CCP Publications Database Registration
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The registration process will take only a few seconds. Simply enter your name, e-mail address and optionally provide details of the area you work in, and you will immediately be sent a short password that provides unrestricted access to the database.
Note: Your username will be the e-mail address you supplied.
Why do I need to register?
Database registration enables genuine users to have free access to technical papers and presentations. At the same time, it helps the CO₂ Capture Project (CCP) monitor download patterns, optimise the system, and exclude antisocial users.
What will happen to my details?
Your name and e-mail address will be stored on our secure server. You will not be sent unsolicited promotional e-mails by CCP. And your details will never be passed on to any third-party.
Will I receive any e-mails from the CCP?
There is an opt-in check box to receive occasional e-mail updates about new papers or publications on CO₂ Capture. You will only recieve updates if you tick the check box. Messages will be sent directly to you by the CCP. You will can opt-out of updates at any time.
Learn more about CO₂ capture and storage by visiting www.ccsbrowser.com