Key Member events ahead

Monday, 2 June 2014

Australia Members’ Meeting, 3 June

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The Global CCS Institute’s 2014 Australia Members’ Meeting is a meeting for all Members of the Institute showcasing CCS highlights from the region. Opening with a global overview of the status of CCS, the meeting will follow a case study format where real life experiences across the CCS chain are discussed with attendees. The case studies will include:

  • Lessons learnt from two projects that are of global significance from a CCS knowledge sharing perspective
  • Latest research results from post combustion capture processes and impacts on the environment
  • Application of the regulatory toolkit in Australia
  • Lessons from community engagement across industries in an Australian context.

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EMEA Members’ Meeting, 18 June

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The Global CCS Institute's 2014 Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Members' Meeting will be held on 18 June at the RAI Conference Centre in Amsterdam. The event will commence with a networking reception to be held in the evening of Tuesday 17 June.
This is an interesting time for the development of CCS in the EMEA region, with recent positive announcements in the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates contrasting with a continuing challenging environment in mainland Europe. 
The Members' Meeting will coincide with the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) conference and the Dutch CATO-2 conference, both of which will attract a number of key CCS proponents and provide a unique networking opportunity.
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Japan Members’ Meeting, 19 June

The Global CCS Institute’s Japan Members’ Meeting 2014 is an opportunity for all Members of the Institute to share lessons learnt from projects worldwide. Opening with addresses from Japanese Ministries and Australian Embassy in Tokyo, the meeting will follow with presentations from several projects in Japan, Australia and China, plus the of U.S. Department of Energy. This will be followed by panel discussion between presenters. Institute Members are encouraged to register for the Japan Member’s Meeting, to be held at the Iino Hall and Conference Center, Tokyo by contacting

Global Status of CCS: 2014, Abu Dhabi, 5-6 November

The Institute’s annual international Members event, the Global Status of CCS will this year be held in Abu Dhabi on 5-6 November, with site visits on 7 November. Coinciding with the launch of The Global Status of CCS: 2014 report, the event will feature leading speakers from around the world. A preliminary agenda and registration information will be released to Members in coming weeks.
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