With climate change still being a very real issue, change needs to come fast. One of the changes that can be made, is to ensure the avoidance of CO2 emissions, which can and is now being done using Carbon Dioxide Capture, Storage and Utilization technologies.
ACI’s 16th Carbon Dioxide Utilization Summit will follow on from our successful 13th edition which took place in Calgary focusing on the re-use of greenhouse gas CO2 and converting this into profitable sustainable and commercial materials. It will be taking place in Montreal, Canada on the 8th and 9th of September 2021.
The two day event will bring together senior experts from various CO2 emitting industries discussing sustainable, technological and commercial aspects of CO2 Utilization in Canada and across the globe. With technology comparisons focusing on economic, environmental, and social indicators, our panel of speakers will highlight knowledgeable insights into commercial application and development of technology and products.
Last year the focus was on the path to commercialization of CO2 capture, utilization and storage technologies. This year there will still be focuses on this, as it is important for start-ups to know. However, there will also be more case studies on already commercialized and successful utilization technologies and the uses for them.
David Lynch, General Manager, Research and Development, Enerkem
Robert Cumming, Director, Environment, Lafarge
Tim Wiwchar, Operations Manager/ CO2 Capture & Strategy, Shell
James Khan, Founder & Principal, SkyBaron
Heads of CO2 Application and Development, R&D, and heads of sustainability and renewables from the following companies:
With over 17-years of experience in the clean energy sector providing ESG driven, Identity Preserved Waste (“IPW™”) Solutions, Delta CleanTech is considered a technology industry leader in CO2 Capture; Solvent, Ethanol & Glycol Reclamation and Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure.
WHAT WE DO…
CO2 Capture & Utilization
Delta is a team of skilled professionals with a goal of providing the latest and most cost-effective CO2 capture technologies.
Delta developed over 12 years ago, a proprietary CO2 capture system, the LCDesign®, that has been designed to significantly reduce the cost of CO2 capture.
Delta’s technologies have been engineered to reduce capital and operating costs while at the same time delivering superior performance by reducing energy usage, lowering emissions, and improving the quality of CO2 product captured.
Delta is well known globally for our expertise and have participated in the majority of the largest CO2 capture projects in the world.
The LCDesign® also reduces the cost of CO2 Capture, through our proprietary modeling and simulation process called the PDOEngine®.
The LCDesign® is modular and is designed to reduce waste disposal and minimize the amount of water and utilities utilized.
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:
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At the event we strive not only to bring you to the same location at the same time as your customers/suppliers/peers, we strive to ensure you meet face-to-face with each and every one of your target contacts and to provide you with the time you need to have multiple unhurried conversations with them and build a lasting business relationship:
• A pre-event informal introduction the evening before the conference
• A minimum of five hours’ networking built into the two day conference agenda
• A networking grid which enables you to make your target contacts aware you are looking for them
• The option to join either social drinks or dinner during the evening of Day One
• ACI’s on-site team will assist you in locating your hard-to-find target contacts & make face-to-face introductions
Of course, if there is anybody you are unable to meet over the two days, ACI’s event team will do their best to initiate contact after the event.
ACI is doing everything to ensure that all its events go ahead as advertised, returning to the much-missed and valuable face-to-face interaction as soon as possible. In order to ensure the events are delivered as safely as possible, venues are chosen and procedures are adjusted in line with the relevant local and regulations and guidelines.
These have been exceptionally challenging times with very fast-moving updates. As we get closer to an event we look at each one individually, paying careful heed to local regulations, but without ignoring the international situation. Whatever happens, ACI will safeguard the investments that attendees have made by either automatically moving it to the new dates of the event or a full credit will be provided for use when booking a future ACI event.