Due to the escalation and ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19 we have taken the decision to re-schedule the Australian Decarbonisation Conference to the 23-24 September at the Radisson Blu Plaza in Sydney.
All registrations will be transferred to the new date. If you have any queries, please contact our Customer Service team on 02 9080 4307 or email: email@example.com
Australia is a trade-exposed carbon intensive economy that must move towards industrial efficiency and rapid decarbonisation, drastically challenging existing operations and models. Industries and businesses require clarity and confidence to invest in the sustainable technologies, net zero emissions industries of the future, drive innovation and make changes to existing operations and processes.
This will be a landmark event for commercial Australia as industries & businesses are under increasing pressure from customers and investors to develop meaningful responses to the climate crisis and accelerate decarbonisation pathways. The event has been designed as a chance to discuss developments & opportunities to advance decarbonisation and will focus on industries including aluminium, ammonia, building materials, cement, ethylene, manufacturing, mining, oil & gas, steel, shipping & transport operations.
The event has been designed as a chance to discuss developments & opportunities to advance decarbonisation pathways and will focus on industries including aluminium, ammonia, building materials, cement, ethylene, manufacturing, mining, oil & gas, steel, shipping & transport operations.
We will look at government policy, developments, key drivers, case studies, the new technologies and increasing opportunities they provide to reduce Co2 emissions to almost zero using energy-efficiency improvements, increased renewable-energy, electrification of heat, the use of hydrogen and biomass as feedstock or fuel, and carbon capture storage.
Managing Director & CEO, Calix
Dr Graham Sinden
Director, Climate Change and Sustainability, EY
CEO, Global CCS Institute
Steel Analyst, CRU
Head of Environmental, Social & Governance Research, Citi
Chief Executive Officer , C02CRC Limited
Chair, AEA Australia ammoniaenergy.org & Director, Ammonia Safety & Training Institute (ASTI)
Dr Attilio Pigneri
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Pipelines & Gas Association
Associate Director of Research, RepuTex