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  • 21th October 2016, Lyon

    Club CO2 is pursuing its involvement in the promotion of CO2 recycling as a means of reducing the carbon footprint of the economy.

  • 8-9 May 2017
    Place: Venise, Italy

    The annual CO2GeoNet Open Forum in Venice has become an outstanding event in Europe, providing a key opportunity for stakeholders (including EU representatives, industry, regulators, public authorities, NGOs, and the research community) to meet and interact directly with Europe’s largest group of researchers on CO2 geological storage.

    CO2GeoNet, the European Network of Excellence on the geological storage of CO2, is a scientific non-profit Association.

  • December 2015
    Place: PARIS COP21

    Climate change and CO2 management: local solutions for the short term, global solutions for the longer term

  • 25-26 september 2014
    Place: Lyon, France

    The third edition of the international Conference on Sustainable CO2 Chemical and Biochemical Utilisation “ CO2 Forum .Large-volume CO2 Utilization : Enabling Technologies for Energy and Resource Efficiency will take place September 25-26, 2014 in Lyon (France)

  • 11-12 june 2014
    Place: Le Havre

    Club CO2 in conjunction with Le Havre city council, GCCSI and CO2GeoNet, is organizing a workshop on European pilot and demonstration projects on CO2 capture and storage–lessons learned and the way forward

  • 11-12 june 2014
    Place: Le Havre

    Here below the final agenda:

  • 20-22 May 2014
    Place: Venice, Italy
    The annual CO2GeoNet Open Forum in Venice has become an outstanding event in Europe, providing a key opportunity for stakeholders (including EU representatives, industry, regulators, public authorities, NGOs, and the research community) to meet and interact directly with Europe’s largest group of researchers on CO2 geological storage.
  • 13-15 May 2014
    Place: Burgos, Espagne
     
  • September 12 & 13 2013
    Place: Le Havre

    Economic sustainability of a CCTS sector could be reached by 2020-2025 but to date, only CO2 recovery can make up for the cost of capture and thus allow, within a short period of time, implementation of the Kyoto protocol. As a result, improvement of flexibility of industrial systems and their energy efficiency, development of smarts-grids and green chemistry are priorities.

  • 27-28 september 2012
    Place: Lyon (France)

    This second forum will update the emerging pathways that present significant potential to use large volumes of CO2. As world experts will present their research and achievements the Forum will produce a broad perspective of the state-of-play and future roadmap for these developments.  As world experts will present their research and achievements the Forum will produce a broad perspective of the state-of-play and future roadmap for these developments.

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