Current Status of
Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project
Global CCS Institute
Japan Regional Members’ Meeting 2014
June 19, 2...
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Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd.
 Overview of the Tomakomai Demonstration Project
 Investigation Works at Tomakomai ...
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Company Profile and Project Framework of JCCS
Project Frameworks -Functions of JCCSCo...
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Flow Scheme of CCS Demonstration Project
Overview of the Tomakomai Demonstration Proj...
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Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd.
Overall Schedule of CCS Demonstration Project
Overview of the Tomakomai Demonstration...
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For CCS commercialization after 2020;
 demonstrate overall CCS system from capture t...
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2.Investigation Works at Tomakomai Site
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Evaluation on existing geological data
Site Survey
・3D seismic survey
・Survey wells
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Investigation Works at Tomakomai Site : JFY.2009~2011
Tomakomai Area
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Geological Evaluation on Moebetsu Formation
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(C.I.=50m)
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3.Demonstration Facilities &
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Gas pipeline
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Bird’s Eye View of Onshore Facilities
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Observation well
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Control Building
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Marine environment shall be surveyed based on “Act on Prevention of
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4. Progress at the Tomakomai Site
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Schedule in EPC Period of the Tomakomai CCS Project
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Laying of industrial water supply pipeline(June 2013)
Presentation room in the site ...
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作業台船 海王(2014年2月)
最大吊荷重 400t吊
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Construction Work of the Monitoring System...
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Marine Environmental Survey
Marine environmental survey in winter season (February 2...
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(1) Information Disclosure
 to be properly, timely and transparently
 to inform mo...
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CCS forum(Mar. 2014)
Panel exhibition at a
shopping mall (Sep. 2013)
Kids science ro...
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Real Time View of the Tomakomai Site
Visit JCCS homepage to see real time view of th...
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Thank you for your attention.
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  1. 1. Current Status of Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project Global CCS Institute Japan Regional Members’ Meeting 2014 June 19, 2014 Masanori Abe Japan CCS Co., Ltd. (JCCS)
  2. 2. 2 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd.  Overview of the Tomakomai Demonstration Project  Investigation Works at Tomakomai Site  Demonstration Facilities & Monitoring Systems  Progress at the Tomakomai Site Contents
  3. 3. 3 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Company Profile and Project Framework of JCCS Project Frameworks -Functions of JCCSCompany Profile JAPAN CCS Co., Ltd. Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) Private Companies CCS Relating Companies, ( Domestic and Overseas ) Implementation of CCS Demonstration Projects Universities Contract Technical Cooperation Investment Subcontract Execution Execution Personnel Research Organizations (Domestic and Overseas ) Date of Incorporation: May 26, 2008 Business Description: A comprehensive investigation for and implementation of CCS Demonstration Projects in Japan Capital: 243 mm yen Shareholders: 35 companies 11 electric power, 5 engineering, 4 petroleum, 3 petroleum resource developing, 4 general trading, 2 iron and steel, 2 city gas, 1 chemical, 1 non-ferrous metal and cement, 1 steel pipe, 1 special trading President: Shoichi Ishii, JAPEX Directors: 6 representing the shareholders’ industries No. of Staff: about 50
  4. 4. 4 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Flow Scheme of CCS Demonstration Project Overview of the Tomakomai Demonstration Project Compressor CO2 source PSA off gas containing CO2 corresponding to more than 100,000 t/year Injection wells Pipeline, approx. 2.5km PSA (Hydrogen production unit) Capture facility Reservoir : Sandstone layers of Moebetsu Fm. 1,000~1,200m under the seabed Existing oil refinery Injection facility Capturing CO2 of more than 100,000 t/year Activated amine process Reservoir : T1 Menber of Takinoue Fm. 2,400~3,000m under the seabed Pipeline Reservoir : T1 Member of Takinoue Fm. 2,400~3,000m under the seabed
