On behalf of the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center and Clean Air Task Force, we are pleased to invite you to join us on December 14th from 8:30 – 10:30 am ET for a virtual, off-the-record discussion to define the state of transatlantic knowledge and identify financing levers for carbon management technologies. The private forum, the first in the 2021-2022 Carbon Capture and Storage Roundtable Series, will convene policymakers, project developers, and NGOs from both sides of the Atlantic.

To confirm your participation and receive Zoom access information, please register below. We look forward to hopefully seeing you on the 14th, and in the meantime, please reach out to Kelsey Forren at [email protected] should you have any questions.

Agenda

Welcome

Reed Blakemore
Deputy Director
Atlantic Council Global Energy Center

Briefing: Advances in the United States and Europe

Lee Beck
International Director for Carbon Capture
Clean Air Task Force

Panel I: Infrastructure and Policy

Elizabeth Hunsaker
Energy and Environment Legislative Fellow
Office of Senator Chris Coons

Eli Mitchell-Larson
Lead Advocate
Carbon Gap

* Additional panelists to be confirmed

Moderated by

Carl Greenfield
Energy Analyst, CCUS
International Energy Agency

Panel II: Financing deployment at-scale

Madison Freeman
Associate
Energy Impact Partners

Brent Lewis
Chief Financial Officer and co-founder
Carbon America

Ryan Newman
Vice President, Sustainable Investing Group
Goldman Sachs

Trent Yang
President and co-founder
Galway Sustainable Capital, Inc.

Moderated by

Olivia Azadegan
Commercialization and Policy Manager
Clean Air Task Force

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