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Cleaner Electricity Production Workshop and Stakeholder Meeting 20 October 2014

Cleaner Electricity Production Workshop and Stakeholder Meeting 20 October 2014

20 October 2014
Salle VIII, Palais des Nations Geneva Switzerland

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Documents and Timetable

Document Title & Symbol ENG FRE RUS
DETAILED TIMELINE PDF    
Logistical Information PDF    
Workshop Programme PDF    
Workshop Concept Paper: "How to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel-fired electricity production?" PDF    
UNECE Recommendations to UNFCC on how Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and CCS for Enhanced Oil Recovery should be treated in a Post-Kyoto Protocol Agreement
DRAFT
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UNECE Recommendations to UNFCC on how Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and CCS for Enhanced Oil Recovery should be treated in a Post-Kyoto Protocol Agreement
Executive Summary
DRAFT
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Room Document: Baseline Efficiency Analysis of Fossil Fuel Power Plants
DRAFT
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Presentations

Presentation Title & Author ENG FRE RUS
Session 1: CO2 emissions and beyond - assessing emissions and efficiencies of power plants      
Presentation by the Task Force Chair
Vladimir BUDINSKY, Vice Chair, Group of Experts
Graeme Sweeney, Executive Chairman at Chop-Cloc Limited
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Presentation by Task Force member: Efficiency of Coal Power Plants and Prospects for Coal Power in Kazakhstan
Bakhytzhan JAXALIEV, Vice Minister of Energy, Kazakhstan
     
Presentation by Task Force member: Positive Impacts of Achieving Coal Power Efficiency Gains
Andrew MINCHENER, General Manager, IEA Clean Coal Centre
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Presentation by Task Force member: Energy Policy of Poland until 2030:  Energy Efficiency Improvement Programme
Leon KURCZABINSKI, Vice Chair of Energy Committee (CEEP), Coal Holding Katowice ISC (KPP), Poland
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UNECE Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution and Fossil Fuel-fired Power Plants      
Presentation by UNECE: Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution
Alisher MAMADZHANOV, UNECE Environment Division
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Session 2: The role of CCS and CCS through enhanced oil recovery in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from power plants      
An update on progress made by the informal Task Force working on this topic
Barry WORTHINGTON, Chairman
     
Global Staus of CCS
Silvia VAGHI, Principal Manager Policy Regulatory, Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute
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CCS for Clean Energy
Bjørn-Erik Haugan, Special Advisor, Gassnova
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China’s CCUS development and demonstration actions: a key part of the global initiative to lower carbon emissions
Andrew MINCHENER, General Manager, IEA Clean Coal Centre
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The Role of CCS and EOR-CCS in reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Power Plants
Jonas HELSETH, Director, Bellona Europa
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Progressing CCS
Jonathan GIBBINS, Director, UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre
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What Do We Need for Cost-effective CCS
Kunlei LIU and Rodney ANDREWS, Director of Center for Applied Energy Research, University of Kentucky
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RWE Power’s Coal Innovation Centreat Niederaussem, Germany
Peter MoserEmission Reduction Technologies, RWE Power AG

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CCS and Electricity Market – Additional calculations of value of CCS in reducing emmisions of CO2 in Europe
Graeme SWEENEY, Executive Chairman at Chop-Cloc Limited, London, UK
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