Carbon capture market to reach $10bn by 2030

New carbon capture and storage projects set to expand over the next decade.

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New carbon capture and storage projects across the Canada

Detailed analysis of the Canadian projects, Pembina Cardium, Quest CCS, the Zama oilfield, and many more.

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New CO₂ utilization case studies by the industry

Superior carbon-based materials may contribute to the development of a new industry.

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Who should attend

  • Power Generation
  • Oil & Gas Production
  • Chemical Industries
  • Steel Industries
  • Pipeline Industries
  • Industrial Refineries
  • Reservoir Engineering
  • Fertilizer Industries
  • Industrial Manufacturers
  • Production Management
  • Building Construction
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Cement Industries
  • Thermal Power Plants
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Satellite Monitoring
  • Legal and Regulatory Firms
  • Oilfield Strategic Analysis
  • Research and Development
  • Strategy, Projects, & Public Affairs
  • Legal and Compliance Work
  • Purchasing and Sourcing
  • Equipment Certification Services
  • News Reporting and Journalism
  • Exploration Companies
  • Pipeline Industries
  • Tyre Manufacturing
  • Natural Gas Processing
  • Glass Industries
  • Equipment Manufacturers
  • Biogas Companies
  • Microseismic and Geology
  • Field Data Management
  • Transportation and Logistics
  • Energy Companies
  • Plastics and Polymers
  • Fabrication and Manufacturing
  • Coal-Fired Power Generation
  • Fertilizers Industries
  • Cement Industries
  • Carbon Steel Manufacturers
  • Well Power Solutions
  • EPA Representatives
  • Equipment Classification Services
  • Associations and Alliances
  • Environmental Consultants
  • Research and Development
  • Emission Monitoring
  • Legal & Compliance Services
  • Public Consultation Groups
  • Consultants and Advisors
  • Banking & Financial Services
  • Other Professional Services
  • News Reporters & Journalists

Expert Speakers to Date

  • John Gilmartin
  • Fengrong Li
    FTI Consulting
  • Grant McKnight
    Ozinga Bros., Inc.
  • Chris DiFrancesco
  • Chris Bliley
    Growth Energy
  • Jeff Holyoak
    TOMCO Systems
  • Martin Keighley
  • Josh Stanislowski
    Energy & Environmental Research Center
  • Charles Fridge
  • Errol Pinto
    Global CCS Institute

Past Attendees

  • Lhoist
  • Entropy Inc.
  • Avident Advisors
  • Capital Power
  • CarbonCap Holdings
  • Foss & Company
  • Bank of America
  • Heidelberg Materials
  • Anew Climate
  • IDG Energy Investment Ltd.
  • NOV
  • Laboratorios QCET
  • Crescent Midstream
  • Base Carbon
  • CarbonQuest

Why Attend

The Carbon Capture 2024 Exhibition & Conference is the only event to deliver leading market intelligence and presentations on the latest carbon capture, utilization, and storage projects from across the industry.

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The Premier Forum for Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage Technologies

Welcome to the Canadian Carbon Capture Summit 2024, where industry leaders will meet in Calgary to explore next-generation technologies for carbon capture, utilization, storage, and transportation to meet net-zero emissions targets.

Carbon dioxide levels in the Earth’s atmosphere have risen to critical levels, and tackling climate change is one of the biggest global challenges requiring immediate action. Industries and government agencies are now looking at innovative ways to create a circular carbon economy.

Carbon capture, utilization, and storage, or CCUS, is an emerging technology for reducing carbon emissions from energy production, heavy industries, and transportation. The captured CO₂ can be used as a valuable resource or permanently stored deep underground in geological formations, providing the foundation for carbon removal from the atmosphere.

By creating new CCUS-based business models and discovering scalable uses of CO₂, industries can significantly reduce their carbon footprints and address the dual climate-energy challenges of the modern era.

