Ashleigh Ross has 20 years of dedication to CCS across a broad range including strategy, technology, policy, economics, commercial and project development, and deep subsurface expertise. With Carbon America, she is leading internal and industry-wide policy and advocacy efforts to ensure a robust, effective, and efficient landscape for CCS deployment. In previous roles, she was responsible for the development of BP’s CCUS strategy and portfolio and serves as CCS expert and reservoir engineer at ConocoPhillips. Ashleigh has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Oklahoma State University, M.S. in Chemical Engineering and M.S. in Technology and Policy from M.I.T. focused on techno-economic based deployment strategies for CCS, and an M.Phil. in Environmental Policy from the University of Cambridge where she was a Gates scholar.
By taking a global approach to the challenges of CCS – it’s cost, complexity, and nascency – Carbon America has developed a, multi-pronged approach to catalyze and accelerate the industry. Carbon America’s vertical integration and ultraclean carbon capture technology are designed to maximize benefits to the planet and communities in which we are building CCS ecosystems.