— A Tracking Transition Series — 

SESSION 4 – Asia 

Thursday, March 16  

09:00-10:30 GMT 



Carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) is an essential solution for the world to reach net zero emissions.  

In this Tracking Transition series we have so far looked at the decarbonisation technology’s deployment in Europe, the Middle East & North Africa and North America.  

To conclude the series we now turn our attention to Asia-Pacific, where there has been a huge amount of activities recently in countries such as Thailand, Malaysia and Australia.  

Topics for discussion in the session will include: 


How can CCUS contribute to energy transition goals for Asian countries and Australia? 

Where are key projects being developed and which companies are leading the way? 

What opportunities does CCUS present Asia’s oil and gas industry? 

What does CCUS mean for a decarbonised supply chain? 

What are the challenges and opportunities around skills/workforce? 

How can policy and regulation be improved to enhance CCUS development? 


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09:00: Speaker Introductions
09:30: Panel Discussion and Audience Q&A
10:30: Event Ends

Session 4 Speakers

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    Edward Reed

    Content Editor, Energy Voice

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    Chris Consoli

    Principal Consultant, Global CCS Institute

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    Darius Chen

    Associate Partner, Energy Insights, McKinsey

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    Mark Wilkie

    Carbon Management Director, Gaffney Cline

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    Paul Everingham

    Chief Executive, Asia Natural Gas and Energy Association (ANGEA)

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