Gabriel Ignat, Getica CCS Project Manager at ISPE (Institute for Studies and Power Engineering) in Romania spent some time talking with the team at the Global CCS Institute about the results of their feasibility study for the Getica CCS Demonstration Project’s CO2 capture facility.
Developers of large scale CO2 injection tests, developers of CCS demonstration projects and governments in Canada, Europe and the U.S. have shown a keen interest in a knowledge sharing workshop focused solely on MVA/MMV.
Clean Power Asia 2012 is expected to attract over 600 power generation industry professionals from the region and beyond interested in the latest developments and innovative approaches to cleaner conventional and renewable energy generation.
Now in its third year, the event will gather professionals from industry, EU policymakers and other stakeholders for a debate on the progress of CCS in Europe. This year's discussions will focus on the impact of the global financial crisis on the roll out of CCS, the state of play regarding CCS funding models including future roles for public subsidies, and will also explore the future applications and uses for CCS that may help drive its commercialisation potential.
The 2012 Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) Conference & Exhibition will be held in Adelaide, South Australia from 13-16 May 2012. The venue will be the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Attracting over 200 attendees from 34 countries to the Berlin and Bari events, ACI's Carbon Capture & Storage Summit has cemented its place as a leading annual meeting for leading figures from utilities, government, oil and gas companies and technology developers.
This course will give delegates unique access to the team from CCS TLM and the tea m from NCCCS. CCS TLM have extensive experience and capabilities in the technical, commercial and financing aspects of large-scale fully integrated CCS projects, and NCCCS CCS projects, and the British Geological Survey and capture engineers from the University of Nottingham.