19-20 October 2016, Organized by Active Communications International (ACI)
Location: France Lyons
Organizer: Active Communications International (ACI)
Tel: +48 61 646 9780
ACIís 7th Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Summit 2016 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 aims to highlight the changes post COP21 addressing challenges & opportunities in framework across CO2 emitting industries such as Industrial Manufacturing, Power to Gas/Liquids, Fuel, Petrochemical, Chemical, Urea, Algae and Power/Energy.
Petrochemicals: Oil Treating & Refining
The conference is designed to appeal to professionals interested in learning about the commercial future of carbon dioxide utilisation. If you are looking for a comprehensive progress update on the global CO2 Utilisation industry, including growth outlook and updates on the latest technological advancements, then look no further than ACIís 7thCarbon Dioxide Utilisation Summit.
EXCLUSIVE SITE VISIT: IFP Energies Nouvelles
Lyon, France. Tuesday 18th October 2016
CO2 Capture (Chemical Looping Combustion and de-mixing solvent), EOR CO2, CO2 Electro reduction facilities.
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.
- Policies Mitigating CO2 Emissions
- Valley of Hope: Post COP21 & Impact on CO2 Utilisation
- Holistic Evaluation Using Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA)
- CO2 as Feedstock for Chemicals & Plastics
- Carbonate Mineralization for Building & Industrial Uses
- CO2 to Fuels
- CO2 Utilisation Game Changers: Discovering Innovative R&D Concep
- Christian Von Olshausen, Sunfire GmbH
- David Addison, Virgin Management Ltd
- Maria Velkova, European Commission
- Christoph Guertler, Covestro
- Ahmed Belghazi, Total
- Andy Roeloffzen, Twence
- erederique Bouillot, Recoval
- Dr Lothar Mennicken, BMBF
- Youssef Travaly, Greenwin
- Collin Hills, University of Greenwich Chatham Maritime