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Fossil fuels



Carbon, Capture and Storage
Clean Coal
Enhanced Oil Recovery
Fluidized Bed Conversion
Gas and Oil Technologies

Recent activities and findings

Addressing environmental risks associated with shale gas and oil through worldwide R&D

This technical workshop organised by the Technology Collaboration Programme on Gas and Oil (GOTCP) in conjunction with the European Commission, explored how technology can be a bridging factor in addressing environmental risks associated with safe shale gas and oil through collaborative R&D, recognising the need to pool resources, share learnings, and seek partnerships across the globe. Presentations now available on the GOTCP website here

Emission standards and control of PM2.5 from coal-fired power plant - webinar

Emission standards and control of PM2.5 from coal-fired power plant is the subject of the next webinar organised by the Technology Collaboration Programme on Clean Coal Centre (CCC TCP) and will take place on 18 May. Register here.  

The year in review for the Technology Collaboration Programme on Greenhouse Gas R&D

The 2015 Annual Review from the Technology Collaboration Programme on Greenhouse Gas R&D (GHG TCP) outlines the work undertaken and produced by the GHG TCP including confrerences, networks, technical reports, information papers and presentations made by staff members at external meetings.  Download here

EOR 37thannual workshop and symposium - call for papers

The 37th annual workshop and symposium organised by the Technology Collaboration Programme on Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR TCP), with the support of IFP Energies Nouvelles, is calling for papers before 12 May.  The workshop will take place at Rueil-Malmaison (near Paris) from 18-20 September followed by the symposium on 21 September. More... 

HELE2016 call for abstracts

HELE2016, organised by the Technology Collaboration Programme on the Clean Coal Centre (CCC TCP), is the first international meeting dedicated to the high efficiency future of coal power generation - a global forum for cutting-edge research.  Pre-register online to receive workshop updates.  The workshop will take place in Tokyo on 23-25 May 2016. 

Clean Coal Centre newsletter

Where is coal demand heading? is one of the reports featured in the February 2016 newsletter from the Technology Collaboration Programme on Clean Coal Centre (CCC TCP). For the latest reports, news and events download from the website here.

Greenhouse News - March 2016

For the latest developments in the field of greenhouse gas abatement and mitigation visit the website of the Technology Collaboration Programme on Greenhouse Gas R&D (GHG TCP) and download their March 2016 newsletter here  

Clean coal policy briefing notes 

New from the Technology Collaboration Programme on Clean Coal Centre (CCC TCP) in 2015, policy notes offer one page of analysis explaining the wider implications of the conclusions of their reports, helping put the findings in context. Available for free download here.   

Comprehensive database on the technology of coal utilisation 

Coal Online is a major free resource providing comprehensive information on the technology of coal utilisation. The information is based on published reports from the TCP on Clean Coal Centre (CCC TCP) presented as chapters on specific topics related to coal and its use in clean coal technologies. More...

The IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes in this category are reviewed by the Working Party on Fossil Fuels (WPFF)

For information on related activities carried out by the IEA Secretariat, see CoalCarbon capture and storageOil and Natural gas.

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