The Global CCS Institute (GCCSI) is an international think tank whose mission is to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS), a vital technology to tackle climate change and deliver climate neutrality.
Join the International CCS Knowledge Centre at this GCCSI workshop to discuss the latest developments in CCUS projects and policies globally, and how to create a commercial case for CCUS in Canada.
Wednesday January 29, 2019; 8am to 1pm.
Schlumberger Conference Centre
(Suite 200 – 125 9th Avenue SE) Calgary, Alberta
Registration, coffee and pastries starting at 8 am
Workshop from 9am-12pm.
Complimentary Networking Lunch to follow from 12-1pm.
This workshop will discuss the latest developments in CCUS projects and policies globally, and create a commercial case for CCUS in Canada.
8:00-9:00 Registration and refreshments
9:00-9:30 Global CCS Status Update - Jeff Erikson will present highlights from the recently released Global CCS Status Update
9:30-10:30 CCUS Policy
- A brief presentation covering the existing and planned policies that impact CCUS deployment in Canada
- A panel session with government, industry, and stakeholders to answer questions about CCUS policy
10:30-10:45 Refreshment Break
10:45-12:00 The Commercial Case for CCUS
- A brief presentation covering business models and economics for CCUS
- A panel session with government, industry, and stakeholders to answer questions about business models and the path to commercialize CCUS
12:00-1:00 Networking lunch
This workshop will be of particular interest to government policy makers, regulatory bodies, CCS project proponents and investors.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Jeff Erikson, General Manager Client Enegagment, Global CCS Institute
Jeff is responsible for ensuring the Institute's Members derive high value from their membership, as well as expanding the membership base and identifying fee-for-service opportunities. Prior to joining the Institute, Jeff was Director of Global Projects at the Carbon War Room, and international Global CCS Institute Workshop.
Jeff served as Senior Vice President at SustainAbility, a global think tank and strategic advisory firm. He spent 14 years at Mobil Oil and ExxonMobil Corporation, where he was responsible for projects and programs in multiple engineering specialities and across a broad range of environmental, health and safety issues. Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Bucknell University and is a professional engineer.