Future of Carbon Capture and Storage in the UK

14 January 2016

The Energy and Climate Change Committee holds a one-off evidence session into the implications of the recent announcements to cut recent Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) funding.


Wednesday 20 January 2016, the Thatcher Room, Portcullis House

At 9.30am

  • Richard Simon-Lewis, Financing Director, Capture Power
  • Professor Jon Gibbins, Director, UK CCS Research Centre
  • Luke Warren, Chief Executive, CCS Association
  • Chris Littlecott, Programme Leader, Fossil Fuel Transitions and CCS Technology, E3G
  • Neil Kenley, Director of Business Investment, Tees Valley Unlimited

Purpose of session

A variety of issues will be explored, including:

  • The implications of the recent announcement to cut CCS funding
  • Impact on investment in the UK
  • Cost and feasibility of CCS in the UK
  • The future role of CCS in the UK and globally

Further information

You can tweet @CommonsECC about #FutureUKCSS

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