Paris: 18 July 2011 - 18 July 2011
Significant progress is being made in the development of CCS legal and regulatory frameworks worldwide. Australia, the European Union, the United Kingdom and the United States have been at the forefront of such developments for some time, but many other countries are currently implementing or considering CCS regulation, including in the developing world. As progress is made, interesting insights can be gained into the process involved in getting appropriate regulation in place. These insights can guide and inform governments as they move through different stages of framework development. This webinar will review the regulatory development processes in a number of jurisdictions and share lessons learnt along the way.
Presentations can be downloaded from the links below:
Host & Moderator: Justine Garrett, IEA
Presenter: Namiko Ranasinghe, Victorian Department of Primary Industries. Lessons from Regulating the CO2CRC Otway Project.
Presenter: Colin Harvey, Department of Mines and Petroleum, Western Australia. Options for Permitting Early CCS Projects.
Presenter: Andrew Gilder, IMBEWU Sustainability Legal Specialists. Understanding how existing frameworks compare with the aims of future CCS legislation: going about a preliminary “gap and barrier” analysis in South Africa.
Presenter: Colin Imrie, Directorate of Energy and Climate, Government of Scotland. CCS Regulatory Matrix and Test Exercise.
Presenter: Almut Fischer, Mineral Resources, Geosciences and CO2 Storage, German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. Public Engagement and CCS Regulation: The German Experience. Discussion and Closing Remarks: Sean McCoy, IEA
A recording of this event is available to view or download.