Now in its third year, the event will gather professionals from industry, EU policymakers and other stakeholders for a debate on the progress of CCS in Europe. This year's discussions will focus on the impact of the global financial crisis on the roll out of CCS, the state of play regarding CCS funding models including future roles for public subsidies, and will also explore the future applications and uses for CCS that may help drive its commercialisation potential.
This summit addresses impact of the Carbon Tax on Australia’s resource investments and the need for restructuring and remedying of carbon production and leakage, emerging carbon trading and offsets activity, and account reforms required for compliance and disclosure.
This course will give delegates unique access to the team from CCS TLM and the tea m from NCCCS. CCS TLM have extensive experience and capabilities in the technical, commercial and financing aspects of large-scale fully integrated CCS projects, and NCCCS CCS projects, and the British Geological Survey and capture engineers from the University of Nottingham.
More than 20 international coal industry associations and organisations will participate cooperatively in this conference. Globally advanced technological enterprises on coal-processing field and large coal companies have been invited to join this event. It is targeted to be the largest coal-processing event with its internationality, expertise and authority.
With coal will continue playing a key role in India’s energy mix, low emissions coal technology may become an option in the long-term. World Clean Coal Week will bring together over 300 leaders and specialists from more than 30 countries. The theme of this year’s conference, Roadmap to Active Deployment of Cleaner Coal Technologies, covers a wide spectrum of important topics on gasification, coal to liquid, syngas, clean power generation and environmental issues.
The 2012 Conference program follows in the footsteps of the past 10 events, with an added emphasis this year on potential utilisation of anthropogenic carbon emissions that is reflected in the new name of the conference. The focus is on systems and technologies that are being or could be deployed in the US and North America. The intent is to:
The United Kingdom will host the third Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM3) at Lancaster House in London on 25-26 April 2012. Ministers from 23 participating governments will gather to discuss and guide progress made by the 11 clean energy initiatives, explore ways to enhance collaboration, and interact with stakeholders from the private sector and expert communities to consider strategies to inform policies and drive technical progress in support of clean energy development and deployment.