Norway is a country rich in gas resources and an important supplier to the international energy market. The changes in the international energy market implies both challenges and opportunities. How can gas provide energy security in the global energy market? What are the research needs?
The Norwegian Gas Technology Center NTNU-SINTEF (GTS) will organize a one-day scientific conference on December 5th 2016. This year it brings on board key actors from Norway, EU and industry. The conference’s overall objective will be to identify and discuss the role of gas in the future international energy market. To do so, the conference will focus on fundamental and applied gas technology research and development by showcasing the latest work at R&D institutions, universities and industries throughout the world.
- Offshore and subsea processing and conditioning
- Gas transport from remote areas
- LNG and FLNG technologies
- Gas value chain – optimization and analyses, health and environmental impact
- Hydrogen production from fossil fuel sources with CCS
Confirmed keynote speakers:
- Frode Leversund, CEO, Gassco
- Anders Marvik, Vice President, Statoil’s EU Affairs Office in Brussels
- Morten Anker, Deputy Director General, Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy
- Fridtjof Fossum Unander, Executive Director, Division of Energy, Resources and the Environment, The Research Council of Norway
Call for abstracts
Contributions from Norwegian as well as international R&D activities and presentations from pilot- and demo-scale projects are welcome!
This blog entry was written by Maria Fernandino, Professor at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering