Technical Programme Agenda

There are 71 technical sessions in total which are made up of 5 oral presentations of 20 minutes each including Q&A. Each session will be chaired by 2 reviewers relevant to the topic. The business stream has 8 sessions mostly in panel discussion format or fireside chat.

The technical programme agenda and business stream takes place Monday 21st to Thursday 24th October starting straight after the morning break each day and keynote or Technical Plenary talks on the main plenary stage, North building, second level of the TELUS convention centre.

The full online agenda detailing all conference information including speaker details will be available soon from this page.

Key to 12 main themes

Capture Storage CCS for Industrial Sources CCS for Tech Assess CO2 Utilisation Demonstration Projects Development of Other Storage Energy Climate Change Policy Legal & Regulatory Towards Negative Emissions Transport & Infrastructure Public Perceptions & Acceptance Business

                                 Technical Programme Agenda at a glance

                                                   The agenda information for the technical and business sessions are in the below table.
Session Time Number of presentations Session A Sessions – Macleod Halls B B Sessions -Glen Rooms 203 & 204 C Sessions – Glen Rooms 206 D Sessions – Macleod Halls A E Sessions – Macleod Halls D F Sessions -Glen rooms 201 & 202 G Sessions – Macleod Halls C Business Stream- Glen Rooms 208 & 209
11.20 am-13.00 pm 5 1 Session 1A – Absorption Next Generation Technologies I Session 1B – Capacity Building and Social Science Session 1C – Demonstration of Novel Capture technologies Session 1D – Carbon Dioxide Removal: Potentials and conditions Session 1E- CCS-Hydrogen Session 1F – Near Surface Monitoring Session 1G – High T Solid Looping 1. Creating the Pathway to Final Investment Decision – A Canadian Case Study on CCS (Panel Discussion)
14.00 pm-15.40 pm 5 2 Session 2A – Absorption Next Generation Technologies II Session 2B – Public Perceptions and Communications Session 2C – Perspectives from CCs demonstration projects Session 2D – Exploring feasibility of CDR technologies Session 2E- CCS in the Steel Industry Session 2F – Microseismic Monitoring Session 2G – CO2 Capture in Ships 2.Unique Sector Considerations on Developing Carbon Management Projects (Panel Discussion)
16.10 pm-17.50 pm 5 3 Session 3A – Absorption: Environment and Operation I Session 3B – Case Studies I Panel discussion1-Advancing carbon management in developing countries:World Bank Session 3D – CDR technology Session 3E- CCS in the Cement Industry Session 3F Seismic Monitoring over Life of Project Session 3G- Membranes & Contactors
09.10 am-10.50 am 5 4 Session 4A – Post Combustion Capture Process Modelling I Session 4B – Injectivity Panel Discussion 2-Carbon Management Challenge, CEM CSSUS Session 4D- DAC- Sorbents Session 4E – CCS in Industry Session 4F – Optimizing Sparse Seismic Monitoring Session 4G – MOFs 3. Navigating Carbon Markets, Removals and Carbon Capture: State of Play and Outlooks (Panel Discussion)
11.20 am-13.00 pm 5 5 Session 5A – Post Combustion Capture Process Modelling II Session 5B – Case Studies II Panel Discussion 3 -Competition in mitigation and the changing landscape for CCS applications / What can we say about the future for CCS applications? Session 5D- DAC technology Session 5E- CDR System Assessment Session 5F – Novel Monitoring Methods – Tidal and Strain Session 5G – Sorbent Materials 4.Commercial and Business Risks: Proven Strategies for Success
14.00-15.40pm TUESDAY E-Poster Sessions 5.Learning from Leaders: Sharing Success in Western Canadian CCS (Fireside Chat) 6.Indigenous Collaboration in CCS Projects: A Case Study from Canada
16.00 pm-17.40 pm 5 6 Session 6A – Absorption: Environment and Operation II Session 6B – Site Characterisation Panel Discussion 4 – Is Net Zero Dead: CDR and a Negative transition scenario Session 6D – Biomass with CCS Session 6E- “Hard-to-Abate” Assessment Session 6F – Field-scale Reservoir Modelling I Session 6G – Enhanced Geothermal and Energy Storage
09.10 am-10.50 pm 5 7 Session 7A – Amine Pilot Plant Studies I Session 7B – Storage Capacities Panel Discussion 5-CO2 Purity Requirements Session 7D Policy: International Session 7E – Optimizing Post-Combustion Capture Session 7F – Field-scale Reservoir Modelling II Session 7G- Electrochemical CO2 Conversion 7. Partnering for Success: Accelerating CCS Deployment Through Collaboration (Panel Discussion)
11.20 am-13.00 pm 5 8 Session 8A – Amine Pilot Plant Studies II Session 8B – Reservoir Engineering Panel Discussion 6- Trends in research in carbon capture, removals, transport, usage, and storage Session 8D Policy: National Session 8E – Comparing Capture Technologies Session 8F -Geochemical Modelling Session 8G – CO2 Specifications 8.Partnering for Success: Accelerating CCS Deployment Through Collaboration (Panel Discussion) 9.From Concept to Reality: How will we Actually Build the Projects that Get to FID? (Fireside Chat)
14.00-15.40 pm WEDNESDAY E- Poster Sessions
16.00 pm-17.40 pm 5 9 Session 9A – Amine Pilot Plant Studies III Session 9B – Trapping Mechanisms Session 9C – CDR: Ocean & Rocks Session 9E – Modeling CCS Networks Session 9F – Wellbore, Geomechanics, Leakage and Pore-scale Modelling Session 9G – Shipping as part of the Transport Chain
09.10 am-10.50 am 5 10 Session 10A – Biological CO2 Conversions Session 10B – Other Storage Session 10C – Perspectives from Integrated and full chain CCS Projects Session 10D – Basalts and other low permeability reservoirs Session 10E – Life Cycle Assessment Session 10F – Wellbore Integrity Session 10G – Pipelines
11.20-13.00 11 5 Session 11A – Thermochemical CO2 Conversion Session 11B – CO2-EOR Session 11C- Lessons learned from Demonstration and FEED Projects Session 11D- Mineralisation as a Storage Option Session 11E – Environment, Health and Economy Session 11F – Risk Management for CO2 Storage Session 11G – Transport Infrastructure and Source-sink Matching