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The meeting will be a one day event, to be held at the British Geological Survey in Keyworth, provisionally booked for Wednesday 29th October 2014.
Contact Prof Melanie Leng for more information or register an interest in attending.
A CCS future for Europe: catalysing North Sea action
The creation of a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) industry is imperative if we are to achieve global carbon targets and avert the worst impacts of climate change. It is also achievable if we start delivering the projects that will, from CO₂ source to storage site, build confidence and prove the technology.
The progress of CCS in Europe is a story of highs and lows, yet the technology remains firmly on the agenda as Member States now debate climate and energy policy to 2030 and beyond. This conference will focus on the North Sea region and its unique set of assets as an enabler of CCS for Europe. It will bring together European experts from government, industry and academia to explore the policies and practical opportunities that can help deliver climate clean-up while ensuring Europe’s economic resilience.
Visit BGS's stand at GeoDATA 2014 in Glasgow to learn more about our services, data products and apps. Wayne Shelley, GIS Application Developer at BGS, will speak on 'Visualising Geological Information with Maps, Apps and Augmented Reality'. This series of one-day seminars - which are free to attend - encompasses a range of current data and technology topics and application ideas. The presentations, case studies and examples of best practice will give you the opportunity to gain knowledge as well as network during the complementary exhibition.
The British Geological Survey is delighted to be convening this year’s AGM. As in previous years, we anticipate a strong turn-out from research students and early-career researchers, together with our knowledgeable and diverse community of academic and industry experts.
The BSRG AGM is the most important event in the BSRG calendar and is the focus for much of BSRG's activities. BSRG 2014 will include core workshops at BGS’s National Geological Repository and two days of conference at the Nottingham Conference Centre. Please see follow this link for details.