of COP27
CCUS and Net Zero – UK and global progress ahead of COP27 > Hosted by the Carbon Capture & Storage Association (CCSA)
Last year at COP26, Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) was at the forefront of many conversations and discussions, with a focus largely on the necessity of industrial CCUS and negative emissions technologies such as Direct Air Capture with Storage (DACS) and Bioenergy with CCS (BECCS).
Over the past six months there have been a number of developments in CCUS – both in the UK and around the world: The UK now has a stated ambition for CCUS to deliver the first two CCUS clusters by the mid-2020s with a further two by 2030. To deliver this ambition, the UK Government launched the “CCUS Cluster Sequencing” process which, in October last year, selected the first projects that will be taken forward. The CCSA published its “CCUS Delivery Plan 2035” in March this year, setting out the CCUS industry’s recommended pathway to deliver the Government’s Net Zero Strategy ambition of storing 50 Million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year by 2035.
And as we turn our attention to COP27 in Egypt in November, it is worth reflecting on global CCUS developments over the last decade and the increased focus on CCUS clusters and networks.
This webinar provides an opportunity to hear from a number of experts on UK and global climate targets and their views on the CCUS roll-out pathway that will be needed to ensure we can meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Noora Al Amer,
Senior International Climate Policy Adviser,
Global CCS Institute
Dr David Joffe,
Head of Carbon Budgets,
Climate Change Committee