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“ The UK energy sector it at pivotal time, with major projects now going to FID (Final Investment Decision) it’s time for government and industry to take forward action. The UK can showcase itself as a world leader within energy transition to replicate the cluster model approach globally and be a thought leader. ”

The UK energy sector it at pivotal time, with major projects now going to FID (Final Investment Decision) it’s time for government and industry to take forward action. The UK can showcase itself as a world leader within energy transition to replicate the cluster model approach globally and be a thought leader.

The 6th UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will be assessing the challenges and highlighting the opportunities available within the energy transition sector. Most projects are the 1st of their kind, assessing and analysing the lessons learnt from these are key for new project developers. Other topics to be discussed are bankability of projects, planning and consent, workforce, and supply chain challenges. As well as this connecting the upstream with the downstream sector and end users, how CCU can create a circular economy for the hard to abate sectors.

The 6th UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will focus on the implementation of CCS & CCUS within industrial operations and how hydrogen can decarbonise industry and transport. The summit will bring together 750+ government officials, regulators, key industry stake holders, leading academia, and service companies. This will be accompanied alongside a side exhibition of 60+ exhibitors showcasing innovative CCS, CCU and hydrogen technologies and services.

Sessions One and Two

Session 1 The Need to Scale Up NetZero

Globally the Paris Climate Change Initiative targets for 2025 have not been achieved. It’s now imperative that urgent action and progress is taken. Within this session we will review projects that have recently progressed through FID (Final Investment Decision). The government and industry collaboration to excel energy transition and low carbon projects.

Schedule:

  • 9:00 Welcome Address: Callum Flynn, Chief Executive, Chameleon Energy Consultants
  • 9:05 Chairs opening Address: Stuart Broadley, Chief Executive, EIC
  • 9:10 Ministerial invitation
  • 9:30 Ruth Herbert, Chief Executive, CCSA
  • 9:50 EET Fuels Case Study
  • 10:10 NZT Case Study
  • 10:30 Dave Kid, Commercial Director, Shell Catalyst & Technologies
  • 10:50 Q&A
  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking Break

Session 2 Conception to Commercialisation

With Pre-FEED and FEED studies now accomplished its now time to address the new commercial challenges and how project developers, asset owners, investors and the supply chain need to collaborate. Within this session we will discuss the operational challenges, looking at lessons learnt from other sectors to ensure the UK can maximise the opportunity it has to decarbonise via CCUS & hydrogen.

Schedule:

  • 11:45 Max Peile, Senior Principal Consultant, io consulting

    “As the first UK CCUS and CCUS-enabled hydrogen projects embark on construction,
    commissioning and start-up this decade, there will be keen interest on how these projects are
    delivered in the real world and their early operational performance versus the costs and
    revenues modelled at FID, not only to ensure value for money but also to bring greater certainty
    to the second stage of project deployment. This presentation from io consulting, considers the
    project planning and execution practices adopted for such first of a kind projects and the
    outlook for project competitiveness and predictability as the sector rapidly develops.”
  • 12:05 What obstacles & challenges need to be addressed to accelerate Energy Transition
    between EPC’s. Project Developers & Investors Panel discussion

    Moderator: Stacey Collins, Partner, Pinsent Masons
  • 12:40 What challenges do project developers face to receive planning and consent for new
    projects? Panel Discussion

    Kay Champion, Decarbonisation Manager, Environment Agency
  • 13:10 Lunch & Networking Break

Sessions Three and Four

Session 3 CCU for Hard to Abate Sectors

Within this session we will discuss the “U” (utilisation) of CCUS. The hard to abate sectors cement, glass, paper & pulp, and steel have a different challenge than other industries. The C02 utilisation process is crucial for their chemical feedstock to ensure they can create a commercial low carbon circular economy.

