Join us for our April Industry dinner with The Global CCS Institute’s Advocacy and Communications Manager APAC, Matt Steyn, who will highlight the global status and outlook for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), emerging trends, and the opportunities for the Northern Territory.
Australia and the Northern Territory are navigating a changing world, with the intertwining of energy security and climate change mitigation presenting a unique set of challenges and opportunities. As government and business look beyond the first step of setting a net-zero target, the importance of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in responding to our dual challenge is becoming more prominent.
The IPCC and International Energy Agency, among many other credible organisations, have outlined a critical role for CCS in achieving net-zero emissions by mid-century. CCS will be essential to unlocking short-term economic opportunities like low-carbon LNG (natural gas processed with lower emissions) and is likely to play a key role in bringing clean hydrogen production to scale. More than that, the technology suite is necessary in decarbonising industries including cement, chemicals, and fertilisers, and will underpin the removal of CO2 already in the atmosphere, a task vital in mitigating climate change.
The Global CCS Institute is the world’s leading carbon capture and storage (CCS) think tank, with a mission is to accelerate the deployment of CCS as part of tackling climate change and delivering climate neutrality. The Institute’s Advocacy and Communications Manager (Asia Pacific), Matt Steyn, will present on the global status and outlook for CCS, emerging trends, and the opportunities for the Territory.
Tickets include 2 course dinner, beer, wine and soft drinks.
Please contact the office for general bookings or member table bookings
It is important to remain COVID-19 safe, so it is essential that you adhere to the following:
Book your tickets in a timely manner to ensure adequate seating arrangements.
Last minute bookings will not be accepted.
Check-in upon arrival to the venue using the Territory check-in app
Use hand sanitizers provided
Maintain your distance
We thank our exclusive sponsor for this event :
The recently formulated “Long-term Strategy and Medium-term Business Plan 'INPEX Vision@2022' lays out INPEX’s long-term strategy towards 2030 and 2050 as well as the company’s medium-term business plan, which consists of specific goals and initiatives covering the three-year period from 2022 until 2024, reflecting changes in INPEX’s management environment.
INPEX considers the various shifts towards a net zero carbon society seen in Japan and around the world as new challenges as well as opportunities to further expand its business. Based on INPEX Vision@2022, the company will proactively engage in energy structure reforms towards the realization of a net zero carbon society by 2050 while responding to the energy demands of Japan and other countries around the world.
For more details on INPEX Vision@2022, please refer to the PDF document