Underground CO2 storage put to the test: is it safe and effective?
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 CO2ReMoVe project has been researching predictive performance assessment and monitoring and verification techniques for CO2 storage . The project started in March 2006 and is carried out by a consortium of research, industrial and service organisations, all with extensive experience in the geological storage of CO2. Over the last five years the consortium has had the opportunity to integrate their experience at both industrial- and pilot-scale geological storage sites aimed at testing specific technologies and methodologies.
The Energy research Centre of the Netherlands is hosting a side-event on CCS in the CDM in Bonn
Time: 13:15 - 14:45 hrs
Location: Room Solar (Ministry of Environment) - SB 34
CO2ReMoVe NGO-research dialogue workshop
The Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), on behalf of the CO2ReMoVe project, organised a workshop aimed at enabling environmental NGOs to influence the direction of research in monitoring and verification of geological CO2 storage on February 23, 2011.
Technologies for Sustainable Use of the Deep Sub-surface.
Topics are Engineering, Geosciences, Hydrology and CO2 sequestration.
The Energy research Centre of the Netherlands
in collaboration with Ecofys, the CATO2 programme,
the CO2ReMoVe project, the British Geological Survey, IFP Energies Novelles and Quintessa
held a side-event on CCS in the CDM in Bonn at SB-34
Time: 13:15 - 14:45 hrs
Deadline submission of abstracts: January 15, 2011
Addresses key topics crucial for wide-spread CCS deployment.
Unconventional Resources and the Role of Technology
Global trade fair and conferences on carbon technologies.
One of the key events in Spain on energy and environment. Alongside the trade fair, there a a number of conferences on different energy topics.
CCT2011 will be hosted by the Instituto de Carboquimica and will take place in Zaragoza, Spain in May 2011.
CCS ready to go?
The CO2ReMoVe project and the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) are organising a workshop aimed at enabling environmental NGOs to influence the direction of research in monitoring and verification of geological CO2 storage.
The Summer School organised by the CO2ReMoVe consortium will aim to present the most recent findings of the research carried out in the project.
Held in the frame of the GeoDarmstadt 2010 symposium; includes the topic 'Coal seams and coal bearing formations as gas deposits (CBM) and CO2-storage sites'
'Gas Sequestration' and 'Improved Oil Recovery Strategies' can be found among conference topics.
CCS Ready to Go?
European Conference on CCS Research, Development and Demonstration organised by CESAR, DECARBit and CAESAR projects, includes CO2NET Annual Seminar;
Integrating Geology and Mathematics for Groundwater, Environment and Petroleum Applications.
Deadline for submission: TBA.
Deadline for registration: TBA.
Deadline for submission: March 28, 2008.
Deadline for registration: Open 1st April.
Host: Zero Emission 2008
Deadline for submission: 15 April 2008.
Deadline for registration: 15th July to 8th September.
Deadline for submission: 23rd april.
Deadline for registration: 31st july.
Deadline for submission: invited key speakers
Deadline for registration: 2nd May
Deadline for submission: closed
Pre-registration: 3rd of April
Host: American Conference Institute
Host : Institut für Wasserbau, Stuttgart University
2-3rd Dec. 2008, Marble Arch >London, UK tel: +44 207156 5233
18-20th May Maritim and international Congress centre, Dresden, GERMANY
contact. IEA clean coal center, London UK
Dates and location
The conference will take place September 13-19, 2009 in the large auditorium and adjacent halls of the Friedrich-Schiller-University, Ernst-Abbe-Platz 1 in downtown Jena, Germany. Jena is a small town in eastern Germany, easy to reach by express train from the international airports of Leipzig, Nürnberg or Frankfurt.
The conference will be organized by the Max-Planck-Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena, Germany. Partial support for the conference is being sought from the German Max-Planck-Society and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
Prof. Dr. Martin Heimann
Director Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie
07745 Jena (
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07743 Jena (Germany)
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