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Global CCS Institute Meeting 20 June 2013. Presentation on regional status of CCS - by Barry Jones, General Manager - Asia Pacific Global CCS Institute.

Global CCS Institute Meeting 20 June 2013. Presentation on regional status of CCS - by Barry Jones, General Manager - Asia Pacific Global CCS Institute.

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  • 1. Barry Jones, General Manager – Asia Pacific 20 June 2013 REGIONAL STATUS OF CCS IN ASIA
  • 2. The Global CCS Institute 2 The Global CCS Institute accelerates carbon capture and storage, a vital technology to tackle climate change and provide energy security.  We advocate for CCS as a crucial component in a portfolio of technologies required to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  We drive the adoption of CCS as quickly and cost effectively as possible by sharing expertise, building capacity and providing advice and support to overcome challenges.  Our diverse international Membership comprises governments, global corporations, small companies, research bodies and non- government organisations committed to CCS as an integral part of a low–carbon future.
  • 3. Globally Connected Membership INSTITUTE MEMBERSHIP NUMBERS AND LOCATIONS TOTAL 376 76 138 82 3 5 74
  • 4. Economic growth – IEA 2°C scenario 4Source: International Energy Agency 2012
  • 5. Economic growth – IEA 2°C scenario 5Source: International Energy Agency 2012
  • 6. Energy growth: drivers outside the OECD countries Source: International Energy Agency 2012 6
  • 7. CCS plays an important role in emission reductions Energy-related CO2 emission reductions by technology SOURCE: IEA NOTE: Percentages represent share of cumulative emissions reductions to 2050. Percentages in brackets represent share of emissions reductions in the year 2050.
  • 8. CCS and power – the role of Asia Source: International Energy Agency 2012 8
  • 9.  Released October 2012, and updated in January 2013.  Comprehensive coverage on the state of CCS projects and technologies.  Progress outlined since 2011.  Challenges and recommendations for moving forward. The Global Status of CCS: 2012 Key Institute publication
  • 10. Volume of CO2 potentially stored by large-scale integrated projects CCS is already contributing, but progress must be accelerated 10
  • 11. CCS is already contributing, but progress must be accelerated 11 Volume of CO2 potentially stored by large-scale integrated projects
  • 12. Current large-scale projects distribution 12
  • 13. Large-scale integrated projects by stage and region/country
  • 14. Rate of progress differs between stages Large-scale integrated projects by asset lifecycle and year 14
  • 15. Progress is also different across regions
  • 16. Volume of CO2 potentially stored by storage type and region
  • 17. Status of storage assessments
  • 18. CCOP storage mapping program (1) • Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in Asia and South-East Asia (CCOP)  Institute support for a CO2 storage mapping program in the CCOP member countries  Preparation work for a CO2 Storage Atlas that presents the best available estimates of potential CO2 storage capacity Map of CCOP countries 18
  • 19. CCOP Storage Mapping Program (2) • CCOP Work Program Phase 2 – April 2016 till March 2017 Application in Member Countries CCOP Storage Atlas Phase 1 – April 2014 till March 2016 Three country case studies (onshore and offshore) Case Study estimations of storage capacities Facilitation Phase – March 2013 till March 2014 Align goals and objectives Agree methodologies and workflow, training courses and workshops 19
  • 20. LSIPs by capture type and region
  • 21. CCS policy and funding support 21
  • 22. Many small scale significant projects in Asia  Japan  Tomakomai integrated project; several pilot and bench scale projects  China  Many demonstration projects, up to 120,000t/yr (capture) and 100,000t/yr (integrated capture and storage)  Korea  Boryeong 10 MW thermal capture facility  Taiwan  Taiwan Cement Corp calcium looping plant  CPC YHS gas field CO2 injection 22
  • 23. Also other promising developments in Asia  Indonesia  Roadmap and scoping studies developed ; companies active; ADB and other international organisations active  Malaysia  Scoping study; university courses; regulatory review  India  Scoping study; several companies interested  Other ASEAN  Scoping studies also developed for Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines - but very early 23
  • 24. Regional trends – Middle East ADNOC and Masdar are working together on a CO2 EOR project, due to start up in 2016, which would be the first full-scale CCS project for steel in the world. Saudi Aramco’s Uthmaniya test site will begin its injection operations starting in 2014. This project is expected to provide long term storage of CO2 for EOR for when it is required. Kuwait is looking into a pilot project and in February 2012 KPC, the IEA and OPEC held a workshop to discuss CO2‐EOR and its role in the early demonstration of CCS. Bahrain has a CCS capture (only) facility from which the captured CO2 of an existing petrochemical plant are used for urea and methanol production. Qatar Petroleum in collaboration with Shell and Qatar Science and Technology Park, and Imperial College London, established a research centre focusing on developing reservoir simulators leading to enhanced subsurface understanding.
  • 25. Conclusion – CCS in Asia  Much of the world’s future energy and emissions growth will be in Asia  CCS has great potential to assist in reducing Asia’s CO2 emissions  China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan all have active CCS R&D programs and operating small scale pilot or demonstration projects  ASEAN and individual ASEAN countries are taking an active interest in CCS  CCS is ‘on the radar screen’ in India 25
  • 26. Conclusion - What needs to be done  Climate change legislation not progressing sufficiently.  Need to include CCS in the portfolio of clean technologies with equitable incentives and treatment - lowering cost of meeting reduction targets in the long run.  Funding for CCS demonstration projects should be accelerated and incentives increased from current base.  Re-invigorate the case for CCS and collaborate to boost its profile. 26

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