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TCM meets the global Carbon Capture and Storage community in Australia

Technology Center Mongstad (TCM) is participating at the world’s largest gathering for Carbon Capture and Storage(CCS) called GHGT-14 in Melbourne, Australia. Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy in the US Department of Energy, Steven Winberg, lectured in front of a full stacked crowd at TCM`s side-event at the conference.

This week, TCM will partake at GHGT-14 through stand, workshops, presentations, posters, research papers and meetings. TCM has submitted 6 research papers as main author and 3 papers as co-author to GHGT-14. – We learn a lot from TCM`s open source technology testing and we are continuously sharing the knowledge to advance the entire CCS-community, Technology Manager at TCM, Thomas de Cazenove said. More information about TCM`s research and open source testing can be found at catchingourfuture.com and the research papers submitted at GHGT-14 can be found here.

Over 100 participants at TCM`s event at GHGT-14

On Monday 22. October, TCM arranged a side-event at GHGT-14. Assistant Secretary of Fossil Energy in the US Department of Energy, Steven Winberg, presented in front of over 100 participants about the utility of a CC-plant like TCM. In addition, Hans Jørgen Vinje in Gassnova talked about the development of CCS infrastructure for Europe. Bjørn-Erik Haugan and Anne Berit Viken from TCM presented the unique qualities of TCM and Keith Burnard in IAGHG concluded with final remarks.

Publisert 10/23/2018

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