Anna-Louise Peters, Energy Managing Director, Crondall, said: “Crondall Energy is delighted to be reappointed as a partner to WSP in this project and to be helping to deliver a CCUS programme that will contribute to a Net Zero future for the country. With decades of experience in subsea architecture, flow assurance and pipeline & facilities engineering, Crondall Energy is looking forward to continuing to support the UK government with providing project solutions to the challenges of carbon capture, utilisation and storage”.
Jon Gluyas, GeoEnergy Durham Chairman said: “GED are delighted to partner WSP and others again to further support deployment of the new carbon capture and storageprojects in the UK, an important step in reaching net zero by 2050. As a university spin-out company, our track record on subsurface geoscience and engineering has been built upon the research outputs from Durham Energy Institute, translating scientific findings into value and impact for the UK and beyond as we all strive to deliver sustainable, secure and affordable energy transition.”
Martin Hanton, Green Energy & Sustainability Director, TÜV SÜD, said: “TÜV SÜD are very pleased to be partnering once again with WSP and others to enter this second phase of support for regulatory development for the CCUS sector, given how essential this is to the UK’s net-zero target. In our role as the UK’s Designated Institute for Flow Measurement, part of the National Measurement System, our work will help ensure accurate measurement through the CCUS ecosystem, for both financial purposes and carbon accounting.”
Iain Shaw, Managing Director, Acrometis, said: “Acrometis is excited to be part of this important project, bringing our expertise to support WSP and the UK Government in the development of the UK CCUS industry.”
Rukhsana Faiz, Director – Sustainability, Energy & Utilities, Tetra Tech, said: “Tetra Tech looks forward to the continued collaboration with our industry peers as a delivery partner for the CCUS programme. Using Tetra Tech’s Leading with Science® approach we’re proud to say that our industry experts will be involved through the whole carbon capture value chain from emerging capture technologies to subsurface storage, ultimately helping the UK meet its 2050 commitments.”
Charles Pybus, Director, Business and Investor Advisory, Arup, said: “Arup are excited to work alongside WSP and our delivery partners to help deliver CCUS in the UK. Collaboration between the industries, and through partnerships like this, will be key to meet Net Zero.”
Kate Kenny, Senior Vice President, People & Places Solutions, Jacobs said: “Our collective climate response requires a diverse mix of decarbonisation, energy transition and holistic cross-market solutions to meet net-zero ambitions and deliver reliable, affordable and resilient systems that will benefit the U.K. for generations to come. We look forward to working with U.K. Government, WSP and partners, bringing our deep technical, commercial and strategic experience across CCUS projects, major infrastructure programmes and whole energy systems to support this significant programme towards net zero.”
Adina Popa, Programme Director Innovation and CCUS, Mott MacDonald, said: “I’m delighted that our consortium has been selected to deliver this critically important programme. Building on our experience gained from Demo 1 and Demo 2 CCS competitions in the UK, and our work in Europe, SE Asia, and USA, Mott MacDonald’s team combines private sector technical knowledge and world-class government advisory expertise. We look forward to continuing to work with DESNZ to find solutions to the ambitious challenges posed by the energy transition to a low-carbon economy and to helping the UK achieve its net-zero targets. The programme will enable us to remain at the forefront of industrial decarbonisation efforts for years to come, while helping the UK government to become a global leader in CCS, and to build back better, greener, and faster.”