Call For Abstracts

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS IS NOW CLOSED (FROM 14TH January 2022) ALL WORK SUBMIITED WILL NOW BE FORWARDED TO OUR EXPERT REVIEWERS BEFORE THE TECHNICAL PROGRAMME COMMITTEE (TPC) BEGIN THEIR ASSESMENT TO SELECT WORK FOR THE ORAL AND POSTER SESSIONS.

SUBJECT TO THE REVIEW PROCESS BEING COMPLETED ON TIME WE AIM TO INFORM ALL SUBMITTING AUTHORS OF THEIR PRESENTATION OFFER ( ORAL OR POSTER) BY EARLY APRIL 2022.

THE ORAL SESSIONS TAKE PLACE OVER THE 4 DAYS OF THE CONFERENCE AND CONSIST OF SEVEN STREAMS TOTALLTING 71 TECHNICAL ORAL SESSIONS AND TWO X 2HOUR POSTER PRESENTATIONS.

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You are invited to submit abstracts for consideration, for both oral and poster presentations, related to the technical themes of the conference. It is important that sufficient information is included in your abstract to allow it to be assessed fairly. The abstract must represent the actual paper that will be presented at the conference. In the selection of papers for the conference, emphasis will be placed on the presentation of results and new developments. Replacement of papers will not be accepted.

Technical Themes

  1. Advances in CO2 Capture technology
  2. Advances in CO2 development geological storage
  3. CCS for industrial sources (non-power) & Hydrogen
  4. CCS technology assessment, cost and system integration
  5. CO2 Utilisation for GHG mitigation
  6. Demonstration projects and major national and international CCS research developments and demonstration programs
  7. Developments in other storage options for CO2
  8. Energy, climate change policies and CCS
  9. Legal & Regulatory Aspects of CCS and long term liability of CO2 Storage
  10. Public perception and acceptance of CCS and communication on CCS
  11. Towards negative CO2 emissions
  12. Transport and infrastructure development

Please ensure when submitting your abstract you select first the Theme, followed by the consequent sub-theme to ensure the work is reviewed in scope.

Full details of themes and sub-themes are shown in  the GHGT-16 Call for Abstracts document.

Please submit your abstract here.

Format

Abstracts should be between 500 and 1000 words, on the conference template, in English, and contain the paper title, author(s) name(s) and organisation(s). Abstracts submitted below or above this word limit will not be accepted for review.

We strongly recommend not submitting multiple abstracts under one account name, if the work is intended to be presented by a different person to the account name. The reason being abstracts displayed online in the conference agenda within sessions only show the submitting author name next to the abstract, which is not necessarily the assigned presenter.

If selected to present authors should also note that they will also be required to complete “full paper proceedings” version of their work prior to the conference ( deadline date to be confirmed). This is to ensure all information provided is the final version for both the online and printed programme agenda, and also to ensure the work is completed in preparation for sending to the GHGT-16 publisher SSRN after they have presented at the conference. A condition of submission and acceptance is that at least one author will register and attend the conference. Presenters will be required to pay the full registration fee.

Deadline

Abstracts should be submitted via the websiteAbstracts must be received by the conference organisers no later than 14 January 2022.

No further abstracts will be accepted after the announced date.

Further information

Download the GHGT-16 Call for Abstracts document for further information.

Contact

For any assistance with the abstract/paper submission process, please contact the GHGT-16 Conference Secretariat: Suzanne Killick, IEAGHG Events Programme Manager.