With 30% of emissions originating from hard-to-abate industries, the need for supply chains to accommodate sustainable solutions without disruption is more urgent than ever. In critical moments like this, carbon capture is emerging as a scalable and readily available technology to decarbonize heavy industries such as cement and steel.

In this webinar, Martin Keighley, CEO at CarbonFree, Erika Chan, Head of Sustainability at U. S. Steel, and Bill Lese, Managing Partner at Braemar Energy Ventures, will leverage insights from CarbonFree’s partnership with U. S. Steel to share best practices of how hard-to-abate industries can reduce emissions through carbon capture.

  • Is your company facing increasing pressure to reduce emissions and/or improve the sustainability of your supply chain but you’re not sure where to start?
  • Are you concerned about how the current regulatory environment will impact the deployment of decarbonization projects?
  • Are you unsure how carbon capture can help you meet your emission reduction goals?
  • Do you lack experience in creating successful partnerships with decarbonization technology companies?

In this free webinar our industry panel will help you to overcome these challenges by sharing actionable ideas and insights on:

  • Challenges faced by hard-to-abate industries to decarbonize under the existing regulatory framework.
  • How to overcome common challenges in the widespread adoption of carbon capture technologies.
  • How other hard-to-abate industries can replicate CarbonFree and U. S. Steel’s partnership to mitigate environmental impact now.
  • The role and potential of carbon capture and utilization (CCUS) in helping to reduce companies’ Scope 3 emissions, from using carbon neutral materials, to sourcing them from industrial operations that are decarbonizing through carbon capture.
  • The role of carbon capture utilization models in reaching decarbonization goals

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Meet the Speakers:

Martin Keighley, CEO, CarbonFree

Martin Keighley, CEO, CarbonFree

Erika Chan, Head of Sustainability, U. S. Steel

Erika Chan, Head of Sustainability, U. S. Steel

Bill Lese, Managing Partner, Braemar Energy Ventures

Bill Lese, Managing Partner, Braemar Energy Ventures