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About the Annual CCUS Conference

2016 Registration is now open!

The annual Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Conference is the premier gathering of key decision makers and technical experts in the commercialization of CCUS/CCS systems. 

Register now to secure your seat at this educational conference geared to bring together more than 150 technical presenters, 35 poster presentations, and keynote discussions from around the globe.

Registration is open! Save $150 on your attendance.

Join the premier gathering of key decision makers and experts in the field of CCUS/CCS technologies. Though the emphasis is systems and technologies that are being, or could be, deployed in North America, any work undertaken outside of North America that contributes to progress is considered of equal importance.

Click here to register now!

 

Members of our 2015 Advisory Board

Arevalo Adriana U.S. Environmental Association
Bachu Stefan Alberta Innovates
Ball Max SaskPower
Batum Melissa  U.S. Dept. of the Interior
Bauer Carl O. C.O. Bauer Consulting Inc.
Bhattacharya Indrajit American Electric Power
Bird Jackie BirdWorks Consulting
Brouns Thomas PNNL-Battelle
Cole Dan Denbury
Couturier Guy SNC- Lavalin Inc
DePaolo  Don  LBNL
Forbes Sarah World Resources Inst
Gupta Neeraj Battelle
Harju John  Energy & Environmental Research Center
Hilton Robert  
Hopkins Jeffrey C2ES
Hovorka Susan Univ. of Texas
Jenvey Nigel BP Alternative Energy
Kobelski Bruce US EPA
Leppin  Dennis   Gas Technology Institute
Lipponen Juho IEA GHG R&D Prog.
Litynski John  U.S. DOE/NETL
McConnell Chuck Rice University
McKinney Jon W. Public Services Commission of West Virginia
Melzer Steve Melzer Consulting
Mikus Tom CO(2) Global
Mohn Nancy ALSTOM Power
Moore Michael NACCSA
Morgan Granger Carnegie Mellon Univ
Oldenburg  Curt  LBNL
Pawar Rajesh LANL
Peridas George NRDC
Peters Dwight  Schlumberger
Peterson Eric INL
Rhudy Richard  EPRI
Rubin Edward Carnegie Mellon Univ
Rudins George USCSC
Sacuta Norm PTRC
Sarkus Thomas U.S. DOE/NETL
Smouse Scott   U.S. DOE/NETL
Sundararajan Desikan STATOIL
Surdam Ronald University of Wyoming
Van Voorhees Bob Carbon Sequestration Council
Wade Sarah AJW, Inc,
Wheeler Ivy NARUC
Wildgust Neil Global CCS Institute 
Yamagata Ben Coal Utilization Research Council

 

Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the CCUS Conference? Contact Bryan Benjamin at bbenjamin@accessintel.com to secure your spot!

Agenda

The 2016 Advisory Board is currently reviewing proposals submitted by more than 100 professionals interested in presenting at the 2016 CCUS Conference. The full agenda will be available soon - check back for updates!

The 15th Annual CCUS Conference invites key decision makers and technical experts from around the globe to share their knowledge and experience in order to accelerate the development and deployment of CCUS/CCS technologies that have been deemed as necessary to allow the utilization of fossil resources in a decarbonized world. Though the emphasis is on systems and technologies that are being or could be deployed in North America, work undertaken outside North America that would contribute to progress is of equal importance.

 

REGISTER NOW!

 

 

Registration

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Registration Fees:

Registration Type

 

Early Bird Rate

(Expires April 2, 2016)

 

Regular Rate

(Expires June 14, 2016)

Onsite Rate

General Attendee Rate

$1,295

$1,350

$1400

Federal, State and Local Gov’t Employees

 

$595

 

$625

 

$695

Electric Utility Employees

$595

$625

$695

Academic Organizations

$595

$625

$695

 

Group Registration Rates Are Available! Contact Elana Lilienfeld at elilienfeld@accessintel.com to get information on reduced registrations for your group to attend. 

