CLIMIT Summit 2019 is fully booked

   
The CLIMIT Summit 2019, which will be organized in Oslo February 26-27, is now fully booked. See the complete programme below.
 

Day 1 - 26 February

09:00 - 10:00 Registration

10:00 - 10:05 Song performance - Linnéa

10:05 - 10:15 Introduction: Hans Jørgen Vinje, Head of CLIMIT and Arvid Nøttvedt, CLIMIT Chairman

10:15 - 10:20 Practical information by conference moderator Kristin Halvorsen, CICERO

10:20 - 12:00 The political backdrop and the importance of research for CCS

"How can CLIMIT contribute to the commercialization of CCS?
" - Minister of Petroleum and Energy Kjell-Børge Freiberg 

"The Importance of CCS for Europe" -Patrick Child, Deputy Director General, Energy, DG Research, European Commission

"The Importance of CCS for The United States"- Angelos Kokkinos, Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Clean Coal & Carbon Management, US Department of Energy

"What has research contributed to CCS?"  - Nils A. Røkke, EVP Sustainability SINTEF and Chairman EERA

" The Importance of CCS Research" - John-Arne Røttingen, Chief Executive, The Research Council of Norway

"How does CLIMIT contribute to the Norwegian full scale project?" - Trude Sundset, CEO Gassnova

Conversation on stage, Trude Sundset & John-Arne Røttingen

12:00 - 13:00 Lunch

13:00 - 14:30 From CLIMIT to full scale CCS

"The Importance of CCS for Process Industry, Roadmap for Industry. Focus on CCS in Process Industry, Supporting Full Scale" - Jeanette Iren Moen, Norwegian Federation of Industries

" Total's Climate strategy, CCUS and 3D Project" - David Nevicato, Total CCUS Research Programme Manager

" Hydrogen decarbonization with CCS" - Hildegunn Blindheim, Climate Director Norwegian Oil and Gas

"CO2 storage for Europe" - Sverre Overå, Northern Light Project Director, Equinor

Cases: Jan Gabor; CO2 Hub Nordland , Lars Petter Maltby; Eyde Cluster, Mattias Bakcmark; Preem, Torleif Madsen; Fjell Technology, Torkild Reinertsen, REINERTSEN New Energy AS

Conversation on stage, Moen, Nevicato, Blindheim, Overå & Vinje

14:30 Break

15:00 - 18:00 Presentation of selected CLIMIT projects and TCM in 4 parallel sessions (incl. 30 min break)

Parallel CLIMIT Sessions.pdf

TCM parallel session.pdf

19:00 Aperitif

19:30 Dinner

Day 2 - 27th of February

09:00 - 09:15 Introduction

09:15 - 09:40 Financing

"Business Models for CCS, Climate Risk, Road Map for the Financial Industry"

Conversation on stage - with Idar Kreutzer, CEO Finance Norway and Thina Saltvedt, Chief Analyst, Sustainable Finance, Nordea

09:50 - 11:00 «Pitching» of 40 CLIMIT projects including break (Replaces poster sessions)

Programme Pitching Session.pdf

11:00 - 11:30 Break

11:30 - 12:45 EU Session

• The EU Energy Plan (SET Plan) /EU Implementation Plan for CCUS: William Christensen, Ministry of Petroleum and Industry

• Projects of Common Interest, Steve Murphy, Pale Blue Dot Ltd

• International cooperation through FME NCCS, Mona Mølnvik, SINTEF Energy

• ECCSEL - Joint European Research Infrastructure, Sverre Quale, NTNU

• The ACT project ALIGN - from research to full scale, Hans Aksel Haugen, SINTEF

• ACT project ELEGANCY - Hydrogen and CCS, Svend T. Munkejord, SINTEF

12:45 - 13:00 Conversation on stage, Hans Jørgen Vinje & Rune Volla

13:00 - 14:00 Lunch

14:00 Side event on Storage as part of US-Norway MOU initiative

Theme: Storage accelerator & learnings from Northern Lights project

Format: Short invited talks (10 mins max) with plenty of time for discussion after each

Agenda:

Welcome and overview – Darin Damiani/Phil Ringrose/Åse Slagtern

Global storage developments theme:

  • CLIMIT Progamme overview - Arvid Nøttvedt, CLIMIT Chairman
  • Data sharing update – Grethe Tangen, SINTEF
  • Global perspectives on offshore storage – Tip Meckel, University of Texas
  • US storage projects update – Michael Godec, ARI
  • US onshore CCUS projects – Charles Gorecki, UNEERC 
  • UK developments offshore storage – Steve Murphy, Pale Blu Dot Energy

Break

Northern lights theme:

  • Update from Northern Lights project – Peter Zweigel, Equinor
  • Challenges of understanding CO2 plume dynamics – Phil Ringrose, Equinor
  • Understanding faults – Elin Skurtveit, Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI)
  • Monitoring offshore seismicity – Volker Oye, NORSAR
  • Marine environmental monitoring – Ann Blomberg, NGI
  • Well integrity issues – Malin Torsæter, SINTEF
  • Offshore technology for CCS – Pål Helge Nøkleby, Aker Solutions

Wrap-up discussion and pointers for the future – Phil Ringrose

17:00 End of programme



 


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