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9th Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Summit

Date: 18th October 2017 - 19th October 2017 Location: Reykjavík - Iceland

Following the success of its previous editions, ACI’s 9th Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Summit will explore the ongoing developments of turning waste CO2 into profitable, commercially viable opportunities. With insights from key industry players from pilot stage to full scale entities, the conference will address both the technical and commercial aspects of CO2 Utilisation in Europe and across the globe.

This edition of the summit will highlight the different projects in place or expected to happen in the CO2 utilisation, across the various segment (fuels, chemicals, renewables, building…).

The two days event will propose an in-depth look into these various projects, as well as challenges & opportunities but also policy & regulation, framing the industry. The participants will also have the chance to discuss how to keep the industry thriving as a whole and the potential role of CO2 utilisation in the future.


Exclusive Site Visit:

During the afternoon of Tuesday 17th October, prior to the conference, a limited number of attendees will receive the unique opportunity to visit CRI’s George Olah Renewable Methanol Plant in Svartsengi.

Spaces for the site visit are of no extra charge and are reserved on a first come, first served basis. Please confirm your interest upon registration. See below for further details.



Previous Conference Testimonial
“The audience was very diversified; as a speaker, I experienced great interest and in-depth questions concerning the topic, also at the visit at the Audi e-gas-plant in Werlte. In terms of content, administration and “networking usefulness”, the conference was really outstanding.”
Hermann Pengg, Head of Renewable Fuels, Audi AG



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Joanna Mieloch – Delegate Sales
+48 (0) 61 898 7070
Rohan Baryah – Marketing, Sales & Media Partnerships
+ 48 (0)61 646 7022
Aleksandre Chrikishvili – Sponsorship
+48 (0) 61 646 9780
Lauriane Pardoux – Content
+44 (0)20 3141 0632
Jayme Burns – Logistics
+44 (0) 203 141 0640


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  • Getting the Industry together to Accelerate Market Deployment of CO2 Utilisation
  • CO2 Utilisation’s Role in a Sustainable Future
  • Policy & Regulation
  • Life Cycle Assessment of CO2 Utilisation Projects
  • CO2 Bio Conversion to Renewables
  • Electrochemical Reduction of CO2
  • CO2 to Fuels
  • CO2 to Chemicals & Materials
  • Applications for CO2 Mineralisation
  • Matt Lucas, Associate Director for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration, Center for Carbon Removal 
  • Damien Dallemagne, Project Coordinator for the Creation of a European Association dedicated to CO2 Utilisation, GreenWin
  • Phillip Williamson, Science Coordinator, Natural Environment Research CouncilUniversity of East Anglia
  • Peter Hawighorst, Project Manager, ISCC
  • Sophie Wilmet, Innovation Manager, Cefic – European Chemical Industry Council
  • Michiel Stork, Managing Consultant, Ecofys
  • Oskar Meijerink, Business Development ManagerSkyNRG
  • Dr.-Ing Andre Sternberg, Group Leader Of Energy Systems Engineering Group, RWTH Aachen University
  • Kirsten Heimann, Director, Essential Aquaculture
  • Laurent Fourage, Phototrophs R&D Program Manager – Refining & Chemicals Biofuels Division, Total
  • Johan Holstein, Head of Section Gas Testing & Analysis, DNV GL
  • Louis Fradette, Director, CO2 Solutions
  • Dr. Klaas Jan Schouten, Program Manager Electrochemistry, Avantium
  • Dr. Matthias Jahn, Head of Department – Chemical Engineering & Electrochemistry, Fraunhofer IKTS
  • Roland Dittmeyer, Director – Institute of Micro Process Engineering, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • Jan Vaes, Engineering, Hydrogenics Europe
  • Omar Sigurbjornsson, Research Director, Carbon Recycling International
  • Bjorn Heijstra, Director, Process Validation, LanzaTech
  • Dr. Valentin Batteiger, Future Technologies and Ecology of Aviation, Energy Technologies, Bauhaus Luftfahrt
  • Doris Hafenbradl, PhD, Chief Technology Officer, Electrochaea
  • Ulf Herrlett, VP of Innovation & Development, Air Liquide
  • Christoph Guertler, Head of the Catalysis Program, Covestro
  • Annika Stute, Project Lead – New C1 Building Blocks, Covestro
  • Sebastian Stiessel, M.Sc., Fraunhofer UMSICHT
  • Laura Nereng, Sustainability and Business Development Leader, 3M
  • Peter Shepard, President, Aramco Performance Materials
  • Richard French, Business Development Director, Econic Technologies
  • Vinay Amte, Lead Research Scientist, R&D Refining, Reliance



