Thank you!

The 12th Trondheim Conference on Carbon Capture, Transport and Storage is behind us, and we would like to thank all 610 participants from 38 countries for attending, and for contributing to making the conference a success! The previous record for attendance was 425 for TCCS-8, so TCCS-12 really exceed expectations. 

We are extremely pleased to say that the general response from many of you indicates that TCCS-12 was a great conference. 

Once more, we sincerely thank you all – participants, sponsors, scientific reviewers, session chairs, and oral and poster presenters – for your contributions to TCCS-12!

Have a great summer!  


The 12th Trondheim Conference on CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage, June 19 - 21, 2023

The leading scientific CCS technology conference, presenting and discussing the latest work undertaken by R&D institutions, universities and industry.

This is the place to be for discussing CCS within R&D institutions, universities and industry.

World-leading CCS research in NCCS

The bi-annual Trondheim CCS Conference series is a leading scientific CCS technology conference. Since its inception in 2003, the conference has developed to become a globally important meeting place. The conference typically has 150 oral presentations, five or six parallel sessions, over 100 posters and world-leading keynote speakers. The 12th conference, TCCS-12, will build on the heritage of the previous conferences, and will be held June 19-21, 2023, in Trondheim, Norway. Several other key events are planned to be held back-to-back with the conference. The selection of presentations is based on the submission of extended abstracts. Contributors to the conference are invited to submit a full-length scientific paper for publication in a selected journal (this is optional). 

The CCS/CCUS activity level in Europe has gained significant momentum. Plans like the European Green Deal, the Fit for 55, the REPowerEU and landmark reports like Net Zero2050 (IEA) and IPCC WGs, call for fast actions also in CCUS. Considerable up-scaling of CCS/CCUS deployment is integral to all realistic pathways for meeting the emission reduction targets. One of Norway's responses is the Longship project (the Norwegian full-scale project), with substantial support from the Government. The TCCS conference has, consequently, never been more relevant.