IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

International Scientific Congress on Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges and Decisions

Date: 10th - 12th March, 2009

Copenhagen, Denmark

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Presentations

Session 17 - Carbon Capture and Storage: Technology, Economy, Social Attitudes, Part I (10 March 2009)
Chair: Professor Wim C. Turkenburg, Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University

S17.01

Wim C. Turkenburg (The Netherlands), Carbon Capture Storage: Technology, Economy, and Social Attitudes; an introduction.

S17.02

Tim Dixon (UK), J. Gale, and B. Beck, What have we learnt to date from-large CCS projects?

S17.03

Jacob Nygaard Knudsen (Denmark), J.N. Jensen, P.J. Vilhelmsen, and O. Biede, Experience with CO2 capture from coal flue gas in pilot-scale.

S17.04

Olav Bolland (Norway), Outlook for CO2 capture technologies.

S17.05

Bruce Lani (USA), S. Plasynski, and S. Klara, United States carbon sequestration regional partnerships.

 

Session 17 - Carbon Capture and Storage: Technology, Economy, Social Attitudes, Part II (11 March 2009)
Chair: Professor Wim C. Turkenburg, Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University

S17.06

Peter J. Cook (Australia), S.M. Benson, Geological storage of carbon dioxide: current status.

S17.07

Karen Lyng Anthonsen (Denmark), T. Vangkilde-Pedersen, and L.H. Nielsen, Estimates of CO2 storage capacity in Europe.

S17.08

Grant Bromhal (USA), B. Harbert, B. McPherson, M. Deo, P. Stauffer, W. Carey, B. Strazisar, B. Kutchko, H. Viswanathan, D. Wildman, R. Pawar, W. Shik Han, and G. Guthrie, Understanding the impact of the level of characterization on performance predictions at geologic CO2 sequestration sites.

S17.09

Ron Zevenhoven (Finland), and J. Fagerlund, CO2 fixation by mineral matter; the potential of different mineralization routes.

 

Session 17 - Carbon Capture and Storage: Technology, Economy, Social Attitudes, Part III (11 March 2009)
Chair: Professor Wim C. Turkenburg, Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University

S17.10

Andrea Ramirez Ramirez (The Netherlands), M. van den Broek, H. Groenenberg, P. Lako, L. Buit, and J. Koornneef, Development of a large scale CO2 infrastructure - the case of the Netherlands.

S17.11

Howard Herzog (USA), Scaling-up Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage - from Megatonnes to Gigatonnes.

S17.12

Peta Ashworth (Australia), S. Wade, D. Reiner, D. Daamen, and K. Itaoka, Recent developments in public attitudes and acceptance of CCS: an overview of research activities and results in recent years.

S17.13

David Reiner (UK), Short-term and long-term policies to promote Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage.

 

Session 17 - Carbon Capture and Storage: Technology, Economy, Social Attitudes, poster session (12 March 2009)

P17.01

John Gale (UK), The IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme.

P17.02

Niels Peter Christensen (Denmark), F. Dalhoff, O. Biede, and M. Noer, Full-scale CCS demo plant at Nordjyllandsværket, Denmark.

P17.03

Jared Ciferno (USA), and T. Fout, Carbon dioxide capture R&D for fossil energy power plants.

P17.04

Victor Darde (Denmark), K. Thomsen, W.J.M. van Well, and E.H. Stenby, Aqueous ammonia process for CO2 capture.

P17.05

Sonja Salmon (USA), P. Saunders, and M. Borchert, Enzyme technology for carbon dioxide separation from mixed gases.

P17.06

Eva Thorin (Sweden), and J. Yan, H. Li, On thermophysical properties of CO2/H2O mixtures with impurities in oxyfuel CCS systems.

P17.07

Katta Jayaram Reddy (USA), M.D. Argyle, A. Viswatej, and D.T. Taylor, A novel method to capture and store flue gas Carbon Dioxide: accelerated mineral carbonization.

P17.08

Valentina Prigiobbe (Switzerland), M. Hänchen, M. Werner, R. Baciochi and M. Mazzotti, Mineral carbonization process for CO2 sequestration.

P17.09

Suzanne J.T. Hangx (The Netherlands), and C.J. Spiers, Coastal weathering of olivine to control atmospheric CO2 concentrations: a critical analysis of viability.

P17.10

Anja Pfennig (Germany), and A. Kranzmann, Reliability of pipe steels 42CrMo-4 and X46Cr13 during onshore Carbon Dioxide injection.

P17.11

Gareth Johnson (Canada), B. Mayer, M. Raistrick, M. Shevalier, M. Nightingale, and I. Hutcheon, Tracing the fate of injected CO2 in the subsurface using chemical and isotopic techniques.

P17.12

Karl-Heinz Wolf (The Netherlands), D. Gilding, and A. Wever, A geothermal site combined with CO2-storage.

P17.13

Ana Gomes (Portugal), Matching CO2 large point sources and potential geological storage sites in mainland Portugal.

P17.14

Daniel Vallentin (Germany), and M. Fischedick, The global comeback of coal-to-liquids (CTL) technologies: can CCS make CTL compatible with climate protection needs?

P17.15

Minh Ha-Duong (France), and R.. Loisel, Expected fatalities for one wedge of CCS mitigation at the global scale in 2050.

P17.16

Diana Schumann (Germany), P. Markewitz, A. Schreiber, S. Vögele, and P. Zapp, Environmental impacts of a German CCS strategy.

P17.17

Ad Seebregts (The Netherlands), H. Groenenberg, Implications of CCS for the Northwest European electricity market and for CO2 emissions in the Netherlands.

P17.18

Katja Pietzner (Germany), D. Schumann, M. Fischedick, and A. Esken, Social acceptance of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Germany.

P17.19

Lasse Wallquist (Switzerland), V. Visschers, and M. Siegrist, Experts’ and laypeople’s perception of carbon capture and storage in Switzerland.

P17.20

Troels Laier (Denmark), and H. Øbro, Gaining public confidence in safe CO2 underground storage in a populated area.

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