US Chapter Event "Carbon Capture & Hydrogen Technologies and Commercial Structures – Will Regulation Match the Pace in the U.S., Brazil and Elsewhere?"
8:00 - 10:30 a.m. Monday, December 4, 2023
Mayer Brown | 700 Louisiana St., Suite 3400, Houston, Texas 77002
Professor Sergio Guerra, Dean, FGV Rio de Janeiro Law School
Professor Julian Cardenas, Director of the Center for U.S. and Mexican law, University of Houston Law Center
Gabrielle Finger, Commercial Advisor, CCUS, Chevron New Energies
Phillip Lau, Partner, Mayer Brown
Gabriel Salinas, Partner, Mayer Brown
Join us for this breakfast event where we will discuss the rapid technological and commercial structure evolution within the carbon capture and hydrogen sectors.
Carbon capture & storage and hydrogen are important pieces in the “energy transition” puzzle in the U.S., Brazil and beyond. Technological advances, together with governmental incentives, and creative commercial approaches are resulting in ever increasing investments in these industries. Some question whether legislation and the regulatory framework in key countries are keeping apace to fully enable creation of needed infrastructures and project implementation. Our expert panel will describe the current state of these industries and discuss their current and optimal regulatory environments. This will be followed by a Q&A session.
Breakfast will be provided. Registration is complimentary for members and non-members. Please register at the link to the right by December 3.
Parking is available at 700 Louisiana St. and the nearby Theater District parking garage.
Special thanks to event-sponsor: