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12 October, 09:00-17:00 Perth, Australia Add to calendar
Parmelia Hilton, 14 Mill St, Perth WA 6000, Australia View on map


NORWEP Partner: NOK 7000 (Excl. VAT)

Non-partner: NOK 10000 (Excl. VAT)



Norway's investment in CO₂ capture, transport and storage includes a host of activities, from research and development to full-scale demonstration and international advancement of CCS. Some key activities/achievements include;

  • Since 1996, the Sleipner CCS project has captured up to 1mtpa of CO2 and stored in the Utsira formation
  • Since 2008, the Snøhvit project has been injecting ~0.7mtpa of CO2
  • Since 2012, the CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) has been testing CO2 capture technologies from multiple companies around the world. TCM is the largest test centre in the world for CCS technology that is open to independent testing.
  • …and in 2020, the Northern Lights project took FID. Northern Lights will be the first to deliver cross-border CO2 transport and storage as a service.

Join us to discover unique competences and technologies in the growing CCS market!

The event will be rounded off with a cocktail reception with clients and contractors for an opportunity to network in a relaxed setting.

Practical information

Parmelia Hilton, Argyle Room - 14 Mill St, Perth WA 6000, Australia

12 October, 09:00-17:00 (Cocktail reception 17:00 – 19:00)


Time Company Speaker Presentation title
09:00 NORWEP Tore Moe
Regional Director
Welcome & Introduction
09:10 Royal Norwegian Embassy HE Anne Grete Riise
Ambassador to Australia
Opening Address 
09:20 NORWEP Tore Moe
Regional Director
Norway's Role in The Global CCS Value Chain: Building Knowledge and Capacity for CCS Integration
09:30 Australian Energy Producers Brendan Beck
Director - Net Zero Technologies
The role and status of CCS in Australia
09:50 Woodside Dmitry Kosyak
Development Manager | Northern Carnarvon CCS Hub
Northern Carnarvon CCS Hub
10:10 NOV Mary Pui
Senior Process Engineer
Enabling CCUS – Key factors for widespread CCUS deployment
10:30 Morning break
11:00 Aker Solutions Si Huai Yeaw
Study Manager
Subsea Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) for a Sustainable Future
11:20 OneSubsea Dr. Luca Letizia
Processing Advisor
Intersection between Subsea processing and carbon capture and sequestration – the new frontier…
11:40 DNV Olivier Royet
Senior Principal Specialist
Material challenges for CO2 pipeline conversion and new pipeline
12:00 Earth Science Analytics Daniel Austin
Head of Business Development
AI powered Geoscience for safer and faster subsurface characterisation 
12:30 Lunch
13:30 PGS Andrew Long
PhD, Chief Geoscientist
Efficient site screening and de-risking of CCS projects using full wavefield seismic workflows
13:50 AGR (an ABL company) Eduardo Robaina
Managing Director APAC Wells 
Reservoir and well considerations for CCS projects
14:10 Oliasoft John Sundt
Sales Director
Planning and designing CO2 injection wells with Oliasoft WellDesign
14:30 NGI Rosine Riera
PhD, Geologist
Lessons learnt from offshore CO2 storage and monitoring in Norway
14:50 Afternoon break
15:20 Rystad Energy David Pedulla
VP – Business Development
Rystad Energy CCUS Market Intelligence Service
15:40 Reach Subsea John Even Lindgård
Commercial Director, Monitoring
Reservoir monitoring of carbon storage measuring 4D gravity and subsidence
16:00 Resman Ed Leung
Senior Technology Advisor
CO2 Gas Tracer Monitoring in CCS
16:20 Allton Aslak Myklebostad, COO
Quantitative CO2 monitoring with CSEM 
16:40 NORWEP Tore Moe
Regional Director
16:50 End