Events diary

Lectures, conferences, seminars, exhibitions and workshops presented by BGS, or hosted at a BGS site. For past events view events as calendar


Sampling
– detailed facility description and early sampling requirements.

Cedar Suite, Hugh Nisbet Building, Edinburgh Conference Centre, Heriot-Watt University, EH14 4AS

9.30am for 10am start until 3pm.

The British Geological Survey (BGS) invites the science community to a workshop where we will describe in detail the planned infrastructure at the UKGEOS Glasgow Geothermal Energy Research Field Site and hope to gain input from you on sampling requests, particularly early access and samples with time-dependent analyses.

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10:00 – 15:00 13th Nov 2018

Energy Research Accelerator
The Energy Research Accelerator will be holding the Midlands Energy Conference to provide a network for businesses, researchers and policy makers to come together to explore new ideas and innovations, and to form new partnerships for the future.

Confirmed keynote speaker Robert Llewellyn will be talking about The Green Transport Revolution.

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26th Nov 2018

Geol Soc logo

'Role of geological science in the decarbonisation of power production, heat, transport and industry'.
In the UK and elsewhere, decarbonisation of power production, industry, transport and heating to meet climate change targets is a major challenge, and one that intrinsically involves the subsurface and geoscience.

This major conference will examine the role that geoscience will play including in energy storage, batteries, carbon abatement and heat production.

The conference will host national experts from industry, academia, and government to look at the geological and reservoir engineering aspects of the problem. The main objective will be to identify the high level barriers to progress and the main science questions – and begin a roadmap to solve the problems.



21st – 23rd Jan 2019

Geological Society

4D Subsurface Modelling: Predicting the Future

The Geological Society, Burlington House 20–21 February 2019

As geoscientists, we strive for an integrated view of the Earth beneath our feet. Yet, barriers are created by technical disciplines, prevailing methods and data availability. This unique workshop examines what can be gained from building shared models through time and how challenges that lie in their way can be overcome.

Call for abstracts deadline: 30th September 2018



20th – 21st Feb 2019