Now is the time to gain the most up-to-date information to overcome the challenges as CCS forges ahead to commercialization.Carbon capture and storage technologies are on the cusp of moving from demonstration projects to commercial application. The federal and provincial governments’ support for CCS alongside successful projects have made Canada a CCS leader on a global scale. At The Canadian Institute’s 5thAnnual Carbon Capture & Storage Conference, top experts and industry leaders will share their experiences and best practices during this crucial and transitional period.
Stay ahead of your competition and work toward meeting GHG targets by joining us on January 31st – February 1st, 2011. Get your questions answers directly from the source: hear from the regulators involved in legislation, the scientists fostering advancement and the key industry players who are moving past demonstrations. Highlights from this year’s critical event include:
- A global perspective from international expert Tim Fox, Head of Energy & Environment, Institution of Mechanical Engineers
- Distinguished CO2 Scientist Stefan Bachu on overcoming geological storage challenges
- TransAlta CCS Director Lisa Doig considering a CCS business model for commercialization
- Engaging NGO stakeholders on CCS issues and gaining public acceptance."
Sponsors Highlight: "Technip‚ a major engineering firm of 23‚000 employees‚ is active within the oil and gas world with a presence in 46 countries. Geogreen‚ an international CCS services company‚ is specialized in CO2 transport and storage‚ and offers its clients engineering services‚ technical assistance‚ and risk assessment. Together these two companies have formed a strategic partnership – combining Technip’s know-how in CO2 capture‚ transport‚ and gas compression with Geogreen’s expertise in CO2 transport and geological storage – so as to offer clients integrated engineering solutions for the entire carbon dioxide capture‚ transport‚ and storage (CCS) chain."