Introduction and presentations
The final session in the series will explore the role of CCS in the Net Zero strategy and how clusters work. The ability to capture carbon and avoid its release into the atmosphere is a significant but difficult undertaking. We will have presentations from Northern Lights and companies involved in developing the CCB Energy Park in Norway.
This session is going to explore what lessons can be learned from current developments that are making CCS commercially viable and consider what the future opportunities are, including the infrastructure required to support it.
Overview of Northern Lights (inc. Longship) and key lessons learnt.
Cristel Lambton, Technical Director, Northern Lights
Kathrine K Ryengen, Chief Commercial Officer at ZEG Power AS
David Phillips, Head of UK and Investor Relations, Aker Carbon Capture
- Ruth Herbert, Chief Executive, Carbon Capture and Storage Association
Tim Hare, Head of Sales, Energy Systems at DNV UK
Please register for your free ticket here: https://clients.addleshawgoddard.com/33/6083/compose-email/nbcc-invite.asp?sid=blankform
About the panellists and moderator:
Cristel Lambton (panellist)
Cristel Lambton is Technical Director at Northern Lights JV.
With over 25-year experience in subsea development projects within engineering and marine operations (SURF) in the Oil and Gas industry, Cristel has worked both on the Contractor side for over 10 years and for an Energy Company, Equinor for over 15 years. During this time, she has held several positions on a wide range of development projects, from early phase to execution, including decommissioning, in various areas both onshore and offshore, in Europe and West Africa. Cristel holds a master’s degree (Hons) in Marine Engineering from Ecole Centrale Marseille, France. For four years, Cristel has led the SURF work of the Northern Lights project (for transport, storage and injection of captured CO2 on the NCS) under the Norwegian Full-Scale CCS demonstration project (also called Langskip), until 2020 when she took the role of Technical Director in the Northern Lights Joint Venture established between Equinor, Shell and TotalEnergies.
Kathrine Kværnæs Ryengen (panellist)
Kathrine K Ryengen is Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of ZEG Power AS.
Kathrine has extensive experience with technology start-ups and commercializing innovative business models and technologies for industrial applications. Prior to ZEG Power, Ryengen worked 9 years in Scatec start-up companies, including Norsk Titanium, a successful, global leader within additive manufacturing of structural titanium components for aerospace applications, where she was part of the original start-up team and served as VP Business Development. Prior to Scatec and Norsk Titanium, Ryengen spent a decade within the field of Technology and Management Consulting, working for various companies, including Accenture. Kathrine holds a Master of Technology Management (MTM) from UNSW, Australia, and a Master of Industrial Economics and Mechanical Engineering from NTNU, Norway.
David Phillips (Panellist)
David Phillips is Head of UK and Investor Relations at Aker Carbon Capture (ACC).
David joined ACC in August 2021, after around two decades of experience in investment research across a number of leading investment banks in London and New York. David also worked as Head of Industry and Investor Relations for Aker Solutions from 2014-2016. While in finance, David focused initially on the chemicals sector, then moved to global energy in 2006, where his work specialised in the energy services sector, and where his team was highly rated for a number of years. His most recent role was as the Head of Equity Research for Europe at a major global financial institution in London. David has an MA from the University of Oxford and a PhD from the University of Cambridge.
Ruth Herbert (Panellist)
Ruth Herbert is Chief Executive at the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA)
Ruth joined the CCSA in October 2021, following a public sector career spanning almost two decades. In her previous role as Director of Strategy & Development at the Low Carbon Contracts Company, Ruth oversaw the implementation of two key features of today’s electricity market – the CfD and Capacity Market – and the company’s development into a trusted advisor to the government on decarbonisation. At the Department of Energy and Climate Change, Ruth headed the Electricity Market Reform Programme Office, overseeing delivery of the White Paper and Energy Act 2013. In 2008-9, following her negotiation of the EU Directive on CO2 storage, Ruth led on international CCS policy and the London Ministerial Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum. She was a Financial Services Strategy adviser at HM Treasury and an economic adviser for the City of London Corporation.
Tim Hare (moderator)
Tim Hare is Head of Sales, Energy Systems at DNV UK
Tim is driven by DNV’s purpose, to safeguard life, property and the environment, we empower our customers and their stakeholders with facts and reliable insights so that critical decisions can be made with confidence. Tim is responsible for sales and business development across our Energy Systems business in the UK and Irish market. He leads a sales team made up of key account managers, market area managers and sales enablement, our team builds strong relationships with our customers, to ensure we deliver value. He has a strong technical background, with experience in all project lifecycle phases; he has progressed from a craft apprentice to senior management and has experience working in upstream and downstream oil and gas, defence and the steel industry. Tim has the ability to understand and interpret complex problems, combing commercial acumen, curiosity and creativity.