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. In this pivotal year for global action on climate change, Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) is focusing on CCS developments and progress in regional economies, including Scotland, to illuminate a pathway to CCS success.
This year’s event will be used to help forge the relationships needed to take decisive steps towards CCS deployment across the European Union.
Dave Robson, SSI UK
Andrew Green, Energy Technologies Institute
Duncan Kenyon, Pembina Institute
Mark Lewis, on behalf of Teesside Collective
Chris Bryceland, Scottish Enterprise
Bill Spence, Shell
Luke Warren, CCSA
Eric Redman, Summit Power
Emrah Durusut, Element Energy
Stuart Haszeldine, University of Edinburgh
Maxine Akhurst, British Geological Survey
David Vega-Maza, University of Aberdeen
Julia Race, University of Strathclyde
Eric Mackay, Heriot-Watt University
Stefano Brandani, University of Edinburgh
Jonathan Pearce, British Geological Survey
For more information on the event: http://www.sccs.org.uk/events/sccs-conference-2015