Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) Conference
IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme (IEA GHG)
The GHGT conference series has established itself as the premier international technical conference on carbon capture and storage (CCS). Over the 25 years since GHGT began the conferences have charted the significant progress and growth in the science behind CCS. The importance of CCS as a climate mitigation option was highlighted in the IPCC's Fifth Assessment Report in 2015. In a post-Paris world, CCS will be even more important as a low carbon technology option. CCS has the advantage of being applicable to both the power and industrial sectors. It may also be used to reduce emissions in the heating and transport sectors through the production of hydrogen.
GHGT-14 will highlight advances in CCS in Australia as well as developments in the whole Asia-Pacific region. This includes the Yangchuan project in China, and the Tomakomai/Osaki CoolGen and the Ministry of Environment Sustainable CCS projects in Japan. It will also aim to provide information on R&D developments in rapidly expanding economies like Indonesia.
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