Date: Wednesday 18 May 2011 - Thursday 19 May 2011

Location: Bari, Italy

ACI’s 3rd Annual Carbon Capture & Storage summit will bring together leading CCS experts from the oil & gas industry, power generators, utility companies, technology providers and academia around the world to discuss the latest political and technological developments for which it is renowned as well as assess carbon capture progress within other industries such as steel, refining and cement.

Cost is the keyword in CCS at present. Where is the money coming from during the pre-commercial phase to support the development of the CCS industry? What are the costs associated with capture, transportation and storage projects and how can these best be managed? What and where is the value of CO2? CCS economics is the running theme of ACI’s 2011 event through case study capture, transportation and storage projects around the globe.

Site Visit

As part of ACI's 3rd Annual Carbon Capture & Storage Summit up to 30 conference attendees will receive the opportunity to attend a site visit during the afternoon of Tuesday 17th May to ENEL's CO2 capture pilot plant in Brindisi.

There is no extra charge to attend this visit.

Spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

For further information click here

The Key Topics Include

 

  • Pre-commercial support for CCS projects at a European level

  • Lending to CCS Demonstration Projects

  • How do you finance a CCS project?

  • How to overcome the valley of death in the innovation cycle for CCS

  • CCS innovative technologies: CaOling project, status of the first integrated post-combustion Ca-looping CO2 capture test facility

  • Eni's activities in CCS

  • Key considerations for organisations seeking to develop CCS clusters

  • Liability issues relating to CO2 storage

  • Process intensification in post-combustion CO2 capture: getting the mass transfer technology right!

  • CO2 transportation by pipeline: costs and future opportunities

  • Offshore and onshore CO2 storage - why we need both

  • Techno-economic comparison of flue gasvs. CO2 geosequestration in coal seams

  • Legal and regulatory issues: leases, licenses, leaks and liability

  • Public acceptance

  • A life cycle assessment of the CO2 emissions from an EOR system in an oil industry from Mexico

  • Pre-feasibility study for a CCS plant in Tongchuan power station

 Confirmed Panel Members 

Martina Doppelhammer, Senior Policy Officer & Policy Co-Ordinator, CCS & NER300, DG Climate Action, EU Commission
Tim Bertels
, CCS Portfolio Manager, Shell
Mario Marchionna
, Vice President, Cross Business Development Projects, Eni
Giles Dickson, Vice President, Government Relations Europe, ALSTOM Power
Peter Radgen, Peter Radgen, Technology Area Manager, Carbon Capture & Storage, E.ON New Build & Technology
Sascha Lüdge, Business Developer, CCS, Vattenfall
Cristiana La Marca
, Research Manager, Enel Engineering & Innovation
Andres Sanchez
, Project Manager R&D, ENDESA Generación
Ken Humphreys
, CEO, FutureGen Alliance
Giancarlo Benelli, Head of Technology Scouting, Enel Engineering & Innovation
Xu Shisen
, Chief Engineer, China Huaneng Group R&D Center
Miguel Angel Morales Mora, Vice Manager, Environmental Protection, PEMEX Petroquímica
Michael Tetteroo
, Business Developer, Anthony Veder
Abhilash Menon, Global Application Manager - CO2 Capture & Gas Sweetening, Sulzer Chemtech
Paul Bryant
, Chief Executive Officer, CCS TLM
Ian Phillips
, Director – CO2 Infrastructure, CO2DeepStore
John McCurry, Carbon Storage Business Manager, Senergy
Sam Taylor, Senior Consultant, Eunomia Research and Consulting
Alistair Ritchie
, Principal, ICF International
Ulrich Ellinghaus, Partner & Head of European Environment, Regulatory & Planning Practice, Baker & McKenzie
Jacek Podkanski, Senior Project Engineer, Energy Generation & Networks, European Investment Bank
Morgan Bazilian
, Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on International Energy & Climate Policy, UNIDO (subject to final confirmation)
Fedora Quattrocchi, Istituto Nazionale Di Geofisica E Vulcanologia
Paul Massarotto, Principal Research Fellow, CBM & Geosequestration, School of Chemical Engineering, University of Queensland

Previous Attendees From:

* Accoat A/S * ACP Polska Sp. Z.o.o. * Air Liquide * Air Products PLC * ALSTOM Power * Armines CEP * Baker Hughes Inc * Bellona Europa * BRGM * British Geological Society * Brown Coal Innovation Australia Limited * BW Gas * Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum * Chiyoda Advanced Solutions Corporation * Czech Coal A.S. * Czech Geological Survey * DNV * Dong Energy * E.ON AG * E3G * Eesti Energia AS * ENEL Engineering & Innovation * ENI * ESB International * EU Commission * Eunomia * FINNCAP - Meri-Pori CCS * Fluor Ltd. Power Sales. * Gassnova SF * GCC Technology & Processes * GDF SUEZ E&P DEUTSCHLAND GMBH * GE Energy * GeoGreen * German Environmental Ministry * German Research Centre Potsdam * Helmholtz Centre Potsdam * Holding Slovenske Elektrarne D.o.o. * Howden * Iberdrola * IBM Global Business Services * IEA * IFP * Istituto Nazionale Di Geofisica E Vulcanologia * ITI Energy * Japan Petroleum Exploration (JAPEX) * KSB * Lhoist * Linde-KCA-Dresden GmbH * Linklaters * Lloyds Register * Maersk Oil * Maersk Tankers * MAN Turbo AG * Mantra Energy * Mitchell Energy Group * MOL Hungarian Oil And Gas Co. * Mustang Engineering Ltd * National Grid Carbon * Neste Oil * Nordkalk * OMV Austria Exploration & Production GmbH * OPEC * OSL * PB World * Penspen Ltd * Petrobras Research & Development Centre – CENPES * PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna SA * Rhodia * Sasol Limited * Sasol Petroleum International * Schlumberger Carbon Services * Schlumberger Carbon Services * Shell * Shell (NAM) * SPT Marine * Statoil ASA * Sulzer Chemtech Ltd * Techno Project Industriale * Tejo Energia * Tel-Tek * TGE Marine Gas Engineering * The Carbon Trust * Toshiba Of Europe Ltd * Total Holdings UK Ltd * TurboSonic * TUV NEL Ltd * Vattenfall * Yorkshire Forward * ZEP Platform *

For Further Information Or To Register Your Attendance Contact

 

Alexia Michael

Tel: +44 (0)20 7981 9800

Email: amichael@acieu.net

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:

Maureen Ignacio

Tel: +44 (0)20 7981 2505 

Email: mignacio@acieu.net

 

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