STORE and CCSA Side Event at 2012 UNFCCC and COP-18 in Doha, Qatar

Austin, TX - October 2012

Side event

CCS Capacity Building and Global Status: Educational Opportunities and Lessons Learned
Knowledge transfer, training and educational programs serving Qatar, Asia, and North America, and available to other countries, will be presented by policy, educational and technical experts within the framework of recent developments on the role CCS plays in emission reductions.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012
16:45-18:15
Room: Side Event Room 1

Hosts: The University of Texas at Austin STORE and Carbon Capture and Storage Association

Contact: Hilary Clement Olson (holson@austin.utexas.edu)

Program:

Welcome
Katherine Romanak
Research Associate, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin

CCS: Current status and future deployment needs
Luke Warren
Deputy Chief Executive, Carbon Capture and Storage Association

Building CCS workforce capacity through teacher professional development and girl-centered educational programs
Hilary Clement Olson
Director, STORE Program, The University of Texas at Austin

The CCS Summer School Series: 326 alumni from 49 countries and growing
Tim Dixon
Manager CCS and Regulatory Affairs, IEAGHG

CCS collaborative capacity and know-how building at Shell
Marcus Schwander
CO2 Technical Manager, Qatar Shell Science and Technology Centre

UK Government action on CCS in developing countries
James Godber
First Secretary Climate Change, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Doha