Extending the life of the North Sea - building a CO2 utilisation and storage industry

Make the CCS business work 0

Wednesday, January 18, 2012, London, The Geological Society

Do you think that carbon capture and storage is a dead idea? Think again. At our Jan 18th London forum, for just £100, you can hear from the people who are actually turning CCJ into a business - without being dependent on government support which may or may not happen - or who have viable business proposals to use carbon capture to extend the life of the North Sea by decades, leading to enormous increases in business, jobs and revenue to the British government.

Hear from companies like Altona Energy, which are securing financing from Beijing for a coal mine, coal to liquids plant with carbon dioxide storage in Adelaide, Australia, producing diesel with very low carbon emissions at just $0.33 a litre of diesel.

The event gives a discussion format to give you plenty of opportuntiy to ask the experts how they get over the hurdles for CCS - regulatory, financing, convincing investors of the long term business plan - so you can get answers to your questions which your company has about how the industry might emerge.

Learn about business opportunities carbon storage might offer for subsurface specialist firms.

We're not going to hype carbon capture and storage - there are no certainties that it will develop into a large business - but provide you with the advice and information you can go back to your company and help assess the chances, and help get your business as well aligned as possible for the business opportunities with might develop over the coming decade.

Carbon capture and storage is a fast moving industry - many people think it is moving fast off the agenda - but the truth is different - it could be a large scale industry very quickly.

For just a £100 ticket, you can get a seat in one of the world's potentially fastest growing and most exciting industries. Limited places, register now to secure yours.

Agenda

9:00 Arrivals and Registration

9:30

David Bamford - - New Eyes Exploration

Welcome


David Bamford is well known around the oil & gas industry both as an explorer and a geophysicist. He holds a Physics degree from the University of Bristol and a Ph.D in Geological Sciences from the University of Birmingham.

Since 2004, he has been a non-executive director at Tullow Oil plc, being recruited for this position especially for his exploration knowledge. He serves on the Nominations and Remuneration Committees, and was chairman of the latter, and Senior Independent Director, for 3 years prior to his retire from the board at the end of April 2014.

He was on the board of Premier Oil from May 2014 to May 2016.

He retired from BP plc in 2003, his last four positions being Chief Geophysicist (1990-1995), Business Unit Leader (General Manager) for first West Africa and then Norway (1995-1999), and finally Head of Exploration until 2003.

He has served on the boards of Paras Ltd, a small exploration and IS/IT consulting company in which he held 22% equity, until its sale to RPS Energy in 2008 and Welltec a/s, a Danish well engineering company, as the nominee of the private equity investor Riverside.
From 2012 to 201 he was on the board of ASX-quoted Australia Oriental Energy as a non-executive director.

He was a founder of Richmond Energy Partners, a small oil & gas research house, and several media companies that focus on the oil & gas sector, and has served as an advisor to Alliance Bernstein, Opus Executive, the Parkmead Group plc, and Kimmeridge Energy LLP. Since retiring from BP, he has undertaken asset and company valuation projects for investment banks, hedge funds and small oil companies.

New Eyes Exploration
New Eyes Exploration, founded by David Bamford, explores new ways to discover Oil and Gas.
9:40

Gardiner Hill - Chairman - CCSA & BP

Introduction to moderated session & panel discussion


Responsible for developing strategy and providing advise on Carbon Management and CCS across BP group of companies. Principle external facing person from BP on the matter of CCS. Chairman of the board of the Carbon Capture and Storage Industry Aassociation, based in London.

CCSA & BP
From its base in London the Carbon Capture & Storage Association brings together specialist companies in manufacturing & processing, power generation, engineering & contracting, oil, gas & minerals as well as a wide range of support services to the energy sector such as law, banking, consultancy and project management.

The Association is a model for sectoral cooperation in business development and its existence is welcomed by government.
9:50

Jon Gluyas - Chairman of Board of Studies & Professor in CCS - Durham University

The North Sea's CCS opportunity


Durham University
Durham University is a world-class university in two locations: in the city of Durham and at our Queen's Campus in Stockton. In both locations the University is engaged in:

* high-quality teaching and learning
* advanced research and partnership with business
* regional and community partnerships and initiatives
* services for conferences, events and visitor accommodation.

The University is collegiate, with colleges providing residential, social and welfare facilities for their student members, and creating a sense of community for staff and students together. Its academic teaching and research programmes are delivered through departments contained within three faculties: Arts and Humanities, Science, and Social Sciences and Health.
10:00

Jim Lorsong - Exploration and Production Director - 2CO

2CO's plans in the North Sea


James has worked in the CCS business since 2005, when he managed subsurface and wells design of offshore EOR plus CO2 storage for BP's DF1 Project in Scotland. Later he managed worldwide appraisal and development of CO2 storage for Hydrogen Energy (a joint venture of BP and Rio Tinto), overseeing projects in the Middle East, North America, Europe and Australia.

His most recent assignment was managing a BP Alternative Energy team developing CO2 storage technology in London and Houston. Prior to DF1, James was Field Development Manager for Clair, Miller, Exploration and Decommissioning in BP's North Sea organisation, preceded by leadership roles in subsurface technology and development of a gas EOR project in Algeria.

