Advantaged gas

Can we make gas projects 'sustainable' according to the EU taxonomy? 0

Friday, February 25, 2022, Webinar, Online

Getting investment into gas projects relies on being able to demonstrate low carbon. We are particularly interested in moves by the European Commission to allow gas power projects to be classified as "green" if they emit below 270g CO2 equivalent per KWH generated, replace a more polluting plant, and plan to switch to 'low carbon gas' by 2035. This means gas power with CCS, since without it, gas emits about 500g CO2 per KWH.

Gas power projects don't only emit greenhouse gas in the combustion plant, there's also the emissions from constructing the well and facilities, possible gas leaks, and gas transport.

In this webinar we'll explore how developers of gas projects, including gas production from reservoirs as well as combustion, might demonstrate to investors that the gas from their projects will meet this 270g CO2e / KWH bar.

CALL FOR SPEAKERS - do you have an interesting perspective to share?

Agenda

Sponsors of this event

Registered Delegates

Martin Cox
Director
ABerdeen Drilling Management Ltd
United Kingdom
Mark Robinson
Consultant
Independent
United Kingdom
Reed Robinson
Project Manager
Robinson
United States
Nick Shears

CGG
Nick Johnson
Managing Director
JUC Ltd
United Kingdom
Norrie Stanley
Consultant
RPS Energy
United Kingdom
Lawrie Cowliff
Geoscientist
Halliburton
United Kingdom
Peter Nicol
Advisory
Locin Energy
United Kingdom
Julia Kotulova
Senior Researcher
Solavk Academy of Sciences
Slovakia
Jim Hendry
Director / Consultant Geologist
Iapetus Geoscience Limited
Ireland
Markus Harting
CEO
MPP-Energy
United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Chris Wheaton
Director
Stifel
United Kingdom
Ray McBride
Petroleum Geochemist
IGI Ltd
United Kingdom
Morten Lindback
Energy economist
Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy
Norway
Jon Ford
Consultant
Tedstone Oil & Gas
United Kingdom
Didier Arbouille
Director
IHS Markit
Switzerland
Benvenutta Henriksen

Norwegian Petroleum Directorate