Conference on Negative CO2 Emissions
juni 14 - juni 17
The 2nd International Conference on Negative CO2 Emissions will be held at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, June 14-17, 2022.
The purpose of this conference series is to bring together a wide range of scientists, experts and stakeholders, in order to engage in various aspects of research relating to negative CO2 emissions.
This will include various negative emission technologies, climate modeling, climate policies and incentives. The main topics of the conference, around which the sessions will be built, include:
BECCS / Biospheric storage / Cross-cutting sessions / Direct air capture / Enhanced weathering / Modeling / Ocean alkalization
Special session by Klimpo on June 15: ”Nordic Session – Industry meets research”
On June 15, Klimpo is organising a special session, ”Nordic Session – Industry meets research”, with a mix of industry representatives and researchers. We will hear about existing projects and CCS plans in Norway and Sweden.
11.00 Bio-CCS potential in Sweden, Karolina Unger, CEO, Klimpo, Klimatpositivt & Kolsänkor AB
11.10 The Industrial Leap, Isabella Gustafsson Ismodes, Research Programme Manager, Swedish Energy Agency
11.20 Chemical-Looping Combustion – Avoiding the Large Energy and Cost Penalty of BECCS, Anders Lyngfelt, Professor, Chalmers University of Technology
11.40 Bio-CCS inland in Sweden, Erik Tellgren, CEO, Växjö Energi
12.00 Methods for characterization of solvent strength and CO2 loading of potassium carbonate absorption solvents, Nima Mirzaei, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
12.20 BECCS in Stockholm 2026, Erik Rylander, Head of Carbon Dioxide Removal, Stockholm Exergi
14.00 Comparative life cycle assessment of bioenergy systems with and without carbon dioxide removal, Lisa Zakrisson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)
14.20 Bio-CCS plans at Stora Enso, Conny Johansson Head of Energy, Stora Enso
14.40 Energy efficient CO2 capture to achieve negative emissions from pulp and paper industry,
Matilda Palmér, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
15.00 The first commercial Bio-CCS plant is in Rakkestad, Fredrik Häger, CEO, Carbon Centric
15.50 BECCS with combined heat and power: assessing the energy penalty, Kåre Gustafsson, KTH – Royal Institute of Technology
16.10 Intermediate CO2 storage – A shared Infrastructure in the Port of Gothenburg, Alexandra Angelbratt, Project Manager, Cinfracap / Göteborg Energi
16.30 Panel discussion: How can the Nordic countries best contribute to Negative Emissions?
- Introduction: Swedish Energy Agency
- Moderators: Karolina Unger and Anders Lyngfelt
- Panel: Isabella Gustafsson Ismodes, Erik Tellgren, Erik Rylander, Conny Johansson, Kenneth Juul and Alexandra Angelbratt
16.50 Conclusions, Karolina Unger and Anders Lyngfelt
17.10 End of session
18.00 Dinner at Lisebergs Värdshus (By invitation only)
Contact Klimpo, email@example.com for more information about this session.