Calendar14 February 2023
In collaboration with:
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  • OGCI logo
  • IOGP logo

Emissions from industry such as oil and gas, steel, cement and chemicals can be among the hardest to abate in the energy system. The future production of these materials must be more efficient and emit much less carbon dioxide (CO2) if climate goals are to be met.

A portfolio of technologies and approaches is needed to address the decarbonisation challenge while supporting sustainable and competitive industries. Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) can play a critical role in this sustainable transformation and is believed to be one method that can mitigate to scale large stationary sources of CO2 emissions that are historically difficult to manage. CCUS projects are underway in all industries, and have been for many years, yet challenges remain.

During this webinar, actors from the oil and gas, steel, cement and petrochemicals industries come together to share knowledge and good practices, discuss barriers, as well as developments in the scaling up of this technology, and explore areas for collaboration between industries.


  • Rick Bohan, Senior Vice President, Sustainability, Portland Cement Association
  • Nirvasen Moonsamy, Low Carbon Programme Manager, Oil & Gas Climate Initiative
  • Andy Purvis, Director Sustainable Manufacturing, World Steel Association
  • Philip de Smedt, Director, Petrochemicals Europe, European Chemical Industry Council
  • Moderated by Arthur Lee, Chevron Fellow and Principal Advisor, Corporate Strategy and Sustainability and Chair of the Ipieca Carbon Capture and Storage Task Force

This webinar is part of a series on CCS sponsored by SPE Gaia, IOGP, OGCI and Ipieca, sharing knowledge and good practice around the scaling up of this technology, including key issues, environmental responsibility, financial incentives, policy, and liability concerns.

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