SCOT Network Meeting

This session, organised by SCOT and supported by Deltalinqs, will take place: 

On:            Thursday, 2nd of April 2015
From:        15.00 – 18.00
At:             DCRM (Environmental Protection Agency Rijnmond), Schiedam. 

The purpose of the meeting is twofold; on the one hand to discuss the potential of Carbon Dioxide Utilisation (CDU) activities in an industrial cluster as Rotterdam Rijnmond and on the other hand the sharing of best practices and aspects of CO2 clusters and networks.
For this session, people from industry, research institutes as well as policymakers will be attending.

Confirmed attendents are: Deltalinqs, DIFFER, Air Liquide Benelux Industries, DCMR, TNO, Stedin, ADEME, Solvay, Linde Gas, KU Leuven, ISPT, Traxxys Innovation & Sustainability, Aterro, acpco2, IFP Energies nouvelles, Visser & Smit Hanab, University of Messina, Utrecht University, Gas Solutions R&D, Alstom, CPE Lyon, Sheffield University, Axelera, GreenWin, Triple E Consulting, Dechema, Cluster Industrielle Biotechnologie, Brightlands, and Innovation Concepts.

Due to the international character of the meeting the discussion and presentations will take place in English. We hope that the European knowledge and experience will prove a valuable mix with the Rotterdam pragmatic business mentality.

PROGRAMME 

The programme will be chaired by Hans Bolscher.

14.30 – 15.00    Welcome and coffee

15:00  – 15.10    Introduction (Hans Bolscher)
    
15:10  – 16:00     Carbon dioxide utilisation projects 
•    Lindegas: The Dutch perspective (Jacob Limbeek)
•    Solvay:  CO2 utilisation in the chemical industry (Eric Dubois)
•    KU Leuven: CO2 utilisation in mineralisation (Pol Knops)

16:00  – 16.15    Short break

16:15  – 17.15    Network examples 
•    SCOT (Youssef Travely)
•    CO2Chem (Katy Armstrong en Peter Styring)

17:15  – 17:40    Open discussion via 3 premises  (Hans Bolscher)

17.40 – 18.00     Closing remarks on the future of CDU (Michele Aresta)

18:00 –    19:00    Drinks 

VENUE

DCMR Environmental Protection Agency 
Parallelweg 1 
3112 NA Schiedam 
The Netherlands
For directions: see www.dcmr.nl 

For more information contact info@scotproject.org

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 319995

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