international acid gas injection symposium
AGIS Organizations_Sphere technology connection ltd
Sphere Technology Connection Ltd (STC) was set up in 2008 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. STC specializes in technical training and technology connection for oil and gas industry throughout the world. Since its establishment in 2008, STC has successfully hosted several training courses on Natural Gas Hydrates, Acid Gas Injection, Project Cost Control, Project Management, etc. STC also proudly and successfully hosted the First International Acid Gas Injection Symposium (AGIS2009), which included a tradeshow.
AGIS I: First International Acid Gas Injection Symposium
First International Acid Gas Injection Symposium was hold by Sphere Technology Connection Ltd. in 2009 at Coast Plaza Hotel & Conference Center. It is very successful conference with so many companies involved. Now conference proceedings are officially published by Wiley & SP Publishing Company as " Acid Gas Injection and Related Technologies ".
About AGIS I Full Proceeding, please check at following website:
AGIS II: Second International Acid Gas Injection Symposium
A successful AGIS2010 is now complete. This year's AGIS included both a Symposium, with presentations and poster sessions, and two workshops.
The keynote was presented by Dr. Stefan Bachu from Alberta Innovates - Technologies Future. Dr. Bachu is a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with former US Vice President Al Gore in 2007. Dr. Bachu' s paper titled "Subsurface Characteristics of Acid Gas Disposal Operations in Western Canada: A Precursor to CO2 Storage" set an excellent tone for the entire conference.
About AGIS-II , please check at:
AGIS III: Third International Acid Gas Injection Symposium
The Third International Acid Gas Injection Symposium was holed at Banff, Alberta, Canada from May 29, 2012 to June 1 2012.
The world's thirst for energy continues to increase. Producers of petroleum and natural gas must look to poorer quality reservoirs, those containing hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide, to fill the void. Producing these resources is dangerous because of the presence of toxic hydrogen sulfide. And the question arises as to what can be done with the by-products of these processes.
More about AGIS III, please check following links
AGIS V: Fifth International Acid Gas Injection Symposium
The Fifth International Acid Gas Injection Symposium was holed at Banf Park Lodge Resort & Conference Center in Banff, Alberta, Canada from May 19, 2015 to May 22, 2015.
For more information about AGIS V please check following links
1. AGIS V Brochure;
2. AGIS V Program: