The Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Network

Air Capture Event

AIR CAPTURE: Negative emissions and carbon recycling

1 day Seminar
Tuesday 16 October 2012

Institution of Mechanical Engineers
1 Birdcage Walk
London
SW1H 9JJ United Kingdom

Paying by invoice? Please [PDF] download the event brochure and complete the invoice option.

**CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE IS 12 APRIL 2012**

The purpose of this seminar is to:

  • Inform delegates why air capture may be an important weapon in our battle to mitigate CO2 emissions
  • Explore the products in which CO2 can be used
  • Advise on the competing technologies and processes
  • Discuss the issues of safety, cost and funding

The following areas will be covered:

  • Latest EU & UK Government policies on carbon mitigation and potential role of air capture
  • State funding and other sources of finance for research and project development
  • Priority research areas to enable a leap forward
  • Ongoing debate on costs of air capture
  • Update on the legal and regulatory framework
  • Ensuring safety of the air capture processes
  • Uses for the captured CO2 and market potential
  • Business development and investment opportunities
  • What other emitters may need from air capture
  • Initiatives worldwide and timescales to commercialisation
  • Update for the leading edge projects across the globe

The Call for Papers deadline for the ‘Carbon Capture and Storage 2012′ seminar is 12 April 2012. This seminar is taking place on 17-18 October 2012 and is being held in conjunction with the Air Capture seminar. Attendees who wish to attend both events will be able to register at a discounted rate. For details see prices. To view details of the Carbon Capture and Storage seminar please visit www.imeche.org/events/s1660

Event enquiries: Contact Taz Khatun at E: t_khatun@imeche.org or T: 020 7973 1306
Call for papers: If you would like to present at this event please send a title and short abstract outlining the expected content of your presentation to Taz.

 

Co-Sponsor
Environmental Sustainability KTN CO2Chem Society of Environmental Engineers