Event DetailsMay 15, 2013
ACI’s 5th Carbon Capture & Storage Summit will take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, arguably the European centre for CCS. In fact, a limited number of conference attendees will receive the unique opportunity to attend a site visit to the CATO pilot during the afternoon of Tuesday 14th May 2013.
Bringing together 60-80 of the industry’s leading experts and executives from across the entire value chain (power production & energy intensive industry, capture technology, chemical process, transportation, storage, utilisation & EOR) for two days of interactive discussion, excellent networking opportunities and the very latest updates from CCS projects around the globe, ACI’s 5th Carbon Capture & Storage will present you with the knowledge, experience & contacts you need to drive your business forward.
Lars Hende, Director, Commercial & Strategy (CO2EOR), Maersk Oil
Tim Bertels, Manager CCS Portfolio, Shell International Exploration & Production B.V.
GÃƒÂ©rard Moutet, Sustainable Development & Environment, Vice President – Energy, Total
Beatrice Coda, Senior Policy Officer, DG Climate Action, European Commission
Peter Radgen, Head of Innovation Centre Carbon Capture & Storage, E.ON
Ward Goldthorpe, Programme Manager CCS & Gas Storage, The Crown Estate
Tore Amundsen, Managing Director, CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad DA (TCM DA)
Derek Taylor, Director, CCS Activities, Bellona
Sean Simpson, Chief Scientific Officer & Co-Founder, LanzaTech
Giles Dickson, VP Environmental Policies & Global Advocacy, Alstom
Alastair Rennie, Project Director, AMEC
Narasi Sridhar, Vice President, Director – Materials Program, Research & Innovation, Det Norske Veritas (U.S.A.), Inc.
Peter Petrov, Research Programme Officer, DG Research & Innovation, CCS Group, European Commission
Niels Poulsen, Senior Scientist, Geological Survey of Denmark & Greenland & President, ENeRG
Sanjeev Kumar, Senior Associate, E3G
Carmen Dybwad, CEO, IPAC-CO2
Gilles Munier, CEO, Geogreen
Hannah Chalmers, Institute for Energy Systems, University of Edinburgh
Senior Representative, TNO
Key topics include:Ã‚Â
European storage opportunities
EOR vs. pure storage: Analysis of key pros & cons
CO2 as chemical feedstock
Challenges in the pipeline
Policy & regulation: Key developments in the EU
Stakeholder & community engagement
Eurozone back in recession: Impact on the ETS & CCS funding
CCS – How We Make IT Work
Bio-CCS: Large-Scale Carbon-Negative Technology
The fastest growing CCS industry in the world: China focus
Project updates: Energy intensive industries
Project updates: Power production & energy intensive industries
Operational flexibility of power plants with CO2 capture
Future insight: New carbon capture process developments
Power companies, oil refiners, steel manufacturers, ammonia producers, (petro)chemical companies, cement plant owners, pipeline operators, ship owners, upstream oil & gas companies, capture technology developers, chemical process industry, government representatives, energy, environment & climate consultants and lawyers.
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