Thursday, 5 November 2009, 6 p.m., Edinburgh
Carbon Capture and Storage: What's Happening ? and What Isn't
Ian Phillips, Director, CO2 Infrastructure
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From the vantage point of a company deeply involved in the emerging carbon capture and storage industry, Ian Phillips will review: a) The current status of CCS, b) The underlying science that makes it so important, the projects actually committed and in the pipeline, and where CCS stands in comparison with other low carbon approaches. The political and regulatory environment that is driving CCS, c) The economic and financial landscape
Ian Phillips worked in the upstream oil and gas industry for over 25 years before becoming a Founding Director of CO2DeepStore Limited, a UK-based company focussed on the deep geological storage of CO2 (and the associated transportation systems) as a climate change mitigation business. His oil and gas experience includes 20 years with operators (Shell, BP, Marathon, Burmah and Ramco) and with a major service company (Halliburton). His experience ranges from ?hands on? reservoir and wells engineer to senior management positions directing major oil and gas projects. He holds a M.Eng in Petroleum Engineering from Heriot-Watt University, and an MBA. He is also a UK Chartered Engineer.