If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 20-30 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:

Lauriane Pardoux

Tel: +44 (0)20 3141 0632

Email: lpardoux@acieu.net

Carbon Recycling International’s George Olah Renewable Methanol Plant

Svartsengi, Iceland – Tuesday 17th October 2017

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The George Olah Plant has an annual production capacity of 4000 tons per year of methanol and is fully owned and operated by CRI. It is the first plant in the world to produce renewable liquid fuel from a source of renewable electricity and CO2. It uses CRI‘s proprietary Emissions-to-Liquids (ETL) technology and was designed and constructed using a modular subsystem approach.

There is no extra charge to attend the site visit, but spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. Please register your attendance for the site visit when booking for the conference.


Site visit Schedule:

12:30 Site visit registration at conference hotel/ venue

13:00 Bus departs conference hotel/ venue

14:00 Arrival at CRI’s George Olah methanol plant

14:10 Welcoming Address by CRI representative(s)

14:30 First group departs for the tour

15:15 Return of the 1st group & depart of the 2nd group to the tour

16:00 Return of the 2nd group – End of tour & closing remarks

16:30 Bus departs CRI’s George Olah methanol plant

17:30 Arrival at the conference hotel/venue


UPDATE: ACI is sorry to announce that the site visit participant list is now full. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, in case spaces free up closer to the event, please let us know when registering for the event.

Aramco Performance Materials (APM) manages marketing and technology development for Converge® polyols and other products.  Using a proprietary catalyst, Converge combines greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) with hydrocarbon feedstocks to create high performing polyols for use in a range of polymer products, including polyurethanes. APM is a subsidiary of Aramco Services Company, the US subsidiary of Saudi Aramco, a fully integrated energy and chemicals enterprise.

For more information, visit www.saudiaramco.com/Converge


CO2 Solutions is a Canadian company and leading innovator in the field of enzyme-enabled carbon capture and has been actively working to develop and commercialize the technology for stationary sources of carbon pollution. CO2 Solutions’ technology lowers the cost barrier to Carbon Capture, Utilization and Sequestration and (CCUS), positioning it as a viable CO2 mitigation tool, as well as enabling industry to derive profitable new products from these emissions. CO2 Solutions has built an extensive patent portfolio covering the use of carbonic anhydrase, or analogues thereof, for the efficient post-combustion capture of carbon dioxide with low‐energy aqueous solvents.



Econic Technologies is a highly innovative, fast growing catalyst technology company working with the plastics industry. We develop and commercialise novel catalyst technologies that enable our customers to build waste carbon dioxide (CO2) into bespoke polyols, which can be used to create polyurethanes and other polymers with unique high performance characteristics. Our technologies offer distinct economic benefits that can be deployed cost-effectively alongside existing assets while contributing to the clean tech agenda; manufacturers can replace up to 40% of their petrochemical feedstocks with low-cost captured CO2. The new generation catalysts allow manufacturers to closely tune the amount of CO2 contained within the polyol, which means they can create a flexible array of high performance benefits for myriad applications according to demand.

Econic Technologies started operations in 2011 based on a foundation catalyst technology that was developed at Imperial College London, one of the top research universities in Europe. Initial investors, Imperial Innovations and Norner Verdandi, supported the development of this technology for commercial applications. Continuing confidence in the huge potential for these catalysts has resulted in further investments from Jetstream Capital, Touchstone innovations and Woodford Investment Management and the business has now expanded into new premises at Alderley Park, Cheshire, UK. The move enables further expansion and progress as customers and partners capitalise on the economic, product flexibility and environmental benefits of the technologies.





