4th Annual Carbon Capture & Sequestration: The Business Summit

July 13-15, 2010 | Almas Temple Club | Washington, DC

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Supporting Organization

Carbon Capture & Storage Association

Media Partners

Carbon Capture Journal
Carbon Credit Capital
EnerG
Energy Biz
Energy Overviews
Hedge Co. Net
North American Clean Energy
Pipeline
SNL Energy
SparkSpread
Sustainable Business.com

Meet All the Players You Will Need
to Move Forward in a $128 billion CCS Market:

CSS Developers, EPCs, Pipeline Companies, EOR & Other Sequestration Providers, and Financiers

The DOE announced that it is awarding some $612 million for carbon capture projects to continue testing large-scale carbon capture and storage from industrial sources. As much as $1.4 billion will be awarded to aid the commercialization of carbon capture and storage, but the investment picture is far from clear: betting on carbon capture has been difficult, requiring patience and insight into the technologies, business and project development strategies of the leading companies in the field.

Attend Infocast’s 4th Annual Carbon Capture and Sequestration: The Business Summit and get the perspectives of leading developers and investors in the carbon capture realm, including Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. and Denbury Resources Inc., leaders of teams winning $513 million in DOE awards, as well as many of their project team members. They will discuss their technologies, strategies and development plans.

Meet the players leading the way to CCS commercialization, including:

Advanced Resources International, Inc
Air Products
Alstom
American Electric Power
Baker Hughes
Battelle
Chadbourne & Parke, LLP
Citibank
CleanWisconsin
CO2 Solution
Codexis
Enbridge
Florida Intercontinental University
GE
Illinois Coal
IETA
Legado Resources
Melzer Consulting
Mitsubishi
Novomer
NGR
Schlumberger Carbon Services
SCC Americas
Skyonic
Societe Generale
Stoel Rives
Summit Power
Verdigris Capital, LLC

Also Hear Them Discuss:

  • Status and update on major CCS commercialization projects
  • Emitter perspectives on implementing carbon capture and sequestration—what capture technologies and storage strategies will they adopt?
  • Latest on federal awards and state programs
  • Siting and financing CO2 pipelines and the agreements transporters are looking to make with emitters and CO2 providers
  • Business case and cost of geologic storage and EOR sequestration