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Carbon Capture and Storage

This scientific conference brought together geoscientists and reservoir engineers seeking to understand and quantify capacity, integrity and injectivity of CO2 storage processes.

The conference concluded with a panel debate, at which the conference delegates were joined by an invited audience of those from government, industry, regulators, NGOs and others involved in planning and policy-making. A distinguished panel led a discussion of the policy-making, regulatory, economic and social context for CCS, and the broader implications of the issues discussed over the previous two days, chaired by conference convenor Professor Jon Gluyas. The panellists were:

Dr David Reiner (Senior Lecturer in Technology Policy, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge)
Professor Richard Macrory (Professor of Environmental Law, University College London)
Mr Mervyn Wright (Technical Lead, CCS Demonstration Project, Department of Energy and Climate Change)
Dr Bryan Lovell (Senior Researcher, University of Cambridge / President of the Geological Society)

Speakers included:

Stuart Haszeldine, University of Edinburgh
Mercedes Maroto-Valer, University of Nottingham
Dermot Roddy, University of Newcastle
Peter Styring, University of Sheffield/CO2 Net


Click on the links below to download the speaker presentations. The abstract book and programme are also available.



Carbon Capture and Storage

Event details

Date: 22 - 23 November 2011
Venue: The Geological Society, London


Jon Gluyas (University of Durham)
Peter Kukla (RWTH Aachen University)
John Kaldi (CO2CRC Australia)
Hannes Leetaru (ISGS, Illinois)
Michael Stevenson (BGS)
Martin Blunt (Imperial College)
Richard Worden (University of Liverpool)