All-Energy 2018

  • Wednesday, 02 May 2018 09:00 Thursday, 03 May 2018 17:00

Venue: SEC, Glasgow

This year's All-Energy conference, the largest clean energy gathering in the UK, features two sessions on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). The first will explore the role of CCS in Scottish and UK climate action and provides updates on projects under development in Scotland. The second will consider how cutting-edge research is helping to meet the challenges of delivering CCS in the UK and further afield.

All-Energy is free to attend and refreshments will be provided by SCCS during the short networking break between sessions. Register now.



Carbon capture & storage 1: Pathways to a low carbon future 14:00 - 15:30, Gala Room

Chair: Professor Stuart Haszeldine OBE, Professor of Carbon Capture and Storage, University of Edinburgh, SCCS

Achieving net zero carbon balance by 2050, Stuart Haszeldine OBE, Professor of Carbon Capture and Storage, University of Edinburgh, SCCS,

Scotland’s CCS projects:

Caledonia Clean Energy Project: Feasibility study findings, Stephen Kerr, Project Director, Caledonia Clean Energy Project

Planting an Acorn to support a clean growth strategy, Steve Murphy, Finance Director, Pale Blue Dot Energy

Delivering Scotland’s energy and climate ambitions, Stuart McKay, Scottish Government

Is there still a case for CCS? Grant Spence, Chairman, Power Industries Division Board, IMechE

Q&A and panel discussion


15:30-16:00 Networking & refreshment break (provided by SCCS)


Carbon capture & storage 2: Meeting the challenges of CCS delivery 16:00 - 17:30 Gala Room

Chair: Stuart McKay, Scottish Government

CO₂ storage for low-carbon industrial growth, heating and transport (also introducing ERA-NET ACT projects), Maxine Akhurst, Principal Geologist & Project Leader, British Geological Survey

Impact of Brine Production on Aquifer Storage of Captured CO₂, Eric Mackay, Energi Simulation Industrial Research Chair, Heriot-Watt University

New technology developments for CO₂ storage, Ceri Vincent, Principal Geophysicist, British Geological Survey

Scaling up capture technologies for real project, Colin Snape, Director of EPSRC Centre of Doctoral Training in CCS and Cleaner Fossil Energy, University of Nottingham

Operational flexibility of CCS systems, Thomas Spitz, PhD candidate, University of Edinburgh

A zero-emissions CO₂ power cycle with energy storage services, Charlotte Mitchell, PhD Student, Edinburgh University, Institute for Energy Systems

Closing remarks, Stuart Haszeldine OBE, Professor of Carbon Capture and Storage, University of Edinburgh, SCCS


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