This annual event brings together coal producers,coal technology providers and governments to explore the prospects for UCG, coal liquefaction, commercial advantages, environmental issues and a review of some of the projects in Australia and overseas.
The 2nd Brussels CCS Summit will seek to identify and explore in detail what can be done to clarify and progress the demonstration of CCS, focusing particularly on the issue of finance and regulation, and will pose the question: will the technology be ready in Europe by 2020?
The congress aims to encourage fruitful dialogue for sustaining future growth of Petro-Coal sectors and make an attempt to provide solutions to the problems faced by the Oil, Gas and Coal industries world over. Special focus will be on key industry issues and emerging energy solutions while pursuing business building and networking.
Platts European Carbon Capture and Storage conference has very much become the benchmark within the industry. It continues to build upon Platts global reputation for content quality while delivering challenging agendas at the right time from those individuals and organisations who are leading the charge.
EU Heads of State have called for up to 12 large-scale CCS demonstration projects to be operational by 2015. With just about every country in the world committed to tackling their carbon emissions, a race is on to develop this technology as quickly as possible. The countries and companies that get there first, stand to have an enormous advantage in what will be a global growth industry.
World Future Energy Summit (WFES) is a unique international platform for the development and commercialization of renewable energy. Held under the patronage of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and the Deputy Supreme Commander of UAE Armed Forces, WFES is hosted by Masdar and owned by Reed Exhibitions.
Held over four days, the Summit in January 2010 featured 145 expert speakers including world leaders, international policy makers, heads of business and industry, global investors and academics.
Funded by the Global CCS Institute and completed by the World Resources Institute (WRI), the paper reviews nine specific topics around technology aspects and policy implications that have been raised within the international negotiations context in the past.
Project Pioneer, an ‘early mover’ in carbon capture and storage (CCS), became today the latest project to be tapped by the Global CCS Institute for emerging hands-on knowledge and expertise that can help overcome key barriers facing the technology’s worldwide deployment.
Pioneer – a project located in Alberta, Canada and led by TransAlta Corporation – is receiving AU$5 million in support of concept definition studies that cover all aspects of the CCS value chain at large scale.
The United Nations Climate Change Conference to be held in Cancun, Mexico, from 29 November to 10 December 2010, encompasses the sixteenth Conference of the Parties (COP) and the sixth Conference of the Parties serving as the Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (CMP), as well as the thirty-third sessions of both the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA), and the fifteenth session of the AWG-KP and thirteenth session of the AWG-LCA.
Evaluating the pros and cons of pipeline and shipping methods of CO2 transportation is becoming increasingly important as the fast paced power and energy industry embrace the Kyoto Protocol and reduce emissions.