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Event features an inward delegation from COFTEC (Chongqing) and a keynote address by a senior UK Government Cabinet spokesperson.

Preceded and followed by visits to key projects and industries on 27 and 29 October and a reception on evening of 28 October 2009.

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A one day conference hosted by The Rt Hon John Prescott MP to   discuss the social, economic and regeneration opportunities and the climate change implications for the UK coal industry. Discussion will include increasing co-operation and investment opportunities between the North of England and industrial areas of China, the positive contribution of coal, latest & future techniques and knowledge exchange in the mining and burning of coal, government policy for the coal industry and coal communities, climate change issues, social issues and regeneration implications and considerations.

To book online click here                          
To download event flyer click here
Agenda

9:00am: Opening remarks by Prof Mike Hounslow,PVC for faculty of Engineering,Sheffield University

Introduction by Ken Greenfield, Vice Chairman, The Coalfield Regeneration Trust Welcome by The Rt Hon Ed Miliband MP, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Address by The Rt Hon John Prescott MP, Coal and the Global Economy Response by Mr Xaing Tao, Party Secretary, Wangsheng District, Chongqing

Exchange of gifts with Chinese VIPs

 

Session 1: Carbon Capture & Sequestration and Clean Coal and Coal Technologies

                 Speakers:  Dr Stephen Brown, Programme Director, CO2Sense Yorkshire

                                  Mr Grant Budge, Powerfuel plc, the 900MW IGCC (Integrated                                               Gasification Combined Cycle) plant at Hatfield

                               

Coffee Break

 

11.00am Session 2: Commercial Coal Opportunities and the Existing and Future Coal Related Trade Opportunities for the Yorkshire and UK Plc

                 Speakers: Mr Giles Blackburne, CBBC / UKTI

                                 Dr David Calvert, Hull University

                                 Mrs He Jiangyu, COFTEC, Chongqing

                                 Mr Xaing Tao, Party Secretary, Wangsheng District, Chongqing

 

Lunch

 

14.00pm Session 3: Education, Training, Supply Chain and Knowledge                              Dissemination

                 Speakers: John Taylor, Doncaster College, Mining Safety and Training     

                                 Professor Lenny Koh, Sheffield University

 

Coffee Break                                 

 

15.15pm Session 4: Environment, Regional and Commercial Community Development

                 Speakers: Professor Steve Fothergill, Director of the Industrial

                                 Communities Alliance

                                 Sir Bob Kerslake, Chief Exec, Homes and Communities Agency

                                 Teresa Hitchcock, Partner, DLA Piper UK LLP

                        

16.45pm Q&A and closing remarks, future co-operation and enhancing relationships between the North of England and industrial areas of China, the "Northern Way" plan.

 

18.00pm to 20.00pm reception at The Master Cutler's Hall (for conference delegates and invited guests only). Dress code: lounge suits. Directions to Cutler's Hall click here

A visit to an industrialised housing scheme on a regenerated coalfield site, a Coalfield Regeneration Trust respite facility and a visit to the internationally acclaimed University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), a world-class facility is dedicated to developing the new, technology-driven solutions that help ensure UK manufacturing remains competitive in the world (see www.amrc.co.uk for more info) and other leading industries / facilities will take place on Oct 27 and Oct 29. To register your interest and for more information click here

 

Directions to the conference venue "The Edge" click here

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Sponsored by:

Coldfield UKCOAL  
Powerfuel Drax

Supported by:

UKTRADE ITF March CF 48
 



 
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