The Canadian Institutes 6th Annual Clean Coal Symposium

Venue: Hotel Saskatchewan Radisson Plaza

Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Event Date/Time: Oct 20, 2009 End Date/Time: Oct 21, 2009
Early Registration Date: Sep 22, 2009
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With a recent federal government announcement for sweeping new climate change regulations that will phase out traditional coal-fired power, this is the year you can’t afford to miss.

This annual event always generates interest and enthusiasm and with new emissions caps expected in both Canada and the US, this year will be no exception. Don’t miss this opportunity to get the most up to date reports on carbon capture projects, clean coal power generation, breaking news on new clean coal technologies, opportunities to network and exchange best practices with your peers and listen to and learn from the experts.

The world is paying very close attention to current and proposed Canadian clean coal projects so attending the 6th annual Clean Coal Symposium has never been more important. Mark October 20 & 21, 2009 on your calendar and plan to attend.

This important annual event will delve into many of the critical issues and challenges that surround clean coal. An outstanding roster of Canadian and International experts will share updates, breakthrough technologies and relevant news regarding the clean coal industry.

This exciting event is supported by Premier Brad Wall of Saskatchewan, Premier Ed Stelmach of Alberta and Governor Brian Schweitzer of Montana. Read their special welcome messages

Highlights from this exciting event include:

The US Department of Energy will share details regarding current research and large scale demonstration projects
Lisa DeMarco of Macleod Dixon will highlight legal and regulatory requirements that you must be aware of
Corby Anderson from the Colorado School of Mines will discuss advanced coal beneficiation
The Canadian Clean Power Coalition will provide both short and long term forecasts for Clean Coal in Canada
The latest details and developments regarding the Saskatchewan-Montana CO2 project
Economic updates on recent emerging funding and financing approaches for Carbon Capture and Storage projects

Progress of the Boundary Dam Power Station CCS demonstration project from SaskPower

Register today by calling 1-877-927-7936 or register online.