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Australian Carbon Capture, Utilisation & Storage Conference

Exploring the latest technology and project developments in the journey towards net-zero by 2050

18-19 August 2021 (AEST) | Virtually Delivered

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overview

With the Morrison Government’s recent announcement of an additional $539.2m for hydrogen and CCS in May’s budget, carbon capture is now a key part of Australia’s transition towards clean energy and carbon neutrality. One of the priority technologies in Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap, CCUS technology has been identified by the International Energy Agency (IEA) as the only large-scale mitigation option available that can deliver the additional CO2 emissions reductions that would be necessary to meet the climate goals in 2050.

Join us this August as industry leaders explore the developing CCUS story. This premier event will feature leading edge case studies on the latest development of CCUS technologies including Direct Air Capture (DAC) both in Australia and around the world whilst providing the ultimate platform to connect & network within the industry.

‘Morrison government flags $540m for hydrogen and carbon capture ahead of Biden summit’
– The Guardian, April 21, 2021

‘Accelerating carbon capture technologies’
– Federal Government, March 1, 2021

‘Elon And Exxon Agree: Carbon Capture Is Set To Explode In 2021’
– Forbes, Feb 4, 2021

speakers

Darren Greer

General Manager CTSCo, Glencore

Mark McCallum

Chief Executive Officer, Low Emission Technology Australia

Dr Matthias Raab

Chief Operating Officer, CO2 CRC

Alex Zapantis

General Manager – Commercial, Global CCS Institute

Steven Marshall

Operations Director – CarbonNet, Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions

Saul Kavonic

Head of Energy Research Australia, Credit Suisse

Dr Paul Feron

Science Leader, CSIRO Energy

Professor Peter Cook

Advisor on CCS, BPH

Rohan Gillespie

Managing Director, Southern Green Gas

Robert Niven

Chief Executive Officer & Founder, CarbonCure Technologies (Canada)

Daniel Zavattiero

General Manager – Climate and Energy, Minerals Council of Australia (MCA)

Sophia Hamblin Wang

Chief Operating Officer, Mineral Carbonation International (MCi) & and Director, CO2 Value Australia

Alan James

Chief Technology Officer, Storegga Geotechnologies (UK)

Matthew Holding

Study Manager, deepC Store Project, Transborders Energy

Vivek Srinivasan

Associate Director, CSIRO

Phil Hodgson

Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Calix Limited

Chris Way

Chief Executive Officer, Bridgeport Energy Limited

Alister Trier

Chairman - Gas Taskforce, Department of the Chief Minister and Cabinet, Northern Territory Government

Noreen Byrne

General Manager, People & Sustainability, Leigh Creek Energy

Cristian Bolda

General Manager, Operations, Leigh Creek Energy

Jeremy Stone

Non Executive Director & Advisor, J-Power Latrobe Valley

Andrew McConville

Chief Executive, Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA)

Birk Teuchert

Head of Business Development, Climeworks (Switzerland)

Professor Chris Greig

Senior Research Scientist at the Andlinger, Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton

Sally Torgoman

Managing Director – Energy, PwC Australia

David Lluis Madrid

Lead CCUS Analyst, BloombergNEF

Jayne Baird

Vice President Carbon Business, Woodside

James Hood

Senior Energy Analyst, Regal Funds Management

agenda

Agenda timing is Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

9:30 am

OPENING | Opening remarks from the Chair

Sally Torgoman, Managing Director – Energy, PwC Australia

POLICY & INVESTMENT

9:40 am

Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap is a strategy to accelerate development and commercialisation of low emissions technologies. This session will explore one of the priority technologies in Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap, CCS technology and how it can deliver the additional CO2 emissions reductions that would be necessary to meet the climate goals in 2050.

10:05 am

Investing in CCS in Australia

Mark McCallum, Chief Executive Officer, Low Emission Technology Australia

10:40 am

PANEL | Investor sentiment on carbon-intensive projects and carbon-reduction strategies

Saul Kavonic, Head of Energy Research Australia, Credit Suisse

James Hood, Senior Energy Analyst, Regal Funds Management

11:05 am

Networking and refreshment break

CCUS INITIATIVES

11:30 am

MCA’s Climate Action Plan and the importance of CCUS technology development

Daniel Zavattiero, General Manager – Climate and Energy, Minerals Council of Australia (MCA)

11:55 am

Norther Territory’s offshore CCUS potential in the Petrel Basin

Alister Trier, Chairman - Gas Taskforce, Department of the Chief Minister and Cabinet, Northern Territory Government

12:20 pm

Glencore’s CTSCo Project aims to demonstrate CCUS on an industrial scale in Queensland. It is Australia’s most advanced onshore CCUS project and is focused on:

  • Capturing CO2 from a coal-fired power station
  • Permanently storing the CO2 deep underground in the southern Surat Basin, about 230 kilometres West of Toowoomba

This project will bring valuable insight into the development of CCS in an industrially scalable, safe and cost-effective manner for all large-scale emitters of CO2.

