About the Symposium
Most countries and organisations are pursuing decarbonisation efforts such as Carbon Dioxide (CO2 ) emission reductions while exploiting their hydrocarbon assets. This is especially challenging for assets with high CO2 fields, but the value of these assets could be unlocked by exploring opportunities to accelerate the deployment of large-scale CCUS, balancing the need to reduce emissions in a cost-effective and sustainable manner while still providing viable returns on investment.
With the growing momentum of large-scale carbon capture and storage technology development in Asia, analysts predict that this year will be all about finalising regulatory requirements, collaborative commercial and business models, maturing projects, and securing funds to deliver CCUS projects on time, safely and successfully. The third edition of the SPE Symposium: CCUS Management will continue the discussions on how to manage CCUS projects successfully to deliver their CCUS promises.
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