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

 Cancellations must be made in writing. Cancellations made after May 5, 2016 will be subject to a cancellation fee of $300. Registrants who do not cancel prior to May 5, 2016 will be liable for the full registration fee. Non-payment of non-attendance does not constitute cancellation. If for any reason Access Intelligence decides to cancel or postpone this conference. Access Intelligence is not responsible for covering airfare and other travel costs incurred by the clients. Refunds due to registrant error will be charged a $199 processing fee. Discounts will not be applied to current registrations. No refunds will be granted after November 5, 2016.

 

SUBSTITUTION/REPRINT POLICY

 

Registrations can be altered and edited up until the badge is printed. Access Intelligence recognizes the information in the registration system, NOT the confirmation e-mail, as the most current and valid information. Substitutions may be made at any time for the confirmed registrants of CCUS; however, printed badges are non-transferable once collected at the event. Notice of substitution must be made be made in writing by the original registrant to register@CCUS.com or CCUS 2016, Attn: Registration, 9211 Corporate Blvd. 4th Floor, Rockville, MD, 20850. There will be a $25 charge for badge reprints onsite. Thank you for your registration. We look forward to seeing you at the event!

 

Contact forums@exchangemonitor.com, or call 1-888-707-5814 for more information.

 

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Sheraton Tysons Corner

8661 Leesburg Pike
Tysons, VA 22182
703-448-1234

Special Conference Rate - $199

 

Excellence and Convenience

Sheraton Tysons Hotel is a newly renovated, upscale hotel located just 10 minutes from Dulles Airport (IAD) and 20 minutes outside Washington, D.C. Enjoy the convenience of an airport or urban hotel with the amenities of a resort.

Reservations for hotel accommodations should be made by calling 703-448-1234 or by the link below. When making reservations by phone, identify yourself as an ExchangeMonitor Conference attendee.

Cancelations made less than 72 hours prior to arrival will be subject to one night room and tax cancelation fee.

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Sponsorship and Exhibiting Opportunities

Want to Draw More Attention to Your Organization's Work, Services or Products Addressing CCUS?

Become a CCUS Conference Partner and/or Exhibitor and have the opportunity to meet with representatives from key government agencies, engineering companies, utilities, academic institutions, research laboratories, consulting firms, investment companies and legal firms.

Partnership Benefits Include:

  • Speaking or moderating during the plenary sessions or moderating a technical concurrent session;
  • Inclusion of ads in the onsite program guide
  • Complimentary or reduced exhibit fee;
  • Complimentaryand/or discounted registrations; and
  • Prominent signage publicizing your organization's partnership.

Available partnership opportunities for this Conference include:

  • Recognition in the onsite program guide, and additional opportunities such as branding of bags, lanyards, signage, hotel keys  etc.
  • Exclusive sponsorship of networking breaks, breakfasts, receptions, etc.
  • And more!

For more information and to secure your partnership, contact Bryan Benjamin at bbenjamin@accessintel.com 

 

 

2015 Partners...

 

Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities

Showcase your organization’s capabilities, products and technologies.

The exhibit schedule revolves around the catered functions to provide ample opportunities for one-on-one discussions.
 

Exhibit Fee: $3,095 (includes one full registration)

Additional Exhibit Only Registration: $500
 

Please call Tom Williams at 301-354-1686 to discuss exhibitor opportunities or

 

Register to Exhibit

 

 

 

 

Call for Papers

The 15th Annual CCUS Conference invites key decision makers and technical experts from around the globe to share their knowledge and experience in order to accelerate the development and deployment of CCUS/CCS technologies that have been deemed as necessary to allow the utilization of fossil resources in a decarbonized world. Though the emphasis is on systems and technologies that are being or could be deployed in North America, work undertaken outside North America that would contribute to progress is of equal importance.

The Call for Papers period has ended for the 2016 CCUS Conference. All submitters will be notified of the status of their presentations after February 19, 2016. 

The Advisory Board is currently reviewing all submitted proposals. 

