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Carbon Capture and Storage

Choosing the Runners and Getting to the Finishing Line

Occurred Monday, 17 January Thursday, 20 January 2022, 10:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.  |  Virtual Workshop via Zoom (London, England time)

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Politicians around the world are realising that CCS is a critical component in achieving Net Zero. They know in principle what needs to be done but lack insight into which of their many assets is a natural choice for CCS and how to convince stakeholders to commit to financial investment. If it was a horse race, they need to choose the best runners and know how to jump the hurdles to get to the finishing line.

Therefore, for the second AAPG CCS workshop, we have decided to look deeper into two subjects:

  1. Storage and Sequestration - "Runners"
  2. Reducing the cost of CCS by making the C0₂ work – "Getting to the Finish Line"

Storage and Sequestration will provide principles that you can start to apply to your own candidates to high grade options. Making the C0₂ work will help you think laterally about how to add value outside of fiscal incentives to get a project, which includes CCS, accepted for Final Investment Decision (FID).

Storage - We invite talks in this session that focus on how we physically displace indigenous subsurface pore fluid with C0₂. Depending on temperature and pressure, C0₂ can be a gas, supercritical fluid, liquid or solid. It can be relatively viscous, soluble, miscible. All these properties impact how we optimise injectivity and how we want C0₂ to interact with the in-place pore fluid.

We are looking for talks that succinctly explain these behaviours and case studies where these behaviours are demonstrated both in successful and failed injection operations.

Sequestration - Sequestration is the chemical twin of physical “Storage”. In this section we will explore the use of chemistry to lock C0₂ underground for example by rapid mineralisation with ultra mafics or adsorption by coal. Critical review and case study talks are welcome.

C0₂ in a Leading Role - By film analogy, this session will explore ways in which C0₂ is the main actor or working fluid in the process. Example topics include C0₂ Plume Geothermal Energy (CPG), Enhanced Oil and Gas Recovery where not only is the C0₂ injected into the subsurface but it is made to “work” to add value to the process.

C0₂ in a Supporting Role - C0₂ also has a supporting role to play in various processes. The most obvious one being Blue Hydrogen and the creation of other energy vectors like ammonia. Review talks on the viability of these processes and the implication for Carbon Capture and Storage/Sequestration will be considered.

 
17th January
10:00 - 10:30 Welcome
Session 1: Carbon Storage
10:35 - 11:05 CO₂ Displacing Indigenous Fluids
Eric J Mackay, Heriott Watt University
11:10 - 11:40 Fluid Flow and Trapping During CO₂ Storage &Ndash; The Physical Basis From the Rock Pore to the Field
Samuel C Krevor, Imperial College
11:45 - 12:15 CO₂ Injectivity Loss Due to Precipitation of Salt and/or Hydrate
Simon Matthias, Department of Engineering, Durham University
12:20 - 12:50 CCS in the North Sea - Status and Challenges
Bill Senior, Blue Energy
12:50 - 14:30 Lunch Break
14:30 - 15:10 Panel Discussion Moderated by Catherine Witt (Storegga)
15:15 - 15:30 Wrap up and Closing of day 1
18th January
10:00 - 10:30 Welcome
Session 2: Carbon Sequestration
10:35 - 11:05 Carbon Sequestration in Basalts
Eric Oelkers, CarbonFix
11:10 - 11:40 Tunisite: A “New” CO₂ Sequestration Mineral?
Rachel Utley, BP
11:45 - 12:15 Water-Rock Intercations and Geological CO₂ Storage in Feldspar-Rich Sandstones
Dr. Guanghui Yuan, Professor in Geology, School of Geosciences, China University of Petroleum
12:20 - 12:50 Rapid Microbial Methanogenesis During CO₂ Storage in Hydrocarbon Reservoirs
Rebecca Tyne, Oxford University
12:50 - 14:30 Lunch Break
14:30 - 15:10 Panel Discussion Moderated by Ida Lykke Fabricius (Technical University of Denmark (DTU))
15:15 - 15:30 Wrap up and Closing of day 2
19th January
10:00 - 10:30 Welcome
Session 3: Making the C02 work – Leading Roles
10:35 - 11:05 The Importance of Storage Efficiency
Catherine Witt, Storegga
11:10 - 11:40 Carbon Capture and Chalk
Ida Lykke Fabricius, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
11:45 - 12:15 CO₂ Plume Geothermal: Importance of Considering Non-Oversimplified Geology
Masoud Babaei, Deputy PGR Director of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, C24 The Mill Faculty of Science and Engineering
12:20 - 12:50 Potential Utilisation of CO₂ as a Working Fluid for Electrical Power Generation in Conjunction With CCS and Plume Geothermal
Neil Fowler, Shift Geothermal
12:50 - 14:30 Lunch Break
14:30 - 15:10 Panel Discussion Moderated by Eric Mackay (Heriott Watt University)
15:15 - 15:30 Wrap Up and Closing of Day 3
20th January
10:00 - 10:30 Welcome
Session 4: Making the C02 work – Supporting Roles
10:35 - 11:05 Case for Blue Hydrogen
Nigel Curson, Penspen
11:10 - 11:40 The NW England HyNet project and East of England Northern Endurance Partnership
Joseph Howe, University of Chester
11:45 - 12:15 TBC
12:20 - 12:50 The Commercial Reality of CCS as a Facilitator of Low Carbon Solutions
David Parkinson, Woodmac
12:50 - 14:30 Lunch Break
14:30 - 15:10 Panel Discussion moderated by Bill Senior (Blue Energy)
15:15 - 15:30 Wrap up and Closing of day 4
 
Jonathan Gordon Gluyas Jonathan Gluyas Committee Member Durham University, UK
Sean McQuaid Sean McQuaid Committee Member ERCE Evolution
Richard  Worden Richard Worden Committee Member Liverpool Universy, UK
Marta Diaz Events Manager
Snjezana MacLean Europe Office Administration
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