The Trondheim CCS Conference series is a leading bi-annual scientific CCS technology conference.
The Trondheim Conference is staged bi-annually. While the 4th Conference in 2007 had 46 oral presentations and 215 attendees and the 5th Conference in 2009 had 100 papers and 300 participants, the 6th Conference (in 2011) had 145 papers, more than 100 posters, and 425 participants – from 22 countries.
The Brainstorming Day is a workshop bringing together Carbon Capture and Storage specialists from five European-funded (FP7) projects about CO2 storage: MUSTANG, ULTIMATECO2, CO2CARE, CARBFIX and PANACEA.
Run by the University of Leeds, the course will provide a general introduction to CCS technology, including capture and transport of CO2 and introduction to 2nd generation capture technology, and MVA (Monitoring, Verification and Accounting). The course will also present planned and recently developed insights into demonstration projects in UK and worldwide. Recent advances in the understanding of technological challenges and knowledge gaps will be examined.
SaskPower believes that global CCS knowledge will grow as information is shared. The SaskPower CCS Global Consortium has been created for CCS leaders around the world to access their Boundary Dam project experience from concept to completion, including: financing, construction, operationalization and monitoring. This creates a conduit for global expertise to unite and explore new technologies that use one of the world’s most abundant, cost effective and secure fuel sources – coal.
Building on the enormous success of the inaugural ‘Summer Study on Energy Efficiency and Decentralised Energy’, the Australian Alliance to Save Energy (A²SE) will once again host this dynamic forum for the latest thinking and international best practice. With the price shock of rapidly increasing domestic and industrial energy costs, energy efficiency has never had a higher profile than it does today. It is now a major focus across all sections of the community. Meanwhile, federal and state government programs are driving a huge expansion of efficiency initiatives.