 

Past Attending Organizations

3M Company Energy & Environmental Research Center Univ of North Dakota Praxair, Inc.
A2BE Carbon Capture LLC Energy Commercialization, LLC Prime
ADA Carbon Solutions Energy Efficiency Evaluations Princeton University
ADA-Environmental Solutions, Inc Energy Planning Program-Federal University of Rio De Janeiro Process Group
ADEME Energy Research Center Process Systems Enterprise Ltd
Advance Science and Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) Providence of Alberta, Canada
Technology Commercialization Engineering News-Record PTRC/Aquistore
Center ENGO Network on CCS Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
Advanced Resources Enhance Energy Inc. PUCO
International, Inc. EnTech Strategies Pure Energy Partners
AECOM Envergex LLC Railroad Commission of Texas
AEGIS Insurance Services, Inc. Environment Canada/Oil Gas & Alt. Energy Division Ramgen Power Systems
AEP Environmental Technology Dept. KEPCO E&C Regina Catholic School District
Afton Chemical Corporation EPRI Research Experience in Carbon Sequestration
Air Liquide EPSRC Research Institute of Industrial
Air Liquide Global E&C ERCB/Alberta Geological Survey S&T
Solutions EReIE RITE
Air Products ERSE S.p.A. Rhead Group
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. ESG Solutions Richland Community College
AJW ETE-INRS RIST
Aker Clean Carbon Evonik Degussa GmbH RTI International
Akermin, Inc. EXPEX Advanced Research Center, Saudi Aramco S&ME, Inc.
Alberta Energy / Alberta CCS Regulatory Framework Assessment Exxon Mobil Corporate Strategic Research Saint-Gobain
Alberta Energy, Govt. of Alberta, EAE-CCS Exxon Mobil Corporation San Diego State University
Alberta Innovates Technology Futures Fluor Corp Sandia National Laboratories
Alcoa Foster Wheeler North America Corp Sandia Technologies, LLC
Allegheny Front, WESA-FM FuelCell Energy, Inc Saskatchewan Energy and Resources
Alstom Power FUGRO Saskatchewan Ministry of the Economics
AMEC Fundación Ciudad de la Energía Saskatchewan Power Corporation
American Electric Power Fusion Petroleum Technologies SaskPower
American Iron and Steel Institute FutureGen Alliance Sasol New Energy
American RadioWorks Gas Liquids Engineering Ltd. Sasol Sahred Services, A Divison of Sasol Group Services, Saudi Aramco
American Water Works Association Gas Technology Institute Schlumberger Carbon Services
Andover Technology Partners Gassnova SF Science Communications
Apogee Scientific, INC Genencor, A Danisco Division Scottish European Green
Arcelormittal General Electric Global Research Energy Centre
Archer Daniels Midland GenPower Development SCS Energy
ARES Corporation GeoEngineers, Inc. Selas Fluid Processing
Argonne National Laboratory Geogreen Corporation
ARMINES Geological Storage Consultants, LLC Seoul National University
Aspen Aerogels, Inc. Geological Survey of Alabama Sercel, Inc.
ATMI Geological Survey of Canada Setaram Inc.
Australian Coal Association Geology & Geophysics/Univ. of Wyoming Sharif University of Technology
Australian Dep of Resources and Energy Geoscience Australia Shaw Group
Australian Trade Commission Global Carbon Capture & Storage Institute Shell
Babcock & W ilcox Co. Golder Associates Shell Canada
Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group, Inc. Government of Alberta Shell Cansolv
Babcock Hitachi Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences Shenhua Group
Babcock Power Inc. Great Plains Institute Siemens Energy
Baker & McKenzie LLP Green Technology Ltd Co. Sinotech engineering
Baker Hughes Inc. GreenFire Energy consultants, Inc.
Ballard Spahr, LLP Gulf Coast Carbon Center - TX Bureau of Economic Geology SINTEF
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Halliburton SK E&C USA, Inc.
Barnard College & Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Hanyang University SNC-Lavalin
base e Harvard University Solidia Technologies
BASE SE Hatch Sotacarbo SpA
Basic Systems, Inc. Herriot W att University South African Centre for CCS
Basin Electric Power Howden Buffalo Inc Southern California Edison
