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Monitoring Workshop – Inaugural Meeting

  • 1 March 2005
  • Event Proceedings
  • Storage

The objective of the workshop was to get a common understanding of the current state of the art, to identify the techniques available, and to assess their limitations. This was achieved by using the results available from projects that are currently monitoring injected CO2. The aim was then to develop a view of where the technology needs to go from here, in order to develop stakeholder confidence that injected CO2 can be monitored and verified and any leakage quickly detected

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Natural Analogues for the Geological Storage of CO2

  • 1 March 2005
  • Storage

This is the final report of the Natural Analogues for the Storage of CO2 in the Geological Environment (NASCENT) project. The Nascent project has studied natural accumulations of carbon dioxide (CO2 – an important greenhouse gas, thought to be responsible for climate change) as analogues of the geological storage of anthropogenic CO2 emissions.Before large-scale underground CO2 storage can take place, it will be necessary to demonstrate that the processes are well understood, risks to the environment and human populations are low, and environmental disturbances can be minimised. One way of demonstrating that CO2 can remain trapped underground for geologically significant timescales is to provide evidence from existing naturally occurring accumulations. These accumulations occur in a variety of geological environments and many can be demonstrated to have retained CO2 for periods longer than those being considered for CO2 storage.

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Building the Cost Curves for CO2 Storage: European Sector

  • 1 February 2005
  • Costs of CCUS
  • Storage

This report reviews the development of a CO2 storage cost curve for Europe. The study has been carried out by The Netherlands Geological Survey (TNO-NITG) in co-operation with the geological surveys of Britain (BGS) and Denmark and Greenland (GEUS).

Technical Report

Building the Cost Curves for CO2 Storage: North America

  • 1 February 2005
  • Costs of CCUS
  • Storage

This report reviews the development of a CO2 storage cost curve for North America, which covers on-shore USA and Canada. The study has been carried out by Battelle, USA in co-operation with the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board, Canada.

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Retrofit of CO2 Capture to Natural Gas Combined Cycle Power Plants

  • 1 January 2005
  • Capture

Most of the power plants currently being built in developed countries are natural gas fired combined cycle plants. Such plants could potentially be good candidates for CO2 capture retrofit because they are relatively new and have high thermal efficiencies. This study assesses the feasibility and costs of retrofitting CO2 capture to modern natural gas combined cycle plants. The study was carried out by Jacobs Consultancy Netherland B.V.

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