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Future of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS)

Estimated Watching Time: 60 minutes


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The energy industry is decarbonizing its supply chain to address climate change and improve sustainability. Achieving global decarbonization while meeting customer energy needs requires innovative solutions, and carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is expected to play a major role in the coming years and decades.

Learn about the exciting outlook of CCUS projects and technology by watching this Deloitte-sponsored webinar panel discussion with energy industry experts from Siemens Digital Industries Software, Aker Carbon Capture and Enbridge.

Carbon capture technology

Demand for carbon capture technology is growing across multiple applications, including refining, hydrogen projects and multi-sector industrial clusters. With increasing carbon costs and supportive policies across some regions, energy businesses must learn to design, build and operate CCUS facilities in financially sound and sustainable ways. Learn how new technology can help solve CCUS lifecycle challenges while enabling faster project completions.

CCUS oil and gas

With expertise in drilling wells, injecting substances into geological formations and pipeline transport, the oil and gas industry is well-placed to lead in carbon capture innovation. Besides capturing and storing CO2, injecting it into depleted oil reservoirs can increase recovery through an “enhanced oil recovery” process. Learn more about CCUS oil and gas by watching the panel discussion.

Energy security and sustainability

Economic volatility is growing, making energy security a top global issue. Because sustainability and environmental, social and governance (ESG) is increasingly tied to energy operations, CCUS could become an important tool for unlocking capital needed for energy-security-promoting projects. Begin developing a sustainable energy ecosystem by learning how to apply this technology.

This Deloitte-sponsored webinar was co-hosted by Transition Economist and originally took place on March 31, 2022.

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