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Barry Jones, General Manager, Policy and Membership, Global CCS Institute, presented on the global CCS project developments and prospects at the Global CCS Institute's Japanese Members' Meeting held ...

Barry Jones, General Manager, Policy and Membership, Global CCS Institute, presented on the global CCS project developments and prospects at the Global CCS Institute's Japanese Members' Meeting held in Tokyo on 8 June 2012.

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  • Notes: steady progress of projects reaching construction 2 projects in Execute in 2009 4 in 2010 6 as per our 2011 survey, updated to 7 projects at the end of 2011 with Air Products entering construction in Texas total number of LSIPs stands at 72, down by 2 projects since the release of the 2011 Status report: 5 projects were removed from the list following their cancellation: Q4 2011 – 2 in Europe (Longannet and Jänschwalde), Q2 2012 – 2 in North America (Project Pioneer in Canada and Sweeny Gasification in the US) and 1 in Australia (Coolimba) 3 new LSIP listings: Datang Daqing in China NRG Energy Parish in the US Caledonia Clean Energy Project in the UK
  • The United States: at 25 has the highest number of projects of any country or area – 4 operating, 4 in construction and 17 in development planning. a corollary of this activity is a larger number of “casualties” with 9 projects cancelled or put on hold in the past 18 months (following failure to secure government funding and/or reprioritisation of investment) This year t he United States also has its first project under construction that will store CO2 in a deep saline formation, being the Illinois Industrial Carbon Capture and Sequestration (ICCS) project, where the CO2 is being captured from a bio-ethanol plant. One new LSIP was identified in the United States since the release of the 2011 Status Report: the NRG Energy Parish CCS Project in Texas. This project was already in the Institute’s projects database as a smaller-scale project, but was upgraded to LSIP after the volume of CO2 to be captured was expanded from 375,000 tpa to 1.5 Mtpa to meet the demand for CO2 in the local enhanced oil recovery market. Europe: In the last 18 months, five projects have been cancelled or put on hold in Europe: Eemshaven Nuon Magnum in the Netherlands, Kedzierzyn Polygeneration Power Plant in Poland, Immingham CCS Project and Longannet in the UK, Jänschwalde in Germany (note there are now no LSIPs in Germany). A new UK project - the “Caledonia Clean Energy Project” - was added to our LSIP listing in March 2012, after Summit Power announced it was duplicating its Texas Clean Energy Project concept and would submit the project for funding under the UK GBP1 CCS Demonstration Competition. The NER 300 program is likely to be a catalyst for some projects in advanced development planning to reach FID. Project numbers in Canada have steadily increased since 2009 while in Australia the Gorgon CO2 Injection project is progressing and when operational will be the world’s largest CCS project injecting CO2 into a deep saline formation. China continues to be one of the most important markets for CCS deployment. The Institute identified 7 projects in China that are all in the planning stages – one new project identified since the 2011 Survey, the Datang Daqing 350 MW Oxyfuel Combustion Carbon Capture Plant (developed in Eastern China by Datang Heilongjiang Power Generation Co. Ltd and Alstom China). There are currently few projects in developing nations. The inclusion of CCS in the UNFCCC’s Clean Development Mechanism or any future mechanism post the Kyoto Protocol’s first commitment period will be critical to increasing the numbers. AT COP 17 this year there is still the potential to establish an international framework that would provide for the institutional arrangements of CCS under any future UNFCCC mechanism.
  • Changes since 2011 Status Report: - Air Products project entered construction - Volume of CO2 captured and stored at Sleipner will be expanded by 100,000 -200,000 tpa in 2012, as the existing platform will process additional gas from the nearby Gudrun field, currently under development.
