Join ENOS and CO2GeoNet at the WCSI Conference in Lausanne

July 3 - 16.00-18:00 at booth 20
Published time: 28 June, 2019 12:00

Come and visit CO2GeoNet & ENOS at the World Conference of Science Journalists in Lausanne

The 11th World Conference of Science Journalists is just around the corner. CO2GeoNet and ENOS, invites you to come along to expo stand 23 to find your story.



 CO2GeoNet is the European scientific body on CO2 geological storage.

ENOS is the project on ENABLING ONSHORE CO2 STORAGE IN EUROPE. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 653718


CO2GeoNet and ENOS experts encourage you to ask us anything you like on the important issues of climate change and CCS (storing CO2 in the deep subsurface).



If you are a journalist writing about environmental topics like climate change and CCUS, we encourage you to come along to WSCJ expo stand 23 and make the most of CO2GeoNet and ENOS substantial information data for your stories and features. We look forward to seeing you there!

More information or requests can be sent to Paula Canteli or Niels Poulsen or CO2GeoNet Secretariat at any time. 


 Who we are

CO2GeoNet is the European scientific body on CO2 geological storage.

The not-for-profit Scientific Association currently comprises 30 research institutes from 21 European countries, and brings together over 300 researchers with the multidisciplinary expertise needed to address all aspects of CO2 storage.

With activities encompassing joint research, training, scientific advice, information and communication, CO2GeoNet has a valuable and independent role to play in enabling the efficient and safe geological storage of CO2.

CO2GeoNet was created in 2004 as a Network of Excellence supported by the EC FP6 programme for 5 years. In 2008, CO2GeoNet became a non-profit association under French law.

From 2013, the membership of CO2GeoNet expanded thanks to the support of the now completed FP7 CGS Europe project. New Members continue to join CO2GeoNet to further enhance the pan-European coverage and expertise of the Association.

The ENOS website can be found at

ENOS strives to enhance the development of CO2 storage onshore, close to CO2 emission points. Several field pilots in various geological settings will be studied in detail and best practices that stakeholders can rely on will be produced. In this way, ENOS will help demonstrate that CO2 storage is safe and environmentally sound and increase the confidence of stakeholders and the public in CCS as a viable mitigation option 


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The European network of excellence on the Geological Storage of CO2