Cooperative Howden Global Southern Company
BASF Howden Group Southern States Energy Board/SECARB
Bassett Mechanical HTC Purenergy Southern Ute Alternative Energy
Battelle Humphrey School, University of Minnesota Spectra Energy
Battelle - Exploration & Production HunterNet Co-Operative Ltd SRI International
Battelle Memorial Institute Hunton & W illiams LLP St. Francis Xavier University
Battelle / Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Huntsman Stanford University
Bechtel Power Corporation Hydrogen Energy Stantec Consulting
BEG, University of Texas Hyundai Kia Motors Statoil ASA
Beijing University of Chemical Technology IBM STEAG Energy Services
Bellona Europa ICF International Stoel Rives LLP
Bevilacqua-Knight, Inc. Idaho National Laboratory SUAE
BHTS IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme Sulzer Chemtech USA
Big Sky Carbon Sequestration Partnership IEAGHG Suncor Energy Inc.
BillyJack Consulting Inc. IFPEN SUERC, University of Glasgow
BKi IGI INC. Summit Power Group, LLC
Black & Veatch IHI Corporation Sustainable Growth Co.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance IIT, Delhi Tampa Electric Company
Bloomberg View Illum CO2 Works Taiwan Power Company
Blue Strategies, LLC Illinois Commerce Commission TCGA
Bluewave Resources, LLC Illinois State Geological Survey TCM
Boart Longyear Drilling Services Illinois Sustainable Technology Center Technology Center - Mongstad
Booz Allen Hamilton Imperial College London Technovation Partners
Boston University Independent Institute for Environmental Issues Teledyne Isco
BP Indiana Geological Survey Telemark University College
Brandenburg University of Technology Indiana Public Utility Commission Tenaska, Inc.
Breaking Energy Indiana University-SPEA Tennessee Valley Authority
BRGM Industrial Technology Research Institute Terralog Technologies USA, Inc.
Brightwave Energy InnoSepra LLC Tetra Tech
British Consulate-General, Houston INPEX Corporation Texas A&M University
British Geological Survey INRS-ETE, Québec, Canada The Cadmus Group, Inc.
Brookhaven National Lab Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS The CarbonNet Project
Bryan Cave LLP Integrated CO2 Network  The Catalyst Group
Bureau of Economic Geology / University of Texas at Austin ICO2N The Climate Group
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management / U. S. Department of Interior International Energy Agency The Energy Technologies Institute LLP
C.O. Bauer Consulting Inc. Iogen Corporation The Keystone Center
C12 Energy Inc. ION Engineering The New York Times
California Energy Commission IPAC-CO2 The Ohio State University
California Environmental Protection Agency ISGS/UIUC The Permedia Research Group
CAMC ISTO The Physical Society of Republic of China
Canada's CO2 Capture & Storage Network Jamestown Board of Public Utilities The Research Council of Norway
Storage Network Japan Coal Energy Center The State of Mississippi
Canadian Consulate of New York Japan Electric Power The State of Wyoming
Canadian Standards Assoc. Information Center The Tauri Group
CANMET Energy Technology Centre Japan's Ministry of Economy, The University of Akron
CanmetENERGY Trade and Industry The University of Tokyo
Cansolv Technologies Inc (Shell) Jekko THT
Capital Power Corporation JM Energy TNO
Carbon Capture and Storage Association J-POWER (Electric Power TransAlta Corporation
Carbon Capture and Storage Institute Development Co. Ltd.) TRE
Carbon Capture Legal Programme John Wiley & Sons Ltd Tri-State Generation &
Carbon Capture Scientific LLC Joule Unlimited Technologies Transmission
Carbon Energy Kacst Triana Energy
Carbon Fluids Ltd. Kansas Geological Survey Trimeric Corporation
Carbon Management Canada Inc. KC Cottrell Tsinghua University
Carbon Management Center Kentucky Department for Energy Development and Independence Tuskegee University
Carbon Management Institute, University of Wyoming Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet Twenty-First Strategies
Carbon Tech Alliance Kentucky Geological Survey U.S. Air Force
