Venue: Room 2, Main Building, Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre | City: Bridge of Don, United Kingdom
The Offshore Europe 2017 conference sought insight into innovative technologies and operational efficiencies, which can help reduce the oil and gas sector's environmental footprint. Our half-day event explored how North Sea Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) can:
It is 20 years since the Sleipner project began storing CO₂ beneath the North Sea off Norway. Sleipner and the later Snohvit project have collectively stored over 20 million tonnes of CO₂ and shown that North Sea CCS is both technically viable and geologically secure.
Our speakers considered new North Sea markets and opportunities offered by CCS and CO₂ utilisation, the need to preserve useful O&G infrastructure at risk of being decommissioned, and the progress being made by Norway on delivering a CCS network in the North Sea region.
Head to AECC's Main Building. Room 2 is on the first floor. Interactive map
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