Are you joining EAGE in The Hague, The Netherlands for EAGE GET2022?
This year, GET2022 will address this context along three axes:
- Continuing to showcase the work on the established uses of the subsurface for the energy transition, while broadening the scope of the debate by looking at the role of the subsurface disciplines for other energy sources.
- Following the “trademark” approaches of the GET conferences by looking at the synergies between these uses and at the technical solutions that can be “crossed over” from one industry or application to another.
- Reflecting on the underlying associated societal aspects, including financing, governance and policies, as well as the overall environmental impact and sustainability of the solutions we propose.
For more information, see here.