Report D5.5 “Questioning CCS: Developing Best Practice Public Engagement Guidelines”
Report D5.4 “Lessons Learned from a long term collaboration process with a group of Dutch citizens: towards societally embedded CO2 geological storage projects”
On the 2nd of November, at the Aula Lucchesi of the Earth Science department of the Sapienza University, the four students of the International Master on CO2 Geological Storage completed their studies, with the final defence of their master's theses.
New open access publication available online - WP7
ENOS Public report 2.4 - CO2GeoNet
ENOS public report 2.3 coordinated by University of Nottingham
ENOS Public report 2.2 coordinated by BRGM
This document presents the 13th Open Forum and the workshops. It also summarizes the event visibility and the key messages.
This document presents the 12th Open Forum and the workshops, and summarizes on event visibility and key messages.
The call for Academic Year 2019-2020 is now open and the deadline is 15th of January 2020
The deliverable D3.2 of the ENOS project is freely available
7-8 MAY 2019, S.Servolo island, Venice
4th webinar of the ENOS Experience Sharing Focus Groups is dedicated to the topic of "public communication and engagement in the development of CO2 storage projects"
Papers presented by ENOS partnership at the GHGT-14 conference are now available online in Conference Proceedings
ENOS Newsletter n.3
3rd webinar of the ENOS Experience Sharing Focus Groups is dedicated to the topic of " CO2 supply, onsite handling and injection strategies“ for CO2 storage pilots
extended application deadline: 31st January
The Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) conferences represent the world-leading international events on greenhouse gas mitigation technologies
Extended application deadline: 31st March
The Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum Policy Group recognised the valuable contribution of the ENOS project to advancing CO2 capture, utilisation, and storage technologies
The BASRECCS–ENOS knowledge-sharing workshop took place in Tallinn (Estonia) on 26 September 2018. It was a joint activity of the BASRECCS and the project ENOS.
In July of 2018 four researchers from ENOS partner UniRoma1 spent a very productive and interesting week in the UK, networking and collaborating with scientists from Strathclyde University in Glasgow UK.
Researchers from Sapienza University of Rome (UniRoma1) and the British Geological Survey (BGS) spent a week in Ailano in early October, 2018, to conduct measurements and collect samples test the sensitivity and practicability of cutting-edge CCS monitoring tools in real-world, large-scale settings.
In liaison with ENeRG – the European Network for Research in Geo-Energy - ENOS project contributed to the organisation of the Petroleum Engineering Summer School (PESS 2018) at the Inter-University Centre (IUC) in Dubrovnik between 4 and 15 of June 2018.
How to enable onshore CO2 geological storage in the Baltic Sea Region
Presentation of Ceri Vincent (BGS) on ‘New technology development for CO2 storage’ at the All Energy Conference in Glasgow, May 2018
Joint workshop on "New horizons in geological and geo-environmental monitoring" - 21-23 March 2018
2nd workshop of Experience sharing Focus groups dedicated to “Advanced techniques for site characterisation”, 23 April 2018.
ENOS workshop dedicated to “Storage site solutions: monitoring and verification”, 26 April 2018
by Jean-Charles Manceau, Jérémy Rohmer and Pascal Audigane
2nd webinar of the ENOS Experience Sharing Focus Groups dedicated to the topic of "Smart" drilling for CO2 storage sites - reduction of costs
ENOS Newsletter n.2
On March 2, 2018, ENOS partner UniRoma1 (Università di Roma “La Sapienza”) had the pleasure to host researchers from Korea to exchange knowledge and ideas on shallow CO2 injection experiments.
23-26 April 2018, S.Servolo island, Venice
by Kris Piessens, Roman Berenblyum, Carlos de Dios, Vit Hladik, Mariëlle Koenen and Kris Welkenhuysen
Promoting CCS through education: a series of e-lectures covering various aspects of CCS. The lectures will help to grow public awareness on climate change and mitigation action utilising CCS.
1st webinar of the ENOS End User Commitee. The goal of this webinar is to present the project, the idea behind the best practice documents and end-user participation.
Advanced course on geological storage of CO2
1st webinar of the ENOS Experience Sharing Focus Groups dedicated to Data archiving and Management
Illustrated tables for learning about the ENOS project.
8-9 MAY 2017, S.Servolo island, Venice
by Alla Shogenova and Kazbulat Shogenov (CO2GeoNet-TTUGI)
by Vit Hladik (CGS)
by Karen Kirk (BGS)
by Niels E. Poulsen (CO2GeoNet-GEUS)
by Domagoj Vulin (CO2GeoNet-UNIZG-RGNF)
by Alexandra Dudu (CO2GeoNet-GeoEcoMar)
by Giorgia Pinna (OGS)
by Gillian Pickup (CO2GeoNet-HWU)
by Samuela Vercelli (Sapienza University of Rome)