  5. 5. 5 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Overall Schedule of CCS Demonstration Project Overview of the Tomakomai Demonstration Project
  6. 6. 6 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. For CCS commercialization after 2020;  demonstrate overall CCS system from capture to storage,  confirm existing technologies adopted in the system work properly and efficiently,  demonstrate CCS system is safe and reliable,  confirm effectiveness of site selection guideline by demonstrating no leakage,  clear up anxiety about earthquakes by the data collected, • no influence by natural earthquakes on CO2 stored • not arise perceptible earth tremor by CO2 injection  confirm guidelines for geological models to built and to improve,  prepare technical standards of operation and safety for the project,  disclose project information & data and assist citizens in understanding CCS,  clarify various tasks to be improved or solved toward commercialization. Purpose and Tasks of the Demonstration Project Overview of the Tomakomai Demonstration Project
  7. 7. 7 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 2.Investigation Works at Tomakomai Site
  8. 8. 8 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Evaluation on existing geological data Site Survey ・3D seismic survey ・Survey wells Geological evaluation report of the Tomakomai area Reservoir simulation ・Construction of simulation model ・ Long-term simulation of CO2 movement Basic Plan of CCS demonstration project at the Tomakomai area Conceptual design works ・CO2 capture processes (Capture facility) ・CO2 transportation methods ・CO2 injection system(Injection facility) Monitoring program Outcome from the Investigation Phase of Tomakomai Site JFY.2009~2011 Investigation Works
  9. 9. Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 9 Investigation Works at Tomakomai Site : JFY.2009~2011 Tomakomai Area Hokkaido Is. Sapporo Tomakomai Tokyo Tomakomai 2km Modeled Area for Moebetsu Fm. (8 km x 15 km) Modeled Area for Takinoue Fm. (8 km x 12 km) 3D Seismic (2009) 3D Seismic (2010) Survey well (CCS-2) Survey well (CCS-1) Investigation Works
  10. 10. 10 From a document of “The evaluation Committee for CCS Demonstration Project of METI (2011)” E-W Section NS 0 2.0 1.0 3.0 0.5 1.5 2.5 3.5 0 2.0 1.0 3.0 TwoWayTime(sec) 0.5 1.5 2.5 3.5 1 Km By Google 2km N-SSection Well A Quaternary Mukawa Fm. Moebetsu Fm. Nina Fm. Biratori + Karumai Fm. Fureoi Fm. Takinoue Fm. Moebestu Fm. Sandstone layer Moebestu Fm. Mudstone layer Takinoue Fm. T1-Member TwoWayTime(sec) Geological Structure of the Tomakomai Site North-South Section by 3D Seismic Survey Investigation Works
  11. 11. Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 11 苫小牧CCS-1傾斜掘り予実績 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 1,800 2,000 2,200 2,400 2,600 2,800 3,000 3,200 3,400 -100 100 300 500 700 900 1,100 1,300 1,500 1,700 1,900 VerticalDepth(m) Horizontal Displacement (m) -1,600 -1,400 -1,200 -1,000 -800 -600 -400 -200 0 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 N(+)/S(-)(m) E(+)/W(-) (m)20"Casing @200m 13-3/8"Casing @1408m 9-5/8"Casing @2749m 7"Liner:3700 m <PLAN VIEW> <SECTIONVIEW> KOP : 870m BUR : 3.0deg/30m EOB : 1320m Hole Angle : 42.07 deg Actual MD : 3700m Vertical Depth : 3046.89m Holizontal Displacement : 1757.00m Surface : X=-152,965.378 Y=-52,024.990 Target : X= -153,856.757 Y=-51,277.031 計画 実績 ・For Takinoue Fm. ・Term: Nov. 2010 – Mar. 2011 ・Deviated well ・Drill depth : 3,700m ・Vertical depth : 3,047m ・Horizontal reach : 1,757m ・Max. inclination : 42° Section view of Tomakomai CCS-1 Survey Wells: Tomakomai CCS-1 & CCS-2 ・For Moebetsu Fm. ・Term: Apr. 2011 – Jul. 2011 ・Vertical well ・Drilled depth : 1,218m Rig: 48.5m high Rig: 30.2m high Tomakomai CCS-1 Tomakomai CCS-2 Investigation Works
  12. 12. 12 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Reservoir Cap rock m m m ※Cross-sectional view along the trace of the injection well for the Takinoue Formation Injection Well for Moebetsu Fm. (projected) Injection Well for Takinoue Fm. Cap rock Reservoir Landward Seaward T1 Member of Takinoue Fm. (Volcanic Rocks) Fureoi Fm. (Mudstone) Quaternary sediment Moebetsu Fm. (Mudstone) Takinoue Fm. (Mudstone) Nina Fm. (Mudstone) Moebetsu Fm. (Sandstone) Mukawa Fm. (sandstone, mudstone, etc.) Biratori-Karumai Fm. (Mudstone) Depthinmeters(bMSL) Schematic Cross Section Investigation Works
  13. 13. 1313 遮蔽層 貯留層 圧入井 1km 1km 圧入井 1km 1km 圧入井 100% 0% 50% 1.5mol/kg 1.0mol/kg 0.5mol/kg 0mol/kg 1km 1km 1km Moebetsu Formation : Long-term simulation Gas CO2 saturation (base case) Dissolved CO2 (base case) PROFILE (E-W) PROFILE (E-W) 1km PLAN PLAN Cap rock Reservoir Cap rock Reservoir (3)1,000 years after the completion of injection Injection Well Injection Well Injection Well Injection Well Investigation Works From a document of “The evaluation Committee for CCS Demonstration Project of METI (2011)”
