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August 2015

15 August 2015
Organised by 
Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS)

This 2.5 kilometre coastal walk will take you on a journey through the geological history of the Goldeneye reservoir, which lies 2.5 kilometres below the North Sea seabed. Learn about the rocks that overlay this vast field – where CO₂ from Peterhead Power Station will be stored as part of the Carbon Capture and Storage project. Open to all ages, the walk begins with a fun introduction to the journey and ends with a theatrical finale at Boddam Hall.

28 August 2015 to 29 August 2015
Organised by 
Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS)

The cement industry is responsible for about 5% of carbon dioxide emissions produced by human activities. Half of these emissions are the direct result of clinker production, the rest comes from fuel combustion and about 10% are associated with power and transport use.

This Industrial CCS workshop will explore the constraints and specificities of the cement industry, discussing techno-economic aspects of industrial CCS and examining engineering options.