CCUS ZEN Project Meeting: How to make a CCUS value chain fly

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 09:30 to Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 16:30

The next CCUS ZEN project meeting, How to make a CCUS value chain fly, will be held in Madrid on the 21-22 February.

Venue:Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid. Paseo de la Castellana, 57. Madrid, 28046 Spain

We will have a combination of presentations, interactive discussions, and opportunity for networking. There will be presentations from the project as well as from stakeholders in CCUS.

All Project Partners and Networking Partners are invited to participate on both days.
Please contact Eirik Falck da Silva ( or Ane Lothe ( if you are interested in attending.

The deadline for registration is the 1 February. We do encourage people to book early since that helps in our planning.
Please note, we may also not be able to guarantee space for people registering late.

We look forward to meeting you in person in Madrid.




Preliminary agenda (subject to change)

Agenda Day 1       9:30-16:30 (coffee from 9:00) 

  • Welcome and opening, project introduction and status – Eirik da Silva (SINTEF) 

  • Framework for regional high-level screening - Ane Lothe (SINTEF) 

  • Mediterranean case study - Isaline Gravaud (BRGM) 

  • Baltic case study – Leandro Sousa (Rambøll) 

  • Mapping of non-technical aspects in CCUS - Matthias Honegger (Perspectives Climate Research) 

  • Regulatory aspects of CCS – Ingvild Ombudstvedt (IOM Law) 

  • CCUS value chain scenarios - Alla Shogenova (TallTech) 

  • Further plans in the project  

  • World café: how to make CCUS fly? 

  • Data access  

  • Southern Europe compared to Northern Europe; what is done differently?  

  • Dinner 


Agenda Day 2      9:30-16:30 (coffee from 9:00) 

  • Welcome and opening, project overall – Eirik da Silva (SINTEF) 

  • Spanish stakeholders (to be confirmed) 

  • Status on CCUS projects -Joop Hazenberg (CCSA)  

  • The Porthos project in the Netherlands -Alexander Vink (Porthos) 

  • Experience from national regulators in Denmark -Tina Schøn and Valentina Kruse (Danish Energy Agency) 

  • Spanish CCS cases and business models for CCS projects -Francisco Pangaro Bedoya  (Repsol) 

  • Experience from end-user (to be confirmed) 

  • Panel discussion: How to make CCUS to fly in Spain?