Industry CCUS Conference
After receiving a great response to our CO2 Capture, Storage and Reuse 2023, that gathered 390+ participants from 27 countries, we are happy to announce Industry CCUS Conference, we decided to host a summit that will take an in-depth look into industries: heavy, petrochemical, cement and more. Conference will take place on 29-30 November 2023 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. While decarbonisation goals are quickly approaching, reuse of CO2 may help meeting those goals by mitigating environmental impact and provide additional profit. We are constantly looking for pathways to more sustainable future, CO2 capturing and reusing it in everyday use products like fuels, polymers, chemicals or building materials are certainly important part. This event is set to bring industry stakeholders, unique content, workshops discussions and networking. Join us for latest market news, excellent keynote speakers and technical insights.
• New regulations and funds in CCUS and their effects on industry
• EU policies: the future of Fit-for-55
• CAPEX & OPEX of CO2 usage in various industries
• CCUS for reducing costs
• Technological advancements for carbon utilisation in end-user production
• Refining combinations or possibilities to store CO2 with systems providing security of storage
• CO2 in E-fuels production
• Creating negative emissions markets of the future across industries
• Strengthening CO2 potential as raw material
And many more….
Why you should join the Industry CCUS Conference
During this 2-day event rich in presentations from industry end-users and running projects case studies you will gain a comprehensive overview of the CO2 usage technology. You can hear experts focusing on new regulations, changing market situation and more. Get an opportunity to network and exchange views with industry leaders.
Port of Amsterdam
Carbon Capture and Storage Association
Huibert van Rossum
Port of Rotterdam
Nick van den Boogaart
Oil and gas operations are commonly found in remote locations far from company headquarters. Now, it's possible to monitor pump operations, collate and analyze seismic data, and track employees around the world from almost anywhere. Whether employees are in the office or in the field, the internet and related applications enable a greater multidirectional flow of information – and control – than ever before.