Premiere of the DBI Expert Forum CO2 with a tour of the pilot plant for CO2 separation

Up-to-date, practical and present: For the first time, the DBI Expert Forum CO2 will take place in Geseke from 06-07.03.2024. Presentations will discuss the possibilities, potential and applications of CO2 capture, utilization (CCU) and storage (CCS). Representatives from industry, politics and research will present current developments on the topic. A panel discussion regarding the issue “Is CCS and CCU necessary to achieve the GHG targets? Opportunities and limits” will take place.

The excursion to the Portland cement plant Wittekind - Hugo Miebach Söhne KG offers an opportunity to get to know the newly built pilot plant for CO2 separation using membranes and to see how this technology is successfully implemented.



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