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TechnologyNetworkLogoThe IEA enables innovation through a wide range of international Energy Technology Initiatives, or ETIs1. Through the ETIs, more than 6,000 experts from over 50 countries work together to accelerate advances in energy technologies.


Fossil fuels

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

Recent activities and findings

Clean Coal Centre policy briefing notes 

New from the Clean Coal Centre 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.   

Microalgae removal of CO2 from flue gas - webinar

The next Clean Coal Centre webinar on microalgae removal of CO2 from flue gas  will take place on 22 April 2015, 13h CET.  If you are unable to attend the event live it can be downloaded any time after the event from the webinar page here.  

Global dialogue on gas and oil innovation

Presentations from two recent workshops on Unconventional Resource Technology and Offshore Safety Technology are now available on the Gas and Oil Technologies initiative website.    

Call for papers: Seventh International Conference on Clean Coal Technologies (CCT2015)

Organised by the Clean Coal Centre and the Central Mining Institute of Poland, this four-day event will take place in Krakow, Poland from 17-21 May 2015.  The call for papers opens 1 September and registration will be possible from January 2015.  More...

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 Clean Coal Centre presented as chapters on specific topics related to coal and its use in clean coal technologies.  More...

The Implementing Agreements 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.

1Information or material of the IEA Energy Technology Initiatives, or ETIs, (formallly organised under the auspices of an Implementing Agreement), including information or material published on this website, does not necessarily represent the views or policies of the IEA Secretariat or of the IEA's individual Member countries. The IEA does not make any representation or warranty (express or implied) in respect of such information (including as to its completeness, accuracy or non-infringement) and shall not be held liable for any use of, or reliance on, such information.