DNV GL Global
Driven by its purpose of safeguarding life, property and the environment, DNV GL enables organizations to advance the safety and sustainability of their business. We provide classification and technical assurance along with software and independent expert advisory services to the maritime, oil & gas and energy industries. We also provide certification services to customers across a wide range of industries.
Combining leading technical and operational expertise, risk methodology and in-depth industry knowledge, we empower our customers’ decisions and actions with trust and confidence. We continuously invest in research and collaborative innovation to provide customers and society with operational and technological foresight. With origins stretching back to 1864, DNV GL’s reach today is global. Operating in more than 100 countries, our 15,000 professionals are dedicated to helping customers make the world safer, smarter and greener.

In the oil and gas industry
DNV GL is the leading technical advisor to the global oil and gas industry both onshore and offshore. We provide consistent, integrated services within technical and marine assurance and advisory, risk management and offshore classification, to enable safe, reliable and enhanced performance in projects and operations. Together with our partners, we drive the industry forward by developing best practices and standards. Our people combine industry expertise, multi-disciplinary skills and innovation to solve complex challenges for our customers.

For software
DNV GL is the world-leading provider of software for managing risk and improving asset performance in the energy, process and maritime industries. Our solutions support a variety of business critical activities including design and engineering, risk assessment, asset integrity and optimization, QHSE, and ship management. Our worldwide presence facilitates a strong customer focus and efficient sharing of industry best practice and standards.




The world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health is present in 80 countries with approximately 65,000 employees and serves more than 3 million customers and patients. Air Liquide Engineering & Construction builds the Group’s production units (mainly air gas separation and hydrogen production units) and also supplies external customers with its portfolio of technologies. Its industrial gas, energy conversion and gas purification solutions enable customers to optimize the use of natural resources and covers the entire project life cycle: license engineering services, proprietary equipment, high-end engineering and design capabilities, as well as project management and execution services.



Electrochaea has developed a commercially viable and disruptive solution for utility-scale energy storage, grid balancing, and carbon reuse.
Our proprietary process converts low-cost and stranded electricity and carbon dioxide into pipeline-grade renewable gas for direct injection into the existing natural gas grid, a conversion process known as “power-to-gas”.
The core of our power-to-gas system is a selectively evolved microorganism – a methanogenic archaea – that excels through unprecedented catalytic ability and industrial robustness.
The technical advantages of this biocatalyst enable our patented BioCat methanation technology to operate at lower capital and operating costs and with greater flexibility than conventional thermochemical methanation processes.
Electrochaea GmbH is a dynamic early stage company with headquarters, engineering and development teams in Munich, Germany, and a commercial scale demonstration facility in our Danish subsidiary. Plants of more than one gigawatt of capacity are targeted by 2025. 20 empolyees work for Electrochaea. CEO is Mich Hein.



Hydrogenics is a worldwide leader designing, manufacturing, building and installing industrial and commercial Hydrogen Systems around the globe with over 60 years of experience. The company offers technology and expertise for a range of applications, including: water electrolysers for hydrogen production for industrial processes and hydrogen refueling stations, hydrogen fuel cells for electric vehicles, such as urban transit buses, commercial fleets, utility vehicles, trains and electric lift trucks, fuel cell installations for freestanding electrical power plants. In addition, it has pioneered the “Power-to-Gas” technology, the world’s most innovative way to store and transport energy. Hydrogenics has production sites in Canada, Belgium and Germany, sales offices in selected geographies and employs over 170 people worldwide. Hydrogenics is listed on the NASDAQ (HYGS) since 1995 and is the only global company producing both state-of-the art water electrolysers (alkaline and PEM) and PEM fuel cells, making it the leading company in clean hydrogen technologies



Fraunhofer UMSICHT is a pioneer of a sustainable energy and raw materials management, providing scientific results and transferring them to businesses, society and politics. The dedicated team researches and develops together with partners sustainable products, processes and services that inspire.

