Science 4 Clean Energy public and dissemination events

3rd edition, Shaleology Forum, Geological Society London, 3rd October 2018

The 3rd edition of the Shaleology forum took place at the Geological Society London on Wednesday, 3rd October 2018. A number of speakers from Academia, Industry and Government presented the latest developments in the Shale Gas research. It gathered around 70 participants from academia, industry and government to present and discuss the state-of-the art of Shale Gas research in Europe. The forum triggered an interesting discussion around shale gas from different perspectives and the future potential of unconventional sources of energy.

This event was organised in the frame of the research project ShaleXenvironement, funded from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 640979Please consult the Agenda  and the List of Speakers.

More information about the event is available here.

S4CE Forum, Geological Society London, 4th November 2019

S4CE organised a day-long forum on Monday November 4th 2019 to present the project results and offer perspectives on clean energy to a wide audience from students to academia and industry representatives. While S4CE partners presented their results and findings, external speakers from other H2020 project, industries and regulatory bodies gave their insight on clean energy.

The aim was to present and discuss the state-of-the-art of geo-energy operations in Europe and in North America. We had the chance to listen to speakers from Academia, Industry and from the European Commission thanks to the participation as a keynote of a representative of the Directorate General Research & Innovation. S4CE partners CarbFix, Imperial College London, Geothermal Engineering Limited, University of Lyon and University College London. The event gathered more than 70 participants, among them the student involved in the MSc programme Global Management of Natural Resources – a great opportunity for them to envision a career in geo-energy operations thanks to a panel coming from different backgrounds related to sub-surface operations, notably geothermal operations and carbon capture and storage. The forum triggered interesting discussions from different perspectives and the future potential of geo-energy operations.

Section 1: Carbon Capture and Storage approaches

Section 2 – Energy production

Section 3 – Environmental & Societal Impact

More information about the event is available here

Watch the recorded event here


S4CE 2020 in Lyon, Université Laënnec Lyon 1, France - 3rd June 2020

More information coming up soon