Annual conference

13-14th October 2022

in Kaunas, Lithuania

BALTIC CARBON FORUM

The aim of the BCF-2022 project is to prepare, arrange and report the BASRECCS regional conference “BCF Baltic Carbon Forum 2022” which will be held in October. The BCF is part of BASRECCS’ long-term strategy to foster full-scale development of the climate change mitigation technologies carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in the Baltic Sea Region. The aim is to enable interested and engaged stakeholders to meet, discuss, share knowledge and experiences, and develop projects.The BCF will invite network members and other relevent experts, stakeholders and intrested persons to be a speakers of BCF 2022.

Conference Chair: Mayur Pal

Conference Co-Chair : Bruno Gerrits

Secretary: Karaliūtė Viltė, (Student at KTU)

Advisory Committee: BASRECCS Board

Baltic Carbon Forum 2022 (BCF 2022) is an annual conference, which will be held this year on 13th -14th Oct in Kaunas, Lithuania. The aim of the BCF 2022 is to enable interested and engaged stakeholders to meet, discuss, share knowledge and experiences, and develop projects. Increase awareness about Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) among younger generations with aim of securing a sustainable future for all.

The BCF2022 will therefore invite relevant experts from the BSR and neighboring countries, including policymakers, financial institutes, industry representatives and academics for sharing experiences, discussion and brainstorming to identify gaps for expediting the deployment of a large-scale CC(U)S project in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR).

 The speakers will be invited to :

a) Inform about the current situation regarding the development of CC(U)S and related technologies in the BSR;

b) Present and discuss the regionalization of ongoing and finalized projects;

c) Present the ongoing and potential future cooperation and networking on CC(U)S and related technologies.

Baltic Carbon Forum is part oof BASERCCS’s long-term strategy to foster large-scale development of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) in the Baltic Sea Region, as a critical carbon dioxide reduction technology for climate change mitigation.