Welcome to the GET2024 Carbon Capture & Storage Conference

The 5th edition of the EAGE Global energy Transition Conference & Exhibition will see a distinctive focus on Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS). The conference will be organised in the city of Rotterdam. This is an excellent choice of location as the port of Rotterdam is on course to become one of the first operating CCS hubs in the world, with several projects that are near or have passed FID. 

Besides a rich program touching on a wide range of technical developments, the conference will have a variety of dedicated and strategic sessions on current dilemmas for the further development of the CCS business case. 

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Join us for this unique opportunity to collaborate and take action to drive the global energy transition forward.

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Bringing Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) projects to fruition requires integration between policy makers, industry representatives, researchers, NGO’s and civil society and investors. The exchange of ideas and knowledge in the nascent CCS business is an enabler to efficient and low-cost maturation and operation of CO2 storage projects in the near future. Discussions as part of the technical program and the dedicated & strategic sessions can shape new ideas and nurture further progress between all the CCS stakeholders.

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The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

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before 30 June 2024

  • Lessons learned from active CO2 injection sites (from large-scale EOR projects to pilots)
  • Low cost technology development & deployment
  • Long term injectivity performance
  • Development concept optimization & flexibility in a dynamic commercial environment
  • Geomechanical considerations: From lab to storage site scale
  • Pore scale behaviour of CO2 versus large scale plume evolution.
  • Impact of small scale heterogeneities on large scale plume development.
  • Varying areal and time scales compared to H/C
  • Storage site selection
  • CO2 site appraisal case studies
  • CO2 storage resource estimation
  • Basin scale pore space & pressure competition
  • Meetup – Multiphysics and non-physics monitoring integration
  • Startup – Concepts towards low-cost and easily deployable monitoring technology
  • Scaleup - Geophysical Monitoring technologies: From concepts to deployed examples
  • Scaler - Field scale integrated monitoring strategies and plan optimization for decades of monitoring
  • Integrated subsurface risk assessment
  • Seismicity & fault reactivation: From prognosis to modelling
  • Cap rock characterization
  • Repurposing wells vs newly drilled wells
  • Legacy well risk assessment & well remediation
  • Rock-fluid interations at the reservoir scale
  • Near wellbore Challenges - hydrates and salt precipitation
  • Leveraging AI for CCS and the global energy transition
  • Incorporating Rock Physics into Machine Learning for CO2 Plume Characterization
  • Storage complex characterization using AI/ML
  • Utilizing AI/ML for CO2 storage monitoring and risk evaluation
  • Utilizing AI/ML for CCS Optimization
  • Lessons learned from other other CO2 or acid injection
  • Alternative reservoirs (Basalts, coal beds, shales, hydrates, …)
  • CO2 utilization

Commitee List

  • Ben Dewever
    Shell
  • Mike Branston
    SLB
  • Rouhi Farajzadeh
    Shell/TU Delft
  • Roman Berenblyum
    NORCE Research
  • Sylvain Thibeau
    OGCI, Total
  • Susan Fellows
    Computer Modelling Group
  • Neville Brookes
    CGG
  • Jean-Luc Formento
    CGG
  • Denis Voskov
    TU Delft
  • Nicole Grobys
    Wintershall Dea
  • Sandrine David
    TGS
  • Carrie Holloway
    SLB
  • Habib Al Khatib
    SpotLight
  • Dr. F.P. (Filip) Neele
    TNO
  • Sonia Isabella Lopez Kovacs
    Repsol
  • Shi Yuan Toh
    Heriot-Watt University
  • Ali Moradi Tehrani
    Geosoftware
  • Fernanda M.L Veloso
    BRGM
  • Laurent FONTANELLI
    Unisalle
  • Bruce Webb
    Eni
  • Carolina Coll
    Independent
  • Ong Swee Keong
    Petronas
  • Kenneth Tough
    BP
  • Syrie Crouch
    Independent
  • Federico Games Ad Terra
  • Ben Dewever Shell
  • Mike Branston SLB
  • Rouhi Farajzadeh Shell/TU Delft
  • Roman Berenblyum NORCE Research
  • Sylvain Thibeau OGCI, Total
  • Susan Fellows Computer Modelling Group
  • Neville Brookes CGG
  • Jean-Luc Formento CGG
  • Denis Voskov TU Delft
  • Nicole Grobys Wintershall Dea
  • Sandrine David TGS
  • Carrie Holloway SLB
  • Habib Al Khatib SpotLight
  • Dr. F.P. (Filip) Neele TNO
  • Sonia Isabella Lopez Kovacs Repsol
  • Shi Yuan Toh Heriot-Watt University
  • Ali Moradi Tehrani Geosoftware
  • Fernanda M.L Veloso BRGM
  • Laurent FONTANELLI Unisalle
  • Bruce Webb Eni
  • Carolina Coll CGG
  • Ong Swee Keong Petronas
  • Kenneth Tough BP
  • Syrie Crouch Independent
Registration OPENS SOON

The deadlines are following the Local Time in the Netherlands.

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