CCUS

Get up to date about Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage.

Monday 7 November 2022, 10:00-16:00 (CET)

It’s a buzz phrase in the energy world these days: carbon capture, utilisation, and storage, or CCUS. The practice of capturing CO2 isn’t new – starting in the 1970s when it was already used for enhanced oil recovery.
Now, more than 40 metric tons of carbon dioxide are captured each year from CCUS facilities around the globe. And additional projects are on the way as companies and governments move to combat climate change. The expectation is that more than €50 billion will be spent on CCUS projects over the next few years.
However, before making any money, companies have to develop and build CCUS projects. Building a successful CCUS businesses at scale is going to take a combination of government policy, innovation, and partnership between companies and other organisations to create a robust CCUS market. ‘
During this highly interactive workshop Kasper Walet will tell all you need to know about carbon capture, how companies plan to use it and what the future outlook is.

Target groups
Professionals in a business, control or support function in the commodity and energy markets.

Learning objectives:
The current and future development of CCUS
What are the government policies
How to make money with CCUS
What are the key risks for CCUS development

Including:

  • Study materials (handout)
  • Lunch

Programme:
Global Status and Drivers CC(U)S
• CCS, CCU and CCUS
• CCUS and Clean Energy Transition
• Potential storage capacity
• Market potential
• Investment trends
CCUS Projects
• CCUS Market segment
• Lowest cost applications
• Hard to abate sectors
• Important Players
CCUS Economics
• Capture, Transport & Storage costs
• CCUS technologies among the cheapest abatement options
• Simplified Levelized Costs different technologies
• Cost reduction potential
• Role policy instruments
• Profitability CCUS
CCUS Value Creation
• Case study Shell
• Support Schemes
• Standalone Projects
• Pilot projects in CCUS Hubs
• Utilization Applications
• Game-Changing Capture Technologies
Key Risk factors
• CCUS facilities
• CCUS Project Complexity
• CCUS and commodity costs
• Certainty funding
• Policy support framework
• Development industry and demand

 



About the Lecturer

Kasper Walet, former trader, since 1997 consultant and trainer specialised in energy and commodity markets.



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Entrima and Market Abuse Centre (MAC) are the two labels we operate to provide learning services for professionals in the commodity & energy markets.
 
 


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