Association Webinars: Recent Analyses of CCUS Impact at the Global, National and Regional Scale


As the levels and rates of global de-carbonization increase in order to meet international goals, carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) becomes an even more vital clean energy technology. As noted in several recent reports, the wide-spread deployment of CCUS across the power and industrial sectors is critical to meeting various global carbon emission reduction targets. This webinar will cover some recent forecasts and projections of future deployment of CCUS technologies.


Sarah Forbes, US Department of Energy, Office of Fossil Energy


Recent Analyses of CCUS Impact at the Global Scale
Sara Budinis, International Energy Agency
Dr Sara Budinis is an Energy Analyst at the International Energy Agency in Paris, where she focuses on the role of Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) in decarbonising the global energy system, from a techno-economic and policy perspective. Sara received her PhD degree from Imperial College London on process automation and control, her MSc in industrial engineering, MEng and BEng in Chemical Engineering from the University of Genoa and her Diploma in International Study in Engineering from University College London.

Could congressionally mandated incentives lead to deployment of large-scale CO2 capture, facilities for enhanced oil recovery CO2 markets and geologic CO2 storage?
Jae Edmonds, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Jae Edmonds is a Chief Scientist and Battelle Fellow at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's (PNNL) Joint Global Change Research Institute, and Adjunct Professor of Public Policy at the University of Maryland at College Park. Dr. Edmonds is the principal investigator for the Global Energy Technology Strategy Program to Address Climate Change, an international, public-private research collaboration. Dr. Edmonds received his Ph.D. and M.A. in Economics from Duke University, and his B.A. in Economics from Kalamazoo College

Regional Deployment Prospects of CCUS
Dane McFarlane, Great Plains Institute
Dane McFarlane is the Director of Research at the Great Plains Institute and has led research and analytical projects at GPI since 2009. Dane has worked on creating technical models for energy and climate research, and on developing new analytical techniques to aide GPI’s policy work. Dane has a Master of Science degree from the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute and a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Minnesota.


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