From our offices throughout the UK, Europe, Asia and America, LSP specialise in supplying talent solutions throughout the supply chain and across the whole lifecycle of Carbon Capture and Storage projects. This includes, but is not limited to;
- Business/Market Development
- Procurement & Contract Management
- Project Scoping & Development
- Project Finance / Investment / M&A
- Installation & Construction
- Project & PMO Management
Job opportunities within CCS are growing at an exceptional rate and are to continue increasing over the coming decades. LSP Renewables are dedicated to providing the talent needed to contribute to the complete removal of carbon from our atmosphere. As a business, we specialise only in the markets and technologies that will accelerate our journey to net zero. This niche, sector focused approach, enables us to build a broad network across the entire talent pool, and provide that network with knowledgeable, professional and best in class recruitment or career development services.
Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) Specialist
Locations: Zurich, Switzerland Koln, Germany Austin, Texas Responsibilities Your mission is to enable our client’s buildout roadmap by identifying and picking winners amongst developing CO2 capture, transport and storage hubs worldwide. You will support the selection of suitable sites for current and future Direct Air Capture + Storage (DAC+S) projects. Continuously acquire knowledge of the CCS landscape and developments across various global markets including technical Carbon Dioxide Removals, such as BECCS and DAC+S. This encompasses staying informed about ongoing CCS projects and emerging hubs, understanding the business case for each industry/project within the current local regulatory framework, which includes aspects such as emissions taxation, subsidies, permitting restrictions, etc. Stay updated on the state-of-the-art and the future outlook for technology and costs per project type. Contribute to the continuous development of our client’s methodology for site selection and to the maintenance of databases related to site selection. Proactively seek and establish innovative partnerships with industry players, research institutions, and governments. Requirements A bachelor's degree in engineering, earth sciences or a related discipline. 3+ years of experience in project development/management and governance in the field of CCS. Existing network in the CCS and energy sector. Professional understanding of all elements of the CCS value chain, including industries suitable for point-source capture, analysis of CCS market trends, and proficiency in CO2 capture technologies, storage methods, and reservoir monitoring technologies. Creative and structured approach to solving complex challenges. Fluent in English and you are willing to travel up to 20%.
Our client is looking for an experienced Commercial Manager to lead the development of contracting and sourcing strategies and negotiations for land acquisition, energy supply, and CO₂ storage for Direct Air Capture (DAC) plants across the USA.You will develop and lead multifunctional execution efforts for these complex contracts to support Project Development and DAC hub projects in the USA.You will manage contracts and execute commercial best practices in accordance with our client’s procurement policy and relevant regulations.You will be in charge of preparing Freehold Lease and Right of Way Agreement documents and you acquire proximity consents, crossing agreements, road use agreements, and approvals with third parties, plus you lead commercial and strategic evaluations of bids and negotiations.You handle DOE funding agreements and related financial arrangements, and you identify and quantify commercial risks and devise risk management solutions.RequirementsYou have a bachelor's degree in an engineering, technical, or business field.You look back on 7+ years of overall professional experience, with a minimum of 5 years in commercial negotiations for large-scale contracts in Land Acquisition, PPAs or similar in the power or energy sector.You possess a strong network within the US infrastructure and power industry.You have exceptional commercial and business acumen, and demonstrate the ability to anticipate changes, manage risks, and deliver results.You are an experienced people leader with a collaborative and forward-thinking approach.You live in Austin, TX or are willing to relocate there for this position. In addition, you are willing to travel up to 30% of the time.