With uncertainty around government regulation of power plant carbon emissions it is vital for power plant operators to understand how to adapt to tightening regulatory frameworks around carbon emissions for power plants.
The public sector has a key part to play in the fight against climate change, as well as ensuring the security of the country's energy supply. The Public Accounts Committee has criticised the UK's 'unacceptably slow' progress towards meeting its renewable energy targets. Understanding the scale of change required, and the public sector's role in leading the way, is vitally important.
The sixth Global CCS Institute Members' Meeting with be held in conjunction with its second Annual General Meeting over 4-5 October 2011. A day of site tours will run on 6 October for interested parties.
Information will be circulated to Members in coming weeks.
The overall theme of the 2011 Conference is ‘Securing Safe, Smart, Sustainable Supply.’
Samir Brikho, Chief Executive of AMEC plc is the Conference Chairman. He will be joined by some of the biggest minds in the industry who will provide insight to the SPE Offshore Europe 2011 Conference.
SPE Offshore Europe 2011 represents an excellent opportunity via its extensive programme to hear about the latest technical developments and thinking in the upstream world.
The primary themes of the conference are global warming and climate change, not only in engineering and science but also in all other disciplines (e.g. ecology, education, social sciences, economics, management, political sciences, and information technology). It covers a broad range of topics on energy and environment policies, energy resources, energy conversion technologies, energy management and conservation, energy security, renewables, green technologies, emission reduction and abatement, carbon tax, sustainable development, pollution control and measures, policy development, etc.