7.8 SEMINARS

7.8 SEMINARS

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SEMINARS



2013
BCIA Seminar Series


BCIA is a private, not-for-profit company with a mandate to co-invest with stakeholders in brown coal innovation and emissions reduction technologies, with the aim of securing a sustainable future for Australia's world-class brown coal resource.

As part of this activity, BCIA runs seminars on areas of interest to our membership and the broader community in regard to brown coal technologies and developments.

Following on from the success of BCIA’s Coal Drying and Handling Expo, held in July, BCIA is planning three more seminars this year.


8 August, 2013
BCIA Community Forum, Century Inn, Traralgon

– Update on progress of R&D and skills activities

8 October, 2013 (TBC)
Carbon Capture and Storage Seminar, Melbourne

“Reducing Emissions from Brown Coal Use – What’s Possible and What’s Coming”

5 - 6 December, 2013 (TBC)
Gasification Course & Seminar, Melbourne

“Value-Added Products from Brown Coal – Gasification, Pyrolysis and Beyond” followed by a one-day course on gasification technologies

BCIA’s Community forum will provide an update on BCIA’s activities and programs. It will provide an opportunity for the community to see what may be possible for brown coal use in the future, and to highlight issues and opportunities that they see. Speakers will be BCIA Chair, Gerry Morvell and Chief Executive Officer, Dr Phil Gurney.



BCIA’s aim in running the remaining two seminars is to both educate and inspire a range of brown-coal stakeholders in what is possible today, and what the future may hold with regard to low-emissions coal developments.

It is hoped that these seminars can be a focal point to bring together the right people to envision the next generation of low-emission brown coal developments. The seminars will include a broad mix of industry speakers and researchers, and will explore what could be deployed today, what is coming, and what the future will hold for utilisation of Australia’s brown coal.


We will keep you updated on these events as information becomes available.




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