1 July 2008
UPDATED with links to slide presentations.
Chris Davies MEP held a seminar on CCS on Wed 2 July, the invite to which read:
“The International Energy Agency last month reported that the implementation of carbon capture and storage technology was urgent and essential if the world is to keep the lights on while reducing the impact of global warming. Two of the IEA’s senior advisors on coal will make a short presentation and answer questions.
In addition a representative for the Norwegian Government will report on just what is happening to the CO2 being stored in the Sleipner Field beneath the North Sea. Is it safe?
Lunchtime Seminar on CCS
Wednesday, 2nd July 2008
13h:00 to 14:30, Room ASP 5G375, Brussels
Speakers and their presentations:
- Mr. Brian Ricketts, Energy Analysist, Coal – International Energy Agency
- Mr. Kamel Bannaceur, CCS Expert and author of the IEA book “Prospects for CCS” – International Energy Agency
- Mr. Oyvind Christophersen, Senior Advisor – Norwegian Pollution Control Authority
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