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Ecet2024 Symposium & exhibition



10th September 2024

Ardoe House Hotel, Aberdeen


To submit your presentation abstract for consideration, please email by Friday 12th July.


Production Chemistry Training Ltd. (PCT) would like to invite you and your colleagues to the second Engineering Chemistry for the Energy Transition’ (ECET2024) Symposium and Exhibition to be held on Tuesday 10th September 2024 at Ardoe House Hotel, Aberdeen.

Building on ECET2023, this year’s symposium will bring together energy industry professionals to share experiences, highlight examples of best practice and explore innovative chemistries and technologies that are helping accelerate the move towards Net Zero.

Created by training and consultancy specialist PCT, ECET2024 will engage and inform industry by providing a forum for operators, contractors, academics and other stakeholders to explore technical challenges and opportunities facing the energy sectors.

Delegates will hear Subject Matter Experts reflect on the chemistries and technology opportunities needed to unlock the Energy Transition as the sectors continue to transition.

In addition to ECET2024, PCT is also holding a workshop on Wednesday 11th September 2024, again at Ardo House Hotel on Produced Water Management and the “Call for Presentation Abstracts” is open for this event until Friday 12th June 2024. More information can be found at

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Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS)

Ongoing projects in UK/Europe, engineering tools and challenges
Carbon capture technology
CO2 transport, injection and storage
Risk analysis and regulatory updates
Production chemistry challenges (scale, corrosion, hydrates, bacteria etc)
CO2 utilisation in EOR and other applications


Ongoing projects in UK/Europe, engineering challenges and costs
Converting existing oil and gas wells to geothermal
Harvesting heavy metals from geothermal brines
Production chemistry challenges (scale, corrosion, water treatment and water injection sustainability)


Ongoing projects and engineering challenges
Safety issues and regulatory updates
Production and transport
Integrity Issues
Underground storage including interaction with bacteria and other chemical reactions

Waste Management

Ongoing projects in UK/Europe
Chemistry and engineering challenges

Reducing emissions and CO2 footprint

Sustainable Chemistry
Sustainability monitoring
Chemical EOR
Digitalisation of chemical treatments

Well Decommissioning

Chemical and Engineering challenges
Gas and fluid shut off technology
Cement Plugs
Gas (CO2, CH4, H2S) and hydrocarbon leak monitors

Inspiration for this event was borne from a short course Stephen Heath (Technical Director PCT) organised for the Oil Field Chemistry Symposium 2023 held in Geilo, Norway by Tekna, focussing on The Role of Production Chemistry in the Energy Transition. Presentations were delivered relating to chemical challenges and the role chemistry plays in the journey towards the Transition to NET ZERO.

Why Attend?

  • Gain access to the latest research, technologies, and innovations in chemistry tailored specifically for the energy transition.
  • Explore strategies, technologies, and solutions for achieving sustainability goals in the energy sector, with a focus on reducing carbon intensity and environmental impact.
  • Interact with industry leaders and subject matter experts and identify potential partners for collaborative projects, research initiatives, and business ventures.
  • Explore a diverse range of products, services, and solutions offered by exhibitors that can help address challenges and drive innovation.
  • Attend presentations and panel discussions to learn from experts about best practices, case studies, and success stories.
  • Gain insights into the regulatory landscape and policy frameworks.
  • Stay updated on the latest market trends, opportunities, and challenges.
  • Enhance your knowledge, skills, and expertise.
  • Discover groundbreaking research, technologies, and projects that are driving advancements in energy production, storage, and utilisation.

We look forward to welcoming you there!

The event is not to be missed and will bring people together from across the industry to share experiences, highlight examples of best practice and explore new, innovative chemistries that are helping drive the energy transition.

On the day, we will feature technical presentations from an interesting range of speakers to inspire delegates and generate new ideas on how the industry – and specifically production chemistry – can contribute towards achieving Net Zero.

Get in touch

If you have any queries regarding the event whether as a delegate or sponsoring/exhibiting company or organisation, please feel free to contact us!

tel: +44(0)7340476232


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