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CCEMC awards $15 million to CO2 Solutions
CO2 Solutions Inc., the leader in the field of enzyme-enabled carbon capture technology, today announced that it has been selected to receive $15 Million in the form of a non-refundable grant from the Alberta-based Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC).
The Cleantech Pitch Session at GLOBE 2016
Supported by Cenovus and Suncor, the Cleantech Pitch Session is an opportunity to present your early-stage cleantech solution and explain how it will transform the oil and gas industries most pressing environmental and economic challenges. The event will take place on Thursday, March 3rd during Globe 2016 in Vancouver, BC. You must submit your pitch by Sunday, February 7.
Carbon Dioxide Use Summit Feb. 24 & 25
This annual conference explores the commercial aspects of carbon dioxide applications in several industries such as fuel, chemical, oil & Gas, power and cultivation. Registrations are still being accepted.
Sustainable Prosperity issues call for proposals
The Economics and Environmental Policy Research Network (EEPRN) is seeking academic research project proposals in the following research areas: Policies for a Low Carbon Economy; Innovation & Competitiveness;
Conservation (including species at risk protection); and Data Set Development & Linkages. The deadline for proposals is Sunday, February 28, 2016.
Apply by Jan. 29 for IEAGHG Summer School
The IEAGHG 2016 Summer School which will be held at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada in July. The Summer School week aims to provide students a thorough overview of the entire CCS chain, covering all technical and non-technical topics of relevance, and enables students to appreciate the importance of and where their studies fit with regard to the development and deployment of the technology. The week will include a visit to Boundary Dam, the world’s first full-scale CCS project on a coal power station.
COSIA AI-EES Water Conference
COSIA) and AI-EES, are proud to host the second Oil Sands Water Conference in Calgary on March 22 and 23. The event is tackling industries’ highest priorities, presented by industry insiders, and researchers on the cutting edge. This year’s conference includes both conference papers and poster sessions, and features speakers from companies and organizations including: ConocoPhillips, Shell, Suncor, Alberta Environment & Parks, University of Alberta and Teck Resources.
January Carbon Talks event to focus on capture and conversion
Richard Adamson, CMC President, and Naoko Ellis, UBC Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, will be guest speakers at the January 27 Carbon Talks event in Vancouver. This free public dialogue will examine the challenges, opportunities and research pathways for carbon capture and conversion. It’s being held at the SFU Harbour Centre from 12:30 to 1:30 pm and will be live webcast.
Job opportunity with ClimateWorks
ClimateWorks Australia seeks to bring the best minds together in world-leading cross-disciplinary research, engagement and action projects to create the decarbonised economies of the future. To assist us in driving Australia towards a zero carbon economy, we are looking for an experienced senior analyst to lead our research program, with strengths in methodology development, quality assurance, scope management and analysis interpretation. NOTE: this is a nine month parental leave position.
Register now for PROPEL Energy Tech Forum
PROPEL Energy Tech Forum will take place in Calgary, Alberta on March 16 & 17, 2016 to bring together the best, boldest, most innovative emerging and established energy technology companies. Calgary has the opportunity to establish itself as the global leader in fostering and commercializing energy technologies. The Alberta oil sands are in the world’s view and Canada has an unprecedented opportunity to demonstrate the critical role of emerging energy technologies in its stewardship of this resource.
CCEMC extends deadline for second round of Grand Challenge
The second round of the CCEMC CAD$35 million Grand Challenge has been extended to February 1, 2016. This round is focused on near deployable ideas that turn carbon waste into a valued resource. Winners will receive up to CAD$3 million in funding to commercialize their technology in Alberta. Apply now by following the steps below.
Final call for abstracts – GHGT-13
The deadline for the submission of abstracts for GHGT-13 is the 10th February 2016. The Technical Programme Committee (TPC) would like to challenge every European CCS project to submit and present their work at the conference. Of course, having thrown down this gauntlet to Europe, it is up to projects in the rest of the world to shout about their activities so that together, we can present the global CCS scene.
Short term intern sought by British Consulate General in Calgary
The British Consulate General in Calgary is looking for a Science and Innovation Network intern to work up to March 31, 2016. Applications are due Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016.
CTCN job vacancy – Technical Assistance Consultant
The Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) is seeking a Technical Assistance Consultant (Mitigation), to be based at the CTCN Secretariat in Copenhagen, Denmark. The consultant will support the coordination of technical assistance to countries in reducing their GHG emissions. The CTCN is the operational arm of the UNFCCC Technology Mechanism and is hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) together with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).
Deadline extended for CCUS call for papers
The deadline for papers for the 2016 Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Conference has been extended to January 22. ExchangeMonitor Publications & Forums is seeking proposals for this highly-anticipated conference that welcomes key decision makers and technical experts from around the globe to share their knowledge and experience to fast-track the commercialization of CCUS/CCS systems.
Call for Papers: Energy in a Carbon Constrained World
The 35th International Geological Congress will be held in South Africa during fall 2016. The main theme of the conference will be alternate and renewable forms of energy (including nuclear and geothermal). This theme presents the opportunity for papers on the development of carbon-alternate energy forms. The call for abstracts is open for either Oral or Poster presentations. The deadline is January 31, 2016.
COSIA / AI-EES water conference registration open
The 2016 COSIA – AI-EES Water Conference and Workshops will take place March 21 to 23, 2016 in Calgary at the BMO Center, Stampede Park in the Palomino Rooms. Registration is now open and space is limited, so register today. Call for Abstracts closes Nov. 6, 2015.
CMC’s board member named one of Calgary’s Top 40 under 40
Dan Zilnik, a board member at CMC Research Institutes, was recently announced as one of Calgary’s Top 40 under 40. Congratulations Dan!
Waste Heat Challenge issued by COSIA/ARCTIC
The Canadian Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) and the Advanced Resource Clean Technology Innovation Centre (ARCTIC) have issued a challenge to identify viable technologies to improve the environmental performance of Canada’s oil sands reservoirs through the capture and transformation of high or low-grade waste heat associated with in situ production of bitumen.
$20 million carbon XPRIZE announced
XPRIZE, NRG, and COSIA are teaming up to find a cost-efficient way to transform CO2 emissions into valuable products. Announcing the $20 Million Carbon XPRIZE.
CCEMC issues call for applications for round 2 Innovative Carbon Uses challenge
The Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) has issued a call for second-round submissions to its $35 million international Innovative Carbon Uses challenge. The emphasis is on projects that can be commercialized in Alberta by 2020 and reduce GHG emissions by at least 1 megatonne annually. Deadline for submissions is Jan. 18, 2016.
Call for Papers: The GHGT-13 Conference
The GHGT-13 conference brings together people in the field of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) to discuss and present ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The papers that are selected to be presented at the conference will be those that focus on results and new developments. At least one author of the paper must attend the conference. The deadline for submissions is February 10, 2016. Further details, including the submission guide and instructions, are available here.