Brad Page has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Global CCS Institute. He will take up the position in August.
“The appointment of Brad Page as CEO marks the start of a new chapter of the Institute’s mission to accelerate the global deployment of CCS technologies,” said Russell Higgins AO, Chairman of the Global CCS Institute.
At this Workshop, the current and proposed work activities of the World Bank, intergovernmental organizations and research institutes relevant to carbon capture and storage (CCS) in developed and developing countries will be presented and discussed.
The Annual Meeting is a three-day event for business and technology managers and modelling personnel from across the process industries. Key themes are the application of high-fidelity predictive modelling to optimisation of process design and operations, support of innovation and management of risk.
This 3rd conference will focus on research and technological development within the 25 on-going projects under EU 7th framework programme or supported research fund for coal and steel. The conference will give an overview of the different projects, their objectives and their main results. The programme provides enough time for networking, discussion and gives an excellent opportunity to exchange views with European key players in CCS. It will be relevant for researchers, industry and other stakeholders, also to those not connected to EU CCS projects.
The Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) conference series was formed in 1997 following the merger of the earlier series of International Conference on Carbon Dioxide Removal (ICCDR) and the Greenhouse Gas Mitigation options conference. IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme (IEA GHG) are the guardians of the GHGT conferences which are held every two years. The conference series rotates between, North America, Europe and Asia.
Advancing the work of the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) Technology Action Plan, the Global CCS Institute and Parsons Brinckerhoff today released a report investigating the industrial use of captured CO2 to accelerate the uptake of carbon capture and storage (CCS).
The Global CCS Institute is pleased to announce that it now has more than 300 Members, reaching a milestone that testifies to the value organisations and governments place on carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a greenhouse gas emissions curbing tool.