Leading venture-backed and emerging businesses with low carbon solutions give short presentations before taking questions from conference delegates.
Matt Stevenson, CFO, Inventys
Trevor Best, CEO, Syzygy Plasmonics
Tim Latimer, CEO, Fervo Energy
Claude Letourneau, president and CEO at Svante, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss his company’s technology and how it works.
Svante Celebrates 15 Years Pioneering Carbon Capture & Removal Solutions. Since its founding in a garage in 2007, Svante has grown to employ nearly 200 professionals. The company has attracted customers and partners from leading organizations around the world
L’une des plus anciennes usines de captage de dioxyde de carbone dans le monde se trouve à Estevan, dans le sud-est de la Saskatchewan. Ceci rend la province à l’avant- garde dans le captage de CO2 à l’échelle commerciale selon le président-directeur général de Svante, Claude Letourneau.
The following is an official statement about the US’s enactment of the Inflation Reduction Act, made by Claude Letourneau, President and CEO of leading Canadian carbon capture and removal solutions provider, Svante.
Co-Founder and Vice President Strategic Accounts & Government Affairs
Brett Henkel’s unabashed optimism tempered by his mechanical engineering background and gas separation experience combine to bring a rare perspective to his position on Svante’s executive team.
Transferring the company’s breakthrough CO2 capture technology to customers’ sites will rely heavily on Brett’s strengths for identifying and understanding the technical and business details and relating those details to partners’ teams, approving agencies, and stakeholders.
As co-founder, he was instrumental in creating the process and the hardware used to prove the technology’s effectiveness as well as mobilizing external support throughout the path to becoming a successful innovation. These experiences strengthened his knowledge of business development and program management priorities.
Prior to launching Svante, Mr. Henkel was the program manager for QuestAir Technologies’ compact hydrogen production system with its partner, ExxonMobil. He is credited with designing the world’s first solenoid-driven rapid pressure swing adsorption test station.
Brett received his Bachelor of Science in Physics, with distinction, and a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Victoria.
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