An exciting panel of experts from across Canada will be in Vancouver on March 1 to discuss the technological and market challenges of developing capture and conversion technologies for large-scale industries.
Registration and networking: 5 to 6 p.m.
Welcome, pitches, panel discussion: 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Light lunch: 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
As Canada and the rest of the world move to develop low carbon economies, there is an escalating need to find cost-effective technologies to reduce emissions from industrial sources and to develop ways to convert CO2 to high-value products. This panel will discuss efforts being made to support the development of novel carbon capture and conversion technologies and accelerate the pace of scale-up. The event is part of the Vancouver Enterprise Forum‘s schedule of ongoing talks aimed at bringing technology entrepreneurs together with the aim of stimulating collaboration and growth.
Learn more about the technical, economic and market challenges faced by funders, technology developers and industry as they work to improve the economics of capture and support the discovery of new ways to convert emissions into carbon-based products.
Richard Adamson, President, CMC Research Institutes
Eddy Chui, Director, Clean Fossil Fuels Group, CanmetENERGY
Brian Gregg, Manager, Global Research – Canada, General Electric
Jonathan Carley, Vice-President, Business Development, CO2 Solutions Inc.
Steve MacDonald, CEO, Climate Change Emissions Management Corporation
Nicholas McKenna, Vice President, Oil Sands Development & Subsurface, ConocoPhillips Canada