CARBON DIOXIDE DOES NOT HAVE TO BE A WASTE PRODUCT!
The perception of carbon dioxide as a waste product is being challenged by a new wave of industrial applications. CO₂ utilization is now set to play an important role in the development of alternative fuels, ways to tackle climate change and the synthesis of high value chemicals.
Spread over two days in San Diego (AKA America's Finest City), ACI’s Carbon Dioxide Utilization Congress will examine a wide range of CO₂ applications, featuring reports on the latest technologies along with fresh perspectives on established processes such as enhanced oil recovery. There will also be a focus on the implications of CO₂ utilization for the environment and the energy sector as a whole, with speakers coming from international corporations, renowned universities and regulatory bodies.
THESE ARE JUST SOME OF THE CONFIRMED PRESENTATION TOPICS!
*Overcoming Barriers to Wider Adoption of CO₂Utilization Applications*
*CO₂ as an Asset: Potential Benefits & Challenges for Society*
*CO₂ Utilization Technologies to Scale CO₂ Emissions Without Subsidies*
*Capture and Reuse of CO₂ & NOx from Stationary Engine Flue Gas for Algae Production*
*Deployment of Enzymatic Technology for Low-Cost CO₂ Mitigation*
*Carbon-Negative Fuels from Algae Biomass, Wastewater & CO₂*
*Sustainable Production of Green Feed for Transportation Fuels from CO₂ & Hydrogen*
*Achieving Efficient Separation and Utilization of CO₂ in the Production of Fine Chemicals*
*Development of a High Efficiency Supercritical CO₂ Hot Gas Turbo-Expander & Low Cost Heat Exchangers*
If you are interested in exploring positive solutions to some of the key environmental and energy-related challenges facing the world today, then this event is the one for you!
PRE-CONGRESS SITE VISIT:
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Location: Scripps Seaside Forum, La Jolla, San Diego
Date: February 18th 2014
Scripps Institution of Oceanography is pleased to invite attendees of the Carbon Dioxide Utilization Congress to its La Jolla campus on February 18th from 3pm to 5:30pm for a presentation and discussion regarding the history and future of CO2 measurement. There will also be a review of incentivized prize competitions run by the X PRIZE Foundation to promote radical breakthroughs in technology for the benefit of humanity
This pre-conference event is free of charge for attendees of the Carbon Dioxide Utilization Congress but spaces are strictly limited, Register now to avoid disappointment!
Phil DiPietro, General Engineer, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy
Dr. Mario Tobias, Secretary General, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies
Dr. Dominick Mendola, Senior Development Engineer, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, United States
Dr. Lothar Mennicken, Senior Scientific Officer, Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany
Dr. Jeff Moore, Manager, Rotating Machinery, Southwest Research Institute, United States
Richard I. Masel, CEO, Dioxide Materials, United States
Dr. Mileva Radonjic, Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, United States
Prof. Bernhard Reiger, Chair of Polymer Chemistry, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Dr. Daniela Kruse, Senior Project Manager, Creavis Technologies & Innovation, Germany
Carlo Spinelli, Technical Planner, Eni, Italy
Mark Muir, President, Greenfire Energy, United States
Paul Wuebben, Senior Director, Renewable Fuels, Carbon Recycling International, United States
Narasi Sridhar, Vice President, Materials and Sensors Program, DNV, United States
Dr. Miron V. Landau, Professor of Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Stewart Erickson, CEO, AG Gas
Jonathan Carley, Vice President, Business Devlopment, CO2 Solutions
Matthew Atwood, CEO, Algae Systems
Andreas Geisbauer, Global Technology Scout, Clariant, Germany
Neil Wildgust, Chief Projects Officer, Petroleum Technology Research Centre, Canada
Prof. Peter Eisenberger, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, Global Thermostat, United States
Joe Jones, President and CEO, Skyonic Corporation
If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event, with a 30-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:
Tel: +44 (0)20 3141 0625
Who Should Attend
ACI`s Carbon Dioxide Utilization Congress is designed to appeal to anyone interested in learning about the future of the global CO2 utilisation industry, including a growth outlook and updates on the latest technological advancements.
For Venue Information and Reservations
435 6th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
Tel: 619 819 9533
To make your reservation please, call the in house reservation department at 1 877 230 0300 or visit www.hotelsolamar.com and enter 91360103425 under the group code.
When making your reservation please identify yourself as part of the Active Communications International Group and have your credit card information available.
Further Information & Registration
Tel: +1 414 221 1700
Commercial and Sponsorship Opportunities
Companies can gain direct access to our senior level audience and have an increased level of visibility through branding and networking at the conference. For information on available sponsorship and commercial opportunities, please contact:
Tel: +1 414-221-1700