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EU Project Network - 8 May 2012

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Kai Tullius, Policy Officer from DG Energy discusses the EU Project Network at the Global CCS Institute Member Meeting …

Kai Tullius, Policy Officer from DG Energy discusses the EU Project Network at the Global CCS Institute Member Meeting

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  • 1. EU project networkGlobal CCS Institute Member Meeting08 May 2012Kai Tullius, Policy OfficerDG ENERGY C1
  • 2. Where do we stand on CCS? • EU committed to up to 12 CCS demonstration projects by 2015; a necessity for commercial deployment after 2020 • 2 European funding instruments and the project network were introduced • Projects face delays • How to revitalise the European demonstration programme? • Which role can the CCS project network play?
  • 3. Energy Roadmap 2050basis for developing a long-term policy framework European Council Aim of the roadmap. EU objective for 2050 – GHG emissions down to . Give more certainty to governments and investors. 80-95% below 1990 levels Looks forward to elaboration of a low-carbon 2050 . Explore routes towards a low- carbon energy system by 2050 which improve competitiveness strategy – a framework for and security of supply longer-term action in energy and related sectors . Basis for developing the 2030 policy framework and concrete milestones with MS, EP and stakeholders
  • 4. Energy Mix, Roadmap 2030/2050
  • 5. Investments in coal plants to 2050 - Low Carbon Supply Technologies scenario
  • 6. Investments in gas plants to 2050 - Low Carbon Supply Technologies scenario
  • 7. Po 200 250 300 350 0 50 100 150 Cz land ec * hR De ep nm a Gr r k Ge eece rm an B u y* lg Ro aria ma ni a UK *Ne Irel the and rla nd Sp s* ain * Ita ly Fr * an CO2 Emissions in 2008 ce MT/Year - Energy MT/Year - Industry
  • 8. 6 Conditions for successful CCS• 1) Legislative Framework• 2) Successful Demonstration• 3) Commercial Viability• 4) Public Acceptance• 5) Infrastructure• 6) Innovation
  • 9. 1) Legislative Framework • Legislation • Storage is enabled by the CCS Directive (2009/31/EC) • Transposition in MS • Deadline June 2011 • Most MS hosting demonstration projects transposed by spring 2012 • Challenges • Does legislation enable CCS in MS?
  • 10. 2) CCS demonstration programme EEPR Projects Bełchatów, PLDon Valley, 250MW UK 900 MW Rotterdam,NL Jänschwalde, DE 250MW 300MW Compostilla, ES 323MW Porto Tolle, IT 250MW
  • 11. 3) Commercial Viability• Investments in CCS demonstration will only take place if a business model for commercial roll out exists• CCS can be commercially viable after 2020 at a carbon price of €40-45 per ton of CO2• If the carbon price stays below that price additional support is needed not only for demonstration projects but also for subsequent deployment
  • 12. 4) Public Acceptance• Experience from projects: regional differences and little resistance against offshore storage• Cross border transport and offshore storage
  • 13. 5) CO2 Infrastructure• Energy Infrastructure legislative proposal adopted in Oct 2011• Support regional co-operation – regional clusters expected to kick- start the network
  • 14. 6) Innovation CCS European Industrial Initiative • Strategic objective • To demonstrate the commercial viability of CCS technologies for subsequent deployment • Technology objectives • Prove the technical and economic feasibility of CCS using existing technology • Develop more efficient and cost competitive CCS technologies • Actions • Realisation of a large scale demonstration programme • Establishment of an R&D programme on efficiency, capture, transport, and storage • CCS project network and international knowledge sharing
  • 15. CCS Project Network / Knowledge Sharing• What is the CCS Project Network?• Why establish a knowledge sharing platform?• How does the Network operate?
  • 16. What is the CCS project network?
  • 17. Why is knowledge sharing relevant?
  • 18. How does the network operate?
  • 19. Conclusions• Fossil Fuels will remain in the Energy Mix• CCS is needed for decarbonising the energy and other industrial sectors• CCS is at a crossroads• In the absence of a strong carbon price, additional support mechanisms for demonstration and deployment need to be set up• Global Knowledge Sharing of increasing importance