CCUS 2023, now in its fifth year, provides an excellent opportunity for UK and EU Governments, industry and wider stakeholders to drive progress on CCUS, demonstrating the contribution that CCUS can make to meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement ahead of COP28 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
The 2023 conference takes place in a critical year for CCUS. The UK has recently made key announcements regarding the next steps for CCUS deployment – including £20bn of funding and confirmation of the first eight carbon capture projects to be built. The EU’s Net Zero Industry Act and the US’s Inflation Reduction Act are also having a significant impact on the deployment of CCUS in those regions.
CCUS 2023 Focus
The focus this year will be on the way forward for CCUS and the pivotal role it will need to play as we journey towards net zero. The conference will cover a wide variety of topics such as; CCUS business models, market frameworks, CCUS supply chains, carbon removals, capture and storage permitting, CCS-enabled hydrogen, networks and developments in regions such as Denmark, Germany, United States, Asia and the Middle East.
Bechtel at CCUS 2023
Bechtel’s Senior Business Development Manager Caroline Metcalf will chair the Dispatchable Power with CCS in the GB Electricity System session on the first day of the conference.