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GHGT-16 conference in Lyon
10 NOV

GHGT-16 conference in Lyon

More than 10 researchers from CERE participated at the GHGT-16 conference in Lyon, France starting from the 23rd of October.

Baker Hughes logo
28 OCT

We are pleased to announce that Baker Hughes have joined the CERE consortium.

Baker Hughesis an international industrial service company and one of the world's largest oil field services companies. The company provides the oil and gas industry with...

CORT kickoff meeting
04 OCT

New Innomissions projects

CERE is represented in several projects in the recently started Innomissions pool 1 projects supported by Innovation Foundation Denmark.

13 SEP

CERE researchers receive Villum Experiment grants

Professor Georgios M. Kontogeorgis and Postdoc Tian Wang have received Villum Experiment grants.

Gabriel Moraes Silva
05 SEP

Gabriel Moraes Silva received the Helmut Knapp Poster Award

PhD student Gabriel Moraes Silva received the Helmut Knapp Poster Award for his work entitled “The specificities of the different deviations of the Debye-Hückel equations...

WasteEng 2022 Group Picture
15 JUL

Hands-on waste valorization science

The annual WasteEng (Engineering for Waste and Biomass Valorization) conference has evolved into the world’s leading academic forum for practical circular economy solutions...

CERE Discussion Meeting - Group Picture
08 JUL

CERE has picked up the gauntlet

CERE Discussion Meeting 2022: After two years of pandemic, things are NOT back to normal since a wave of transition is sweeping across the energy resources sector.

ESSS Logo
11 MAY

ESSS - new Consortium member

We are pleased to welcome ESSS as the latest consortium member company

Mine in Greece to host innovative CO2 capture demonstration plant
31 MAR

Mine in Greece to host innovative CO2 capture demonstration plant

The Grecian Magnesite mine produces magnesium compounds, which have a wide range of applications, ranging from animal nutrient supplements to the pharmaceutical industry...

Photo: Isaac Appelquist Løge
02 MAR

Students from Petroleum Engineering visited the Maersk Resolve jack-up rig at...

The Maersk Resolve is an impressive piece of engineering, capable of drilling in water depths of 106 m and drilling wells up to 10.668 m.

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