5 June 2024

Decarbonising the Teesside Cluster

Organised by:

SCI's Energy Group

The Curve Building, University of Teesside, Middlesbrough

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The Society of Chemical Industry (SCI) Energy Group in collaboration with the Net Zero Industry Innovation Centre (NZIIC) would like to invite you to a seminar to discuss the role Hydrogen (H2) and Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) will play in decarbonising the chemical / process industries in the Teesside Cluster.

Within the seminar we will be looking at plans for H2 production and pipeline supply, CO2 capture and transmission to secure sub-sea storage, and the role of CCS in Energy from Waste (EFW) including integration challenges. We will be considering decarbonisation through a number of lenses, including:

  • H2 transmission
  • CO2 collection                 
  • Storage options
  • Critical raw material/circularity considerations
  • Policy and Regulation required to enable all this

We would like to identify the key topics of interest, opportunity and concern within the Teesside cluster, with a view to holding deeper dives into key topics during subsequent discussions.  We are keen to use this seminar as a springboard to build a community of key stakeholders and interested parties across the decarbonisation landscape, to continue these initial discussions and to facilitate the development of the key requirements including policy needs and challenges.  We would ultimately like to use these outputs to influence government policy and funding strategies.


Registration is encouraged from those who work in the Tees Valley Industrial Cluster.

Please note that this event is targeted at delegates who are active in relevant industry sectors and overall places will be limited. Therefore, SCI reserves the right to request additional information about a delegate’s experience prior to confirming their place.

  • Overview with a focus on the chemical / process industries
    NEPIC, Joanne Fryett, CEO (Interim)
  • Plans for H2 production and pipeline supply
  • Kellas Midstream, Dave Robson, H2 External Relations Lead
  • CO2 capture and transmission to storage (CCS) and Net Zero Teesside (NZT)
  • The Northern Endurance Partnership, Chris Daykin, General Manager or one of his leadership team
  • EFW and CCS
  • SUEZ recycling and recovery UK, James Gray, Technical Manager – Process Development Team


Wednesday 5 June 2024

Sandwich Lunch
CO₂ capture and transmission to storage (CCS) and Net Zero Teesside (NZT)
Chris Daykin, The Northern Endurance Partnership
Overview with a focus on the chemical / process industries
Joanne Fryett, NEPIC
Refreshment Break
Plans for H2 production and pipeline supply
Dave Robson, Kellas Midstream
James Gray, SUEZ Recycling and Recovery
Panel Q&A
Networking Reception
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Venue and Contact

The Curve Building

Southfield Rd

Conference Team

Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561

Email: conferences@soci.org

Booking Process/Deadlines

Booking terms and conditions

CPD Info

SCI Members attending this meeting are able to claim CPD points.

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Organising committee

The SCI Energy Group and the Net Zero Industry Innovation Centre (NZIIC).