The 10th Trondheim Conference on CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage

June 17 - 19, 2019

The bi-annual Trondheim CCS Conference series - TCCS - is one of the leading scientific CCS technology Conferences. The objective is to bring forward, present and discuss current work undertaken within R&D institutions, universities and in industry. TCCS-10 an important meeting place … Read more

Preliminary Program

The preliminary program for TCCS-10 is now available, and can be found here. Please, note that there could still be changes in the program, and that details in the time schedule could change.
TCCS Welcome reception

TCCS-10 Newsletters

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The deadline for submission of nominations to the SINTEF and NTNU CCS Award has been extended to May 7, and we would be happy to receive even more nominations. More information about the Award and the nomination form can be found here.
Last years winner of the CCS Award

CCS is about having a decent handover of our planet for the next generations

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TCCS promovideo

Sponsoring the conference

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It is not too late to become a sponsor of this 10th edition of the TCCS conference! If your company is interested in sponsoring TCCS-10, please contact Dr. Rune Aarlien at

View sponsor information and a video showing how sponsors will be showcased at the conference here.

Mission Innovation

Back-to-back with the TCCS-10 conference, NCCS hosts a Mission Innovation Workshop on Innovation Challenge CCUS (June 19-20). The workshop has a working session (with dinner) on June 19, and continues with a full-day working session on June 20.

Mission Innovation (MI) is a global initiative of 23 countries and the European Union, announced on November 30, 2015, as world leaders came together in Paris to undertake ambitious efforts to combat climate change. The goal of MI is to dramatically accelerate global clean energy innovation.

The purpose of the Trondheim workshop is to bring forward the work and initiate concrete activities under the CCUS Challenge. The workshop is open also for individuals from countries not being a member of the Mission Innovation Challenge CCUS. More information about the workshop and registration can be found here.

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