IEA predict that the amount of electricity generated from coal could increase by around 23% in the US, around 172% in China and around 258% in India between 2006 and 2030. At the same time, there is growing concern for the effects of combustion emissions on the environment and the global climate. In the 21st century, new coal technologies are needed to provide affordable and secure energy supplies while reducing our impact on the environment.
As a dominant energy source in China, coal makes up around 70% of the country’s energy consumption. It is projected that in 2020 coal will still account for half of China’s energy supply. Before 2009 Copenhagen Climate Conference, Chinese government had promised to cut the country’s carbon intensity by 40%~45% by 2020 compared to the 2005 level. If such an ambition is to be materialized, China need to not only develop alternative energy which will cost more, but also invest trillions in RMB in clean coal technology between 2011 and 2020 - the “Clean Coal” market will be vast.
2nd World Clean Coal Series China Focus 2011 featuring the top-level speaker panels and cutting-edge technology showcases is ideally timed to examine the vital questions that will shape global clean coal future. The Series-China Focus 2011 is an event for you to attain deep understandings on China and other countries’ clean coal initiatives, roadmap, regulatory environment, ongoing pilots of pioneer coal owners and utilities, network national and international clean coal industry executives and share insights on the future market developments.
Hear the latest views and forecasts from key industry speakers from along the entire value chain, Speakers under prior consideration:
- Wu Yin, Deputy Administrator, National Energy Administration, China
- Amarkhuu Erdenepurev, Director General, Fuel Policy Department, Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy, Mongolia
- C. Balakrishnan, Secretary, Ministry of Coal India
- Zhang Yousheng, Deputy Director General, Energy Research Institute, National Development and Reform Commission, China
- Lobo Balia, Senior Advisor to Minister, Directorate of Oil and Gas, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resource, Indonesia
- Charles McConnell, COO, Department of Fossil Energy, DOE, USA
- Andrew Minchener, Principal Associate, IEA Clean Coal Center
- Huang Long, Vice President, Huaneng Group
- Wang Yusuo, Chairman, ENN Group
- Zhang Xiaolu, Vice President, China Power Investment Corp.
- Jin Tai. Vice President, Yankuang Group
- Wang Yi, Vice President, Jincheng Anthracite Mining Group
- Zhang Ming, President, Datang Energy Chemical Company
- Fulvio Conti, CEO, Enel
- Peter Freyberg, Chief Executive, Xstrata Coal
- Ernst Oberholster, Managing Director, Sasol Synfuel International
- Fredrick Palmer, Senior Vice President, Peabody Energy
- H.Tumenbayars, Executive Director, Tavan Tolgoi
- N C Jha, Chairman, Coal India
- Masaharu Fujitomi, Executive Director, J Power
Key Highlights in 2nd World Clean Coal Series China Focus 2011
- Clean Coal Gasification Technology Update
- Underground Coal Gasification
- Clean Coal Technology & International Strategy in the Future
- Strategic Perspectives on Global Clean Coal Policies
- Deep Clean Insights from Global Energy Leaders
- Coal Chemical Projects & Policy Updates
- Coal Chemical: CTL, Syngas and Olefins
- Clean Coal Power & Carbon Capture and Storage
On behalf of the organizing committee, we would like to invite you and other senior executives to attend the 2nd World Clean Coal Series China Focus Conference. With your attendance in WCCS China Focus we believe it will bring up the profile of your firm in the clean coal industry and probably bring more potential business to your company.
Time: Dec. 6th- 9th
Location: Beijing, China
Event Website: http://www.szwgroup.com/cleancoal/2011/
Tel: +86 21 5830 0710
Fax: +86 21 5831 1668