Reducing Industrial Emissions through Carbon Capture and Storage

Reducing Industrial Emissions through Carbon Capture and Storage

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Clayton Hotel Cork City

Lapp's Quay

T12 RD6E Cork

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Half-day seminar on industrial carbon capture and storage, followed by a buffet lunch, presented by the REALISE H2020 project

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Reducing Industrial Emissions through Carbon Capture and Storage

Agenda – 12 May 2022

09:00 Welcome and opening remarks

Niall Dunphy, Senior Research Fellow, School of Engineering & Architecture / Environmental Research Institute, UCC, Ireland

09:10 Contextualising decarbonisation

Breffní Lennon, Research Fellow, Environmental Research Institute UCC, Ireland

09:30 Introduction to Carbon Capture & Storage

Philippa Parmiter, Programme Manager, Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage, UK

10:00 Relevance of CCS for refining

Damien Valdenaire, Science Executive for Refinery Technology, Concawe, Belgium

10:40 Coffee Break

11:00 REALISE CCS project

Inna Kim, Senior Research Scientist and REALISE project Coordinator, SINTEF, Norway

11:30 Socio-political context - CCS Readiness Index

Matthew Loughrey, Senior Consultant, Global Carbon Capture & Storage Institute, Australia

12:00 Engaging the public on infrastructure

Paola Velasco-Herejón, Postdoctoral Researcher, Environmental Research Institute UCC, Ireland

12:30 Lunch

About the REALISE Project

REALISE CCUS is an ambitious three-year project to support decarbonisation of oil refining through carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS), a critical technology in the net-zero transition. It brings together partners from science and industry in Europe, China and South Korea to demonstrate the full CCUS chain – from CO2 capture, transport and geological storage to CO2 reuse – for industrial clusters centred on refineries.

for more information see https://realiseccus.eu

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