Pre- Forum workshop (Brand New)
March 28th, 2012 | Beijing, China
Xinjiang – China’s Energy Gateway”
  • Gaining insights into the Red-hot Future for Xinjiang’s Coal Chemical Development
  • Put decision makers face to face with your brand and services
  • Seeking for cooperation, seizing the unique opportunity
  • Be seen as playing an active part in Xinjiang

    CCF 2012: The Vital Statistics:

  • The Attendees:
    370 + senior decision makers from 50 + project owner & over 27 countries worldwide.
  • The Speaker Faculty:
    30 + global powerful speakers in coal industry
  • The Networking Opportunities:
    10 + hours of networking time including cocktail receptions, one-to-one meeting, and open Q&A Session.
  • Event History:
    8th Annual Asia-Pacific’s histrionic flagship even.CCF has built its reputation as the annual central meeting point for the Asian Energy Community.
  • The Conference Session:
    6 expert-hosted sessions offering vital industry insight.

    What You Will Get at CCF 2012:

  • Network With Over 400+Leading Company Attendees
  • One-to-One Prescheduled Meeting!
  • Benefit From the Expertise of 30+ Clean Coal Industry Leaders
  • Limited Speaking Slots
  • Prior Notification of Attendees

Event Structure at A Glance


March 28,2012   Pre-formal Workshop
“Xinjiang-China Energy Gateway”
March 29th, 2012 Session 1:
Policy Update & Market Outlook
Session 2:
Coal Chemical Projects Update & Advanced Technology Focus
Session 3:
Power Generation & IGCC Polygeneration
March 30th, 2012 Session 4:
Coal Combustion & Carbon Capture and Storage
Session 5:
Global Development of Coal Gasification Session 6:
Energy Saving & Emission Reduction


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Eminent Speakers’ Panel of CCF Series:

Steve MILLER, President and CEO, American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity
Guillaume LESAGE, Vice President, Total Petrochemicals China
Michiel MAK, Senior Vice President, Clean Coal, Shell
Milton CATELIN, Chief Executive, World Coal Association
Phil AMICK, Commercialization Director for Gasification, ConocoPhillips
John AMSTRONG, Country President, Sasol
Fredrick D. PALMER, Senior Vice President Government Relations, Peabody Energy
NI Weidou, Professor, Tsinghua University & Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering
XU Shisen, President, China Huaneng Group Clean Energy Technology Research Institute
YUE Guo, Vice President, China Shenhua Coal Liquefaction Co., Ltd
DAI Yande, Deputy Director General, Energy Research Institute, National Development and Reform Commission

    Demonstration Projects in China:

  • 10 Large Coal Chemical Projects Plan to Construct
  • 19 Large Coal Chemical Demonstration Projects Under Construction,  including:
    1. 5 Methanol, Diethyl Ether Projects
    2. 3 Olefin Projects
    3. 4 Coal Liquefaction Projects
    4. 4 Coal to Methane Gas Projects
    5. 1 Coal to Glycol Projects
    6. 2 The Synthetic Application of Coal Chemical Projects
  • 19 IGCC/IGCC Polygeneration Demonstration Projects

    Highlights to be Addressed at CCF 2012:

  • Perspectives from host governments on their present and upcoming coal chemical projects
  • Prospects future scenarios for coal use
  • Examine new technologies for clean coal
  • Appraise regulatory effects and implications
  • Analyze commercial viability of new technologies
  • Evaluate investment opportunities and funding options for new technologies