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06 Jan 2011 04:01:12

Realising the potential of CCS



This year's carbon capture and storage conference will build on the success of the 2010 event. Government officials and industry professionals will provide in depth discussion on the global CCS market, paying attention to regulation, legislation, incentives, commercial viability and the role of public opinion. A key focus will be paid to the ever increasing opportunities for the CSS and is global deployment.

This conference will focus on the development of CCS within the UK, lessons learnt and future opportunities. Contextualising the UK within the European CCS market, we will also discuss the role of Europe as a global CCS laboratory. Expert analysis of the emerging markets of China and India will be addressed, with keynote presentations.

E.E.L. Events is proud to present our 2nd annual CCS conference. Whether you're looking to enhance your presence in the CCS market, investing in CCS projects this event ensures you meet the leading players in the global CCS market.

Contact our team for more information and secure your place now saving £300!


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