Partnering with Government, Industry, and Finance to Accelerate the Deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage

Event at 2022 NYC Climate Week
Tuesday 20 September, 09:00am - 1:00pm (Eastern Time)
Scandinavia House, 58 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016

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The Global CCS Institute and the Clean Energy Ministerial CCUS Initiative will be hosting a side event during the 2022 New York Climate Week, to discuss the opportunities for collaboration between Government, Industry and Finance sectors to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology to reduce emissions.

This event will include panel discussions on both the role of carbon capture in hard-to-abate industry sectors, and on the role that finance-sector organizations can play in accelerating CCS/CCUS. The event brings together senior leaders from government, hard-to-abate sectors, and labor unions, as well as commercial and development banks in order to build stronger bridges between crucial partners and to identify key issues and solutions to accelerate CCUS, as the world strives to transition to net-zero.

This event is held in-person only. It is free but registration is required.

We have lined up excellent expert panels - we look forward to seeing you in NYC!


20 Sept

EVENT AGENDA 09:00am - 1:00pm (all times US Eastern Time)

09:00    Coffee and networking 
09:30    Opening and welcome | Jarad Daniels, CEO, Global CCS Institute 
09:45    Panel discussion 1: Industry and CCUS
             - Bjørn Otto Sverdrup, Chair of Executive Committee, OGCI
             - Claude Loréa, Director, Global Cement and Concrete Association
             - Cory Channon, Director, International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
             - Moderator: Guloren Turan, General Manager, Global CCS Institute

11:00    Coffee and networking
11:20    New analysis: Incentivizing and financing CCUS in the United States

             - Presentation by Jeff Brown, Managing Director, Energy Futures Initiative
             - Commentary by Brad Crabtree, Assistance Secretary, US Department of Energy

11:40    Panel discussion 2: Finance and CCUS
             - Jonathan Sisto, Head of Energy Transition, Crédit Suisse
             - Ruth Hupart, Climate Business Strategy Officer, International Finance Corporation
             - Tony Yuen, Managing Director, Citi
             - Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative
             - Moderator: Juho Lipponen, Coordinator of CEM CCUS Initiative

12:55    Closing remarks         
  1:00    Close of event
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