Date: Wednesday 15 May 2013 - Thursday 16 May 2013
Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Interactive Platform for International Debate on CCS Developments & Innovations
ACI’s 5th Carbon Capture & Storage Summit will take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, arguably the European centre for CCS. In fact, a limited number of conference attendees will receive the unique opportunity to attend a site visit to the CATO pilot during the afternoon of Tuesday 14th May 2013.
Bringing together 60-80 of the industry’s leading experts and executives from across the entire value chain (power production & energy intensive industry, capture technology, chemical process, transportation, storage, utilisation & EOR) for two days of interactive discussion, excellent networking opportunities and the very latest updates from CCS projects around the globe, ACI’s 5th Carbon Capture & Storage will present you with the knowledge, experience & contacts you need to drive your business forward.
Exclusive Site Visit
ACI, together with E.ON & TNO, is delighted to bring the unique opportunity to visit the CATO-2 Catcher Pilot at E.ON's MPP1/2 & newly constructed MPP3, a 1,100MW coal-fired power plant equipped for CO2 capture in the Port of Rotterdam during the afternoon of Tuesday 14th May 2013 to a limited number of conference attendees.
For further details on the plant click here.
Lars Hende, Director, Commercial & Strategy (CO2EOR), Maersk Oil
Tim Bertels, Manager CCS Portfolio, Shell International Exploration & Production B.V.
Dominique Copin, Carbon Capture & Storage Coordinator, Total S.A.
Beatrice Coda, Senior Policy Officer, DG Climate Action, European Commission
Simon Bennett, Carbon Capture & Storage Unit, International Energy Agency
Peter Radgen, Head of Innovation Centre Carbon Capture & Storage, E.ON
Ward Goldthorpe, Programme Manager CCS & Gas Storage, The Crown Estate
Tore Amundsen, Chairman, CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad DA (TCM DA)
Ruud van den Brink, Business Developer Biomass, ECN & Executive Board Member, CATO2
Sean Simpson, Chief Scientific Officer & Co-Founder, LanzaTech
Giles Dickson, VP Environmental Policies & Global Advocacy, Alstom
Alastair Rennie, Project Director, AMEC
Narasi Sridhar, Vice President, Director - Materials Program, Research & Innovation, Det Norske Veritas (U.S.A.), Inc.
Hans Knippels, Project Manager Industry, Rotterdam Climate Initiative
Maarten de Hoog, Project Manager, CCS & Board Member, Rotterdam Climate Initiative
Joris Koornneef, Consultant, Ecofys
Chris Hendriks, Managing Consultant, Ecofys
Peter Petrov, Research Programme Officer, DG Research & Innovation, CCS Group, European Commission
Niels Poulsen, Senior Scientist, Geological Survey of Denmark & Greenland & President, ENeRG
Sanjeev Kumar, Senior Associate, E3G
Gilles Munier, CEO, Geogreen
Jon Gibbins, Director, UK CCS Research Centre, University of Edinburgh
Julia Race, Senior Lecturer, Newcastle University
Earl Goetheer, Principal Scientist, Gas Treatment, TNO
Key Topics Include
- European storage opportunities
- EOR vs. pure storage: Analysis of key pros & cons
- CO2 as chemical feedstock
- Challenges in the pipeline
- Policy & regulation: Key developments in the EU
- Stakeholder & community engagement
- Eurozone back in recession: Impact on the ETS & CCS funding
- CCS - How We Make IT Work
- Bio-CCS: Large-Scale Carbon-Negative Technology
- The fastest growing CCS industry in the world: China focus
- Project updates: Energy intensive industries
- Project updates: Power production & energy intensive industries
- Operational flexibility of power plants with CO2 capture
- Future insight: New carbon capture process developments
Who Will Attend?
Power companies, oil refiners, steel manufacturers, ammonia producers, (petro)chemical companies, cement plant owners, pipeline operators, ship owners, upstream oil & gas companies, capture technology developers, chemical process industry, government representatives, energy, environment & climate consultants and lawyers.