Last Call for Webinar & CCUS Partner Announcements
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The goal is not to predict the market in 2050.
The goal is to understand the current CO2 emission sources and carbon capture projects that will influence the market and the supply chain in North America.
The goal is to make better decisions based not only on “intuition” but also on data.
Industrial point-source capture is most important for short- and midterm decarbonization because the technology is ready today and has the potential to capture large volumes of CO2 emissions from hard-to-abate industries that have few other decarbonization options.
If you want to understand the carbon capture outlook for this year with profound data and not just “intuition”, we are conducting a FREE webinar on February 1, 2023, at 10 am CST.
LIMITED registrations. The sign-up form closes today.
In this Live webinar we‘ll discuss:
✅ Carbon capture projects to watch this year
✅ Market supply and industrial emissions
✅ Market demand and CO2 utilization update
✅ What are the supply chain constraints to consider?
✅ What are the future and current opportunities?
Register here: https://mailchi.mp/da49090cdcbf/carbon-capture-webinar-2023
Questions & Answers
What is the geographic coverage for the webinar? U.S. and Canada will be the focus of the webinar with some discussion around international projects.
Will you cover direct air capture? Yes, we will cover a few projects and costs that are unique to direct air capture projects.
Are you sharing the materials? After the webinar, we will provide a sample of the materials but only the webinar attendees will receive the presentation.
Inside this Issue
☁️ Cardinal Ethanol and Vault 44.01 Form Joint Venture to Implement a Carbon Capture and Sequestration Project in Indiana
❇️ ExxonMobil Awards FEED for World's Largest Low-Carbon Hydrogen Facility
🤝 Four Companies Announce Joint Feasibility Study of Large-Scale and Wide-Area Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Value Chain Project Using Ship Transportation
💥 GSE Solutions Receives Contract to Develop and Support Hydrogen Plant Model for NuScale Power
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