Carbon Storage Dialogues:
#3 Cross border
International collaboration and knowledge sharing is indispensable for developing technologies and infrastructure and to timely meet the climate ambitions set by the EU. CO2 emissions cross borders. Solutions to fight climate change should as well.
During the third edition of the Carbon Storage Dialogues – that took place on 16 February 2023 – we discussed how to accelerate the implementation of large scale CCS, together with North-Rhine-Westphalia, Delta Rhine Corridor, BASF Antwerp, Wintershall Dea, Carbon Collectors and Bellona.
CCUS policy developments in NRW and Germany
Sebastian Busch, Policy Advisor NRW.Energy4Climate
Development of cross border pipeline infrastructure for CO2 (and H2) transport
On behalf of Delta Rhine Corridor: Huibert van Rossum, Port of Rotterdam, Marc Zwart, Corporate Relations Advisor Energy Transition, Shell
Building a CCS business in North West Europe
Klaus Langemann, Senior Vice President Carbon Management & Hydrogen, Wintershall Dea
BASF Antwerp: pathway to a climate neutral site
Frederik Pieters, Staff site management, BASF
CO2 Straight from Source to Sink: a Flexible, Scalable Marine Transport & Storage Solution
Ludo van Hijfte, CEO, Carbon Collectors
More than the sum of its parts: Capitalizing on the national, regional, and European momentum on CCS
Ariane Giraneza, Climate Policy Manager, Bellona