Global Future Cement Conference Pack 2022 The Global Future Cement Conference Pack 2022 includes the video, presentations and proceedings from.. Product #: R071 Regular price: $495.00 $495.00 In Stock

Global Future Cement Conference Pack 2022

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The Global Future Cement Conference Pack 2022 includes the video, presentations and proceedings from the 3rd Global Future Cement Conferences that took place on 16 - 17 November 2022 in Brussels, Belgium.

The Conference Pack contains:

-- Video files for all presentations given at the conference (MP4 format, 720p resolution, see below for missing recordings)

-- Proceedings for the conference, including the full programme, exhibitor information and delegate lists (PDF format)

-- Slides from each presentation (PDF format)

Please note: Slides and proceedings are downloadable immediately after purchase. The video file will be sent to you by file transfer during UK office hours.

The following presentations were given at the conference:

Paper 1: 'Future cement-industry business models,' Robert McCaffrey, Global Cement Magazine

Paper 2: 'FIVES’ CO2 abatement solutions for the cement industry,' Loïc Pottier, Fives Group

Paper 3: 'Çimsa's sustainability approach,' Nesli̇han Ergüven, Çi̇msa Çi̇mento

Paper 4: 'Cost and carbon reduction in cement supply chains,’ Dirk Schlemper, INFORM GmbH

Paper 5: 'Latest developments in the building and material sector in Europe,’ Koen Coppenholle, CEMBUREAU

Paper 6: 'A progress update on Leilac: capturing unavoidable CO2,' Daniel Rennie, Calix

Paper 7: 'Fortera’s low CO2 cement technology,’ Jean-Philippe Vacher, Fortera Europe

Paper 8: 'FUTURECEM®: leading limestone calcined clay cement to a market practice,’ Stefano Zampaletta, Cementir Holding

Paper 9: ‘Silicomanganese slag – SiGS – as a pozzolanic additive in cement, or as a cement substitute in concrete,’ Leif Hunsbedt, Eramet Norway

Paper 10: 'CCU and the regulatory challenges in EU,’ Yosra Briki, Ciment Vicat

Paper 11: 'Carbon capture and storage – an interrelated chain of activities: Key elements and key considerations,’ Martin Rödén, Captimise

Paper 12: 'Fit for the future: Upcycle your waste heat and save money with modular ORC systems starting today,’ Markus Lintl, Orcan Energy

Paper 13: 'Technical and financial solution of waste heat recovery for CO2 reduction,’ Siavash Barkhordar, enertime

Paper 14: 'Most efficient kiln cooling? The answer is water,' Dirk Schmidt, Kima-Process Control

Extra paper: 'CCU and CCS in the EU,' Aravind Dhakshinamoorthy, Bellona