International Workshop on Earth Degassing

2011-04-10 - 08:00 - 2011-04-13
Lanzhou, China


Dates:  April 10-13, 2011

Location:  Lanzhou, China

The workshop was organized to bring together the world’s experts in Earth degassing to share ideas, collaborate and identify problems and opportunities in Earth degassing, and issues related to energy and environment. Participants included more than 5 invited international speakers and domestic speakers from China.


Local Organizing Committee:

Zhengfu Guo (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS)

Shouyun Liang (Lanzhou Institute of Geology, CAS)

Yanqing Xia (Lanzhou Institute of Geology, CAS)

Guodong Zheng (Lanzhou Institute of Geology, CAS)


International Committee:

Zhenhao Duan (China)

Giuseppe Etiope (Italy)

David R. Hilton (USA)

Yoshio Takahashi (Japan)

Tsanyao Frank Yang (Taiwan, China)

and more



Lanzhou Center for Oil and Gas Resources, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences



All topics related to Earth degassing were welcome at the special workshop. However, the application of gas geochemistry related to Earth degassing, such as gas types, origin, flux, process, and gas-water-rock interactions etc. were addressed.


Keynote speakers:

Giuseppe Etiope (Italy)

Zhenghao Duan (PR China)

Canyao Frank Yang (Taiwan, China)

Zhengfu Guo (PR China)

Junhong Tang (China)

Hualin Wang (PR China)

Yongli Wang (PR China)

Yoshio Takahashi (Japan)

Xianbin Wang (China) 



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