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

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

Last call: journal publication deadline is 15 October

If you held an oral or poster presentation at TCCS-12, do not forget to submit your full scientific paper to be featured in a special issue of Carbon Capture Science & Technology.

The journal is a gold open-access journal, but the publication fee will be waived for all contributions to this special issue.

See the conference website for more information

Let us know what you think

TCCS-12's post-event survey is now opening and has been sent to all participants. We would greatly appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to provide us with your feedback. The survey should take no more than five minutes, and all responses are anonymous.

Access the survey directly on this page

The Impact of CCS Research on the Green Transition

2050 is now less than 27 years away – when the world has set a goal for becoming climate neutral. Capturing and storing gigatons of CO₂ annually is a crucial part of achieving this goal – but to do that, we need more open innovation.

In her keynote speech at TCCS-12, NCCS Director Mona Mølnvik emphasised the need to collaborate and share knowledge, even among competitors. We might have the money, but we do not have the time to fail.

Read the full story on the SINTEF blog

Why experiments and modelling are necessary for the safe design and operation of CO₂ transport systems

ECCSEL depressurization facility
CCS systems are an important part of our toolbox for mitigating climate change. However, increased R&D efforts are needed to facilitate an efficient and safe scaling up of CCS to the level needed to mitigate climate change.

In his keynote speech at TCCS-12, SINTEF Chief Scientist Svend Tollak Munkejord discussed why both experiments and models are a necessary part of this effort.

Read the full story on the SINTEF blog

More information

Conference secretariat: An Hilmo
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