Carbon Sequestration Council KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company,Inc. U.S. Carbon Sequestration Council
Carbon Zero Institute Kepco Research U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Carbozyme, Inc. Institute/Green Growth Laboratory U.S. Department of Energy
Cargill Corn Milling KEPCO RI U.S. Energy Association
Carnegie Mellon University KeyLogic Systems U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
CATF Kline Consulting U.S. Geological Survey
CCAT KORDI U.S. Steel Corporation
CCP (Pulse Brands) Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology UK CCS Research Centre
CCP Communications Korea Carbon Capture and Sequestration R&D Center(KCRC) UK Dept of Energy & Climate Change
CCP3 Korea Electric Power Research Institute United Environment & Energy
CCS Consulting Korea Institute of Energy Research LLC
CCS Nova Scotia Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials Univ. of Edinburgh, Scottish
Cemex Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute Centre for Carbon Storage
Cenovus Energy Inc Korea University Univ. of Maryland Energy
Center for Biofilm Engineering L.E.K. Consulting Research Center
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions Lafarge Central Research Univ. of Utah
Center for Fundamentals of Subsurface Flow, UWYO Lanxess Sybron Chemical Co. University of Alabama
Ceylon Electricity Board Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory University of Alabama at Birmingham
CH2M HILL Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory University of Alaska
Chaparral Energy, L.L.C. Leonardo Technologies, Inc. University of Bergen
Chartis Insurance, Environmental Division Leucadia Energy, LLC/Steptoe & Johnson LLP University of California San Diego
Chemistry Matters LI-COR Biosciences University of California, Davis
Chevron Lincoln University University of California, Santa Barbara
China Huaneng Group Clean Energy Research Institute Linde University of Colorado at Boulder
China Shenhua Coal to Liquid and Chemical Corporation Lockheed Martin University of Connecticut
Chinese Academy of Sciences Longenecker & Associates, Inc. University of Delaware
Chinese Petroleum Corporation Los Alamos National Laboratory University of Edinburgh
Chiyoda Corporation Louisiana State University - Petroleum Engineering University of Groningen
Christian Albrechts University Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute University of Hartford
Chrysalix Energy LTI Global University of Houston
CIEE Lynntech, Inc University of Illinois
CIUDEN Malcolm Pirnie Inc. University of Illinois at Chicago
Clean Air Task Force MARSTON LAW University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Clean Coal and Carbon Sequestration Commission Masdar Institute University of Kentucky
Clean Energy Systems, Inc. Maseno University University of Leeds
Clean Water Action Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Minnesota
Clemson University MDA Geospatial Services Inc. University of Mississippi
Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) Media Green, INc University of North Dakota - Institute for Energy Studies
ClimateW ire Melzer Consulting University of Notre Dame
Clinton Foundation Membrane Technology & Research, Inc. University of Nottingham
CMC Research Institute, Inc. Merchant Consulting University of Pittsburgh
CNB Metso Power University of Saskatchewan
CNTS Mesa Photonics University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene
CO2 Solutions, Inc. Miami University University of Sheffield
CO2 Solution Technologies MicroSeismic, Inc. University of South Carolina
CO2 Technology Center Mongstad Midwest Generation EME University of South Florida
CO2CRC Midwest Research Institute University of Surrey
CO2-Global Minerals Management Service University of Texas
Coal Research Institutes, Inc. Ministry of Environment University of Texas at El Paso
Codexis, Inc. Ministry of Power & Energy University of Texas Austin
Colorado Energy Research Institute Ministry of the Economy / Government of Saskatchewan University of Utah