12:45 pm

BPH’s proposed carbon storage component for the planned Baleen gas drilling program in the offshore Sydney Basin

Professor Peter Cook, Advisor on CCS, BPH

1:10 pm

Lunch and networking break

2:10 pm

The CarbonNet Project

Steven Marshall, Operations Director – CarbonNet, Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions

2:35 pm

The Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain Project (HESC) and the role that CCS will play

Jeremy Stone, Non Executive Director & Advisor, J-Power Latrobe Valley

3:00 pm

The Moonie CCUS Initiation Project could be the first truly CCUS project in Australia. The project will utilize 7 existing wells at Moonie (1 injector and 6 producers, with effective monitoring of the EOR operation from other existing wells. Initially, minimal CO2 is forecast to return to the surface with the produced oil. As the operation matures, sufficient CO2 will be separated from the produced fluids to warrant recycling it to the reservoir as part of the EOR operation. Recycling will involve compression and dehydration facilities to process the separated CO2 for its re-injection and ultimate sequestration. Moonie is well situated to be the centre of a Surat Basin CO2 Storage Hub, which can gather and sequester CO2 from several thermal coal fired power plants and materially reduce Australia’s emissions.

3:25 pm

Networking and refreshment break

DEVELOPMENTS IN DIRECT AIR CAPTURE TECHNOLOGY

3:45 pm

CSIRO perspective on Direct Air Capture in Australia

Dr Paul Feron, Science Leader, CSIRO Energy

4:10 pm

SGG project and your involvement in the development of solar-powered DAC technologies

Rohan Gillespie, Managing Director, Southern Green Gas

4:35 pm

This presentation will explore PBDE’s major projects including Acorn Project, which aims to tackle climate change by dealing with industrial CO2 emissions and other ‘hard to decarbonise’ sectors and act as an important catalyst for the next phase of the UK’s journey to Net Zero, as well as their role in deploying commercial DAC projects across the UK.

5:00 pm

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE | Case study: Orca - Climeworks’ new direct air capture and storage plant

Birk Teuchert, Head of Business Development, Climeworks (Switzerland)

5:25 pm

Closing remarks from the Chair

Agenda timing is Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

9:30 am

OPENING | Opening remarks from the Chair

Mark McCallum, Chief Executive Officer, Low Emission Technology Australia

9:35 am

Buildings generate nearly 40% of annual global greenhouse gas emissions, and the world’s building stock is expected to double by 2060. In order to shrink the carbon footprint of buildings, embodied carbon in new buildings must be reduced. This presentation will explore how carbon removal technology can reduce embodied carbon, making the concrete stronger whilst also eliminating the CO₂.

10:00 am

The Otway International Test Centre gives industry and academia the opportunity to investigate and overcome engineering challenges and assess technical performance under operational conditions, prior to embarking on a commercial CCUS projects.

10:30 am

Networking and refreshment break

11:00 am

This session will explore how CO2 emission scan be transformed into valuable materials that provide profitable decarbonisation pathways for the mining, manufacturing and energy sectors.

11:25 am

Carbon capture from cement & lime manufacturing

Phil Hodgson, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Calix Limited

11:50 am

  • Outlook for gas in the future energy mix
  • How gas will get Australia and the world to net zero faster
  • Australia’s opportunity to win the emissions technology race

12:15 pm

Unlocking CCS through Collaboration

Jayne Baird, Vice President Carbon Business, Woodside

12:40 pm

Lunch and networking break

1:25 pm

Remarks from the Afternoon Chair

Alex Zapantis, General Manager – Commercial, Global CCS Institute

1:30 pm

Global CCUS developments, and how CCUS can help Australia work towards achieving net-zero emissions

Professor Chris Greig, Senior Research Scientist at the Andlinger, Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton

1:55 pm

Leigh Creek Energy's CCS component for its planned project in SA

Noreen Byrne, General Manager, People & Sustainability, Leigh Creek Energy

Cristian Bolda, General Manager, Operations, Leigh Creek Energy

2:20 am

  • Overview of deepC Store, the Australian floating CCS development
  • Competitive advantages of the deepC Store approach
  • Leveraging Partnerships to deliver success

2:45 pm

Vivek Srinivasan will share findings from CSIRO’s recent CO2 Utilisation Roadmap which explores emerging opportunities presented by carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) technologies for Australia that could support new industries and reduce carbon emissions. The Roadmap was developed with extensive national and international consultation, and undertook modelling and analysis to determine the key advantages, barriers and considerations to support scale-up for identified areas of CCU opportunity that Australia could pursue.

3:00 pm

BNEF's independent analysis and outlook for the CCUS sector

David Lluis Madrid, Lead CCUS Analyst, BloombergNEF

3:25 pm

Closing remarks from the Chair & END OF CONFERENCE

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31 Dec2021 - 01 Jan 2022

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