Through the 1990s James worked for ARCO in Dallas, with a variety of management and senior technical positions in exploration and production, including projects in miscible gas EOR. Prior to joining ARCO in 1988, he worked in a variety of entrepreneurial and academic roles in petroleum exploration and production as well as mineral exploration for ten years in western Canada, with a concentration on thermal EOR projects.

James holds a BSc from the University of Toronto and a PhD in geology from the University of Cambridge.

2CO
The basic principle behind 2Co Energy is to put the effects of the damage done by the key contributor to climate change, CO2 into reverse. With 2Co's existing capability, CO2 can be captured, transported, used to produce oil that's previously been impossible to recover, and then stored permanently out of harm's way deep under the sea floor. It means the world can view CO2 in a different light, as a valuable tool in the oil industry
10:10

Ian Phillips - - Petrofac

EOR needs CO2!


Petrofac
Petrofac aims to generate sustainable growth in value for its shareholders by leveraging its core competencies, being the ability to engineer, build and operate oil & gas infrastructure, and the ability to create and deliver value-adding investments.
10:20

Peter Fagiano - technical director - Altona Energy

Diesel from CTL with Carbon Capture


Mr. Peter Michael John Fagiano has been Executive Director of Project Technology at Altona Energy Plc since January 2011.

Altona Energy
Altona Energy is dedicated to creating shareholder value and wealth. It's mission is to develop profitable, value added projects from world scale energy resources, with a current focus firmly on the evaluation and development of the company's huge coal resources in the Arckaringa Basin of South Australia.

The Company's flagship Arckaringa Project ticks all the boxes as a major Australian development project for the 21st century.

A modern, combined-cycle power station adding 560Mw to the national grid
A resource equivalent to 7.8 billion barrels of clean-burning fuel for Australia and the world
Feedstock for the production of many high-value products ranging from fertilisers to plastics
Thousands of jobs in the construction stage and a permanent workforce of nearly 800 in production
Potential water supply to open up the vast northern tracts of South Australia to industry and agriculture
Infrastructure and power to support the coming northern mining boom
The opportunity to create a world-leading Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facility for the management of greenhouse gases.

Arckaringa is the right project at the right time for South Australia.
10:30

Gardiner Hill - Chairman - CCSA & BP

Panel discussion and Q&A (from moderator & audience)


Responsible for developing strategy and providing advise on Carbon Management and CCS across BP group of companies. Principle external facing person from BP on the matter of CCS. Chairman of the board of the Carbon Capture and Storage Industry Aassociation, based in London.

CCSA & BP
From its base in London the Carbon Capture & Storage Association brings together specialist companies in manufacturing & processing, power generation, engineering & contracting, oil, gas & minerals as well as a wide range of support services to the energy sector such as law, banking, consultancy and project management.

The Association is a model for sectoral cooperation in business development and its existence is welcomed by government.
11:30 Coffee & Tea

Sponsors of this event

Energy Intelligence
Energy Intelligence has been a leading independent provider of objective insight, unbiased analysis and reliable data for 60 years. With offices in New York, London, Houston, Dubai, Moscow, Washington, Singapore and Brussels, we provide decision-makers with critically important information on issues and events affecting the global energy complex.

CCSA & BP
From its base in London the Carbon Capture & Storage Association brings together specialist companies in manufacturing & processing, power generation, engineering & contracting, oil, gas & minerals as well as a wide range of support services to the energy sector such as law, banking, consultancy and project management.

The Association is a model for sectoral cooperation in business development and its existence is welcomed by government.

BP
BP is one of the world's leading international oil and gas companies. We provide customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, lubricants to keep engines moving, and the petrochemicals products used to make everyday items as diverse as paints, clothes and packaging.

Registered Delegates

James Lorsong
Exploration & Production Director
2Co Energy Limited
United Kingdom
karl jeffery
Editor
Digital Energy Journal
United Kingdom
Menno Ros
Manager Business Development / Legal
Maasvlakte CCS Project/ROAD
Michael Gibbons
Director
2Co Power (Yorkshire) Ltd
Zoƫ Simms
Multi-client Survey Operations
Dolphin Geophysical
United Kingdom
Chris McGarvey
Senior Associate
McGrigors
United Kingdom
Billy Brady
Senior Specialist
3M UK
United Kingdom
jon gluyas
prof of geoenergy & ccs
durham university
Sophie Barr
Senior Solicitor
McGrigors LLP
Tony Grindrod
Trustee
AAPG Europe
United Kingdom
Charlie Williams
Consultant
E&P Drilling International Ltd
United Kingdom
Antony Benham
Business Development Manager
Nottingham Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage
Juha Makinen
Director Financial Analysis & Modelling
Advanced Power UK
United Kingdom
Ed Tree
Geophysical Consultant
Ed Tree Consulting
United Kingdom
Helen Turnell
Principal Consultant
NR Global Consulting Ltd
United Kingdom
Olga Shtepenko
Associate Director
AECOM
United Kingdom
Paul Martin
Senior Consultant
EIC Risk Consulting
Robert Parker
Consultant
Parker
United Kingdom
Olga Shtepenko
Associate Director
AECOM
United Kingdom
Mike Dean
Director
EIC Risk Consulting
Jason Robinson
VP Business Feasibility
Petroleum Geo Services
United Kingdom
Claude Heller
Director Business Development Europe
Air Liquide
Toyin Solanke
Consultant
Eknalos GeoTek
United Kingdom
Stephen Pharez
Vice President Technical Marketing
Petroleum Geo-Services
United Kingdom
Ian Brass
Marketing Manager
Air Products PLC
Tarana Eyvazova
PSCM Specialist
Energy Consultants
David Bamford

