Dear Yosephine Devina,
The energy industry is facing continued challenges in the development of assets with high contaminants, especially those with high CO₂ and H₂S. Contaminants management has become a high priority for operators, service companies, and regulators alike. Collectively, they are looking for effective solutions to address challenges of commercialising these assets. Advancement in CCUS-related technologies is one of the key areas being considered to spur monetisation of high CO₂ gas fields, from both commercial and technical perspectives. As there are plenty fields with high contaminants that remain undeveloped, it is critical for the industry to explore all viable technologies, including options to convert contaminants into valuable products as one of the initiatives to reduce carbon emission, ultimately providing a positive environmental impact.
We are pleased to announce that the inaugural SPE Symposium: CCUS and Contaminants Management will be held from 16–17 November 2020 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Themed “Progressing CCUS and Contaminants Management into Reality”, the programme committee would like to invite you to share your knowledge by submitting an abstract.