Funding CCS in Developing Countries
25th May 2021
10:00 Melbourne | 09:00 Tokyo | 08:00 Beijing | 17:00 San Francisco (May 24th)
Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCS) is vital to solving the climate crisis, which experts believe will require the world’s emissions to reach net-zero by 2050. To achieve this, the International Energy Agency’s Sustainable Development Scenario (SDS) estimates that ±9% of the world’s emissions reductions must come as a result of deployment of CCS across numerous sectors – requiring a lot more projects all around the world.
Developing countries represent high risk environments for investments in CCS, which create funding gaps for projects. This in turn poses a significant risk to the timely deployment of this vital technology. It is the role of climate finance to help close such funding gaps.
This interactive webinar will examine how CCS projects can be structured in order to benefit from the different climate finance options currently available to support their deployment around the world. Based on a recent report from the Global CCS Institute, this webinar is for anyone interested in executing CCS projects in developing countries, with a particular focus on South East Asia.
- Ian Havercroft, Principal Consultant Policy, Legal and Regulatory, Global CCS Institute
- Dominic Rassool, Senior Consultant - Policy and Finance, Global CCS Institute
- Andrey Chicherin, Senior Project Finance Specialist, GCF Private Sector Facility
- Koji Takahashi, Deputy Director, Global Environment Partnership Office, METI
- Dr. Mohammad Rachmat Sule, Lecturer Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering,
Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) - Indonesia