IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

IEAGHG funds research into carbon capture and storage (CCS), also known as CO2 capture and storage, or carbon sequestration.

Our work focuses on technologies that can reduce our carbon emissions, and mitigate climate change and global warming. We are a not for profit organisation, and all of our work is subject to peer review ensuring that it remains impartial and unbiased.

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13/07/2015 A mini ice age – really?
I recall when I started work in the 70’s there was much debate....

07/07/2015 IEAGHG 5th Social Research Network Meeting
This one day meeting on Monday 6th July 2015 was packed with captivating talks from.....

03/07/2015 What Geological CO2 storage can bring to mitigating climate change – UK Research Perspective
The meeting brought together leading industrial players, including Shell, Statoil and the National Grid.....

02/07/2015 IEAGHG launches webinar series
Now that we are fully settled in our new premises with a good IT system......

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June Cover Top Third

Issue No.118, June 2015 now available 

IEAGHG Webinars  • IJGGC: An update • IEAGHG ExCo meeting • IEA ETP 2015 •  CO2 Injection begins at Aquistore + much more

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Each year IEAGHG produce a number of technical reports, the overview of each of these published in  2014 have been complied into one convenient publication.

 2014 Reports Overviews

ccs-facility-interiorPCCC3 and SaskPower Symposium Registration now open

Join us in Regina, Canada for the PCCC3 conference for the opportunity to tour the Boundary Dam Project and the Aquistore site 8th-11th September. Your chance to visit the project now named one of National Geographic magazines 10 Breakthroughs of 2014 That Could Change Your Life

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IEAGHG 9th CCS Summer School

6th-12th December 2015, Perth, Australia.

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IEAGHG latest reports

CCS Clusters: review and future opportunities

Effectiveness of Financial Incentives for CCS

Assessment of Emerging CO2 Capture Technologies and Their Potential to Reduce Costs

CO2 Storage Efficiency in Deep Saline Formations: A Comparison of Volumetric and Resource Estimation Methods

Techno Economic Evaluation of Different Post Combsution CO2 Capture Process Flow Sheet Modifications

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 IEAGHG Webinar

CCS in the Process Industries: An Overview to the Different Challenges and Opportunities (click to view)

IEAGHG Meetings

10th-12th June Monitoring Network Meeting, San Fransisco, USA
6th July Social Research Network Meeting, Cambridge, UK
1st-2nd September, Milan, Italy, High Temperature Solid Looping Network
8th-11th September, Canada, PCCC3
29th Sept-2nd Oct  Risk Management and Environmental Research Combined Networks Meeting, Southampton, UK
27th - 30th Oct 5th Oxyfuel Combustion Network Meeting, Wuhan, China
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Project Officer - Geological Storage

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The 2014 Annual Review is available to download now. The Annual Review outlines the work undertaken and produced by the IEAGHG including the conferences (GHGT-12), networks, technical reports, information papers and presentations made by members of staff at external meetings

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IEAGHG staff members make regular presentations at external meetings, for a full list and the pdf's please use the link below

Latest presentation: 

What Next for CCS in the UK? - Tim Dixon

Oxy-CFB Combustion Technology -Stanley Santos

Update on ISO TC 265 - 'Carbon Dioxide Capture, Transportation & Geological Storage' -Tim Dixon

CCUS in Industry Review of the Current State of Art (Case Studies for H2 Production and Steel Industry - Stanley Santos

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International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control

The International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control is a peer reviewed journal focusing on scientific and engineering developments in greenhouse gas control through capture and storage at large stationary...

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Editor-in-Chief: John Gale