The key focus for this year’s Carbon Capture Summit 2024 will be “Working in collaboration with the industry” by sharing expertise, building capacity, and providing advice and support so CCUS can play an integral role in reducing carbon emissions. Government agencies, global corporations, research bodies, and non-government organizations committed to learning and adopting CCUS technologies will participate in this event.

Key topics on this year’s agenda include:

  • Making an economic assessment for carbon capture, utilization, and storage
  • Reducing carbon emissions by industry sector – Challenges and Opportunities
  • New CCUS technologies and engineering know-how in developing the infrastructure
  • Supporting the industry with upcoming regulations and new environmental policies
  • Building a business model for CCUS with cost-reduction and commercialization
  • Latest projects and transportation networks for CO₂ storage and utilization

This exhibition and conference will provide a forum for all stakeholders, from industrial manufacturers and contractors to carbon capture companies and major heavy industries, to network, build cross-market relationships and discuss the latest developments in CCUS technologies.

Call for Presentation

If you would like to be a speaker at this event, please contact sean.collins@iQ-Hub.com, subject heading “Call for Papers – Carbon Capture Summit 2024”.

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To secure your place at Canadian Carbon Capture Summit 2024, or if you require more information, please contact delegates@iQ-Hub.com.


Key topics for 2024:

  • Making an economic assessment for carbon capture, utilization, and storage
    Understand the economic fundamentals and the key business indicators for carbon capture, utilization, and storage that can be applied across industries.
  • Reducing carbon emissions by industry sector – Challenges and Opportunities
    Scope out new opportunities for industries to develop large-scale carbon capture facilities that will significantly reduce carbon emissions.
  • New CCUS technologies and engineering know-how in developing the infrastructure
    Be the first to hear about innovations in carbon capture and construction know-how in storage facilities and transportation.
  • Supporting the industry with upcoming regulations and new environmental policies
    Understanding the policymakers, following the science and ecological viewpoints concerning regulatory frameworks that apply to various industries and regions.
  • Building a business model for CCUS with cost-reduction and commercialization
    Adopting CCUS technologies in oil and gas, chemical and petrochemical, power generation, fertilizer markets, and other heavy industries.
  • Latest projects and transportation networks for CO₂ storage and utilization
    Gain insights into the growing number of CCUS projects and transportation solutions via shipping or the pipeline industry.


  • Speakers' content and timing were excellent
    John Gilmartin (FLUOR)
  • Insightful updates on carbon capture technology, developments, and ongoing innovations
    Yosmel Sanchez (Fugro)
  • Interesting to hear about the available technologies directly from researchers and companies
    Liz Vitale (Mississippi Lime Company)
  • Informative event with great topics and speakers
    Ed Covington (Pelican Energy Consultants)
  • The Conference offered current, in-depth insights on diverse CCUS topics
    Jim Dupuy (Edgen-Sumitomo)
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IQ Hub is committed to running this event responsibly. We believe in the power of live events and are determined to provide the most content-rich agenda and enhanced networking opportunities for our attendees.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic we have monitored guidance from health officials and governments for best practices. We have consulted with other event industry professionals to enhance the safety of our registration, exhibition, and conference areas.

From check-in to session rooms, exhibit halls, meals and networking, we have taken specific steps to help you feel secure and to ensure your own safety. All new procedures are designed to help prevent transmission and to maintain physical distancing during the event.

  • All attendees will be requested to wear face masks

  • Temperature checks using non-contact thermometers

  • Hand sanitizer stations placed throughout the event area

  • Gloves provided for anyone who would like to wear them

  • Seating plan with fewer attendees per table to ensure distance

  • Tables spaced out further in conference and session rooms

  • Increased cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch areas

  • Floor markings throughout the event to direct traffic

Beyond these measures, there may be additional, venue-specific safety procedures. Please visit each venue’s web site for complete information before you travel to the event as they are subject to change with little notice. If you have any further suggestions, please send them via email to delegates@iQ-Hub.com.

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