  14. 14. 14 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Geological Evaluation on Moebetsu Formation  The reservoir, a sandstone layer of Lower Quaternary Moebetsu Formation is distributed 1,100 to 1,200 m deep below the seabed.  Porosity and permeability of the reservoir are 20 to 40% and 9 to 25md, respectively.  The reservoir is covered by an about 200m thick mudstone layer of the Moebetsu Formation as a cap rock.  The reservoir has gentle monocline structure with a NW dip of 1 to 3 degrees at the planned injection point. Depth structure map for the top of the reservoir Survey Well Tomakomai CCS-1 Planned Injection Well Investigation Works From a document of “The evaluation Committee for CCS Demonstration Project of METI (2011)”
  15. 15. 15 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. (C.I.=50m) Fault Survey well Tomakomai CCS-1 Planned injection Well  The reservoirs is the T1 Member of the Takinoue Formation of 2,400 to 3,000 m deep below the seabed.  Miocene saline aquifer composed of volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks of about 600m thick.  Porosity and permeability of 3 to 19% and 0.01md to 2.6D, respectively.  Covered by about 1,100m thick Miocene mudstone layers (Fureoi Formation, Biratori-Karumai Formation and Nina Formation) as cap rocks.  Anticlinal structure with a NNW-SSE trending axis in a wider range.  Planned injection point penetrates the north-eastern wing of the anticline with a NE dip of about 15 degrees. Depth structure map for the top of the Takinoue Formation Geological Evaluation on Takinoue Formation Investigation Works From a document of “The evaluation Committee for CCS Demonstration Project of METI (2011)”
  16. 16. 16 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 3.Demonstration Facilities & Monitoring Systems
  17. 17. 17 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Gas pipeline Injection well for Moebetsu Formation Injection well for Takinoue Formation Gas supply facility CO2 injection facility CO2 capture facility 500m0 250 ©Google © 2013 ZENRIN Image © 2013 DigitalGlobe Positional Relation of Onshore Facilities
  18. 18. Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 18 Bird’s Eye View of Onshore Facilities
  19. 19. 19 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Observation well Tomakomai CCS-1 (wellhead) 2 Injection wells (wellhead) Observation well for Moebetsu Formation (vertical) Working area of 3D seismic survey OBC (Ocean Bottom Cable): used for 2D seismic survey and monitoring of micro-seismicity and natural earthquakes. OBS (Ocean Bottom Seismometer): used for monitoring of micro-seismicity and natural earthquakes. OBS OBS OBS OBS Observation well for Takinoue Formation (vertical) High-sensitivity Seismograph Station Plan View of Injection & Monitoring Systems © Google Image © 2013 DigitalGlobe Data SIO, NOAA, U.S. Navy, NGA, GEBCO Image © 2013 TerraMetrics Facilities & Monitoring Systems
  20. 20. 20 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Control Building Moebetsu Fm. Sandstone Layer Takinoue Fm. T1 Member OBSOBS Permanent-Type OBC OBSOBS Conceptual Diagram of Monitoring System Observation Well Moebetsu Fm. Observation Well Takinoue Fm. Hi-net Data (National EQ) Observed Signals Observed Signals Observed Signals Onshore Seismometer Tomakomai CCS-1 (Converted to a Monitoring Well) CO2 CO2 Inj. Well Moebetsu Fm. Inj. Well Takinoue Fm. ObservedSignals ObservedSignals ObservedSignals ObservedSignals : Pressure & Temperature Sensor : 3-Component Seismic Sensor : CO2 Flow Meter Facilities & Monitoring Systems
  21. 21. 21 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Marine environment shall be surveyed based on “Act on Prevention of Marine Pollution and Maritime Disaster” by which geological storage of CO2 under the seabed is regulated. Marine Environmental Survey 1. Survey Area (Fig) • At 12 survey points in the Tomakomai port area 3. Surveys in three stages 2. Methods of Survey • Seabed survey by Side-Scan Sonar and Sub-bottom Profiler • Current direction and speed survey by Current Meter • Sampling of seawater by Water Sampler for concentration of salt etc. and plankton observation • Seabed mud survey by Bottom Sampler • Collection of benthos by Net or Dredge Unit • Observation of benthos by divers or ROV 0 1 2km 想定調査海域 現地海洋環境調査範囲(案) 苫小牧港港湾計画図に加筆 Survey Area Marine Environmental Survey Plan • During EPC period • During demonstration operation ⁻ During CO2 injection ⁻ After CO2 injection • After demonstration operation Modified from Tomakomai Port Plan Facilities & Monitoring Systems
  22. 22. 22 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 4. Progress at the Tomakomai Site
