NYC: The Global Influence of Australia's Initiatives in Carbon Capture and Storage




The Australian Trade Commission invites you to a discussion on:



The Global Influence of

            Australia’s Initiatives in Carbon Capture and Storage

Tuesday 18 May 2010

6.00 - 8.00pm

Australian Consulate General
150 East 42nd St, 34th floor
New York

Guest speakers are at the forefront of CCS developments in policy, project demonstration, legal and regulatory frameworks, finance and technology:
                     Dale Seymour, Senior Vice President - Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute, Canberra
        Andrew Beatty, Partner, Global Environmental Markets Practice - Baker & McKenzie, Sydney
 Craig Dugan, CEO - Process Group, Melbourne 

The Australian Government's commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 60% on 2000 levels by 2050 will require substantial CO2 reductions from Australia's coal-fired power stations and industrial sources. Australia - which has the world’s fourth largest coal reserves and is the world’s largest coal exporter – is a world leader in the development and deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage technologies as part of its efforts to provide global climate change solutions.

If your organisation is focused on understanding Carbon Capture and
Storage, ‘Clean Coal’, Climate Change and Green-House Gas emissions reduction, you should attend this event.
Panel session followed by reception
RSVP to or 212.351.6571 

Organizer Simon Hill


Tue, May 18, 2010
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
(GMT-0400) US/Eastern