From: U.S. Energy Association
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: INVITATION: CCS AND CCUS IN CHINA: TECHNOLOGY AND POLICY DEVELOPMENTS
Date: Thu Jun 12 15:00:48 MDT 2014
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PRESENTING

"CCS AND CCUS IN CHINA:
TECHNOLOGY & POLICY DEVELOPMENTS"


FEATURED GUESTS
SARAH FORBES 
SENIOR ASSOCIATE
WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE 

&
JIM WOOD  
DIRECTOR
US-CHINA CLEAN ENERGY
RESEARCH CENTER FOR COAL 
Everyone likes to cite the statistics for the number of coal plants being built each week/month/year in China. Yet, this is only one part of the story. For example, in January 2013, China‚Äôs State council approved a national energy consumption control target (4 billion tonnes of coal equivalent by 2015) which caps total energy growth just above 3 percent per year through 2015. And with respect to coal specifically, the 12th Five Year Plan for Energy Development sets an expected target for coal to account for 65 percent of total energy consumption.  This presentation will review some of the most recent CCS Developments in China, including an overview of the ongoing research, demonstration and deployment as well as an overview of recent policy actions taken.
 

THURSDAY, JULY 24
10:00-AM 12:00 PM

USEA Executive Conference Room

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