NEXT – New Energy X Suburface
A major reshaping of our energy landscape is underway, driven by the growth of new energy and low-carbon systems. This transition is fostering the emergence of new energy and storage players, powering a need for a mix of innovative technologies, a new way of collaborating, novel approaches, and new interdisciplinary subsurface understanding. The Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) and adjacent areas serve as excellent laboratories for cross-border knowledge sharing and collaboration.
The diverse sediment composition on the NCS offers new energy and storage opportunities, alongside potential risks and challenges. With over 50 years of exploration and 25 years of storage experience on the NCS, technology and geoscience knowledge transfer play a crucial role in the development of new energy and low carbon systems in a cost-effective, environmentally friendly, data-driven way.
GeoPublishing invites you to attend the 1st edition of the conference NEXT – New Energy X Subsurface this October in Bergen.
NEXT is a meeting place for the emerging extended subsurface ecosystem of traditional and new energy companies, service companies, technology providers, authorities, research, and educational institutions, working on and adjacent to the NCS, to share knowledge and innovation within new energy and low-carbon sectors. The conference will focus on the subsurface part of the CCS, offshore wind, hydrogen, and geothermal value chains. The event will cover a wide range of digital solutions, strategies, improved workflows, and subsurface assessments tailored for the next generation energy and low-carbon systems.
NEXT 2023 – New Energy X Subsurface
Grieghallen, Bergen, Norway
More information at nextenergy.no!