We're looking forward to providing delegates and speakers with the opportunity to engage in open dialogue prior to the Copenhagen Climate Conference
Portland, ME (PRWEB) July 23, 2009
Set to take place on September 22-24th in Arlington, Virginia - the Carbon Capture World Summit 2009 will provide an opportunity for international political figures and regulatory bodies, financial institutions and energy corporations to discuss the obstacles and viability of carbon capture and storage, both on a large and small scale.
Speakers at the event will provide a close look at changes in global legislation, as well as addressing economic, technological and public perspective issues prior to the Copenhagen Climate Conference in December. Through commercial case studies, this event will also address technical and commercial hurdles, the cost of implementing carbon sequestration and energy consumer acceptance issues.
With organizations such as Air Liquide, the Bellona Foundation, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Ernst & Young participating as speakers, this event promises to provide a well-rounded approach to the most pressing issues facing CCS. "We're looking forward to providing delegates and speakers with the opportunity to engage in open dialogue prior to the Copenhagen Climate Conference," says Valerie King, Conference Producer.
With a high level of international participation expected and numerous networking breaks and interactive panels, attendees will have an opportunity to interact with representatives of other countries also involved in CCS discussions and demonstration projects.
For more information about the event, visit the website at Carbon Capture World Summit or contact the IntertechPira team at +1 207 781 9616.
There are limited speaking spots still available - for more information, please contact Valerie King at +1 207 781 9616 or via email at valerie.king (at) pira-international.com