28 February, 2023 Bangkok Bangkok Thailand

Basics of CCUS IPTC

28 February 2023
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Bangkok, Thailand

 

Who Should Attend
This course is for geologists, environmental scientists, and geological regulators, policy makers and investors who are interested in carbon capture and storage.
Objectives

To provide attendees with the basics of CCUS within the context of earth system science

Course Content

This course is for geologists, environmental scientists, and geological regulators, policy makers and investors who are interested in carbon capture and storage. The course will cover: the role of CCS within decarbonisation as an aspect of earth system science; why CCS is necessary; how CO₂ is captured in industrial processes and how it can be used industrially; the factors affecting geological storage; how CO₂ stores are monitored for leakage; how CCS will be regulated; how CCS will pay for itself; and the social licence for CCS. The course will be delivered in simple non-technical language suitable for non-specialists.

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Course outline
Section 1. The Geological Carbon Cycle
Natural geological carbon sequestration; The negative greenhouse; Capturing carbon fast enough
Section 2. Anthropogenic Influences on the Geological Carbon Cycle
Fossil fuel use; Use of coal in the future; Case study Coal in Indonesia; Case study Shale gas in the US; Participant exercise: create your own energy system varying the role of CCS using the 2050 Calculator
Section 3 Capturing and Transporting Carbon Dioxide
Chemical CO₂ capture; Transporting CO₂; CO₂ and decarbonisation clusters including hydrogen; Uses of CO₂ following capture - utilisation
Question and answer and discussion on sections (1) to (3)
Section 4 Geological Storage
Creating an underground CO₂ store; Depleted fields; Saline aquifers; Long term behaviour of CO₂; Storage space calculation; CO₂ storage in India, China and South Africa; Participant Exercise/discussion: geological, planning and environmental conflicts of offshore subsurface, seabed and sea surface space in the North Sea
Section 5 Leakage and Monitoring for CO₂
How likely is leakage; Impacts of leakage; Detecting leaks; Regulation of storage
Section 6 The Finances: How Do You Make CCS Pay for Itself?
Section 7. Public Views of CCS
Participant Exercise Why did the Barendrecht CCS project go wrong?
Section 8. Challenges and Opportunities in CCS in Southeast Asia
Regional hubs; Demonstration projects; International collaboration: technology transfer and financial assistance
Question and answer and discussion on sections (4) to (7)
Bangkok Convention Centre at Centralworld
4, 5 Ratchadamri Rd, Pathum Wan
Bangkok 10330
Thailand
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Mike Stephenson British Geological Survey - Retired
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