Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage(CCUS): A means to Mitigating Effects of Climate Change
- The seminar has been construed to provide an understanding of carbon capture, utilization and storage as a means to mitigating the effect of climate change.
- The seminar will cover a brief overview of CO2 emission in Nigeria,
- Overview of CCUS (carbon capture, utilization and storage) and CCUS technologies (e.g. absorption, adsorption technologies for CCS).
- Novel materials (e.g. absorbent, adsorbent, membrane etc), and other novel/hybrid technologies (e.g. chemical looping, carbonate looping) for CCS.
- CO2 utilization to valuable products and the status of CCUS in Nigeria.
- Problems associated with CO2 capture.
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND?DATE AND DURATIONLECTURE SCHEDULE & LOCATIONCOURSE FEEAPPLY NOWINSTRUCTORSTECHNICAL ENQUIRIESACCOMODATION
Federal and State Ministries of Environment ofﬁcials
Federal and State Ministries of Industry
Environmental Protection agencies
Power industry engineers or scientists
Industrial users of fossil fuels
Environmentalists and climate change personnel
Financial funding agencies
Government and company policy planners
Researchers and lecturers in academia.
Oil and gas processing engineers
Wednesday 6 July – Friday 8 July 2016
African Leadership Development Centre (ALDC)
Sixty Thousand Naira Only (₦60, 000) for Corporate/Industry Participants.
Twenty Thousand Naira Only (₦20,000) for Individual
This covers seminar materials, certiﬁcate of attendance, tea and lunch
Payment Should be made into: A/C No: 1010714035; A/C Name: Covenant
University; Bank: Zenith Bank
Interested applicants can apply by clicking on this link: APPLY NOW
Dr. Michael Daramola:
(B.Sc(Hons), MSc (Chem. Eng.), MSc (Biotech.), PhD (Chem. Eng.), R.Eng.,MNSE, C.Eng., MIChemE, MIAENG)
He is a Senior Lecturer, School of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. An astute researcher who has made invaluable contributions to teaching and research that have won him several awards such as NUFFIC Scholarship, Claude Leon Postdoctoral award, Nature Publishing Group travel award (to present a paper at the prestigious Gordon Research Conference, USA), and the Best oral presentation award at CEMEPE/SECOTOX Conference in Greece. He is a Chartered Chemical Engineer (CEng), a member of the Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) UK and a COREN registered Chemical Engineer. He has more than fifty (50) publications.
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