it is an exciting week ahead - for the first time in GLOBE Series history, CCUS takes it place as an essential option in clean technology aiming to reduce carbon emissions. The International CCS Knowledge Centre, along with other leaders and innovators from across the CCUS ecosystem will be on mass at the Forum. 


CCUS Day, March 15 - Ballroom C

Join us for CCUS Day. There will be four panels of experts talking about the most burning questions for CCUS, such as: CCUS role in supporting energy transition and the phase out of coal; financing of CCUS and role of carbon pricing; and how to derisk CCUS for it be accetped and accessible for those countries and regions looking to substantial reduce their GHGs. (For detailed description and agenda of CCUS Day, click here.)

I am also looking forward to hearing from the dynamic Dr. Julio Freidman, as one of the clear thinkers and leaders in understanding the necessity of CCUS now - he starts the day off as a speaker on the Beautiful Minds of CCS. (Click here to see Julio on YouTube).


CCUS Cluster, March 14 to 16 - Innovation Expo

Stop by the CCUS Cluster at the Innovation Expo - the International CCS Knowledge Centre is proud to sponsor a pavillion dedicated to the innovative works in CCUS. With over 20 exhibitors and a 30 seat theatre with activities through out the three days, there will be lots to see and do. (For a list of exhibitors and the theatre schedule, click here.)

We'll be presenting at this space twice. I will provide an overview on Wednesday March 14th at 4:00pm and then on Friday March 16th at 1:00pm, Corwyn Bruce, Head of Technical Services will present on lessons learned at SaskPower's BD3 Carbon Capture Facility with a technical Q&A.


Too Legit, To Quit,  March 14 - Disruption Theatre

Be sure to attend the Disruption Theatre on March 14 for an hour on CCUS from 1:30pm - 2:30pm. We'll tell the compelling story of how one clean technology can significantly contribute to keeping our planet healthy.  Join the International CCS Knowledge Centre on how to capture more than 2 Mt of CO2.




The International CCS Knowledge Centre will have a team on the ground. Be sure to stop by and say hello.

It's going to be a great week. See you there.