The Energy and Climate Change Committee will take evidence on Carbon Capture and Storage on Tuesday 15 October 2013 in Committee Room 15, Palace of Westminster.
Panel 1 at 9.30am:
- Luke Warren, CEO, Carbon Capture & Storage Association
- Professor Stuart Haszeldine, Director, Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage
- Chris Littlecott, Senior Policy Adviser, E3G
- Dr Ward Goldthorpe, Programme Manager, The Crown Estate
Panel 2 at 10.30am:
- Sam Gomersall, Founding Director, CO2Deepstore
- Jane Paxman, Policy and Communications Director, 2CO Energy
- Bill Spence, Vice President, Strategic Issues, Shell International
- Richard Simon-Lewis, Head of Finance, Capture Power
- Jeremy Nicholson, Director, Energy Intensive Users Group
Timings are approximate.
Topics to be covered
The session will explore a range of issues, including:
- The Potential benefits of CCS to the UK;
- Barriers frustrating CCS development; and
- An assessment of EU and UK CCS policy drivers.