Accelerating industrial decarbonisation amid an energy crisis and economic uncertainty
21-23 February 2023 | London, UK
Panel discussions | Private roundtables | Site visits | 2 Day conference
Hard-to-abate industrials, policy makers, tech companies, energy and other solutions providers will meet in London in February for the Decarb Catalyst conference.
Over two days of in-person panel discussions and private discussion roundtables, participants will explore the status of delivering on decarbonisation pathways to 2025 in an energy critical climate including these key questions:
2022 has seen a major shift in landscape with heavy emitters, already used to operating in tight margins, in many cases having to increase energy spend threefold or more. This has the potential to change everything in terms of short term decarbonisation goals.
The Decarb Catalyst conference will explore the changed landscape for industrial decarbonisation initiatives and in what ways energy prices are catalysing or remodelling pathways to 2025 to 2030.
Key questions driving the discussion:
Whether you are an industrial emitter actively pursuing a decarbonisation pathway, or part of the support network, Decarb Catalyst is the only place to meet the decision-makers and influencers of all the key stakeholders.
Our discussion-orientated programme avoids powerpoint presentations and is largely panel discussions or private discussion roundtables.
CEO, Cemex Ventures
Group Technology Director & Head Of Investor Relations, Ineos
VP Sustainability, OCI NV
Executive Director of Refining and Chemicals, Repsol
Head of Risk & Sustainability, GFG Alliance
VP Technology Solutions, H2 Green Steel
City Energy Transformation Lead, E.ON UK
Head of Industrial Carbon Capture Supply Chains, Hydrogen and Industrial Carbon Capture Directorate, BEIS
Managing Partner, Systemiq Capital
CEO and co-founder, Synhelion
Decarb Catalyst is designed to offer continuous opportunities for networking and information sharing over three days. Before the conference starts on Tuesday 21st February you have the option of joining a series of site visits to the RICE Initiative in Wales or the C-Capture Labs and Pilot Plant in North Yorkshire.
On Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd February you have the option of proactively participating in the surrounding discussions throughout as little or as much as feels comfortable. Panel discussions with Q&A on stage are interspersed with a choice of private discussion roundtables which follow the Chatham House Rule to enable truly open and authentic dialogue.
With attendees from industry (including members of the Decarbonisation Leaders Network), financiers, technology collaborators and policymakers this is an audience that is entirely focused on decarbonising the heaviest emitting sectors.
Industrial emitters: those who are serious about a 2030 target and are actively focused on decarbonising now
Energy companies: from traditional sources to renewable energy and alternative fuels suppliers
Technology providers: particularly TRL4 and above looking to start or scale up pilots with industrial partners
Policy makers & advisors: decision-makers actively adapting policy frameworks to facilitate decarbonisation of industry
Investors and financiers: looking for investable projects and future co-investors
Project developers and EPCs: looking to share project intel and meet future customers, investors and project partners
Advisors and transaction supporters: seeking to support complex, ambitious projects through key deal stages
Getting up close to active decarbonisation tech and projects is your opportunity to get answers you need and to gain inspiration for the journey head. Join us on February 21st for a choice of site tours during the day.
The Decarb Catalyst team have confirmed site tours to the RICE Initiative (option 1) and C-Capture Lab and Pilot Plant (option 2). There are 20 places on each site tour, so early booking is essential. The site tours are limited to paid attendees only – Purchase your site visit ticket here >>
Site Tour 1 – RICE Initiative, Wales
This site visit will take place at Vale’s nickel refinery hydrogen and algae demonstration units in Clydach, Swansea valley. The RICE (Reducing Industrial Carbon Emissions) biorefinery demonstrates CO2 utilisation through algae to carbohydrates, proteins and lipids, as well as speciality chemicals such as phycoerythrin and phycocyanin pigments (up to £72,000 per kg).
Site Tour 2 – C-Capture, North Yorkshire
This site visit will take place at C-Capture’s Labs and Pilot Plant at the Drax site in North Yorkshire. Participants will be able to explore the CCS technology.
At Decarb Connect, we offer a plethora of opportunities across our global platform to meet your objectives, whether you want to find new leads, evaluate new partnership opportunities, amplify your leadership position or enhance your brand positioning, our packages are completely bespoke to meet your objectives.
Click here to take a look at our partnership prospectus to see how you could get involved.