Accelerating industrial decarbonisation amid energy crisis and economic uncertainty
21-23 February 2023 | London, UK
Panel discussions | Private roundtables | Site visits | 2 Day conference
Kiewit is one of North America’s largest and most respected construction and engineering organizations. With its roots dating back to 1884, the employee-owned organization operates through a network of subsidiaries in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Kiewit offers construction and engineering services in various markets, including oil, gas and chemical; power; transportation; industrial; water/wastewater; building; and mining. Kiewit had 2021 revenues of $12.1 billion and employs 28,800 staff and craft employees.
For information about Kiewit: www.kiewit.com
Johnson Matthey’s vision is for a world that is cleaner and healthier, today and for future generations. With a 200-year track record of solving complex problems with world-class chemistry, we use our core scientific capabilities to tackle global challenges. The window to mitigate the worst effects of climate change is rapidly closing and the world’s largest industries are challenged to decarbonise quickly. Our Low Carbon Solutions business provides innovative solutions to decarbonise existing processes and plants across the chemical and refining industry. For existing hydrogen and methanol plants, CLEANPACE enhanced carbon capture solutions can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 97% today.
For information about Johnson Matthey: www.matthey.com
Drax is a renewable energy company and believes in creating climate, nature, and people positive outcomes using sustainable biomass to generate renewable baseload power and Carbon Dioxide Removals (CDRs). It has a proven track record in decarbonization, transforming Western Europe’s largest coal-fired power station to use sustainable biomass and reducing its own emissions by more than 90% since 2012. It has a multi-site, multi-technology portfolio of flexible, low-carbon and renewable power assets, is a world leader of sustainable biomass production, and aims to capture 12 million tons of carbon removals every year by 2030 using bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) technology. It recently announced the world’s biggest carbon removals agreement.
For information about Drax: www.drax.com
In a growing world faced with complex energy challenges, innovative solutions are required to deliver a lower carbon future. At Chevron New Energies, we understand the importance of addressing climate change. Our goal is to help our customers meet their lower carbon ambitions and help reduce the carbon intensity of our operations. By leveraging our extensive capabilities and partnerships, Chevron New Energies will help deliver scalable solutions with measurable impact – particularly in industrial sectors that are harder to abate. With a $10 billion capital allocation through 2028, we remain committed to investing in a lower carbon future and look forward to collaborating in new ways to accelerate progress.
For information about Chevron New Energies: www.chevron.com
Over its more than two-decade history, Marathon Capital has emerged as the world’s largest independent advisory bank serving the global sustainable energy, technology and infrastructure markets. Marathon Capital is known as a key thought leader in global energy transition and is consistently viewed as the most innovative bank across clean energy. Marathon Capital is a leading Clean Energy advisor as ranked by Bloomberg LP in its annual New Energy Finance League Tables from 2019 – 2021 and has been a multi-year winner of M&A Advisor of the Year by Power, Finance & Risk Magazine. Since inception, Marathon Capital has been engaged by its clients and institutional counterparties across all clean energy sectors. The Company has strong, established relationships with both strategic and financial institutional investors located throughout the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, Middle East, Asia, and Australia. Marathon Capital operates from its global headquarters in Chicago, IL, and offices in New York, Houston, San Francisco, London, as well as representative offices in Canada and Brazil.
For information about Marathon Capital: www.marathoncapital.com
Carbon Re is an artificial intelligence and climate tech company developing the world’s first AI-powered platform for decarbonizing energy-intensive industries, such as cement and steel.
Carbon Re’s cloud-based platform, Delta Zero utilises powerful AI tools that enable process efficiencies that can achieve immediate reductions in energy consumption, cost and carbon emissions. Delta Zero can save a single cement plant US$2.3–5.9 million per annum and a 20% cut in CO₂ emissions from fuel.
Carbon Re combines world-class deep reinforcement learning and industrial sustainability expertise from UCL and the University of Cambridge.
For information about Carbon Re: www.carbonre.tech
ClearBlue Markets (“ClearBlue”) is an award-winning carbon market company whose team has pioneered the carbon markets since 2000. The ClearBlue team has unmatched practical experience in all aspects of global carbon markets, including market analysis, regulatory analysis, strategy development, carbon allowance trading, offset sales, structured deals, reporting and compliance management.
For information about ClearBlue Markets: www.clearbluemarkets.com
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