Jan. 21, 2021


Description

This report answers the U.S. Secretary of Energy’s request for advice on the actions needed to deploy CCUS technologies at-scale in the United States. The report concludes that at-scale deployment requires strong collaboration between industry and government; improved policies, financial incentives and regulations; broad-based innovation and technology development; and increased understanding and confidence in CCUS to create a roadmap for achieving at-scale deployment over the next 25 years. Nigel will provide an overview of the report, along with a focus on the economics chapter methodology and results.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Nigel Jenvey  (Global Head of Carbon Management, GaffneyCline)
Speaker Nigel Jenvey (Global Head of Carbon Management, GaffneyCline)

Nigel has over 24 years of global oil and gas industry experience in technology, exploration, development and production operations with major oil and gas operating companies. He is an industry leader in Carbon Management and expert in Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) having previously held roles such as the …

Nigel has over 24 years of global oil and gas industry experience in technology, exploration, development and production operations with major oil and gas operating companies. He is an industry leader in Carbon Management and expert in Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) having previously held roles such as the chair of the CO2 Capture Project, chair of the North American CCS Association, program chair of the Society of Petroleum Engineers CCUS Technical Section, and most recently Alternate Chair to the National Petroleum Council CCUS Study Coordinating Subcommittee and peer reviewer to the International Energy Agency’s Oil and Gas in the Energy Transition and CCUS in Clean Energy Transitions reports. At Gaffney, Cline & Associates, Nigel leads the global Carbon Management practice to help customers de-risk continued investment in oil and gas through the energy transition by providing independent and confidential advice on carbon intensity, methane management, carbon markets and CCUS. Nigel graduated from Imperial College, London with a Master’s degree in Petroleum Engineering, and from The University of Leeds, UK with a Bachelor’s degree with honors in Mining Engineering. Nigel now lives in Houston, Texas with his wife and 2 children.

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Organizer

Lotanna Ohazuruike


Date and Time

Thu, Jan. 21, 2021

noon - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Webinar



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