GHGT-16, Lyon, France, 2022
GHGT-15, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 2021
GHGT-14, Melbourne, Australia, 2018
GHGT-13, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2016
GHGT-12, Austin, Texas, USA, 2014
GHGT-11, Kyoto, Japan, 2012
GHGT-10, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2010
GHGT-9, Washington DC, USA, 2008.
GHGT-8, Trondheim, Norway, 2006
GHGT-7, Vancouver, Canada, 2004.
GHGT-6, Kyoto, Japan, 2002.
GHGT-5, Cairns, Australia, 2000.
GHGT-4, Interlaken, Switzerland 1998.
In cooperation with IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme (IEAGHG), the Energy Research Network (EnergyRN) is pleased to announce the 15th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference 2020 (GHGT-15) eJournal. This eJournal is available to all subscribers at no charge and contains abstracts of the meeting papers with links to the full text in the SSRN eLibrary.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the scheduled GHGT-15 conference for October 2020 was postponed to March 2021 and held for the first time as a virtual event. The virtual conference was attended by more than 950 delegates from over 40 countries. The conference took place over 4 days and was made up of 71 sessions in a 7 stream parallel program that included over 500 oral and poster presentations. The presentations delivered at the GHGT-15 conference are now shown here on the SSRN GHGT-15 proceedings platform in their full paper format, providing in-depth detail and acknowledgement of all authors and affiliations in the work presented.
The GHGT conference series is recognised as the principal international conference on greenhouse gas mitigation technologies especially on CCS (Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage). We thank all our contributors and the hosts Khalifa University for their hard work in helping us to deliver a successful 15th event in the conference series.
- Richard Bolt (Secretary at Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources – Victorian Government) – “Victoria = Energy Transformation and Climate Change Leadership”
- James Johnson (CEO, Geoscience Australia Representing the Australian Government) – “Welcome Address”
- Jérôme Schmitt (OGCI Executive Committee) – “Oil and Gas Climate Initiative – Be a catalyst on circular carbon”
- Laszlo Varro (International Energy Agency) – “Innovation for the clean energy transition”
- Thelma Krug (Vice Chair of IPCC) – “Global Warming of 1.5°C”
- Bill Brown (CEO NetPower) – “NETPower and Beyond”
- Hirofumi Aizawa (Japan MOE) – “Overview of Japan’s CCS Policy and New Project”
- Steve Winberg (Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, US DOE) – “CCUS Developments in the USA”
- Mick Buffier (Glencore) – “Status Update of Glencore’s CTSCo Surat Basin CCS Project”
- Frank Morten (Southern Company) – “Status of Technology Development at the National Carbon Capture Centre”
- Wei Chang (NICE) Presented by Anthong Ku “Working Towards Commercially Viable CCUS in China”
- Eiichi Harada (KHI) – “Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain Project in Collaboration with CarbonNet Project”
- Richard Bolt (Victorian Government) – “CCS through CarbonNet: Enabling Energy and Industry Transformation”
- Mona J. Mølnvik (Director NCCS) – “NCCS – Norweigen CCS Research Centre – Industry-Driven Innovation for Fast-Track CCS Deployment”