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Carbon Capture and Storage: does it have a future?

Date: 6 March 2014

Co-organisersProfessor Ragnar Lofstedt, King’s College London and Professor Richard Macrory, University College London

To view the slides from this event, please follow the links below:

Implementation of the CCS Directive in Poland

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Presentation by Jerzy Jendroska, Opole University

Management of Offshore CO2 Geological Storage Rights in the United Kingdom

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Presentation by Dr Ward Goldthorpe, Crown Estate

New Lens Scenarios: CO2 and Climate Change

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Presentation on the long term challenge of managing emissions by David Hones, Chief Climate Change Advisor, Group CO2 Shell

Public Perceptions about CCS

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Presentation by Professor Wandi Bruine de Bruin, Centre for Design Research, Leeds University Business School

The do's and dont's - A Norwegian experience of state involvement in CCS - the Mongstad Project

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Presentation by Dag Erlend Henriksen & Ingvold Ombudstvedt, Arntzen de Besche

The Global Context

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Presentation by Ian Havercroft, Global CCS Institute

The role for Carbon Capture and Storage in climate change mitigation

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Presentation by Sir Mark Walport, Chief Scientist, UK Government

The State of Global CCS Communications

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Presentation by David Reiner, University of Cambridge

The State of Play: CCS UK, EU, Global

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Presentation by Stuart Haszeldine, University of Edinburgh

For more information on this event please contact policy-institute-events@kcl.ac.uk

 

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