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Past events

24 September 2015

Global CCS Institute Members and other interested parties are invited to join senior government, industry, environmental, economic and academic leaders to discuss the role of CCS within current global action on climate change. The Forum has been established to encourage live knowledge sharing and networking opportunities with leading experts in CCS from Europe and beyond.

16 September 2015

The Global CCS Institute has recently published a feasibility study report on applying carbon capture and storage (CCS) to a steel plant in China. Toshiba was commissioned to conduct the study in collaboration with Chinese corporations.

15 September 2015 to 16 September 2015

SCCS invites you to the London launch of our CO₂MultiStore Joint Industry Project report. Project partners from industry and academia will present a range of findings from their research, which sought to increase understanding and confidence in the operation of two or more CO₂ injection sites within a single geological storage formation.

Using a North Sea case study, the Captain Sandstone, generic learning from the project is relevant to the characterisation of other extensive storage formations, as well as the management and monitoring of CO₂ injection operations at two or more sites within any storage formation. This event will focus on UK storage potential and generic learning from the project.

10 September 2015

SCCS invites you to the launch of our CO₂MultiStore Joint Industry Project report. Project partners from industry and academia will present a range of findings from their research, which sought to increase understanding and confidence in the operation of two or more CO₂ injection sites within a single geological storage formation.

Using a North Sea case study, the Captain Sandstone, generic learning from the project is relevant to the characterisation of other extensive storage formations, as well as the management and monitoring of CO₂ injection operations at two or more sites within any storage formation. This event will have a technical focus.

07 September 2015 to 10 September 2015

The Faraday Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry have been organising high impact Faraday Discussions in rapidly developing areas of physical chemistry and its interfaces with other scientific disciplines for over 100 years.

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.

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.

07 July 2015 to 11 July 2015

A scientific conference 'Our common future under climate change' will be held in Paris, 7-10 July 2015, upstream of the 21st UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP21) to be hosted by France in December 2015 (“Paris Climat 2015”). CO2GeoNet is co-convenor of a parallel session and co-organiser of 3 side events.

01 July 2015

This event, which will be co-hosted by CO2GeoNet-BGS and UKCCSRC, will be a focused networking workshop. The proposed UK demonstration projects will be used to highlight research needs that can be tackled by UK research partnerships. The focus of the meeting will be to connect researchers, SMEs and industrial players working to get CO2 storage off the ground in the UK. The event will support the creation of new partnerships between industrial site operators, academic/research institutes and SMEs. 

16 June 2015 to 19 June 2015

The “Trondheim Conference on CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage” will be staged for the 8th time on June 16 - 18, 2015, in Trondheim, Norway. The bi-annual conference has since its start in 2003 grown to become one of the leading scientific CCS technology conferences.

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