Post Combustion Capture Conference (PCCC-7)
- IEA GHG (IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme)
- U.S. Department of Energy
- National Energy Technology Laboratory
Since the international capture network has started in 2000 with the last meeting being held in Regina, Canada, it has been a successful event and a very important gathering for post-combustion capture experts to share their knowledge, findings and expertise. As a result of the increasing interest and number of operating projects in the post-combustion capture area, the number of attendees and submitted abstracts for this network has grown dramatically.
Therefore, due to the overwhelming success of the twelve previous international capture Network meetings held globally, it has been decided to respond to this growing interest in post-combustion capture technologies by developing the network into a full Post-Combustion Capture Conference, while keeping the network format abstract-presentation without producing full papers for the conference proceedings.
The post-combustion capture conference will be an opportunity to encourage technologies providers and developers to share their experiences and knowledge. Even though this conference will cover all aspects of developments relevant to post-combustion capture, it will give special attention to the capture pilot plants and large scale demonstration projects results, challenges and future plans.
Call for Abstracts
The call for abstracts is scheduled to open early-March 2023, work will be required to be submitted online on the PCCC-7 abstract template which will be provided. Abstracts are defined as a one-page overview of the project or research which should include references. The conference format will consist of a two-stream programme for oral presentations, and will include a poster session.
Sponsoring or Exhibiting at PCCC-7
There will be a small exhibition area central to the conference for sponsors and supporters of the event. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or exhibitor of this conference, you can find further details in the 'become a sponsor' document or email email@example.com
IEAGHG - IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme
Tel.: +44 (0) 1242 802911