Scope and objective

The 10th Trondheim Conference will focus on research and development regarding CO2 capture, transport and storage (CCS). The objective of the conference is to bring forward, present and discuss work undertaken within R&D institutions, universities and in industry. Abstracts are invited to cover the entire value chain of CCS technology development. Potential topics are (but not limited to):

  • Pre-combustion capture
    • Absorption/adsorption and membranes
    • Combustion
  • Post-combustion capture
    • Absorption/adsorption and membrane
    • Other techniques
  • Oxy-fuel capture
    • Oxygen production
    • Combustion
  • CCS and hydrogen combinations 
  • CO2 utilization with permanent storage and industrial CO2 applications
  • CO2 negative solutions
  • Transport
    • Effects of impurities
    • Corrosion and materials
  • Storage
    • Site screening and site monitoring
    • Leakage detection, mitigation, remediation
    • Well drilling and completion
  • International R&D activities incl. pilot and large-scale activities
  • Novel technologies
  • Public acceptance and communication
  • CCS whole system issues
    • Techno-economic
    • Risk and value chain assessment, and system analysis
    • Policy
  • Business models

TCCS-9 - Professor May-Britt Hägg of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) recieving the SINTEF and NTNU CCS Award 2017, together with Nils Røkke, Executive Vice President Sustainability, SINTEF, and Dean Øyvind Weiby Gregersat Faculty of Natural Sciences, NTNU.