Panel: Challenges Across the CCUS Value Chain
George R. Brown Convention Center - Room 310
Tuesday, 12 March 2024, 10:55 a.m.–12:00 p.m. | Houston, Texas
This panel delves into the intricate landscape of Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) and the multifaceted challenges embedded in its value chain. As the imperative to mitigate carbon emissions intensifies, understanding the hurdles in the entire CCUS process—from capture to containment—becomes paramount.
This panel seeks to unravel the complexities associated with each stage of the CCUS value chain. Starting with the challenges of efficient carbon capture technologies, we will explore the evolving regulatory frameworks that shape CCUS implementation. The discussion will extend to the logistical intricacies of transportation, addressing the obstacles faced in moving captured carbon to suitable storage sites. Storage and containment, the final steps in the value chain, pose unique challenges that require a nuanced understanding. The session aims to dissect these challenges, examining issues related to site selection, integrity monitoring, and public perception.
Join us as experts in the field navigate through the nuances of CCUS, shedding light on the obstacles faced in capturing, regulating, transporting, and securely storing carbon. This panel promises an insightful exploration into the challenges hindering the seamless execution of CCUS technologies and strategies.
Moderator and Panelists
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