Following the success of its previous editions, our 17th Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Summit
will take place in Brussels on the 21st & 22nd October 2020.
During this new European edition of the event, the conference will explore the on-going & future CO2 utilisation projects, the importance of creating partnership through industrial clusters, best practices of LCAs, as well as the policy & regulations that can help strengthen the industry and the latest technology developments.
The two day event will also focus on the diverse uses of CO2 - chemicals, e-fuels, mineralisation and other market potential, through case studies. The conference participants will be able to take advantage of the different panel discussions and Q&A to gain a deeper understanding of the projects presented and interact both with the speakers and their fellow attendees.
Join us in Brussels this October for a highly interactive & informative conference, whilst enjoying the networking opportunities with your peers.
Have a look at the detailed agenda to get further details on this year's topics & speakers.
- Featuring On-going & Future European CO2 Utilisation Projects
- Industrial & Companies Clusters: Challenges & Opportunities
- Life Cycle Assessment - Best Practices
- Supporting the Industry through Policy & Regulation
- Latest Technologies Development
- CO2 to Chemicals
- CO2 to E-fuels
- CO2 Mineralisation
- Exploring Other End-Markets Potential
Who Will Attend?
- Energy companies investing in R&D
- Oil, gas and chemical companies with Alternative energy departments
- Governments looking for investable R&D in the energy sector
- Biofuel companies
- Power to gas/liquids fuels
- Industrial Chemical sector
- Start-up technology companies
- Chemical product manufacturers
- Fuel & Biofuel technology companies
- Perhaps the venture capital firms
- Clean energy technology companies
- Oil and gas services companies
- Gases and engineering companies
- Petrochemical consulting companies
Exclusive Site Visit:
During the afternoon of Tuesday 20th October, prior to the conference, a limited number of attendees will receive the unique opportunity to visit ArcelorMittal's Steelanol plant in Ghent, Belgium.
There is no extra charge to attend the site visit, but spaces are
limited and allocated on a first come-first served basis. Please
register your attendance when booking for the conference.COVID-19
We are doing everything to ensure that all our events go ahead as advertised. Like you, we are keen to get the meetings to happen and return to some form of normality. We are constantly tracking WHO updates, local government regulations and talking to our attendees wherever possible. Venues are chosen and procedures are adjusted in order to make the conferences possible.
But we do accept that these are exceptionally challenging times and the updates are very fast moving. As such, it may help you to understand how and why we arrive at decisions on moving ahead with any current event: One month before the meeting we again re-assess the situation specific to the individual summit, both local to the event and globally. We then take a decision as to the viability of holding the meeting as if it were happening the very next day. If it is possible to run on that basis, we will proceed. If not, we will be forced to take the decision to postpone the event to a later and better date.