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2nd IEF High-level Roundtable on Carbon Management Technologies

Thursday 16 February 2023, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

The Second IEF High-level Roundtable on Carbon Management Technologies was hosted by the IEF on 16 February 2023 at the IEF Headquarters in Riyadh in collaboration with the Clean Energy Ministerial and the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center. The roundtable explored the key principles to de-risk large-scale CCUS investment and reviewed how carbon market initiatives and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards advance the Circular Carbon Economy endorsed by the G20 to provide more predictability and certainty to investors in just and orderly transitions.

The dialogue focused on overcoming:

  1. Investor hesitancy stemming from regulatory risk, market volume, and public perceptions,
  2. Limited access to capital markets and sustainable financing under evolving ESG criteria,
  3. Obstacles to exploiting network synergies in the hydrogen and new materials transition.

Guest Speakers

  • Joseph McMonigle

    Joseph McMonigle
    Secretary General, IEF

  • Fahad Alajlan

    Fahad Alajlan
    President, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)

  • Myles Robert Allen

    Myles Robert Allen
    CBE Professor of Geosystem Science, University of Oxford, UK
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  • Allan Baker

    Allan Baker
    Head of Energy + Group EMEA, Société Générale

  • Fabrizio Rollo

    Fabrizio Rollo
    Head of CCUS Opportunities Identification and Portfolio Management, ENI

  • Dr Ken Koyama

    Dr Ken Koyama
    Chief Economist and Managing Director, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)
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  • Ahmad Al Khowaiter

    Ahmad Al Khowaiter
    Chief Technology Officer, Saudi Aramco
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  • Masato Kamiya

    Masato Kamiya
    General Manager Business Strategy & Project Development Hydrogen/CCUS, INPEX

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