Plan to join us at the annual Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Conference, the premier gathering of key decision makers and technical experts in the commercialization of CCUS/CCS systems.
GHG Daily Monitor is excited to announce that the call for abstracts submission portal is open for the 2017 Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage Conference. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies have the potential to secure up to 90% of CO2 emissions, however this technology is just reaching maturity. This Conference brings together carbon capture and GHG reduction technology decision-makers, scientists, and government officials to network, get high-level strategic update, hear case studies on emerging technologies and connect on research in the industry to advance this important technology.
There are currently 15 active CCS projects around the world, eight being in the United States. There are also approximately 45 additional projects that are in various stages of development internationally. This must-attend event will bring together those working on CCS technology to connect on future projects and business opportunities. Submit an abstract today to present
at the 2017 Conference!
Examples of appropriate topics include:
Proposals for 30-minute breakout sessions will be considered. Each paper will have 20 minutes for formal remarks and 10 minutes for Q&A with the audience. Breakout sessions will be limited to one speaker, but all paper authors are welcome to attend the event. Download the call for abstract instructions for more information.
Submit an Abstract
The deadline for submissions is Friday, December 16, 2016.
We are excited to announce that the CCUS Conference will be co-located with the 2017 Electric Power Conference and Exhibition! Taking place April 10-13, 21017 in Chicago, IL at McCormick Place West, join the ExchangeMonitor and GHG Daily Monitor teams along with the Electric Power team for three days of education, technical sessions, keynote presentations and networking with more than 200 carbon capture and GHG reduction technologies decision makers!