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Implementing Commitments in the Era of Sustainable Energy through CCS Solutions: International& Indonesia CCS Forum 2024

Jakarta, Indonesia – With the ongoing growth of the economy and the increasing complexity of modern life, the demand for energy continues to rise. Presently, more than ever before, Indonesia is committed to ensuring the availability of sustainable and environmentally friendly energy resources.

Indonesia, along with neighbouring countries in the Asia Pacific and worldwide, acknowledges the necessity for innovative solutions to address these challenges and embraces new opportunities in the green economy. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) activities stand as one of the strategic methods among the available solutions. The CCS technology not only presents a technical solution but also a strategic step towards a cleaner and more sustainable future for all.

Backed by the full support of the Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment of the Republic of Indonesia, the Indonesia Carbon Capture and Storage Center (ICCSC) announces the execution of the International and Indonesia CCS Forum 2024 (IICCS Forum 2024). This event is scheduled to take place on July 31 - August 1, 2024, at JCC Senayan, Jakarta.

"IICCS Forum 2024 will be a significant event to show that CCS plays an important role in combating climate change globally. Thus, with our several competitive advantages, Indonesia is aiming to be the regional hub and expediting our progress to implement the technology in the near future," as highlighted by Dr. Belladonna Troxylon Maulianda, Ph.D, The Executive Director of The Indonesia CCS Center.

As one of the leading CCS platforms in Asia, the IICCS Forum 2024 is expected to be attended by over 2,000 visitors from around the world. Bringing speakers and moderators from over 10 countries, the event will also involve more than 40 exhibitions from national and international companies.

The IICCS Forum 2024 will be opened with a special session featuring three top-tier speakers, including Jarad Daniels, President of the Global CCS Institute Carbon Capture; Ajay Banga, President of the World Bank; and Nicke Widyawati, President Director and CEO of PT Pertamina (Persero).

Under the theme "Net Zero & Beyond: Unlocking Regional Potential for Absolute Carbon Management with CCS Hub in a Circular Economy," this forum brings together international and local stakeholders to collaborate and share knowledge in determining concrete steps to reduce carbon emissions and achieve sustainable economies.

About ICCSC:

Indonesia Carbon Capture and Storage Center (ICCSC) is a community of experts from various fields, including engineering, science, policy, and business, united by a shared commitment to finding practical solutions to the challenges posed by CO2 emissions. Through research, innovation, and advocacy, we strive to accelerate the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies in Indonesia and establish Indonesia as a Regional CCS Hub.


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