We want our developments to be economically successful, socially equitable and sustainable. The balance between these objectives is always at the forefront of our thinking. The institute has sites in Oberhausen, Willich and Sulzbach-Rosenberg.

As one of 69 institutes and research units of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, the leading organization for applied research in Europe, we are a worldwide network and promote international collaborations



As a research and technology service provider, the Fraunhofer IKTS develops modern ceramic high-performance materials, customized industrial manufacturing processes and creates prototype components and systems in complete production lines from laboratory scale to pilot plant scale. Furthermore, the institute has expertise in diagnostics and testing of materials and processes. Test procedures in the fields of acoustics, electromagnetics, optics, microscopy and laser technology contribute substantially to the quality assurance of products and plants.

Fraunhofer IKTS works in eight market-oriented business divisions in which it demonstrates and qualifies ceramic technologies and components as well as non-destructive test methods for new industries, product concepts and markets beyond the conventional areas of application. These disciplines include ceramic materials and processes, mechanical and automotive engineering, electronics and microsystems, energy, environmental and process engineering, bio- and medical engineering, optics as well as materials and process analysis.

Based on comprehensive materials expertise in advanced ceramic materials, the Institute’s development work covers the entire value creation chain, all the way to prototype production. Fraunhofer IKTS is distinguished by its multiple areas of expertise: The triad of materials know-how, production technologies and systems integration is enhanced by the highest level of materials and process analytics. Chemists, physicists, materials scientists and engineers work together on an interdisciplinary basis at IKTS, with the support of highly skilled technicians.



Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT,

With more than 9,000 employees and an annual budget of about EUR 785 million, KIT is one of the biggest research and education institutions worldwide and has the potential of reaching a top position in selected research areas on an international level. Energy, mobility and information technology have been identified as key research fields at KIT. The objective is to turn KIT into an institution of top research, excellent scientific education, and a prominent location of academic life, life-long learning, comprehensive advanced training, unrestricted exchange of know-how, and sustainable innovation culture.

Institute for Micro Process Engineering (IMVT, http://www.imvt.kit.edu)

With more than 20 years of experience in the development and application of advanced microstructured devices such as heat exchangers, mixers, reactors, separators and multifunctional devices fulfilling, the Institute of Micro Process Engineering at KIT is one of the leading academic research institutions in the field of micro process engineering worldwide. An international team of more than 60 employees specialized in various disciplines focuses on the construction and fabrication of microstructured devices, on fundamental studies of transport processes and chemical reactions in microstructures, and on the use of prototypes in selected thermal and chemical processes. Apart from research projects financed from basic funds under the Helmholtz programs, projects funded by third parties are being executed in cooperation with industry and academic research institutions in Germany and abroad.

A major research focus at IMVT currently is placed on the conversion of carbon dioxide with hydrogen derived from electrolysis driven by renewable electricity into low-emission fuels and chemical energy carriers (power-to-molecules). Very compact, modular and highly efficient reactor technologies are being developed for converting synthesis gases into fuels and chemicals from lab-scale up to sizeable prototype units for testing in industrial environments. Process simplification and heat integration within the whole power-to-X conversion chain are being investigated mainly with a view of enabling decentralized applications, where compactness as well as a wide dynamic operation range are important.

Recently, the company INERATEC (http://www.ineratec.com) has been established as a spin-off of IMVT to commercialize the institute’s microstructured reactor technology in the field of gas-to-liquid and power-to-X conversion.


ACI has put together a range of packages to suit your requirements. These range from branding options, to full scale partner solutions and can be tailored to meet your objectives and budgets.

If you are launching a new product or service and wish to gain visibility and brand recognition within your industry, contact us today!

