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Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects
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Global CCS Institute - Day 1 - Panel 1 - International Progress on CCS Projects

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Len Heckel - Shell Quest

Len Heckel - Shell Quest

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  • 1. PANEL 1INTERNATIONAL PROGRESS ON CCS PROJECTSLen Heckel – Shell QuestLaura Miller – Summit PowerHans Schoenmakers – ROAD
  • 2. QUEST CCS PROJECT PROGRESSGlobal CSS Institute (GCCSI)International Members MeetingCalgaryOctober 10, 2012 Use this area for cover image (height 6.5cm, width 8cm) Len Heckel – Quest Venture Manager
  • 3. Quest Location Canada Alberta Fort McMurray Fort Saskatchewan Edmonton Calgary Quest Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 3 Meeting
  • 4. General FeaturesQuest CCS Project - fully integrated CCS(capture, transport & storage)Project Approval – Sept 2012JV among Shell (60%); Chevron (20%);and Marathon (20%)Located at Scotford Upgrader Complex35% reduction of Upgrader CO 2emissionsUses existing technologyCapacity to capture over one milliontonnesof CO 2 per year for 25 yearsEquiv to emissions from175,000 cars Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 4 Meeting
  • 5. Hardware Quest CCS Project CO 2 capture plant located in Fort Saskatchewan, approx 50 km N.E. of Edmonton Cement Capture at the Scotford Upgrader from 3 Hydrogen Manufacturing Units CO 2 transported by 12 inch pipeline to storage, with 6 inch laterals The pipeline will travel approx. 65 km north of the Scotford Upgrader to the chosen injection locations Route selected to meet stakeholder requirements: SAL SEAL T S  28 km follows existing ROW SHALE SEALS  Drilled under North Saskatchewan River TARGE FORMATION T  30+ re-routes to accommodate landowner wishes Base plan: 3 injection wells and associated monitoring Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 5 Meeting
  • 6. Project Approval Critical FeaturesSafe and secure storage complexCapture technology fit to base facilityDegree of economic robustnessClarity in regulatory environmentExtensive stakeholder engagement Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 6 Meeting
  • 7. Project Approval Critical FeaturesSafe and secure storage complexCapture technology fit to base facilityDegree of economic robustnessClarity in regulatory environmentExtensive stakeholder engagement Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 7 Meeting
  • 8. StorageSaline aquifer storage Surface CasingBasal Cambrian Sands (BCS) selected Cement Intermediate Casing  Storage zone is a formation called Basal Cambrian Tubing Main Injection Casing Sands (BCS) 2,300 m, Prairies deepest sandstone  Multiple caprock and salt seal layers, no significant faulting visible from wells or seismic  The BCS is well below hydrocarbon bearing formations and potable water zones in the region  Relatively few wells drilled into the BCS, none within SAL SEAL T S 10 km of the proposed storage site Packer Assembly SHALE SEALSWells and Drilling TARGE FORMATION T  3 well plan, 5 more if required Perforations allow CO 2 to penetrate the formation  Conventional drilling methods  Multiple steel casings for wells, 3 in freshwater zone, all cemented to surface Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 8 7 Meeting
  • 9. Geological Formation – BCS ComplexBasal Cambrian Sand (BCS)Complex Location Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 9 Meeting
  • 10. Geological Formation Area of Interest (AOI) CO2 Saturation DeltaPKpa Pore space area required to ensure no pressure front interference 10 Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members Meeting October 10, 2012
  • 11. MMV Framework - Containment Risk Bowtie Analysis CO2 Containment Loss Risk and Mitigation Diagram  Bulls-eye hazard assessment diagram – left: possible causes; centre: event; right: consequences Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 11 Meeting
  • 12. Measurement, Monitoring and Verification (MMV Plan) Comprehensive plan developed – entire biosphere and lifecycle Independently (DNV) certified MMV and storage plan Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 12 Meeting
  • 13. Project Approval Critical FeaturesSafe and secure storage complexCapture technology fit to base facilityDegree of economic robustnessClarity in regulatory environmentExtensive stakeholder engagement Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 13 Meeting
  • 14. Capture Design Shell ADIP-X Amine process (99%+ pure CO2),1.2 MTPa capacity Mutlistage centrifugal compressor to 8.5 Mpa (supercritical state) TEG dehydration unit Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 14 Meeting
  • 15. Capture 3D Model – HMU 1&2 Amine Stripper Amine AbsorbersCompressor (HMU 1 & 2)&DehydrationSystem Quest Progress: GCCSI InternationalForum 2012 Quest: PTAC Clean Energy Production Members October 15, 2012 October 10, 2012 15 10 Meeting
  • 16. Project Approval Critical FeaturesSafe and secure storage complexCapture technology fit to base facilityDegree of economic robustnessClarity in regulatory environmentExtensive stakeholder engagement Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 16 Meeting
  • 17. Costs/ Revenues and Funding AgreementsTotal cost of Quest – Approx. Cdn$1.4 billion  Includes Pre FID, capital and 10 years opex Cement  Capital Ratio: 80% Capture, 10% pipeline, 10% wellsRevenues – GHG offsets (credits)  Net amount – stored CO2, less direct and indirect emissions  Credits to be used first by Shell’s Alberta assets for regulatory compliance  Additional credits as early developerGovernment Funding Support – Cdn$865 million  Cdn$120 million Canadian Federal Government (Pre FID)  Cdn$745 million Alberta Province (Construction, Startup and 10 years operation) SAL SEAL T S  Extensive knowledge sharing SHALE SEALS  Stringent monitoring (MMV) plan TARGE FORMATION T  NPV Zero commitment Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 17 Meeting
  • 18. Project Approval Critical FeaturesSafe and secure storage complexCapture technology fit to base facilityDegree of economic robustnessClarity in regulatory environmentExtensive stakeholder engagement Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 18 Meeting
  • 19. Regulatory Framework and Timeframe Provincial GHG framework established  November 2010 – CCS Act passed, establishing overall structure  May 2011 – Pore space regulations set – Quest acquires required area  March 2012 – ERCB Public Hearing  July 2012 – ERCB Decision Report Issued – conditional approval  August 2012 – Quest License granted with Ministers Approval  September 2012 – W ell License approvals granted  December 2012 – Expected completion of Regulatory Framework Assessment work Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 19 Meeting
  • 20. Project Approval Critical FeaturesSafe and secure storage complexCapture technology fit to base facilityDegree of economic robustnessClarity in regulatory environmentExtensive stakeholder engagement Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 20 Meeting
  • 21. Stakeholder Engagement Extensive and continuous public engagement  1 st public project disclosure: Oct 2008 (booklet, news release and open house)  Stakeholder consultation program initiated Jan 2010  All landowners within 450 of either side of pipeline right of way  All landowners in storage AOI  All Landowners within 5 km of Scotford  Municipal districts/ local authorities  Industry stakeholders  Provincial / Federal regulators  Aboriginal communities  Open Houses: March, November 2010, September 2011 and planned November 2012  Quest Café’s: June, October 2011  Bi-annual County and Town Council updates  Quest phone line, e-mail address and web site available for project questions Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 21 Meeting
  • 22. Timeline and Upcoming Activities  Community Open Houses Q4, 2012  Well Program Q4 2012  2 additional injection wells  Associated deep monitoring and groundwater wells  Capture & Pipeline in Execute phase  Capture at 90% model review stage  Capture construction underway with foundation work Q4 2012  Pipeline construction begins Q3 2013  Operations Handover Q2 2015  Full production Q3 2015 Quest Progress: GCCSI International Members October 10, 2012 22 Meeting
  • 23. Thank You

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