Save the date: Workshop on CCUS Technologies in Industrial Systems

Start date 2022-03-01 13:00

End date 2022-03-01 17:00

This is an international online workshop organized jointly by the IETS (Industrial Energy-Related Technologies and Systems) and IEAGHG (IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme), which are both Technology Collaboration Programmes (TCPs) under the International Energy Agency (IEA).

CCUS technologies and systems are among the most important measures for achieving reduction of GHG emissions in industry. Due to the need for deep decarbonization, a mix of novel and traditional technologies can be foreseen in many plants, in addition to CCUS e. g. electrification, biorefineries, hydrogen usage, digitalization and industrial symbiosis. Improving the knowledge of design, integration and role of CCUS in the process industry from a systems perspective will therefore be of high importance for the introduction of these technologies in the industry sector.

Knowledge transfer from the planning, implementation as well as the operational phases is important. This area is of high interest for both IEA TCPs organizing this workshop.

Aims

The aims of this workshop are:

  • To present experiences and important examples of ongoing projects in the planning, implementation and/or operational phases of CCUS/BECCS/DACCS technologies in industry, with emphasis on design, integration and role of these technologies from a systems perspective.
  • To discuss the need for further work, including opportunities for international collaboration between the IETS and the IEAGHG TCPs in IEA.

Contents

A full agenda will be distributed later. Presentations will be given by invited international experts and will cover several types of industry. There will be sufficient time for a general discussion about the themes mentioned above.

Registration

The workshop is free to attend. A registration link will be posted early 2022.

More information

Please contact IETS Chair Thore Berntsson or Jasmin Kemper, Senior Technology Analyst at the IEAGHG