The Pollutec exhibition and conference sessions explore innovation and market trends in the environmental sector.
This year, Isabelle Czernichowski and Christophe Kervevan of BRGM will take part in the session Capture, store or use CO2 to reduce emissions from industrial facilities and territories on Tues 12 Oct, 16:50-17:35
Carbon capture and storage consists of putting carbon back into the subsurface from which it was extracted in order to reduce CO2 emissions. Complementary to terrestrial (soil and forest) and oceanic carbon sinks, CO2 capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) can play a key role in achieving carbon neutrality. Some twenty CCUS projects are already in operation around the world. The STRATEGY CCUS project is studying possible deployment scenarios in eight regions in Southern and Eastern Europe, including the Rhône Valley and the Paris Basin in France.
Entrance to the event is free for visitors who register online.