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SHOWCASING CANADA'S LEADERSHIP IN CCUS
Thousands of Industry Influential Minds Come Together
To Build a Low-Carbon Future
Climate change is currently the major global environmental challenge. Nations strive to transit their economy from carbon-intensive to low-carbon in terms of adaption and transition by reducing or capturing greenhouse gas (CO2) emission. As a pioneer in a low carbon economy, Canada has implemented carbon tax system and established huge fund support for low carbon technology development and marketing.
As carbon capture, utilization and storage becomes more prevalent, some advocates question whether it amounts to another way to prop up the oil and gas industry. Others argue it’s the only way forward to a net-zero future. Lets dive into a discussion at the Carbon Capture Canada Conference.
Key Conference Themes
How are storage sites built, are there chances of leakage and what are the monitoring techniques and government regulation, to ensure that CCUS is safe.
Nations and organizations are seeking to adopt low carbon development pathways to achieve green growth .
CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES
The challenges are emission control, policy, technology reliability. The opportunities are innovation, scale-up and marketing.
CANADA CLIMATE ACTION
Clean growth framework, carbon emissions control strategy, carbon pricing, clean technology support program.
CANADA R&D FUND
$2 billion low carbon economy fund, $2.3 billion clean-tech program, environmental fund, and climate action fund.
Great opportunities in fields of carbon capture and utilization, renewable energy, pollution control, and energy storage.
Delegate Early Bird Offer: $1095 (Valid until June 30, 2022)
- Standard Rate: $1495 (Valid from July 1, 2022 onwards)
- Exhibition only: $50
- Site Visit and Facility Tours (September 22, 2022): $295
Show dates and venue:
September 20-21: Exhibition and Conference, taking place onsite at Edmonton Convention Centre, Alberta, Canada
September 22: Only Offsite visits for facility tours around Alberta, Canada [Limited seats available]