Invitation to the 4th ACT Knowledge Sharing Workshop 2019, 6 November 2019, Athens, Greece


ACT is organizing the 4th Knowledge Sharing workshop in Athens 6 November 2019 and there are still available seats. Everybody who is interested can register for the event. The ACT projects are generating  results that could pave way for CCS deployment worldwide and the workshop will be an excellent opportunity to learn more about ACT and CCS.


More details, including the draft program are available in the attached brochure.


You can sign up for the workshop by following this link

2019 Balkan Clean Energy Transition Event (BCET), 19-22 September 2019, Kozani, Greece

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CCUS and Oil and Gas Technologies Integrated Review Meeting, August 26-30, 2019, USA Pittsburgh

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CSLF Task Force Report on Improved Pore Space Utilisation

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Click here for video highlights

UK CCUS Initiative Webinar, 14 March 2019– 9:00 a.m. EDT (UTC-4)

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Since the start in 2003, the Conference grown from a meeting for a select few, to be an important meeting place for 350-400 CCS experts from all over the world. As 2019 marks the 10-year anniversary of TCCS, there will be a special programme on technological issues and social events. The Conference is hosted jointly by SINTEF and NTNU, and is organized by the Norwegian CCS Research Centre (NCCS).

For more information read here

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