The International CCS Knowledge Centre is organising a CCS symposium in partnership with the Global CCS Institute on October 3-5 in Regina, Canada. The Symposium centres on the idea of taking action. How are we able to move past discussing carbon capture and storage and towards global deployment? This theme will be explored through a number of different panel topics, which include:
Large-scale CCS development – it can be done
Key economic considerations – building on the experience for the future
The value of CCS
CCS in a Paris world
Global prospectives on CCS
Financing CCS – Challenges and the way forward
Guests will also take a trip to Estevan on October 5th to tour CCS facilities including the Boundary Dam Power Station.
With up to 150 representatives from various CCS stakeholder groups around the world in attendance, this event will provide valuable lessons on the further advancement of CCS.