Clean Coal Technologies - towards a low carbon economy

Venue: The Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jun 24, 2008
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The Cambridge University Energy Network (CUEN) is proud to present the 2008 Cambridge Annual Energy Conference – "*Clean Coal Technologies – towards a low carbon economy*".

This prestigious event brings together the leading authorities from industry, academia and think tanks. Chaired by Dr Jeff Chapman, Chief Executive of the Carbon Capture and Storage Association, the conference addresses the financial, policy and technological aspects of clean coal technologies as a feasible method of mitigating CO2 emissions and ensuring energy security.

*Featured speakers include:*
- Dr Jeff Chapman: Chief Executive Carbon Capture and Storage Association
*Policy Drivers for CCTs *
- Dr Pierre Noël: Electricity Policy Research Group University of Cambridge
- Representative: Arthur D.Little
- Dr Jon Gibbins: Senior Lecturer Imperial College London
*Current and Emerging CCTs *
- Dr Anthony Booer: Business Development Manager Schlumberger
- Dr John Dennis: Senior Lecturer University of Cambridge
- Terry Radding: Energy Solutions Manager GE Energy
- Dr John Topper: Managing Director IEA Clean Coal Centre
*Investment Challenges of CCTs *
- Dr Anthony White: Managing Director Climate Change Capital
- Michiel Mak: Senior Vice President Royal Dutch Shell
- Paul Soffe: Associate Director Ecosecurities

- Lunch, coffee-breaking and a wine reception is included.

*Time and Date*
- The conference opens at 9 am on 24th June 2008. Please go to for the full conference agenda.

- The Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Clarkson Road, Cambridge CB3 0WA, UK.

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I look forward to seeing you at the conference.


Robin Chrystie
President of CUEN


Wilberforce Road, Cambridge. CB3 0WA
United Kingdom