Schedule:

  • 14:10 Chairs Opening address: Stuart Broadley, CEO, EIC
  • 14:15 Case Study
  • 14:35 Case Study
  • 14:55 CCU Hard to Abate Circular Economy Panel Discussion

    Tom White, Chief Executive, C-Capture
  • 15:30 Coffee & Networking Break

Session 4 CCS Pipeline & Infrastructure

This session will review how the UK pipeline infrastructure and offshore assets need to berepurposed for CCS storage and transportation. You will hear from project developers and license holders on their CCS strategy.

Schedule:

  • 15:45 North Sea Transition Authority
  • 16:05 Viking CCS Case Study
  • 16:25 Case Study
  • 16:45 Case Study
  • 17:05 Q&A
  • 17:15 Evening Drinks Reception

Sessions One and Two

Session 1 - Hydrogen Production and End Uses

This session will review the development of hydrogen production projects across the UK over the next 12-18 months. The session will also address industrial hydrogen off take or MoU agreements.

Schedule:

  • 9:00 Welcome Address Callum Flynn, Chief Executive, Chameleon Energy Consultants
  • 9:05 Chairs Opening Address
  • 9:10 Project Developer Case Study
  • 9:30 Shell Case Study
  • 9:50 Case Study
  • 10:10 Q&A
  • 10:20 Hydrogen production and connecting production with industrial uses, what are the
    commercial challenges? Panel Discussion

    Moderator: DWF Law
  • 11:00 Coffee & Networking break
  • 11:45 Industrial User Case Study
  • 12:05 Green hydrogen production Case Study
  • 12:25 Case Study
  • 12:45 Case Study
  • 13:05 Q&A
  • 13:15 Lunch and Networking break

Session 2 - Hydrogen Grid Storage & Efficiency

National Gas Transmission outlined Project Union which detailed how the UK energy infrastructure needed to be repurposed for new energy demands. This session will review the challenges associated to hydrogen storage, pipeline repurposing, hydrogen blending into the current national grid. Other subjects to be discussed will be hydrogen metering and hydrogen and how digitalisation can play a key part in grid energy efficiency.

Schedule:

  • 14:15 Chairs opening address:
  • 14:20 Gas operator Case Study
  • 14:30 Case Study
  • 14:50 Operator Case Study
  • 15:10 Coffee & Networking Break

Sessions Three and Four

Session 3 - Port Exportation & Importation Infrastructure

With many ports across the UK now enabling energy transition, this session will review the opportunities for the UK to export or import ammonia, liquified hydrogen or methanol as a hydrogen carrier. The session will also review what infrastructure is needed and what challenges need to be addressed.

Schedule:

  • 14:30 Case Study
  • 15:50 Case Study
  • 16:10 Exportation and importation challenges and opportunities for UK ports Panel Discussion

    ABP Ports

    Air Products

    Port of Milford Haven
  • 17:00 End of conference

Bus & HGV’s Breakout Seession

With local authorities having their own decarbonisation pathway and transportation being an integral part of this. We will review the different hydrogen bus projects across the UK, the challenges that they face and opportunities that are available. We will also cover how HGV’s can be converted to reduce their carbon transportation footprint.

Schedule:

  • 11:45 Local Authority Case study
  • 12:00 Case Study
  • 12:15 Operator Case Study
  • 12:30 Q&A

Sessions Five and Six

Rail Breakout Session

The UK Government have been recommending the public look at their carbon footprint and promoting public transport as a great way to help reduce the UK’s carbon emissions. With extensive rail networks already across the UK, converting trains to hydrogen would dramatically reduce transportation carbon footprint. This session will review the operator’s challenges to this and what is needed from government and industry to support this transition.

Schedule:

  • 12:35 Operator Case Study
  • 12:50 Case Study
  • 13:05 Q&A
  • 13:15 Lunch & Networking

Aviation Breakout Session

With aviation being the biggest emitter of carbon within transportation, this session will review how hydrogen or CCUS can help decarbonise the aviation sector. You will hear from different project developers, operators, and industry on how hydrogen or CCUS can provide sustainable aviation fuels (SAF).

Schedule:

  • 14:20 Operator Case Study
  • 14:30 Case Study
  • 14:50 Operator Case Study
  • 15:10 Coffee & Networking Break

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