9th Annual DC Forum on CCS
3rd March 2020
Location(s): Washington DC
The California Low Carbon Fuel Standard and 45Q are driving a new wave of carbon capture projects in the US. Dozens of projects will be moving from concept to development in the next couple of years, as the new economics of carbon capture become clear. Numerous sectors will take part, with projects advancing in power, industrials and transportation fuels.
This next wave of projects will benefit from previous investments in carbon capture, but technology and business models will evolve at a rapid pace. How will this play out, and what does it mean for individual companies, communities, and investors? Will the coming wave be a harbinger of the enormous growth anticipated - and required - to meet climate goals? And what else can be done to support the growth of the carbon capture industry in the US?
Please join the Global CCS Institute and stakeholders from across the private sector, the government, and the NGO community to discuss how we supersize the next wave of carbon capture projects.
Dr. Andrew Steer, President and CEO of WRI, will be one of the keynotes at this annual event.
Agenda Topics to Include:
Tech Spotlights from companies driving carbon capture innovation
Communicating the value of CCS
Commercializing geological storage
International perspectives - new projects on the global stage
Funding the next wave of projects
Other Speakers will include:
Brad Page, CEO, Global CCS Institute
Julio Friedman, Senior Research Scholar at the Center for Global Energy Policy, Columbia University
Rich Powell, Executive Director, ClearPath
Jason Lanclos, State Energy Officer, State of Louisiana
Mark Rigby, Vice President, Finance DTE Energy
Moji Karimi, CEO, Cemvita Factory
Additional speakers to be announced
This is an invitation only event.