Carbon capture, utilization and sequestration (CCUS) projects are gaining momentum as an important pathway to achieving both private and public sector climate targets. This trend is expected to accelerate with recently authorized federal funding and administration announcements. At the same time, the value proposition for CCUS may be subject to change based on government policy priorities, permitting processes, and potential permanence challenges, among other factors. So what lies ahead for carbon capture?
Continuing in Sidley’s carbon capture webinar series, speakers covered a collection of policy, legal, and technical perspectives on key environmental and subsurface considerations and trends for CCUS in the United States.
Sarah M. Forbes, Director of Carbon Capture Utilization and Sequestration, White House Council on Environmental Quality
Stephanie Cook, Senior Geologist, Schlumberger New Energy
Brittany A. Bolen, Senior Policy Advisor, Sidley Austin LLP
Heather M. Palmer, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP
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