Seminar 13th June 2019 – Düsseldorf, Germany
An increasing amount of real-life and full-scale capture plants for CO2 are being built and planned several places in Europe. Carbon Capture and Storage for the Klemetsrud waste-to-energy plant is a cornerstone in the City of Oslo’s ambitious plan to reduce emissions by 95 per cent by 2030. Intensified discussions about net zero targets are bringing CCS into European and national debates on in countries such as the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark.
This seminar will give an introduction and update into some of the most interesting projects within the Carbon Capture and Storage industry.
Venue: Radisson Blu Scandinavia, Karl Arnold Platz, 5 D-40474 Dusseldorf Germany
Time: 09:30 – 12:30 (Coffee and registration from 09:00)
Language: The seminar will be held in English
Accommodation: The participants arranges own travel and accommodation
(Timing is subject to adjustments)
09:00 – 09:30 Arrival, registration and coffee
09:30 – 10:35 CCS – projects and feasibility studies
- Jannicke Gerner Bjerkås, CCS director, Fortum Oslo Varme
- Andy Roelloffzen, Project Manager, Twence
- Ingrid Hitland / Atle Pedersen, Managing Director / Plant Manager, BIR Avfallsenergi AS
- Peter Blinksbjerg, Quality Manager, ARC, Amager Resource Center
10:35 – 11:05 Coffee break
11:05 – 12:30 Technologies for CCUS in waste-to-energy
- Håkan Lindsjø, COO, Sysav AB
- Marija Spokaite, Project Manager, Sustainability in Business Lab (sus.lab) at ETH Zurich
- Devin Shaw, Commercial Director CO2 Capture and CCS, Shell
- Jan Kielland, CEO, CO2 Capsol
- Olaf Christoph, Business Development Sales, Linde AG
- Oliver Gloeckner, Sales & Proposal Management, Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH
For further information, please contact Rune Sjøhelle, Senior Advisor at Fo°tprint.
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