As the urgency increases to head off the devastating effects of climate change, many people are talking about how capture and storage may support various strategies for reducing excess carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. What’s often missing from the discussion is the nuts & bolts of how it works and how capturing and storing CO2 can make a huge difference as the economy shifts from dependence on oil and gas to renewable alternatives. This won’t happen overnight. So, until we reach a point where renewable sources such as solar and wind can produce hydrogen, carbon capture technology will be crucial for making that transition.

Working alongside our clients and partners, we are filling existing and future skills gaps for subsea engineers to ensure that they are well equipped for the challenges and opportunities presented by climate change.

On July 19th, we will be running a 2-day virtual programme on Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage for engineers who have an interest in CO2 transport. Design specifications, construction, cost, integrity, flow assurance and safety issues will be presented and discussed along with lessons learned from real CCUS projects. We still have a few places available so, if you are interested in attending or would like to find out more, please reach out to us at training@jee.co.uk

To learn more about the course click here: https://www.jee.co.uk/carbon-capture-utilisation-and-storage-booking/

Stephen Moore, Director of Training

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