Carbon Capture & Storage Webinar Week
Be sure to join us for Carbon Capture & Storage Webinar Week
CO2 shipping and terminals. Future fuels.
Beginning Monday, 16 August, we will be holding a series of daily webinars focused on large-scale CO2 shipping and terminals, safety and the pathway to new fuels. Each webinar is meticulously researched and speaks to a key industry challenge, headache or opportunity. The webinars are designed to strike the right balance between transmission of key information and interaction with the expert panel assembled. Those who register will also receive copies of webinar materials post event.
Our discussions are focused, cover the advertised subjects, and deliver registrants actionable insights.
Registration is free, please sign up below.
To guarantee a position on one of the webinar panels, as either a premium partner or sponsored presenter and panellist, please speak with Ian Pow. A number of positions are made available throughout our webinar weeks for our commercial partners on a first come, first served basis.
Meeting the technical challenges of large-scale CO2 shipping and terminals
Date: Monday 16 August Time: 09:00-09:45 BST
Large-scale CO2 shipping will be integral to global decarbonisation strategies. To transport the increased volumes of CO2, the global fleet will need to ramp up in size and scale and CO2 terminals will need to be designed and operated. This presents both challenge and opportunity. As industry gears up for early-stage implementation will it need to start from scratch, or will it be able to draw on experience gained from the LNG and LPG industries?
Join us as we discuss
- Vessel design and technology requirements
- Engine and fuel options
- Energy use and cost estimates
- Retrofitting gas carriers to carry liquid CO2
- Operational considerations
- Cargo containment systems and cargo handling systems
- CO2 terminal requirements
- What can be applied from the LNG and LPG sectors
Karin Kuipers, Process Engineer, Anthony Veder Group
Michael Joos, Senior Consultant, Element Energy
How ship-based CCS supports the transition to future fuels
Date: Wednesday 18 August Time: 14:00-14:45 BST
Japanese research suggests onboard carbon capture systems could reduce emissions up to 90% by 2028. The implications for a vessel’s Energy Efficiency Index (EEXI) and Carbon Intensity Index (CII) are clear, and CCS could represent a giant leap forward towards achieving IMO’s 2050 decarbonisation goals. This webinar will delve into the detail behind this promising technology, including storage space required, capture rates expected and onshore reception facilities needed -- as well as associated costs and what transporting CO2 means for vessels.
Join us as we discuss
- Shipboard CO2 capture technologies
- CII and EEXI
- Design, technical and operational issues
- Economic considerations
- Retrofit options versus newbuild
- Where will we be in 2028?
Jan Boyesen, Senior Manager Green Transition, Maritime & Logistics Innovation Denmark (MARLOG)
A confirmation email will be sent after registration. A reminder will be sent with your access details no later than 72 hours before the events date and a further reminder will be sent 1 hour before the webinar is due to begin.
- During the webinar the identity of the attendees is confidential
- All attendees join the webinar with their microphone off
- We encourage questions to be sent during the webinar, the Moderator will raise these to the expert presenters
- A recording of the Webinar will be accessible at www.rivieramm.com/webinar-library following the live event taking place.