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Roundtable Event : The Potential Value of CCUS to the Political Economy, Edinburgh 28 November 2018

Turner, Karen and Chalmers, Hannah and Chalmers-Deacon, Kate and Corradi, Luca and d'Elloy, Marine and de Vries, Frans and Holman, David and Holmes, Nigel and James, Alan and Bevan, Nick and Kerr, Stephen and Mallows, Tim and Parmiter, Philippa and Race, Julia and Ramirex, Andrea Ramirez and Robertson, Luke and Sloss, Lesley and Sweeney, Graeme and Tucker, Owain and Vass, Seonaid and Warren, Luke (2019) Roundtable Event : The Potential Value of CCUS to the Political Economy, Edinburgh 28 November 2018. [Report]

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Abstract

The Centre for Energy Policy held a Roundtable on the potential value to the political economy of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS), in the margins of the Global CCUS Summit held in Edinburgh. This note summarises discussions and reflects on next steps. Participants are listed in the appendix. This note does not attribute comments or views to particular participants. Professor Graeme Sweeney chaired the Roundtable, with Professor Karen Turner, Director of the Centre for Energy Policy, kick-starting the discussion with a presentation on recent research on the potential value of CCUS to the political economy.