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Carbon Conversion Form & Site Visits
10 - 12 June 2014

Hilton Beijing Wangfujing

& Jining, Shandong Province


China Energy Industry & Policy Perspectives

Syngas Conversion | Hybrid Gasification

Coal Chemical Conversion

MTP | World-Scale SNG | CleanTech

Natural Gas Monetization


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Carbon Conversion Forum & Site Visits

10 - 12 June 2014

Hilton Beijing Wangfujing
& Jining, Shandong Province


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China is increasingly the host and first adopter for pilot, demonstration, and commercial-scale developments related to important new energy technologies, and EFI returns to China this June for a much anticipated meeting where a number of these areas will be explored, along with site visits to some facilities at the forefront of these developments.  The meeting, supported by the prestigious Beijing Energy Club, includes presentations from EFI member companies and special invited guests including :


China Energy Industry Perspectives | A keynote address on China's changing energy priorities by Beijing Energy Club president Xavier Chen


Shenhua R&D:  A keynote talk on the latest CTL related R&D by Shenhua Research Vice President Ke Liu, formerly the Vice President R&D and Chief Technology Officer of the National Institute of Clean and Low-Carbon Energy (NICE)


China Refinery Landscape | A talk on China's refining landscape by Xihong Li, President of Sinopec's Economics and Technology Research Institute


Coal Chemical Industry | A briefing on developments in the coal chemical industry by executives from one of China's largest state-owned enterprises - among the largest coal producers in the world - as introduction to a visit to the company's coal to chemicals and fuels industrial base in Shandong Province that week


Hybrid Gasification Technology:  A briefing on developments connected with the Wison-Shell Hybrid Gasification demonstration plan that began operation in Nanjing late last year


F-T and VCC Technology Applications | A presentation outlining technology applications in CTL, and the commercialization of technologies connected with syngas conversion via both methanol and traditional FT routes by the Chinese Academy of Sciences & BP joint venture


World-Scale SNG | A briefing by Haldor Topsøe on technology involved at the world's largest plants for the production of SNG / LNG from COG


Unconventional Gas | An exploration of current developments and trends connected with shale gas in China, and potential impacts on technology, markets, and policy.


Navigating the Market | A talk from a leading advisor to project developers in the energy technology and cleantech space in China.


Site Visit - Coal Chemical Base | A guided tour of the coal to chemicals and fuels industrial base and engineering units of one of China's largest coal producers. The Yankuang Group and its subsidiaries are involved in a wide variety of coal based chemical and synthetic fuel projects and technologies, including coal-to-liquids, methanol-to-olefins, coal gasification, coal-to-higher-alcohols, carbon capture, and power generation.


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Power Forum

17 - 19 March 2014

Windsor Court Hotel

New Orleans, Louisiana


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Carbon Conversion Forum & Site Visits

10 - 12 June 2014

Hilton Beijing Wangfujing &

 Jining, Shandong Province



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21 - 23 October 2014

Omni William Penn Hotel

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


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