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CCS 2011

Start Date:22 Sep 11 End Date:23 Sep 11

Our 2nd annual event will unite key players from across the carbon capture and storage industry, both from private and public sectors, tackling key issues facing the development of the CCS market. Focus will be paid to National and International CCS policy, mobilisation and allocation of public and private funds. Although offering an insight into capture technologies and processes, this year’s event will provide a focused analysis of the challenges facing transportation and storage of carbon dioxide.

Moving away from generic CCS discussions, our 2nd annual event will highlight the bankability of CCS projects for private investors, including detailed analysis of risks and challenges from international experts.

The event will address the key issues facing the future of the CCS industry:
• CCS and its role in the future energy mix
• National and EU policy
• Allocation private sector financing
• Securing public support
• Developing carbon dioxide transport infrastructure
• Carbon dioxide storage and future security
• The future outlook of CCS, a postgraduate perspective

Contact our team for more information and secure your place now benefiting from our Super Early Bird discount of £500!


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