Events

Past events

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Monday, 28 April 2014 - 10:00am
Conference
Pittsburgh

The Annual CCUS Conference focuses on carbon capture, separation, utilization and sequestration technologies that are being or could be deployed in the U.S., North America and in developing economies.

Friday, 25 April 2014 - 12:00am
Webinar
Organised by: 
Global CCS Institute

This second webinar was held on Friday 25th April, for anyone who wasn't able to join us for the previous webinar held on Thursday 20th March.

This webinar presented the findings of a study to assess the economic viability of natural gas combined-cycle power plants with CO2 capture and storage (NGCC-CCS) in climate change mitigation strategies, emphasising the use of renewable energy and natural gas for electric power generation. In this study, the cost of NGCC-CCS was compared on a level playing field to those of intermittent renewable energy systems (IRES) and energy storage technologies as a means of reducing power sector greenhouse gas emissions. 

Friday, 18 April 2014 - 11:00am
Conference
Brussels
Organised by: 
Platts

Platts 8th Annual European Carbon Capture and Storage conference will return early next year to Brussels. Known by the carbon capture and storage community as the preferred meeting place of leading European and international project developers, policy makers, technology providers and observers, we look forward to debating what needs to be done to galvanise action, regain confidence and get European CCS back on track in 2014.

The Global CCS Institute is a sponsor of the 2014 event.

Tuesday, 15 April 2014 - 5:00pm
Webinar
Organised by: 
Global CCS Institute

The Rotterdam Capture and Storage Demonstration Project (ROAD) has completed a report for the Global CCS Institute to investigate issues surrounding CCS operation under different operating conditions, including start-up, shutdown and emergencies. Various strategies have been developed to provide robust, safe, and efficient operating solutions at different focal points along the CO2 chain, including the compression unit, the transport, and the injection platform.