Multilateral development banks
as drivers for CCUS

Webinar by Clean Energy Ministerial CCUS Initiative

Thursday 3 March 2022, 13:00 - 14:00 CET

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Carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies can play a key role in decarbonising various industrial sectors across the world. The deployment of CCUS must accelerate in both developed and emerging economies.
Multilateral development banks can play an important role in driving CCUS as part of their clean energy and decarbonisation policies. Many of them already have significant experience in assisting countries on carbon capture projects and in providing technical assistance and advice. But how do the banks see CCUS as a large-scale investment opportunity? What is needed from donor and recipient countries to boost the activity of MDBs in the area of CCUS?
In this webinar, we are joined by experts from the World Bank, Asian Development Bank and European Investment bank to discuss the catalytic role that MDBs can have to drive CCUS deployment forward.


3 Mar

EVENT AGENDA (all times Central European Time)

13:00    Opening and welcome | CEM CCUS Initiative 
13:05    Multilateral Development Banks as Drivers for CCUS | Discussion with:
             Natalia Kulichenko-Lotz, Senior Energy Specialist, World Bank
             Priyantha Wijayatunga, Energy Sector Chief, Asian Development Bank
             Jacek Podkanski, Senior Energy Specialist, European Investment Bank
             Discussion moderated by: Stig Svenningsen, Deputy Director-General, Ministry of Petroleum
             and Energy, Norway

13:45    Audience Q&A         
14:00    Close of event
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