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CCUS in the Decade Ahead

CCUS in the Decade Ahead

During this pivotal decade in the fight against climate change, one carbon abatement sector stands out: CCUS. This vital tool is crucial in achieving net-zero targets and reducing carbon emissions. However, the pace of CCUS deployment is closely linked to national and international regulation, as well as Government support. Globally, we expect to see capture capacity ramp up in the second half of the decade ahead, so successful execution of storage projects to permanently sequester captured carbon is essential. But with a considerable portion of the CCUS project pipeline currently in the early development or prospect stages, there’s still uncertainty around meeting carbon removal targets.

 

In this session we’ll look at global investment into CCUS in the next decade, Canada’s position in the global landscape and explore Canadian specific prospects and projects.

 

Registration closes on June 17 at 8AM MDT.

  • Date/Time

    Tuesday, June 18, 2024

     

    Registration: 11:45 AM MDT

    Start Time: 12:00 PM MDT

    End Time: 1:00 PM MDT

  • Location

    Calgary Petroleum Club | 319 5 Ave SW, Calgary, AB, T2P 0L5

    *This event will be hosted in-person only, and will not be recorded.

  • Speaker Bio

    April Read, P.Geo.

    Senior Analyst, CCUS Research, Wood Mackenzie

     

    April joined Wood Mackenzie in September 2019 as a Senior Analyst for the Canada Upstream Research team. She focused on developing asset valuations, engaging with industry players, and cultivating Canada specific research, including the launch of the region’s first ESG insight. April then moved on to manage the Global Unconventional Play Service, designing a strategic plan for the product. After joining the Subsurface team, she helped build a global discovered resources research offering. Today, as part of the CCUS Research team, April leads analysis on licensing and permitting in the Americas, developing storage cost models, and delving into the subsurface aspects of CO2 storage.

    Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, April worked as a Senior Geologist at several junior to intermediate oil and gas companies. Her experience includes planning and executing drilling projects, discovering missed revenue generation opportunities, and recommending potential projects and acquisitions.

    April holds an MBA with Distinction from Cornell University and a BSc (Specialization in Geology) from the University of Alberta. She is also registered as a Professional Geologist in the province of Alberta

  • **Please Note

    Lunch will be served. Please be sure to include your dietary restrictions during the online registration process so we can do our best to accommodate.

     

    An event reminder will be sent the day before and the morning of the event.

C$62.00Price
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