The purpose of the second CCS Week 2011 is to disseminate the progress of researchers in South Africa who are working on CCS. In conjuction with the Conference, a number of workshop/courses will be held. The purpose is to focus on South African work.
Hot issues in China’s clean coal industry will be highlighted to explore investment opportunities. Over 100 industry leaders from government department, coal companies, chemical companies electricity companies, clean coal technology and equipment suppliers, industry solution providers and research institute will be presented. Based on the real needs of participants, the conference will provide a networking platform to interpret the latest policy trend, present the latest scientific and technological achievements and offer professional solutions.
The Platts European ‘Carbon Capture and Storage' conference has grown together with the industry and provided attendees with an overview of European CCS and its development including the latest in policy developments, deployment challenges like finance, public awareness and storage liability, and showcased the leading projects in their various stages from Europe and from around the world. The Global CCS Institute is a supporting partner of this conference, if you are an Institute Member you are entitled to 15 per cent off the registration fee.
Market players along the value chain will be present. In order to fully exploit this potential, the Enterprise Europe Network will organize a matchmaking for the participants where transnational synergies can be developed. This will be an opportunity to establish new contacts and discuss current issues bilaterally.
ACI’s Gasification 2011 will bring together senior executives from the oil refining and power industry as well as technology providers and regulators to evaluate techno-economic progress to expand future deployment of gasification.
Now in its third year, The Carbon Show continues to grow and 2011 will see the show expand its international focus, with in-depth features on energy efficiency and carbon markets and activity in Europe. Last year's show saw over 1,700 participants meet to discuss issues in carbon management, reduction and trading. The event included a seminar programme with top-level speakers, exhibitors from key industry organisations and unrivalled networking opportunities.
The Carbon Capture Legal Programme, based at University College London, will host a one-day event to launch the results of its Case Study Project on the transposition of the EU Directive on the Geological Storage of CO2 (CCS Directive).
The two day course will give an overview of the capture, transport and storage aspects of CCS. The technical and safety requirements of each stage of the chain will be assessed and put into a larger context using case studies and real life examples.