EAGE: Fifth CO2 Geological Storage Workshop
wo 21-11–vr 23-11
The Fifth CO2 Geological Storage Workshop will take place this year in Utrecht from 21-23 November 2018. To meet the Paris Agreement’s ambition, large scale implementation of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is considered essential. For successful realisation of CCS, it is vital to build confidence that injected CO2 is permanently retained in the sub-surface. This has been investigated in several research initiatives during the last decade and the objective of this workshop is to present key advances made, discuss remaining technology gaps and review a way forward.
Submit your abstract until 1 August 2018 and share your ideas on this workshop!
The topics of this workshop are:
- Site Characterization and Storage Capacity
- Environmental Impact Assessment
- Subsurface Risk Assessment
- Geological Utilization and Storage of CO2
- Rock Mechanics and Rock/Fluids Interaction
- Storage capacity & pressure management
- Wells and Infrastructure Integrity
- CO2 Injectivity and Injection Technology
- Risk-based Verification Monitoring
- Modeling and Monitoring Integration
- Corrective Measures
- CC(U)S Demonstration Cases
- Public Perception and Risk Communication
- Social and Regulatory Issues
- The Future – Challenges for Large-scale Industrial Deployment
For more information on this workshop please visit the event website!