The Gas Technology Centre NTNU-SINTEF

The Gas Technology Centre NTNU-SINTEF

The Gas Technology Centre NTNU-SINTEF (GTS) was established in 2003 and is the largest centre for gas technology research and education in Norway. GTS provides new knowledge, takes new initiatives and supports development of new technologies, thereby contributing to efficient, environmentally friendly and profitable utilization of natural gas.

The centre focuses on exploring and exploiting the synergism of multidisciplinary research based on the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and SINTEF's broad expertise that encompasses the entire value chain from energy source to end user. The centre forms one part of NTNU's Strategic Research Area Energy and Petroleum - Resources and Environment.

4th Trondheim Gas Technology Conference, 2016

The Gas Technology Centre NTNU-SINTEF (GTS) and the Conference Committees look forward to welcoming you to the TGTC-4 in Trondheim on December 5th 2016.

The conference's overall objective will be to identify and discuss the role of gas in the future international energy market. To do so, the conference will focus on fundamental and applied gas technology research and development by showcasing the latest work at R&D institutions, universities and industries throughout the world. The conference is taking into account the current political and environmental trends, and their implications for the development of new gas-related technologies.

Scientific contributions within the following topics are invited:

  • Offshore and subsea processing and conditioning
  • Gas transport from remote areas
  • LNG and FLNG technologies
  • Gas value chain - optimization and analyses, health and environmental impact
  • Hydrogen production from fossil fuel sources with CCS

Contributions from Norwegian as well as international R&D activities and presentations from pilot- and demo-scale projects are welcome.

Click here for more information about TGTC-4.
Click here for information about the call for abstracts.