  • Notes: steady progress of projects reaching construction 2 projects in Execute in 2009 4 in 2010 6 as per our 2001 survey, updated to 7 projects at the end of 2011 with Air Products entering construction in Texas total number of LSIPs stands at 72, down by two projects since the release of the 2011 Status report: 5 projects were removed from the list following their cancellation: Q4 2011 – 2 in Europe (Longannet and Jänschwalde), Q2 2012 – 2 in North America (Project Pioneer in Canada and Sweeny Gasification in the US) and 1 in Australia (Coolimba) 3 new LSIP listings: Datang Daqing in China NRG Energy Parish in the US Caledonia Clean Energy Project in the UK

Barry Jones – Global CCS Institute – Global development and prospect of CCS projects Barry Jones – Global CCS Institute – Global development and prospect of CCS projects Presentation Transcript

  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTECCS PROJECT DEVELOPMENTSAND PROSPECTSBarry Jones – General Manager, Policy and MembershipJapan Regional Members’ Meeting, Tokyo, 8 June 2012
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEOVERVIEW OF PRESENTATION  Global status of large-scale projects  Details of projects in operation or construction  Focus on what is happening in Asia, especially China  Conclusions and key messages 1
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEGLOBAL STATUS OF CCS  Global CCS Institute maintains detailed project database  Focus on Large-Scale Integrated Projects  400,000 tonnes/year or more CO2 capture for industrial plants; 800,000 tonnes/year for electricity plants  All aspects of CCS chain included – capture, transport and storage 2
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEREGULAR UPDATES ON PROJECTS STATUS 3
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEMEASURED PROGRESS OF LARGE-SCALEINTEGRATED PROJECTS SINCE 2009 4
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEPROJECT NUMBERS CONCENTRATED IN THEUNITED STATES AND EUROPE 5
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEPROJECTS ARE SPREAD ACROSS TECHNOLOGIES 6
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE CONFIRMED PROJECTS STAR VOLUME STORAGE TPROJECT NAME LOCATION CAPTURE TYPE CO2 (Mtpa) TYPE DATEIn operationShute Creek Gas Processing Facility United States Pre-combustion (gas processing) 7 EOR 1986Sleipner CO2 Injection Norway Pre-combustion (gas processing) 1 (+ 0.2 in Deep saline 1996 construction) formationVal Verde Natural Gas Plants United States Pre-combustion (gas processing) 1.3 EOR 1972Great Plains Synfuels Plant & Weyburn-Midale US/ Canada Pre-combustion (synfuels) 3 EOR 2000Enid Fertilizer Plant United States Pre-combustion (fertiliser) 0.7 EOR 1982In Salah CO2 Storage Algeria Pre-combustion (gas processing) 1 Deep saline 2004 formationSnøhvit CO2 Injection Norway Pre-combustion (gas processing) 0.7 Deep saline 2008 formationCentury Plant United States Pre-combustion (gas processing) 5 (+ 3.5 in EOR 2010 construction)In constructionLost Cabin Gas Plant United States Pre-combustion (gas processing) 1 EOR 2012Air Products Steam Methane Reformer EOR Project United States Pre-combustion (hydrogen production) 1 EOR 2012Illinois Industrial Carbon Capture and Sequestration United States Industrial (ethanol production) 1 Deep saline 2013(ICCS) formationBoundary Dam with CCS Demonstration Canada Post-combustion (power) 1 EOR 2014Agrium CO2 Capture with ACTL Canada Pre-combustion (fertiliser) 0.6 EOR 2014Kemper County IGCC Project United States Pre-combustion (power) 3.5 EOR 2015
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEPROJECT DEPLOYMENT TIMEFRAMESINDICATE NEXT FEW YEARS CRUCIAL 8
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEWHAT IS HAPPENING ELSEWHERE IN ASIA?  China – seven large scale projects in planning, many smaller projects, including some in operation  Middle East (UAE) – three projects in planning  Korea – two power sector projects in planning, both in early stages (2017-2019 timeframe)  South East Asia – scoping studies, some projects in very early planning (not yet listed)  India – very early stages 9
