Energy And Environment Foundation with the support of Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Ministry of Coal, Ministry of Power and Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India is organizing Third World PetroCoal Congress-2013 from 15th to 17th February, 2013 at Convention Centre-NDCC Parliament Street, New Delhi, India. Theme of the congress is “Fossil Fuels for Greener Growth : Challenges and Opportunities”.
The most definitive low carbon event in Asia - LCES 2013 will take place during November 8-10, 2013 in Chengdu, China. As one of the leading conferences for low carbon economy, technology, development and partnering, following on from the huge success of our previous meetings, LCES-2013 will contribute to offering a multidisciplinary and informative platform.
The AOG Conference returns this year to explore issues affecting the oil & gas industry in Australia. The AOG Conference will give you the opportunity to engage with industry specialists and grow your knowledge.
Geophysics is playing an ever increasing and important role global energy challenges. Novel techniques are required in the hydrocarbon industry to maximize conventional reserves as well as exploit unconventional reserves. Furthermore, as society and governments strive toward low carbon future commitments, new techniques require development and current techniques require adaptation to exploit renewable resources as well as store anthropogenic carbon dioxide and nuclear waste.
The Scottish Low Carbon Investment Conference will explore the topic of Open Innovation, with high-quality networking, interactive sessions and keynote presentations from global thought-leaders:
Dr. Augustin Delgado Martin, Director of Innovation - Iberdrola, Head of Iberdrola venture capital programme PERSEO Dr Andy Stanford-Clark, FBCS CITP, Distinguished Engineer, Chief Technology Officer, Smarter Energy, IBM Global Business Services
Since the first COAL-GEN Europe back in 2008, this annual event has strived to provide a vital forum where coal-based power generation’s major issues – of which there are many - can be discussed and debated, and the latest advances in technology that will ensure coal as a future ‘clean fuel’ presented.
As demand for both LNG and Natural Gas increases, markets in Europe are facing a number of challenges. The political and legislative conditions and strategies from individual states add to these challenges as the markets strive for sustainable energy policy. The European Gas Production Forum & Exhibition will explore current issues facing the industry and how the engineering (technical) supply chain can solve those problems in collaboration with the commercial, governmental sectors and energy associations.
The 4th edition of the ACEME Conferences builds upon the successful previous editions: London (UK) in June 2006, Rome (Italy) in October 2008, and Turku (Finland) in November 2010. The ACEME conferences aim at promoting research and development activities on accelerated carbonation at an international level, favoring the share of knowledge on the title subject and critically discussing future development and implementation in the field.