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Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) is regarded by many scientists as a key tool to reach the climate agreement goals. In all scenarios of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the International Energy Agency (IEA), CCUS is viewed as essential to a cost-effective energy transition.
In this intensive 3-day expedition, top experts offer an overview of the entire Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage value chain and the opportunities it offers. It looks in particular at the latest developments in the dynamic CCUS market. On the last day a site visit is planned to Technology Centre Mongstad, The world´s most advanced and flexible test arena for CO2 capture technologies.
The Masterclass CCUS offers a unique overview of all currently available technologies for capturing, transporting, storing and utilising CO2.
It also discusses the most relevant economic parameters, the regulatory framework and a number of innovative new projects, and includes a business case in which all topics come together.
This introductory programme is particularly interesting for people who want to get a comprehensive overview of CCUS. Recommended for advanced students it offers the possibility to get up to date on the latest developments in CCUS. For all professionals working in the energy value chain such as:
Earl Goetheer is part time Full Professor at Delft University of Technology, where he specializes in large-scale energy storage. He is also Principal Scientist at the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), where he does research on CO2 capture and utilization processes. He received a PhD in chemical engineering from Eindhoven University of Technology and MSc in organic chemistry and process engineering from Wageningen University. In his career of over 20 years in chemical engineering, he has participated in a number of major international research programmes on carbon capture and utilization (CCUS) technology (CASTOR, CESAR, CAPRICE, OCTAVIUS, ICAP). His current research focus is on electrochemical conversion of CO2 to useful products within the E-Refinery and VOLTACHEM programmes. He has published more than 100 scientific papers and holds more than 40 patents in process engineering.