Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) will play a pivotal role in tackling the world's energy trilemma. Given the unprecedented scale of the challenge to mitigate emissions, collaboration and concerted effort between industries and other stakeholders are key to ensuring efficient, affordable, and safe approaches are being adopted to see effective CCS deployment upscale rapidly.

The goals of the conference are to promote knowledge sharing on the latest capture advances from renowned experts and industry professionals, focus on subsurface workflows for CCS evaluation through technical presentations, accelerate further consideration of the application of mainstream CCS technologies in the Southeast Asia region, and exchange ideas and issues around CCS technology. To exchange valuable and actionable insights, the 3rd EAGE Conference on Carbon Capture and Storage Potential will bring together the expertise from subsurface specialists including geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, project managers, and petrophysicists, as well as research and academia. Viewpoints from policymakers, activists, financial professionals, and strategists are conjointly expected to round up the discussion and scale up the carbon capture efforts in the Southeast Asia region.



Kara Peach

Manager Offshore CCS

Australian Government - Department of Industry, Science and Resources

Jane Burton

Project Director

The CarbonNet Project

Dr. Paul Feron

CO2 Capture Science Leader


*Speakers' update is as of 29 April 2024. Stay tuned as we confirm more speakers for the conference.

Important Dates

Event dates 12-13 August 2024
Register with Early Bird Fee Until 30 June 2024
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