CCUS Advisor - UK

Posted 01 December 2023
Salary Competitive Salary (DOE)
Job type Permanent
Discipline Renewable Energy & InfrastructureSustainability
Contact NameEthan Cleary

Job description

​The Green Recruitment Company are delighted to be working with a leading global Cleantech consultancy, who are focused on delivering innovative solutions to build a greener and smarter future for all.

The company supports significant projects in the natural & built environment, providing design & engineering services to private & public sector clients, as well as strategic advisory offering, covering a range of technologies and industry sectors. As such, they are looking for an CCUS Advisor in Energy Transition to take a lead role in the delivery of Net Zero & CCUS advisory assignments across the full CCUS chain spanning the asset lifecycle.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical and commercial monitoring for the Low Carbon Contracts Company of the delivery of the various emitter projects awarded support contracts.

  • Support the ongoing technical and commercial engagements with the transport, storage and emitter sponsors leading to their award of Government support contracts.

  • Take a lead role in delivery of policy advice to Government and industrial clients on various aspects of CCUS and Net Zero.

  • Ensure assignments have due consideration of any applicable Health, Safety, Environmental or Quality Assurance requirements.

Your Profile:

  • Experience of providing technical advice to policy and corporate decision makers and being comfortable leading discussions and having the experience and ability to understand, evaluate and explain complex technical issues to both technical and non-technical professionals.

  • Have a good appreciation of the full CCUS chain design, commissioning, and operational considerations, covering carbon capture process, pipeline and non-pipeline transportation and the injection and sub-surface geology.

  • Have substantial experience and knowledge of carbon capture process and ancillary systems design, costs, and performance, including capture plant, compression, and gas conditioning systems etc.

  • Demonstrable understanding and familiarity with the current UK CCUS Business Models for emitters and the transport and storage system.