Petromall Ltd
Anil Katyal

AK Associates
United Kingdom
Sam Botterill
Carbon Capture and Storage Technical Manager
Energy Institute
United Kingdom
Nicholas Braley
Strategy Manager
Premier Oil
United Kingdom
John Douce

Analyst/Consultant
United Kingdom
Freya Ritchie
Journalist
Energy Intelligence
Neil Hawkings
Operations Director
Premier Oil plc
Brian Sowerby
IT Architect
BG
United Kingdom
Rebecca Sweeney
Project Manager CCS
Energy Technologies Institute
United Kingdom
Matthew Smith
Account Manager
Presearch
David Sendra
Associate Consultant
BlackRockQI
United Kingdom
Tony Wood
CEO
Ensights Limited
United Kingdom
Jacqueline Manville

Private Investor
Kieron Stopforth
Analyst
Bloomberg New Energy Finance
United Kingdom
Anna Weston
Knowledge transfer manager
Environmental Sustainability KTN
David Hanstock
Commercial Director
Progressive Energy
Anna Soroko
Senior Counsel
Bond Pearce LLC
United Kingdom
Adam Marmaras
Event Organiser
Finding Petroleum
United Kingdom
Kes Heffer
Director
Reservoir Dynamics Ltd
United Kingdom
David Dundas
Solicitor
Bond Pearce LLP
United Kingdom
John Finder
Sales Manager
Finding Petroleum / Digital Energy Journal
United Kingdom
Nick Bright

Retired
United Kingdom
Stephen Cawley
CO2 Storage Manager
BP Alternative Energy
Martin Li
Writer
FT (Investors Chronicle)
Felicite Robertson

Robertson & Co - Translation & Interpreting
Wai Cheung
general manager
Carbon Capture Journal
Kirsti Karlsson
Marketing Manager
GEO ExPro
United Kingdom
Norrie Stanley
Consultant
RPS Energy
United Kingdom
Chris Atkinson

CaribX
Lara Tarasewicz
Business Development
Geotrace
CARL BLACKSTOCK
Project Manager - Geophysicist
RPS ENERGY
Dewi ab Iorwerth
Business Development
CCS TLM Limited
Alexander Chalke
Partner
Grosvenor Clive & Stokes
United Kingdom
Stephane GUERITTE
senior consultant
RPS energy
Paul Bryant
CEO
CCS TLM Limited
Norman Hempstead
Director
Hempstead Geophysical Svcs
United Kingdom
Murray Bainbridge
Senior Executive
Scottish Enterprise
United Kingdom
Swati Gupta
Senior Reservoir Engineer
Centrica Energy
Adrian Heafford
Senior Geologist
IHS
United Kingdom
Robert Heath
Consultant
Seismic & Oilfield Services Ltd
United Kingdom
Ian Phillips
Director - CO2 Infrastruture
CO2DeepStore Limited
Kevin Chandler
Senior Product Manager - International Logs and Seismic
IHS
United Kingdom
Bill Senior
Consultant
Senior CCS Solutions Ltd
United Kingdom
Andy Scott
Chief Reservoir Engineer, UK
ConocoPhillips (UK) Ltd
United Kingdom
Ellen Gates
.
Independent Consultant
Rob Ross
Client Solutions Director - PRM
TGS Reservoir Solutions
United Kingdom
Peter Farrington
Geophysicist
Consultant Geophysicist
United Kingdom
Jim Shea
Investment Director
Innotech Advisers Ltd
Paul Sharp
Commercial Manager
The Crown Estate
Gareth Everitt
Principal Process Engineer
Costain Energy & Process
Michael Priestnall
Lead Technologist of Energy Catalyst
Innovate UK
United Kingdom
Andy Cooper
Sales Director
thyssenkrupp
United Kingdom
Dan Kunkle
Director
Count Geophysics
United Kingdom
martyn james
Business Developmpent Manager
J. Murphy & Sons Ltd.
United Kingdom
chris lynden
Principal Operations Geologist
Tullow
United Kingdom
Humphrey Douglas
partner
Dentons
United Kingdom
Mark Osborne
Technology Manager Oil & Gas
Jacobs
United Kingdom
Stefaan Vanheertum
Account Sales Manager Equipment & Gas Processing Process Technology & Equipment
UOP N.V.
Belgium
Jane Wheelwright
Technical Application Specialist
DGI
United Kingdom