Events

CO2 GEONET Open Forum

8-11 May 2017

As the targets of the Paris Agreement are translated into actions by countries worldwide, the need for large-scale deployment of CO2 Capture and Storage will become even more apparent.   To emphasise the critical role that CO2 storage is ready to play in climate change mitigation strategies, the 12th CO2GeoNet Open Forum will focus on driving CCS towards implementation and the role CO2 storage will play in hitting crucial low …

CCS APPG: AGM and meeting

Wednesday 19th October

This meeting of the Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) All Party Parliamentary Group will bring together Members of Parliament and external stakeholders, and will focus on the findings from the Parliamentary Advisory Group on CCS report, led by Lord Oxburgh. The agenda is as follows: Alex Cunningham MP will Chair the meeting Lord Oxburgh (Cross-bench) will present his group’s report Q&A The …

GCCSI: European CCS Forum

Thursday 13th October 2016

Global CCS Institute Members and other interested parties are invited to join senior government, industry, environmental, economic and academic leaders to discuss the role of CCS within current global action on climate change. The Forum has been established to encourage live knowledge sharing and networking opportunities with leading experts in CCS from Europe and beyond. The Forum includes insights in the Norwegian feasibility …

SCCS: Conference 2015

Wednesday 28th October 2015, 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh, 9 Queen St, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ

Mark Lewis to speak on behalf of Teesside Collective at the SCCS Conference. The role of Carbon Capture and Storage in averting the worst impacts of climate change is bigger and more fundamental than many yet realise. CCS delivers a viable route to competitive, low-carbon power and products, and remains the only option for deep emissions cuts from key industries. …

GCCSI: Forum 2015

Mark Lewis, on behalf of Teesside Collective, joined senior government, industry, environmental, economic and academic leaders to discuss the role of CCS within current global action on climate change. The Global CCS Institute Forum was established to encourage live knowledge sharing and networking opportunities with leading experts in CCS from Europe and beyond. The forum included a special UK case study …

UKCCSRC: CCS in the UK – Taking Stock, Strathclyde Biannual

Mark Lewis spoke at the  UKCCSRC Autumn Biannual Meeting 2015, held at Strathclyde University (Glasgow), 8-9 September 2015. Mark talked about the recently launched suite of reports which make the case for establishing an industrial CCS network in the Tees Valley. The presentation reviewed the conclusions and the next steps being pursued following the report. Click here to see a copy of …

Teesside Collective: Launch of Blueprint reports

Wednesday 1st July 2015

Over the past year, Teesside Collective has been developing the case for the establishment of Europe’s first carbon capture and storage (CCS) equipped industrial zone in Teesside. A unique collaboration between a cluster of major industrial employers and other interested organisations including BOC, GrowHow, Lotte Chemical, SSI, Tees Valley Unlimited, NEPIC and National Grid –  we are promoting Europe’s leading …

European Parliament: Breakfast event on industrial CCS

Tuesday 28th April 2015

Today, MEPs Jude Kirton-Darling (Labour, North East England) and Theresa Griffin (Labour, North West England) hosted an event in Strasbourg’s European Parliament to showcase examples of regional Industrial Carbon Capture Storage (ICCS) networks, which will allow large industrial greenhouse gases (GHG) emitters to join together and reduce their carbon footprint. Teesside Collective was highlighted for rapidly becoming the EU’s industrial CCS …

GCCSI webinar: The UK’s first industrial CCS cluster

Friday 24th April 2015, 8:30AM - 9:30AM

Organised by the Global CCS Institute, Sarah Tennison of Teesside Collective hosted a webinar to introduce Teesside Collective and talk about the project findings to date. The widespread application of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology on industrial processes such as steel, chemical and cement manufacturing, is increasingly recognised as a key priority for tackling CO2 emissions from these vital energy intensive industries. The industrial CCS initiative being …

British Geological Survey: Women in Energy 2015

Thursday 30th April 2015, 9:00AM - 5:30PM

Women with successful careers in science and engineering will be speaking at the second ‘Women in Energy’ conference, sharing their extensive experience and extending the knowledge of the audience on the wide range of careers in energy. The British Geological Survey (BGS) is organising and hosting the conference in partnership with the Midlands Energy Consortium (MEC). Confirmed speakers are: Margaret Stewart, British Geological Survey …