Join Team Lincolnshire at their next webinar focused on Humber Zero – a project dedicated to enhancing a thriving community and to significantly reducing levels of greenhouse gases being emitted to the atmosphere.
It is an industry-led project to remove up to 8 million tonnes of CO2 from the Immingham industrial area and create a low carbon future for the Humber region.
Heavy industry is the lifeblood of the Humber economy, and the region produces many of the everyday products we take for granted in the UK, from construction materials to chemicals, food to fuel.
Humber Zero will help industry to decarbonise, safeguarding thousands of jobs whilst supporting the UK in meeting its commitments to net zero.
The project supports the UK government’s target for achieving net zero in the coming decades, through its 10-point plan for a green industrial revolution and the recently published UK Hydrogen strategy.
This webinar will include the following:
• Project overview
• Skills – future needs and skills pipeline
• The future/closing remarks
Don't miss the opportunity to gain a better understanding of this major project and the benefits it will bring to the Humber region and beyond - book your place today!
Meet the Speakers:
Jenny Sutcliffe, Principal Consultant Regulatory Affairs, Phillips 66 Humber Refinery
Jenny is part of the decarbonisation team at Phillips 66 Humber Refinery with a focus on HSE, regulatory and government issues relating to carbon reduction projects and initiatives. In 2006, she graduated as a Chemical Engineer from the University of Birmingham and joined the Humber Refinery where she worked on a number of the production units, before going into the environmental team. Upon joining the team, Jenny progressed her career as the Environmental Team Leader, this then later expanded to also include the Process Safety team.
In 2021, Jenny joined the newly formed decarbonisation team to help with all of the exciting developments being progressed at the Humber Refinery in support of the UK’s target to achieve net zero.
Jen Vincent, Director of Business Development and Careers Leader, Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire
Jen is the Director of Business Development and Careers Leader at Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire. Prior to the UTC, Jen has worked in ‘Employment and Skills’ for many years, including Department for Work and Pensions, Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, the Careers & Enterprise Company, and North and North East Lincolnshire Councils.
The role at the UTC brings together her passion and knowledge of LMI and employability skills to inspire and prepare students for the world of work and enterprise.
Jonathan Briggs, Humber Zero Project Director, VPI
Jonathan has worked in the Oil & Gas industry for over 30 years with BP, OGCI Climate Investment Fund, and now manages the Humber Zero project. He has held several roles in upstream, LNG, power and CCUS. Previously, Jonathan was the Managing Director for the Hydrogen Energy Joint Venture between BP and Rio Tinto in North America and managed both BP’s initial CCS project at the North Sea’s Miller platform and later the Don Valley Power Project that participated in the UK’s CCS commercialization competition in 2011.
He currently chairs the CCSA (Carbon Capture and Storage Association), an association of over 80 companies representing the cross section of participants engaged in the commercial deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).