In September 2021 the Clean Energy Ministerial CCUS Initiative welcomed Australia as its newest member.
A long-time leader in the field of CCUS, the Australian Federal government has recently significantly accelerated its CCUS policy, with the objective of reducing cost of CCUS and facilitating CCUS hubs. It has recently announced an AUD50 million “CCUS Development Fund” with six recipient projects, and an AUD250 million “CCUS Hubs and Technologies Programme”, to support large scale deployment of CCUS projects and hubs, including R&D and commercialisation efforts.
In addition to government policy activity, Australia's National Science Agency CSIRO has recently published a roadmap that explores how Australia can scale up the utilisation of carbon dioxide. At this webinar we will also hear industry perspectives by Chevron.
Join our webinar to hear the latest!
EVENT AGENDA (all times Canberra time / AEST)
20:00 Opening and welcome | Juho Lipponen, Coordinator, CEM CCUS Initiative
20:05 CCUS developments in Australia | Dan Quinn, General Manager, Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, Australia
20:20 Australia's CO2 utilisation roadmap | Allison Hortle, Research Group Leader, CSIRO Energy
20:30 Industry views | Paul Clark, General Manager - Asset Development, Chevron
20:40 Discussion and Q&A
21:00 Close of event