Scope and objective

The 12th Trondheim CCS Conference will focus on research and development regarding CO₂ capture, transport and storage (CCS). The objective is to bring forward, present and discuss work undertaken within R&D institutes, 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- and post-combustion capture
    • Absorption/adsorption and membranes
    • Combustion
    • Other techniques
  • Oxy-fuel capture
  • CCS and hydrogen combinations
  • CO2 utilization with permanent storage and Industrial CO2 applications
  • CO2 removal (CDR)
  • CO2 Transport
    • Transport options; pipeline, ship
    • Safety, injection, fluid, and material properties
  • CO2 Storage
    • Site screening and exploration
    • Site integrity, containment, and leakage risk assessment
    • Well drilling and completion
    • Characterization and monitoring
    • Resource optimization
    • Constructing, operating, and abandoning CCS wells
  • International R&D activities incl. pilot and large-scale activities
  • Novel technologies
  • CCS in novel applications and mobility
  • CCS whole system issues
    • Techno-economic
    • Risk and value chain assessment, and system analysis
  • Public acceptance and communication
  • Policy, legal and regulatory issues
  • Business models