Colorado School of Mines Ministry of Water & Power, Government of Pakistan University of Virginia
Colorado Springs Utilities Minnesota Public Utility Commission University of Waterloo
Columbia University Mississippi Power Company University of Wyoming
ConocoPhillips Missouri S&T URS Corporation
CONSOL Energy Inc. Missouri University of Science and Technology USGS
Consulate General of Canada Mitsubishi Heavy Industries,LTD. Vale
Consumers Energy Mitsubishi Int'l Corp Vallourec & Mannesmann
Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies Montana State University Tubes
Cornell University Mowrey Meezan Coddington Cloud LLP Van Ness Feldman
Corning Inc. MRI GLobal VCCER - VA Tech
Cranfield University MTR Virginia Tech
Crowell & Moring LLP NACCSA c/o FearnOil, Inc. Wade LLC
CSIRO Energy Centre Nanos America Washington State University
CT Center for Advanced Technology NanoSonic, Inc. Washington University in St. Louis
DCNR - Topogeo Survey NARUC Weatherford International
demosEUROPA - Centre for National Energy Technology Laboratory Wellford Energy Advisors
European Strategy National Grid West Virginia University
Denbury Resources, Inc. National Institute of Clean and Low Carbon Energy, China WESTCARB
Dendritech, Inc. National Institute of Standards & Technology Western Michigan University
Department of Energy and Climate Change, United Kingdom Natural Resources Canada Weyburn-Midale Project
Department of Primary Industries Natural Resources Defense Council Wiley-Blackwell
Department of Resources, Energy & Tourism Nature World Bank
Development Partners NEED Project World Resources Institute
Dioxide Materials Neumann Systems Group WorleyParsons Group, Inc.
DNV New Media Strategies Wormser Energy Solutions Inc.
DOE-NETL New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology WRI
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Nexant, Inc. WVU Research Corporation
Doosan Power Systems Nicholas Institute Wyoming Carbon Capture &
Douvre Consultant Nippon Steel Engineering Co, Ltd. Storage Technology Institute
Dow Chemical NiSource Gas Transmission & Storage Wyoming Infrastructure
Dow Performance Additives NIST Authority
DRI Norwegian Petroleum Directorate Wyoming Research Institute
Duke Energy Novozymes North America Inc. Wyoming State Geological
Duke University NRCCE/US China Energy Center Survey
Dupont NYU Stern XPrize
Durham University Oak Ridge National Laboratory Yonsei University
Dynamic Materials Corporation Occidental Petroleum Corporation Youngquist Brothers, Inc.
E & E Ohio Geological Survey Zero Emissions Platform (ZEP)
E.ON Optimized Gas Treating, Inc. Zero Emission Resources
Eastern Research Group (ERG) Orchard Material Technology Organization
Eaton Corporation ORISE Zerogen
ECN Owens-Illinois  
EciCentri OXAND  
Ecofin Research Foundation PA Consulting Group  
Ecology and Environment, Inc. PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources  
EGI, University of Utah Pacific Northwest National Laboratory  
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Parsons Brinckerhoff  
Elliott Company Paulsson, Inc.  
Elliott Group Peabody Energy  
Embassy of Canada Pembina Institute  
Emerson Process Management Penn State University  
Enbridge Inc. Pennsylvania Geological Survey  
Enegis, LLC Performance Results  
ENEL Corporation  
Energy & Environmental Research Center Univ of North Dakota Petra Nova LLC  
Energy Commercialization, LLC PETROBRAS S.A.  
Energy Efficiency Evaluations Petroleum Technology Research Centre  
Energy Planning Program-Federal University of Rio De Janeiro Petroleum Technology Transfer Council  
Energy Research Center Phillips Lytle LLP  
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) Physical Sciences Inc.  
Engineering News-Record Pinnacle  
ENGO Network on CCS Planetart Emissions Management, Inc.  
Enhance Energy Inc. Platts  
EnTech Strategies Politecnico di Milano  
Envergex LLC POSCO E&C  
Environment Canada/Oil Gas & Alt. Energy Division Power Engineering Magazine  
Environmental Technology Dept. KEPCO E&C Powerspan Corp.  

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