For commercial opportunities, please contact:

Aleksandre Chrikishvili

+48 (0) 61 646 9780

Email: alex@acieu.net

  • Energy companies investing in R&D
  • Oil, gas and chemical companies with Alternative energy departments
  • Governments looking for investable R&D in the energy sector
  • Biofuel companies
  • Power to gas/liquids fuels
  • Industrial Chemical sector
  • Start-up technology companies
  • Chemical product manufacturers
  • Fuel & Biofuel technology companies
  • Perhaps the venture capital firms
  • Clean energy technology companies
  • Oil and gas services companies
  • Gases and engineering companies
  • Petrochemical consulting companies


With more than 51,000 members and an international publishing and knowledge business we are the UK’s professional body for chemical scientists, supporting and representing our members and bringing together chemical scientists from all over the world.

A not-for-profit organisation with a heritage that spans 170 years, we have an ambitious international vision for the future. Around the world, we invest in educating future generations of scientists. We raise and maintain standards. We partner with industry and academia, promoting collaboration and innovation. We advise governments on policy. And we promote the talent, information and ideas that lead to great advances in science.


Chemical Search

Chemical Search International specialises in global executive recruitment and career development for the chemical sector and related value-chain; resources, polymers and materials. Our team, based in Europe, Americas, Middle East and Asia offers clients top-quality services, penetrating sector experience and the best network in the business. We also own www.chempeople.com, the Chemical Executives Network. Please join us.

E-Energy Market

E-Energy Market

E-Energy Market supports professionals in the biobased and sustainable industry to get its sales, feed stocks, employees, news, business services, supplies and information about events.

E-Energy Market offers this at www.E-EnergyMarket.com , where you find:

  • Superior filtering of Events and booking with discounts.
  • The Business Directory.
  • News Alert for News of categories of your choice.
  • Press releases for your company.
  • Bookstore for the biobased and sustainable industry professional.
  • Vacancies in Jobs.

To enjoy the benefits, register at www.E-EnergyMarket.com and get the Free membership. You will receive 5 credits at registration and one credit monthly. All without costs! Don´t wait any longer and register now.

World Cement

World Cement

Now in its 84th year, World Cement continues to be the world’s leading business and technical magazine for the cement industry.

In addition to technical articles that consider the manufacture of cement, from winning the raw materials to distribution of the final product out of the cement plant, the magazine includes regional reports that provide the latest information on the performance of the cement industry throughout the world.

In line with the changing focus of the industry, we will feature a number of articles throughout 2014 on increasing energy efficiency and reducing emissions. We are also running a series of keynote articles on topics of particular interest to the industry such as CCS and skills shortages, among other things. This is in addition to monthly technical features, covering the entire scope of cement production from quarrying to dispatch, and regional reports on countries/regions including Turkey, Iran, Sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, India, Pakistan, the Middle East and North Africa, and China.

World Cement’s website, www.worldcement.com, has become established as a premier source of information for the industry. News and comment are freely available to all and subscribers are able to download each monthly issue up to 2 weeks before receipt of the hard copy. For more information visit www.worldcement.com.


The Spanish CO2 Technology Platform (PTECO2) is an initiative developed by Spain’s private sector, research centres and universities. It is partly funded by the Ministry of Finance, Industry and Competitiveness (MEIC) and contains representatives of that ministry and also of the Ministries of Energy, Tourism and Digital Agenda (MINETAD) and Agriculture and Fishing, and Food and the Environment (MAPAMA).

PTECO2’s chief goal is to create a favourable environment for investment in R&D and innovation, foster the creation of an innovative business fabric and increase technological capacity in processes for efficiency improvement and carbon capture, utilization and storage, CCUS, and to support the rolling out of these technologies in industry.

Since 2012, PTECO2 has a specific working group focus in “CO2 uses” whose members are trying to boost the uses and transformation of CO2 in Spain.


The Institute for International Co-operation (INICOP) is a non-profit organisation. The main aim is to improve and support the worldwide co-operation of single persons and organisations in the field of research, science and technology. INICOP provides a webbased platform which summarises relevant information improving international co-operation. This shall be achieved by the collection of the following data:

  • events, conferences, fairs and workshops
  • instruments for the funding of international co-operation
  • Awards and competitions
  • organisations which are interested in the exchange of scientists, students, etc.



