JCOAL are hosting the 20th Clean Coal Day (5 September 2011) and Japan International Symposium. Topics include upstream aspects of coal use such as building stronger relationships with coal-producing countries to develop new mines and secure mining rights and interests. Presentations will address downstream issues such as clean coal technologies (CCT), utilization of low-grade coal, and development and global deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) systems.
A free public lecture on low emission energy technologies. They are on the agenda as Australia moves towards carbon pricing. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) has enormous potential for reducing Australia's greenhouse gas emissions - but will it work and can we afford it?
The objectives of the 2-day workshop are to share the experiences of country programs funded by the World Bank CCS TF, as well as other emerging economies with an interest in CCS development, and to provide a platform for additional discussions addressing financing barriers for CCS deployment.
With a decade of service to the coal sector, COAL-GEN is the industry’s most dynamic event covering the latest topics affecting the design, development, upgrading, operation and maintenance of coal-fueled power plants. With an anticipated attendance of over 4,500 industry professionals and more than 350 exhibitors, COAL-GEN is the industry’s largest event focused on the solutions of today and the technologies of tomorrow.
The objective of this EPRI workshop is to bring together members of the solvent development community, government agencies, environmental organizations, academic researchers, industry, and other stakeholders to discuss different approaches to evaluating toxicity of solvents for CO2 capture, particularly in face of proprietary issues. The outcome of the workshop is anticipated to be a set of research approaches that could be explored.
The Global Clean Energy Congress & Exhibition provides a global platform to demonstrate, discuss and debate global clean energy strategies, policies and technologies. The Congress features a combination of keynote addresses, high-level technical presentations, and training workshops. The program is complimented by an innovation-focused exhibition, dealmakers’ investment lounge and several networking functions.
The United Nations Climate Change Conference, Durban 2011, will bring together representatives of the world's governments, international organizations and civil society. The discussions will seek to advance, in a balanced fashion, the implementation of the Convention and the Kyoto Protocol, as well as the Bali Action Plan, agreed at COP 13 in 2007, and the
The third part of the sixteenth session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Further Commitments for Annex I Parties under the Kyoto Protocol (AWG-KP 16) and the third part of the fourteenth session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Long-term Cooperative Action under the Convention (AWG-LCA 14) will take place in Panama City from Saturday, 1 October to Friday, 7 October 2011 at the Centro de Convenciones ATLAPA, Panama C