4th Annual Carbon Capture and Storage Conference (387W10-CAL)
|Event Date/Time: Jan 26, 2010||End Date/Time: Jan 27, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: Dec 29, 2009|
Carbon capture and storage technologies are on the cusp of moving from demonstration projects to commercial application. Only now as these technologies are being deployed on a larger scale are we able to explore their full potential and navigate the risks of long-term storage of CO2. The federal and provincial support in Western Canada for CCS has showcased the importance Canada places on developing this critical climate change technology and establishing ourselves as a world leader in this emerging technology.
The 4th Annual Carbon Capture and Storage Conference is the optimal environment to gain critical updates and the necessary knowledge. Stay ahead of your competition by joining us on January 26-27, 2010 for essential discussions on the long-term viability and execution of CCS. This executive forum is designed to address the vital issues concerning the commercial success of CCS. Get the answers you need now to be a part of this game-changing technology.
Highlights from this yearâ€™s exciting agenda include:
Determining the risks of carbon sequestration
Examining optimal conditions to transport CO2
Developing and deploying of reliable CO2 capture technologies
Overcoming issues surrounding NIMBYism and gaining public acceptance
Exploring recent Canadian and U.S. federal initiatives
Hear first-hand updates and lessons learned to help you overcome the challenges of CCS implementation:
Totalâ€™s leading-edge CCS power plant in Lacq, France
Advances made in Saskatchewan on Boundary Dam
Progress on the Alberta Saline Aquifer Project
Capital Powerâ€™s Pre-Combustion Demonstration Project