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Carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration: Nurturing a low-carbon future
Upstream CCUS Webinar
This event covers the following:
Climate and Sustainability
Sourcing and Supply Chain
Clean Technology & Renewables
E&P Terms and Above-Ground Risk
Plays & Basins
Supply Chain Logistics
Upstream Companies & Transactions
Upstream Costs & Technologies
Oil & Gas Upstream
Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage
Upstream Supply Chain
Energy Technologies
Exploration & Production (E&P) Strategy
Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Management
International Oil Companies (IOCs)
National Oil Companies (NOCs)
Oil & Gas Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC)
Oilfield Services
Upstream Engineering and Project Management
Upstream Regulation
Clean Technology Innovation

Carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration (CCUS) technologies have been around for decades and after years of research and several periods of starts and stops, CCUS is firmly back as an area of sustained focus from oil and gas companies; but why now?

Oil and gas will continue to hold a significant share of global energy demand over the next few decades. With operators increasingly referring to themselves as 'energy' companies, they are now looking for other means of producing energy while reducing the impact of their legacy portfolios; CCUS will become a key mechanism to enable that transition

During this webinar our experts will discuss how and why upstream oil and gas companies are being driven toward CCUS projects, as well as provide an overview of the supply chain, technology, and regulatory landscapes.


  • Overview of the emissions projections and other factors that are driving the upstream industry toward CCUS adoption as a pathway to decarbonization
  • Assessment of the government policy and CCUS-specific regulations in the largest hydrocarbon producing states to support CCUS growth
  • Realization a low-carbon future for the oil and gas industry through technology
  • Cost escalation indexes, both historical and forecast, under the IHS Markit Rivalry base-case scenario
  • Question and answer


Michael Marinovic
Vice President, Energy, IHS Markit

Carolyn Seto
Director, Upstream Research, IHS Markit

Basel Asmar, Ph.D.
Director, Upstream Capital and Operating Costs Service, IHS Markit

David Vaucher
Associate Director, Cost & Technology, Upstream Consulting, IHS Markit

Webinar Details :

Date : Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Time : 10:00 am Central Standard Time

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The ON24 specifications can be found here:
Regional focus
24 Feb 2021
10:00am - 11:00am
1 hour
IHS Markit Webinar