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Accelerating the path to a sustainable energy future

4-7 November 2024 Rotterdam • The Netherlands

The GET conference is the premier event highlighting the application of geoscience and engineering skills towards the energy transition. It provides a unique platform for bringing together geoscience and engineering professionals with an interest in renewables, minerals and decarbonisation technologies. The conference features four sub-conferences dedicated to Offshore Wind Energy, Carbon Capture & Storage, Geothermal Energy, and Hydrogen & Energy Storage.

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Global audience of geoscientists and engineers

Diverse programme of oral and poster presentations 

30+
Exhibiting
companies

A specialised marketplace for for geoscience solutions

50+
EXECUTIVE & POLICY SPEAKERS

Strategic programme featuring key energy leaders

A diverse programme of oral and poster presentations discussing the skills and solutions to realise energy transition

A wide roster of keynotes and panels to foster the exchange of thoughts and views beyond the traditional debates

Networking

Valuable chance for social engagement through networking lunches, icebreaker reception and conference dinner

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Accelerating the path to a sustainable energy future

4-7 November 2024 Rotterdam • The Netherlands

EAGE’s flagship event, the GET conference, continues its journey towards facilitating energy transition and achieving net-zero energy systems. The fifth edition, building on the past successes, aims to foster greater collaboration among researchers, practitioners, and key stakeholders in policy, strategy, and business. The conference is distinguished by its focus on four critical sub-conferences, each dedicated to a key area of renewable energy: Offshore Wind Energy, Carbon Capture & Storage, Geothermal Energy, and Hydrogen & Energy Storage. With a comprehensive agenda, GET2024 aims to explore the forefront of renewable energy solutions and strategies for integrating these technologies into existing energy infrastructures. Join us to engage in a platform designed to encourage meaningful connections and stimulate thought-provoking discussions, crucial for those dedicated to advancing the energy transition.

Highlights

Download our Event report

Following the positive feedback, we would like to present the GET2022 event report, containing the event highlights and relevant statistics.

INVITED SPEAKERS

EAGE GET2023 FEATURED SPEAKERS

The GET2021 Co-Chairs!

Takeaways from the event

Watch the GET2022 recap video to catch up with the activities and hear what the industry leaders had to say about their biggest takeaways from the event.

Main topics

The most relevant topics in your field

Offshore

Apply geoscience within the offshore wind sector, exemplified but not limited to, the contribution of subsurface disciplines in developing windfarms

CCUS

Recent advances and ongoing projects on the exploration of storage resource, reservoir and pressure management, risk assessment and monitoring technologies

Geothermal

Factors that impact the exploration success and exploitation performance; solutions and skills that can unlock the geothermal potential and support its growth

Energy storage

The massively increasing technological supply of distributed renewable resources, efficiency systems and energy storage systems

Integration

Synergies from smartly combining uses and technologies across and within classical and new energy sectors, to boost efficiency and economic viability

Cross-uses

Synergies from transferring technologies, workflows and knowledge across businesses and disciplines

Georesources

The knowledge base about the various disciplines that are involved in a responsible exploitation and trading of georesources

Sustainability

Sustainable resource management, environmental impact and trade-offs, considering both positive and negative influences on the ecosystem services

Solutions & Society

The governance, policies, skills and career paths to work on the transition; the approaches to reduce risks and improve profitability; the role of all stakeholders in society

Main topics

FOUR TECHNICAL SUB-CONFERENCES

Offshore wind energy

Apply geoscience within the offshore wind sector, exemplified but not limited to, the contribution of subsurface disciplines in developing windfarms

Carbon capture and storage

Recent advances and ongoing projects on the exploration of storage resource, reservoir and pressure management, risk assessment and monitoring technologies

Geothermal Energy

Factors that impact the exploration success and exploitation performance; solutions and skills that can unlock the geothermal potential and support its growth

Hydrogen & Energy storage

The massively increasing technological supply of distributed renewable resources, efficiency systems and energy storage systems

The GET2021 Co-Chairs!

Takeaways from the event

Watch the GET2022 recap video to catch up with the activities and hear what the industry leaders had to say about their biggest takeaways from the event.

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Bio: Saba Keynejad

Environmental Data Scientist Energy Transition and Environment at CGG
Co-chair Geothermal Energy Conference

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Bio: Gehrig Schultz

COO | Geoscience at EPI Group
Co-chair Geothermal Energy Conference

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