  23. 23. Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 23 Schedule in EPC Period of the Tomakomai CCS Project FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 Onward Onshore Facilities Injection WellsMonitoringSystem Injection well for Takinoue Formation Observation well converted from survey well Observation well for Moebetsu Formation Marine environmental survey OBC OBS Offshore 2D seismic survey Baseline Observation Observation well for Takinoue Formation Engineering Operation Injection Site work Onshore seismometer OffshoreOnshore (Temperature, Pressure, Seismicity) Baseline Observation (Seismicity) Baseline Observation (Seismicity) Observation Observation OBC ( Ocean Bottom Cable ) : used for 2D seismic survey and monitoring of micro-seismicity and natural earthquakes. OBS ( Ocean Bottom Seismometer ) : used for monitoring of micro-seismicity and natural earthquakes. Observation As of Apr. 9, 2014 Baseline survey Drilling Drilling Drilling Retrofitting Installation Installation Drilling Installation Test Measurement Commissioning Test Measurement Test Measurement Installation of observation equipment Installation of observation equipment Installation of observation equipment Baseline surveys (seasonal) Injection well for Moebetsu Formation
  24. 24. Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 24 Laying of industrial water supply pipeline(June 2013) Presentation room in the site office (February 2014) Laying of drainage pipe(April 2014) Site office (July 2013)Digging work Water pipeline Tool-box-meeting at the site office Drainage pipe & outlet Construction Work of the Onshore Facilities
  25. 25. Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 25 作業台船 海王(2014年2月) 最大吊荷重 400t吊 船体寸法 72m×25m Construction Work of the Monitoring System Installation of high sensitivity seismic station (March 2013) Boring of installation hole (200m) Data gathering & transmission house Shooting vessel Laying of temporary OBC Offshore 2D seismic survey – baseline survey (August 2013) Air lift for burying OBC Laying of permanent OBC (February 2014) Barge for laying work
  26. 26. Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 26 Marine Environmental Survey Marine environmental survey in winter season (February 2014) Marine environmental survey in summer season (August 2013) Preparing survey equipment Safety meeting Survey ship BenthosSurveying benthos Egg mass of squids 1m-square frame Buoy for mark
  27. 27. 27 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. (1) Information Disclosure  to be properly, timely and transparently  to inform more about CCS  to respond diligently and faithfully (3) Approach to Young Generation  Young generation of the FORUM attendants were only small percentage.  More attractive events for young generation should be necessary. (2) Safety & CO2 Seepage  to consider not only economic effect but also safety  to inform risks more in detail about CO2 seepage Development & disclosure of monitoring plan ① Panel Exhibitions: will be held frequently in many places with improvement of contents following progress of the project. ② Lecture Meetings: will be continuously held to assist better understanding of CCS (The next lecture meeting will be held in January 2013.) ③ Site Visits: such as injection wells and construction site will be planned for better understanding of the demonstration project. ④ Real-time View: A camera will be installed at the construction site to provide real-time view of the site, which will be open on the JCCS homepage. ⑤ Lecture Meetings for Young Generation Lecture meetings will be continuously held in Tomakomai and its surrounding area. ⑥ Hands-on Science Rooms for Children Hands-on science classrooms will be held for school children to understand global warming and CCS system. Typical Opinions at the FORUM Public Outreach from FY2011 – FY2013  Panel Exhibitions; 67 times in total, in Tomakomai, its 4 neighbor towns & Sapporo.  Small Lecture Meetings; more than 30 times in Tomakomai & all over Japan.  CCS Forum; 3 times in Tomakomai. More than 700 citizens attended in total.  Kids Science Rooms: 10 times in Tomakomai in FY2013  Site Visits and Displays at Environmental Exhibitions are also carried out.
  28. 28. Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. 28 CCS forum(Mar. 2014) Panel exhibition at a shopping mall (Sep. 2013) Kids science room(Dec. 2013) Site visit(Jul. 2013) Global warming prevention exhibition 2013 (May 2013) Eco-Products exhibition 2013 (Dec. 2013) Press release (Jan. 2014) CCS lecture meeting at a university (May 2013) Banners Cartoon film for understanding about CCS “ The beautiful earth ☆ our planet ” Live-camera view at the JCCS homepage (Mar. 2014) Recent Public OutreachActivities
  29. 29. 29 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Real Time View of the Tomakomai Site Visit JCCS homepage to see real time view of the Tomakomai demonstration site at http://www.japanccs.com.  Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari is recommended.  Access “Library” and then “Live Camera” at the Japanese site. At present, “Live Camera” at the English site is under construction.  Enter ID and password. They are on the web page.  10 seats are available at a time
  30. 30. 30 Copyright 2014 Japan CCS Co., Ltd. Thank you for your attention. http://www.japanccs.com
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