01 gccsi - Early careers winter school, 9-12th January 2012, University of Cambridge

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01 gccsi - Early careers winter school, 9-12th January 2012, University of Cambridge

  1. 1. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTETHE STATUS OF CCSMeade Harris, Regional RepresentativeUKCCSC Winter School, CambridgeJanuary 10, 2011WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM
  2. 2. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEMISSION The mission of the Global CCS Institute is:  to be a centre of excellence for CCS knowledge;  to accelerate the development and deployment of CCS globally; and  to help ensure that CCS has a significant role in reducing the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. 1
  3. 3. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEMEMBERSHIPGlobal Region Breakdown – November 2011 Total Membership: 330* Europe 125 Americas 67 Middle East Asia 3 57 Africa 4 Australasia 74 Representation Offices: * Includes Foundation Members and Registered Member Locations Collaborating Participants
  4. 4. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE INSTITUTE-SUPPORTED PROJECTS FOR KNOWLEDGE SHARING 1. RCI 12. Maersk (Rotterdam CCS Network) (Maersk Oil) 7. ROAD Storage and shipping studies Shipping EOR / (Maasvlakte CCS) Feasibility Study FEED studies & 6. Getica execution planning (ISPE)4. Pioneer Feasibility Study (TransAlta)FEED studies 8 Chiyoda (Chiyoda/Tokyo University) Shuttle shipping study2. Trailblazer (Tenaska) FEED studies 10. Callide Oxyfuel (OTPL) 3. Nelson 6 Transport and CO2 injection(Tenaska/Entergy) studiesDevelopment studies 5. Mountaineer 9. Collie Hub (American Electric Power) (Western Australian Government) FEED studies General reports INSTITUTE FUNDING STATUS 11. CarbonNet 13. CarbonNet (Victorian Government) (Victorian Government) Active Commercial and Planning studies MMV scope study Commencing / Under discussion Completed
  5. 5. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTERECENT RELEASE  The Global Status of CCS: 2011 Report is now available. 4
  6. 6. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEMEASURED PROGRESS OF LARGE-SCALEINTEGRATED PROJECTS SINCE 2009 5
  7. 7. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEGLOBAL SPREAD OF PROJECTS 6
  8. 8. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEPROJECT NUMBERS CONCENTRATED IN THEUNITED STATES AND EUROPE 7
  9. 9. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTECONCENTRATION ON POWER GENERATION 8
  10. 10. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEPROJECTS ARE SPREAD ACROSSTECHNOLOGIES 9
  11. 11. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE LARGE-SCALE INTEGRATED PROJECTS (LSIPS) IN OPERATION 10
  12. 12. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTELARGE-SCALE INTEGRATED PROJECTS (LSIPS) INCONSTRUCTION 11
  13. 13. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEALLOCATED GOVERNMENT FUNDING ISMOSTLY TO POWER 12
  14. 14. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTETHERE IS FUNDING THAT IS STILL TO BEALLOCATED 13
  15. 15. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEREGIONAL BIAS TOWARDS STORAGESELECTION 14
  16. 16. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEKEY MESSAGES  Early mover projects are found in industrial applications and with EOR for storage.  Two power projects are now under construction with aid of government funding and EOR revenue.  A number of power projects are on the verge of FID but making the business case is proving difficult and time consuming.  Greater collaboration and transparency between government and industry is needed.  Storage assessments in deep saline formations can have long lead times – need to start now. 15
  17. 17. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE www.globalccsinstitute.com

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