The Carbon & Climate Law Review strikes a balance between the interests of practitioners, especially those engaged in the rapidly evolving carbon market, and a more doctrinal focus, alternating legal policy recommendations with timely articles on legal aspects of carbon trading and other dimensions of greenhouse gas regulation. Topics include emission trading, clean development mechanism, climate change, climate regulatory & policy framework, carbon dioxide capture & storage (CCS), greenhouse gases, reducing emissions from deforestation & degradation (REDD).



Founded in 1897 the Association, with more than 90 member companies, is the only association representing the entire coal value chain from coal mining groups to electricity and steel producers, cement manufacturers, shipping firms, terminal operators, maritime agents, surveyors, engineering companies, boiler makers, bulk handling equipment manufacturers.

With its headquarter in Rome, Italy, and with a representation in London and Brussels, on a national level the Association is a member of the Employers Association Energy Group and sits on the Board of Directors of the Fuel Experimental Station of Milan (a leading fuel research entity within the Ministry of Industry and Trade ). On an international level, Assocarboni is member of Euracoal (European Association for Coal and Lignite), of CAG (Coal Advisory Group) – a European Commission working group involved in coal research grants – of WCI (World Coal Institute) in London, of CIAB (Coal Industry Advisory Board) – a section of the International Energy Agency of Paris, which brings togethmore than 40 companies (both energy producing and electric generation companies) from 14 different countries – and of the “Working Party on Coal” of the ECE-UN Energy Committee in Geneva.

Since 1999 Andrea Clavarino is the Assocarboni Chairman. Mr. Clavarino has been working with the Coeclerici Group since 1980, where he holds today the position of Coeclerici Logistics CEO. Mr Clavarino is also member of the CIAB – Coal Industry Advisory Board, the consultative body of the International Energy Agency of Paris.


Gulf Oil and Gas (GOG) is the gateway to the oil and gas markets in the eastern hemisphere. Gulf Oil and Gas attracts thousands of professional regular visitors each day. With 50% of our audience defining themselves as engineers and another 25% in managerial roles, we deliver a captive audience of professionals responsible for specifying projects and making purchasing decisions. GOG 3D Projects service tracks information for 2000+ projects across the Middle East, Asia and Africa. GOG career centre is dedicated to assisting organizations in building their engineering and technical resources.

Visit us http://www.gulfoilandgas.com/

Navigant Research is a market research and consulting team that provides in-depth analysis of global clean technology markets. The team’s research methodology combines supply-side industry analysis, end-user primary research and demand assessment, and deep examination of technology trends to provide a comprehensive view of these industry sectors.


MarketPublishers.com is a multilingual hypermarket run by TD The Market Publishers LTD. The platform unites business players from all over the world & provides circulation of business information in the form of market research reports & analytical data. We feature over 10 years of experience in sales and promotion of research reports at international and local markets.

MarketPublishers.com boasts of more than 35,000 registered customers estimated at the beginning of 2012. 30% of our regular customers are Fortune 500 companies. We have around 10,000 daily & 3,000,000 annual web-site visitors

GREENEA – Your broker in Europe specialized in waste-based feedstock and Biodiesel

We offer brokerage services to companies producing raw materials and to companies in the Oleochemicals, Bioenergy and Biofuels sector. Our industry expertise in agriculture, renewable feedstock and market trends allows us to offer advice, solutions and bring you new customers. In this sense, Greenea brings about significant development opportunities for your company.

Our team provides services to regional biofuels producers, petroleum refineries, pet food & feed industry players, biomass power plants and traders thanks to the company’s close relationship with producers and suppliers of feedstock & Biofuels in Europe and worldwide.

Visit us at http://www.greenea.com/en/

Chemical Search International specialises in executive search and career development for the global chemicals sector and value-chain; polymers, materials, natural resources and biosciences. All our consultants are highly experienced professionals from these industries and are leveraged by a worldwide advisory board of industry experts. We have an unrivalled reputation for quality, integrity and delivering better candidates, faster. We also offer bespoke executive coaching and offer exclusive networking opportunities via our dedicated executive network with over 38,000 members and growing. Please join us.


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