Successfull “Outside the BoCCS” seminar – The role of law in CCS deployment
Several of Norway’s legal experts on CCS deployment took to the podium at the Science Libray on Thursday 14.11.19 at the “Outside the BoCCS” seminar. The seminar was streamed, find the link here.
Ingrid M. Anell, Researcher at Department of Geosciences opens the “Outside the BoCCS" seminar in the The Science Library, 14.11.19. Photo: Science Library/UiO (from the live stream)
The seminar was titled: "The role of law in CCS deployment – Regulatory incentives to enable carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Norway”, and was hosted by UiO: Faculty of Law, Department of Geosciences and UiO: Energy.
This 2-hour seminar was the brainchild of Ingrid Anell (Geoscience) and co-hosted and realised by Catherine Banet (UIO: Law).
The message was loud and clear:
Legal rules are as important as economic factors and technical solutions for the deployment of CCS technologies. Regulatory legal framework and transparency provides essential support for safe CCS. Legal certainty preserves interest and encourages stakeholders from public and private investors.
Well-founded research and reasoning left the audience in no doubt as the seminar concluded. Described well by one of the audience:
"This was one of the best events I have been to in a long time - great plan and super presentations - I had a moment of significant learning that I greatly enjoyed. The seminar gave me new visions on how our society will move and change in the years to come; insight that is required in order to successfully compete for research funds."
The following day, 15 of November the event went on to host a workshop aimed at PhD’s and Post Docs from Norwegian universities with focus on outreach. Link to full seminar programme (pdf). The seminar was streamed.
See the seminar on YouTube
Live Stream of the seminar is available from The Science Library on YouTube.
“Norwegian full scall project and the latest developments under the London Protocol”, Sofie Fogstad Vold and Cathrine L. Riseng Lyster, Advisors for Climate Industry and Technology Department, Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Norway
“The Northern Lights Project and related legal issues”, Heidi Seglem, Legal Counsel, Equinor
“New business models for CCS in Norway”, Camilla Svendsen Skriung, Advisor, Zero Emission Resource Organisation
Presentations on Specific regulatory issues
Short presentations by UiO-Staff from Faculty of Law / Titles:
Viktor Weber: “The Liability aspects of CCs – storage and shipping"
Heidi Sydnes Egeland: “CCS under the EU ETS: Legal consequences of the different methods for transporting CO2”
Johannes Dalen Giske: “Incentivising low carbon products under public procurement rules”
Catherine Banet: “Public support to CCS activities under EU state aid rules”