In cooperation with the IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme (IEAGHG), the Energy Research Network (EnergyRN) is pleased to announce the 14th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference Melbourne 21-26 October 2018 (GHGT-14) eJournal. This eJournal is available to all subscribers at no charge and contains abstracts of the conference papers with links to the full text in the SSRN eLibrary.
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The Greenhouse Gas Control Conference (GHGT) series started in 1992 and is the premier conference addressing technology options for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It is a well-established and prestigious bi-annual event where the scientific, industrial, and policy communities gather to exchange new knowledge, information, and ideas on greenhouse gas mitigation issues. The main focus of the conference series is Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS), and the conferences cover all aspects of CCS from capture to storage, and non-technical topics from policy to public acceptance.

The GHGT-14 Conference was hosted in the city of Melbourne, Australia, on 21st - 26th October 2018. The Technical Programme consisted of 71 sessions containing 352 Oral presentations and 430 Poster presentations, under 12 main themes with 116 sub-themes. All Oral and Poster presentations were required to submit papers for these proceedings. There were 1012 attendees from 31 countries.

The GHGT-14 conference opened soon after the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C was published. The key conclusions from this latest IPCC report have highlighted the scale of greenhouse gas emission reduction that needs to be achieved to avoid potentially catastrophic climate change and the important roles for CCS in achieving this. These conclusions were presented in an opening keynote by Thelma Krug, Vice-Chair of IPCC, and reinforced the overall context for the conference and the need for development and deployment of CCS technologies.

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