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTECHINA – OPERATING PROJECTS Project Name Company/Project International Scale Technology Status * Proponent Partner(s) CO2 -EOR Pilot CNPC-PetroChina 10,000tpa EOR O-2007 Project CO2 Chemical Zhingke Jinlong 8,000tpa Chemical O-2007 Utilisation utilisation Beijing Huaneng Group CSIRO 3,000tpa PCC O-2008 Gaobeidian PCC Project CO2 Use for CNOOC 2,100tpa CO2 Utilisation O-2009 Biodegradable Plastics Shidongkou PCC Huaneng Group 120,000tpa PCC O-2009 Project (1) Chongqing CPI 10,000tpa PCC O-2010 Shuanghuai PCC Project CCS-EOR Project Sinopec 40,000tpa PCC-EOR O-2010 (Shengli) Shenhua DCL Shenhua Group LLNL, West 100,000tpa Saline aquifer O-2011 Project (Phase 1) Virgina University storage Greengen IGCC Huaneng Group ADB, Peabody 100,000tpa, 1Mtpa IGCC-EOR C-2010 Project 35MW Oxy- Huanzhou Uni 50,000-100,000tpa Oxy-combustion S-2011 combustion capture Project 10
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTECHINA – PLANNED PROJECTS Operation Project Name Province CO2 volume date Facility type Capture type Sinopec Shengli Oil Field EOR Shangdong 1 Mtpa 2014 Power Generation Post-Combustion Project Datang Daqing Oxy-fuel Oxyfuel Heilongjiang 1 Mtpa + 2015 Power Generation Combustion CCS Combustion Demo Project Lianyungang IGCC with CCS Jiangsu 1 Mtpa 2015 Power Generation Pre-Combustion Project GreenGen IGCC Tianjin 2 Mtpa 2016 Power Generation Pre-Combustion Project Dongguan Taiyangzhou Guangdong 1 Mtpa 2017 Power Generation Pre-Combustion IGCC with CCS Project Shenhua/Dow Chemicals Coal to Coal-to-liquids Shanxi 5 Mtpa 2019 Pre-Combustion Chemicals Plant (CTL) Project (Yulin) Shenhua Coal to Coal-to-liquids Liquids Plant Inner Mongolia 1 Mtpa 2020 Pre-Combustion (CTL) Project (Ordos) 11
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTESOUTH EAST ASIA – SCOPING PHASE  High level scoping studies funded through the ADB Capacity Building Trust Fund (Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam)  APEC CCS Permitting Issues Report (Chinese Taipei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, People’s Republic of China, the Philippines, Republic of Korea, Thailand and Vietnam  CCOP South East Asia CO2 storage study 12
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTESOUTH EAST ASIA – MALAYSIA  In partnership with KeTTHA – CCS Scoping Study – Capacity Development Work Program – Current activity is a CCS training initiative to develop a CCS unit that can be taught in Malaysian universities and industry organisations 13
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTESOUTH EAST ASIA - INDONESIA  In participation with the ADB: – CCS Scoping Study • Development of a CCS Roadmap in the region. – Merbau Field (depleted gas field in South Sumatra) allocated to ADB for prefeasibility study on storage potential, if they want to undertake this.  Other activities in the region include: – Several Japanese and other foreign companies examining possible projects, including EOR 14
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEINDIA– SCOPING PHASE  India – CCS Scoping Study in partnership with TERI – Two consultation workshops – Capacity Assessment 15
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTECONCLUSION: PROGRESS IS BEING MADE …  CCS projects are operating today, in a number of industries and a number of countries: – often when carbon capture is already part of the industrial process and where already well explored storage locations are available; and – and often based on EOR, which provides a value on CO2.  More projects are entering construction and operation  Two large scale power station CCS projects are now under construction, along with others in other industries 16
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE…BUT A NUMBER OF CHALLENGES REMAIN  Overall number of projects static and development behind targets  High profile failures and cancellations, with many pointing to a lack of adequate policy support  Continuing issues with public acceptance of CCS, despite proven nature of individual components 17
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEKEY MESSAGES  CCS remains a key technology for GHG mitigation  Momentum cannot afford to stall if long term GHG targets are to be met  Planning and execution takes time; all elements of CCS projects must be carefully integrated  Further policy action is vital: – Projects need adequate policy support if they are to proceed and demonstrate the potential of the technology 18
  • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE www.globalccsinstitute.com