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Technical Special Interest Communities

Decarbonization and Energy Transition

Technical Special Interest Communities

Decarbonization and Energy Transition

The EAGE DET community is the network of members interested in sharing knowledge and developing skills among geoscientists and engineers working with decarbonization and energy transition technologies, on both the geo-scientific and engineering aspects of surface and subsurface decarbonization including CO2 sequestration and the advancement of renewables such as geothermal energy production. This community is open to members in all stages of their career.

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“The link with what our industry does is obvious,
and these sessions answer questions that everyone is asking about our work.”

“This is a topic that should start to be part of the conversation more frequently. It is also interesting because it can enable the conversation about decarbonisation pathways from different sectors, industries, countries, by building a holistic view of what energy transition is and how to create a network for knowledge and experience sharing which can be translated into programmes and actions.”

– Participants of the DET Session at the EAGE Annual 2019

DET Activities

  • DET Session at the EAGE Annual
  • Local events and collaborations
  • Contributions to EAGE events and events on the topic
  • News, career advice and vacancies

DET Committee

The DET community is coordinated by a Committee that serves for a period of two years. The current Committee is serving the 2019 – 2021 term.

NameCompany / InstitutionCountry
Karin de Borst (Chair)ShellNetherlands
Benjamin Bellwad VBPRNorway
Carla Martin Clave University of Nottingham United Kingdom
Giovanni Sosio SchlumbergerFrance
Andrew RiddickBGSUnited Kingdom
Paola Tello Guerrero ASLUnited Kingdom
Philip Ringrose Equinor and NTNUNorway
Sylvain ThibeauTotalFrance

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