COMMONS

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.

Witnesses

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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