Date: Wednesday 25 February 2015 - Thursday 26 February 2015
Location: San Antonio, USA
ACI’s 4th Carbon Dioxide Utilization Conference 2015 will explore commercial aspects of carbon dioxide applications in several industries such as chemical, oil & gas, power and cultivation. The conference will evaluate potential benefits and challenges of investments in carbon dioxide utilization as well as analysing effects of joint ventures on carbon dioxide monetization.
The two day conference will consist of series of informative presentations followed by an interactive Q&A session. You will have an opportunity to participate in a panel discussion which will give deep insight on the views shared from different angles of the carbon dioxide utilization.
Skyonic's Mineralization Plant. San Antonio, Texas, USA. Tuesday 24th of February, 2015
During the afternoon of Tuesday 24th of February, a limited number of conference attendees will receive the unique opportunity to attend a site visit to Capitol SkyMine: the world's first for profit carbon mineralization plant.
There is no extra charge to attend the site visit, but spaces are limited and allocated to first come first serve basis. Please register you attendance for the site visit when booking for the conference. Transport will be provided to and from conference venue.
Key Topics Include
CO2 Utilization industry: US in Global Context
Policies and regulations on CO2 Utilization
CO2 sourcing: ensuring a reliable supply
Challenges and opportunities in the transportation of CO2
CO2 Utilization in the power industry
CO2 as raw material in chemicals and fuel
CO2 Utilization in the oil and gas industry
CO2 in cultivation
Call for Papers
If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 30-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:
Tel: +44 (0) 20 3141 0625
Who Will Attend?
Oil & Gas Explorers and Producers
Regulatory and Policy Officers
For further information or to register your attendance contact:
Tel: +48 61 646 7022
Commercial & Sponsorship