European CO2 Summit 2024

What Needs to Happen Now?

“Water, water everywhere. Nor any drop to drink.” 

An adage that captures the great CO2 paradox in one succinct sentence. Yet this paradox in carbon dioxide availability and sourcing is being challenged. How we see CO2 is changing.  

CO2 is shifting from by-product and waste disposal to an integral circular value chain in its own right, but is it moving quick enough? 

We know that sourcing has to change. We know the CO2 supply chain in Europe is fraught with instability and vulnerability; at the same time, demand continues to grow. We know that decarbonisation brings opportunities, but it could also present threats if invaluable CO2 is taken off the table and lost. 

Stewardship and urgency are the order of the day, before paradox becomes procrastination and ultimately, plight. 

The clock is ticking, which begs the question, if CO2 is there to be captured and the proven technology exists to do that, what needs to happen next? 

Join gasworld in Austria in February as we turn the attention to what comes next and an action plan for the CO2 business of tomorrow, at the Europe CO2 Summit 2024. 

Secure your seat at the summit of discussion and debate as we ask: 

  • How do we reposition our CO2 business models and mindsets? 
  • How do we fast-track and integrate the technologies available to us? 
  • Are we maximising the opportunities in bio-based sourcing? 
  • Where are the threats and opportunities in European CO2 markets? 
  • How will the impact of regional energy policy and geopolitics affect CO2 markets in the US and Europe? 
  • Where are the new applications in CO2, dry ice and e-fuels? 
  • And what are the technologies that will help us realise those applications?

 

Interested in speaking and contributing? Get in touch with our Content Director, Rob Cockerill, at rob.cockerill@gasworld.com   

Interested in sponsoring and exhibiting? Reach out to the conferences team at conferences@gasworld.com  

Agenda

19th - 21st February 2024

Welcome

15:00

Welcome Reception

1800hrs - 2200hrs

Day 1

Opening Keynote

0845hrs

Session 1 – CO2 Sourcing & Supply

0930hrs
Rob Cockerill, gasworld

Session 2 – What Next? Circular Economies and CO2

1100hrs
David Hurren, BCGA

LIVE! Catching Carbon Podcast

1230hrs

Lunch Service, Exhibition & Networking in Andreas Hofer Saal

1315hrs
18:00 - 22:00

Day 2

Welcome to Day 2

0900hrs

Session 4 – What Now? Latest Technology & Innovation

David Hurren, BCGA

Session 5 – The CO2 Fingerprint: Quality, Purity & Safety

1105hrs
Thomas Dee, gasworld & H2 View

Session 6 – Panel Discussion: What Needs to Happen Next?

1215hrs
Rob Cockerill, gasworld

Lunch Service, Networking & Exhibits in Andreas Hofer Saal

13:15

Event Close

18:00

Speakers

Christoph Laumen

Managing Director

Nippon Gases Germany

Rob Cockerill

Global Content Director

gasworld

Christopher Carson

Managing Director

BioCarbonics Limited

Alex Amin

Analyst – Nitrogen Fertilizers

CRU

Charlotte Morton OBE

Chief Executive

World Biogas Association

José Vicente Sánchez

Marketing and Business Development Director

Nippon Gases España, S.L.U.

John Cosmo Dwelle

Head of Business Development, Sustainability & Verification

LANDWÄRME GMBH

Faye Restall

Product and Market Development Manager

Earthly Labs (A Chart Industries Company)

Stephen B. Harrison

Managing Director

sbh4 GmbH

Jeff Holyoak

Vice-President of Sales & Market Development

TOMCO Systems

Luke Lana

Director, Commercial and Project Management

TOMCO Systems

David Hurren

President

BCGA

Jörg-Peter Mehrer

CEO

Mehrer Compression GmbH

Gary Robson

CEO & Founder

Sure Purity Ltd

Rob Van Straten

CEO

SkyTree

Thomas Dee

Broadcast Journalist

gasworld & H2 View

Robert Skribanek

Technical Manager

EIGA

Rome Brenneman

Director/Chair

Archaea Energy/Beverage Gases Committee, ISBT

Jürgen Reinmann

Director Regulatory

ENVEA GmbH

Joaquín González-Blas

Director Energy & Sustainability Europe

Nippon Gases

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Exhibition

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Sponsors

Nippon Gases

Principal Sponsor

https://nippongases.com Website
Nippon Gases, one of the leading industrial and medical gases companies in Europe, is part of the Nippon Sanso Holdings Corporation, which has over 100 years of experience and also boasts a major presence in Japan, Southeast Asia, Australia, the US, and Canada. Nippon Sanso Holdings Corporation operates in 28...Read More

Cold Jet

Feature Sponsor

https://www.coldjet.com Website
With 30 years of experience, Cold Jet is the leading global provider of high capacity, quality on-site dry ice manufacturing equipment, serving both industrial gas and end-user companies around the world. Cold Jet’s dry ice production equipment has been engineered to extrude the highest density dry ice available. Due to...Read More

Feature Sponsor

https://tomcosystems.com Website
TOMCO Systems, founded in 1970 and headquartered in Loganville, Georgia, stands as a global leader in bulk CO2 storage and distribution, boasting over 1,500 installations worldwide. As a comprehensive service provider, TOMCO focuses on delivering end-to-end solutions for various applications, including CO2, water treatment, carbon capture, dry ice production, and...Read More

Supporting Sponsor

http://www.ascoco2.com Website
Switzerland-based ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE is a globally operating company that offers complete solutions for CO2 and dry ice. The range of services includes carbon capture plants, CO2 recovery systems, ASCOJET dry ice blasting machines, dry ice production machines, CO2 cylinder filling systems, CO2 vaporizers, CO2 storage tanks, CO2 dosing systems for water neutralisation, and various other CO2 and dry ice equipment. Due to its broad product range and...Read More

Supporting Sponsor

https://www.pentair.com Website
As specialists in capturing, recovering, and purifying CO2 for carbon utilisation and storage, Pentair is committed to aiding decarbonisation efforts and helping to minimise climate change and its impact on the world through carbon capture solutions. For industries wanting to get greater value out of their resources, lower their carbon...Read More

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Venue

Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol

Venue Details

The Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol is a spacious luxury resort in a unique, secluded location near by the popular holiday resort Seefeld in Tyrol. Not only the dimensions of the five-star superior domicile are impressive, but also its inner values are convincing down to the last detail. As part of the internationally successful family business Liebherr, the hotel near Seefeld stands for the highest quality, best service and attentive hospitality.

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