The Industry CCUS Conference 2023, will take place from 29-30 November 2023 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

The conference brings together top-level experts from the chemical, concrete, heavy, and polymers industries to discuss the newest technological advancements, regulations, and policies as well as their onlook on the future of the usage of CO2.

After receiving a great response to COCapture, Storage and Reuse 2023, which gathered 390+ participants from 27 countries, this conference is set to bring industry stakeholders, unique content, workshops discussions and networking. During this 2-day event rich in presentations from industry end-users and running project case studies, participants will gain a comprehensive overview of the COusage technology, hear experts focusing on new regulations, changing market situations and get an opportunity to network and exchange views with industry leaders.

Please find more information about the conference and registration here.

The Sustainable Industrial Manufacturing (SIM Europe) conference and exhibition will take place from 21-22 November in Maastricht, The Netherlands, to offer delegates a deep dive into the latest solutions for sustainable manufacturing, breakthrough technology, and the future direction of industrial processes.

The SIM Europe event provides a unique opportunity to hear from 50+ expert speakers, attend keynote addresses, participate in interactive roundtable debates, and meet potential partners and sustainability experts planning for Net Zero in the exhibition hall.

Entry into SIM Europe is completely free of charge for industry professionals, government employees, members of the media, and students (18+) studying a relevant discipline.

Please find more information about the conference, exhibition, and registration here.

ACI’s European Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Summit will take place from 25-26 October 2023 in Hamburg, Germany.

With an ever-increasing focus on sustainability and decarbonisation, many industries are looking for ways to use CO2 to both remove harmful emissions and find value from this perceived “waste” material. The event will focus on new CO2 utilisation developments and technologies in the oil and gas, chemicals, energy, mineralisation and E-Fuels industries, as well as other-end markets. The conference will also highlight international legislation, updates and requirements of the industry, as well as an overview of the market since the 2015 Paris Agreement.

The summit will attract attendees from 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, Venture capital firms, Clean energy technology companies, Oil and gas services companies, Gases and engineering companies and more.

Please find more information about the agenda and register online here.

The London Climate Technology Show 2023 will take place from 26-27 September 2023 in London, UK.

The highly esteemed event and tradeshow will focus on the fast-developing climate technology value chain, where stakeholders from across the world of investment, government, media, entrepreneurship and academia assemble to experience two days of high-value content and numerous new business opportunities.

The event brings together key professionals from the fields of Finance, Agriculture and land Use, Carbon Capture Utilisation and storage, Transportation, Built Environment, Energy, ESG, ITes, and a myriad of other industry sectors working together towards a decarbonised future.

Please find more information about the conference, sponsoring, and registration here.

The Metabolic Engineering Conference is the world-leading conference to share developments and achievements in the field. The conference enables participants to collectively explore how developments in metabolic engineering can advance diverse sectors across agriculture, biomanufacturing, medicine, and more.

The 15th edition of the conference will take place from 11-15 June in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, continuing to provide engineers and scientists at all career stages:

  • fresh perspectives on how the world is leveraging metabolic engineering to address global problems;
  • an opportunity to learn developments that will have an immediate impact on science and society;
  • get to know the field’s opportunities and challenges;
  • spark collaborations.

The CO2SMOS project will join the event and will be presented via the poster presentation “2,3-Butanediol Production from Next-Generation Feedstocks in Engineered Bacterial Chassis” by our colleagues and project partners at CSIC.

Following the success of the previous editions (2015, 2017 and 2019), the 4th edition of “Aportando Valor al CO2” (Adding Value to CO2) will take place on 10-11 May 2023 in Bilbao (Spain). The event has been jointly organised by the Spanish Technology and Innovation Platforms for CO2 (PTECO2) and Sustainable Chemistry (SusChem-Spain).

This conference gathers stakeholders in the science-technology-business system and aims to offer a global vision of the different aspects involved in CO2 valorisation technologies, from fundamental research to market applications.

The Congress will feature presentations by renowned researchers in the field of CO2 uses and transformation. In addition, discussion will be encouraged through a central poster session, where research groups and companies will present their latest innovations.

The CO2SMOS project will be presented by Elena Vicente Cayuela and María Balaguer Ramírez, researchers at our partner CSIC, with the poster “Low-temperature RWGS catalyst coupled with electrocatalytic membrane reactors”.

The nova “Conference on CO2-based Fuels and Chemicals” is one of the most established worldwide meeting and networking events for the entire Carbon Capture & Utilisation (CCU) and Power-to-X industry and its customers. The upcoming 10th edition of this conference will take place from 19-20 April in Cologne, Germany, to continue showcasing the newest and most important developments in the fast-growing field of CO2 capture and utilisation.

New and leading players will demonstrate novel and improved applications based on the use of CO2 as feedstock. The main topics of the conference are green hydrogen production, carbon capture technologies, and carbon utilisation (Power-to-X): transportation and aviation fuels, building-blocks, bulk, and fine chemicals as well as advanced technologies for COutilisation such as artificial photosynthesis. The conference will be accompanied by a trade exhibition.

Please find more information about registration at the conference here.

The fight against climate change is an ongoing battle, and one of the biggest contributors to this problem is the emission of CO2 into the atmosphere. While CO2 is a naturally occurring gas, the increase in human activities has led to a sharp rise in CO2 levels, which is having a devastating effects on our planet.

Thankfully, there are forward-thinking European projects that are leading the way in turning CO2 emissions into chemicals. CATCO2NVERSCO2SMOS, and VIVALDI are innovative projects that are using cutting-edge technology to capture CO2 emissions and turn them into valuable chemicals.

The Online Webinar: Leading the way in turning CO2 emissions into chemicals is planned to be held on Tuesday, April 12, 2023, from 11:00 to 12:30 (CET). This event is a joint effort of three European projects funded by the research and development programme H2020. CATCO2NVERS, CO2SMOS and VIVALDI will present the different technologies and methodologies in each project for turning CO2 emissions into chemicals.

The event is open to anyone who wants to learn more about these initiatives and the different carbon capture methods and conversions. The webinar will be mainly structured in five parts:

  • Welcoming
  • Presenting CATCO2NVERS
  • Presenting CO2SMOS
  • Presenting VIVALDI
  • Wrap-up and Q&A

If you are curious about the potential of carbon capture and how its utilization contributes to the fight against climate change by reducing carbon emissions and creating sustainable products register for free here