2011-07-01 08:00 by Anja Reitz

CO2 Geological Storage: Will we be ready in time?

9 - 14 October 2011: The Algarve, Portugal, SPE Forum Series - Frontiers of Technology

The Forum is a limited attendance meeting for up to 75 people, designed for industry and governmental professionals in the oil and gas, power, and alternative energy sectors who are active in policy and strategy planning, development, operation, and regulation of CO2 capture, utilisation, and storage schemes.


SES Sustainable Earth Sciences Conference and Exhibition - Technologies for Sustainable Use of the Deep Sub-surface

8 - 11 November 2011, Valencia, Spain

Being a multidisciplinary association, EAGE pays attention to all the fields of applied geosciences and the integration between those disciplines. With this in mind the aim of the conference is to bring different disciplines together so that they are able to exchange experiences and learn from each other. Sustainable Earth Sciences was chosen as the title for this umbrella. Many disciplines can defined under this title, but as a start three main pillars were built; Geothermal Energy, CO2 Storage and Deep Earth Storage.
In order to not only integrate the disciplines, but also promote the cooperation between organisations working in this field a partnership was formed with several organisations: eg IEAGHG, CO2Geonet and IGA-European Branch.
The main objective of the meeting is to exchange knowledge and technology between the geoscientists within the different disciplines.


2nd Annual Global Carbon Capture and Storage Summit 2011

23 - 26 August 2011, Beijing, China

With the continuous commitment from major CCUS stakeholders worldwide, the 2nd GCCUSS will update latest research and demo projects, introduce advanced CO2 capture technologies, debate accessing and regulating sequestration, and discuss CO2 EOR/ECBM opportunities in Asia. We are also planning technology training and site visit this year to bring you more practical knowledge. Look forward to seeing you again in Beijing this summer!


GHGT-11 - International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Technologies

18 - 22 November 2012, Kyoto International Conference Center, Japan

The Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) conference series was formed in 1997 following the merger of the earlier series of International Conference on Carbon Dioxide Removal (ICCDR) and the Greenhouse Gas Mitigation options conference. IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme (IEA GHG) are the guardians of the GHGT conferences which are held every two years. The conference series rotates between, North America, Europe and Asia.

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