International climate change commitments cannot be met without carbon capture and storage (CCS). This year’s forum will highlight key CCS developments in the Asia Pacific region, discuss the power of collaboration and seek insights from our presenters and participants as to how we can increase and diversify support for CCS.
In the UAE, CCUS has attracted leading academic institutes and technology developers to work on developing advanced technologies for reducing CO2 emissions. On Wednesday, 26th April, you have the opportunity to join the Masdar Institute’s Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, Mohammad Abu Zahra to learn about the current status and potential for CCUS in the UAE.
This presentation focused on the critical role CCS can play in Australia’s economic prosperity and energy security. To remain within its carbon budget, Australia must accelerate the deployment of CCS. Couple with this, only CCS can ensure energy security for the power sector and high-emissions industries whilst maintain the the vital role the energy sector plays in the Australian economy.
This webinar is a must for anyone working in or studying carbon capture and storage or other CO2 abatement technologies. If you have ever nodded along at a conference where the importance of understanding stakeholders is acknowledged, but then stopped to wonder – what might that look like in practice? This Webinar is for you.