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KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONSCCS PROGRESS IN CANADA: Dr Carmen Dybwad – IPAC-CO2CCUS IN THE UNITED STATES: Judi Greenwald – C2ESCC...
Carbon, Capture and Storagein AustraliaDick WellsChair, Australian National CCS CouncilGCCSI International Members Meeting...
Australia’s fossil fuel relianceCCS is the only technology currently available which cansignificantly reduce emissions fro...
Australia’s Emissions Targets and the Clean Energy Future PlanAustralia has committed to reducing emissions by:5% below 20...
Electricity Generation Mix         (Australian Treasury Core Policy Scenario)Source: Commonwealth of Australia (2011) ‘Str...
Australian CCS Progress                 Legislative                  Certainty  Knowledge-    Sharing                     ...
Australian CCS Achievements   ProjectDemonstration   • CCS Flagship projects                • Large scale pilot and small ...
Australian CCS Achievements Community    • CCS Public Awareness Raising Acceptance                and Communication Strate...
Australia’s basins ranked for CO2 potential
CCS Projects in AustraliaSource: CO2CRC 2012, CCS Activity in Australia
South West Hub ProjectInitial stage of proving up   geological storage:• Seismic modelling• Drilling stratigraphic well• L...
South West Hub Project           2010-2012: proving up storage           2012-2015: pipeline development              (Kwi...
CarbonNet Project• Location: brown coal and a large electricity generation hub.• 3 million tonnes of CO2 a year• Currently...
Otway Project• Demonstration project in  Victoria by the CO2CRC• Stage 1: Over 65,000 tonnes  CO2 successfully injected  i...
Gorgon Project
Callide ProjectStage 1 on track: retrofitting oxy-fuel  technology to an existing power plant.17 000 tonnes  CO2
Challenges for CCS Deployment in            Australia• Understanding storage capacity• Reducing capital and operating cost...
Timeframe for CCS Deployment(Treasury SGLP Core Scenario)
Summary• CCS is important to Australia• We have significant potential• Much is underway but much  remains to be done!
Thank younationalccscouncil@ret.gov.au       Perth, Australia    21 – 26 October 2012   www.nationalccs.com.au
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  1. 1. KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONSCCS PROGRESS IN CANADA: Dr Carmen Dybwad – IPAC-CO2CCUS IN THE UNITED STATES: Judi Greenwald – C2ESCCS IN AUSTRALIA: Dick Wells – National CCS Council
  2. 2. Carbon, Capture and Storagein AustraliaDick WellsChair, Australian National CCS CouncilGCCSI International Members Meeting - Calgary, Canada - 11 October 2012
  3. 3. Australia’s fossil fuel relianceCCS is the only technology currently available which cansignificantly reduce emissions from fossil fuels. Australia’s electricity generation by Australia’s Emissions Profile: energy source, 2009-10: Source: 2009 emissions from the National Source: BREE 2012, Energy in Australia 2012. Greenhouse Gas Inventory 2011, DCCEE analysis.
  4. 4. Australia’s Emissions Targets and the Clean Energy Future PlanAustralia has committed to reducing emissions by:5% below 2000 levels by 2020; and80% below 2000 levels by 2050 (proposed)
  5. 5. Electricity Generation Mix (Australian Treasury Core Policy Scenario)Source: Commonwealth of Australia (2011) ‘Strong Growth, Low Pollution: Modelling a Carbon Price’.
  6. 6. Australian CCS Progress Legislative Certainty Knowledge- Sharing Storage Community Acceptance Stakeholder R&D Engagement Project Demonstration and Financing
  7. 7. Australian CCS Achievements ProjectDemonstration • CCS Flagship projects • Large scale pilot and small scale demonstration projects Storage • Storage exploration activities Legislative Certainty • First GHG injection tenement R&D • CO2 pipeline standard study
  8. 8. Australian CCS Achievements Community • CCS Public Awareness Raising Acceptance and Communication Strategy Financing • Finance Working GroupKnowledge- Sharing • Council submissions to raise the profile of CCSStakeholderEngagement
  9. 9. Australia’s basins ranked for CO2 potential
  10. 10. CCS Projects in AustraliaSource: CO2CRC 2012, CCS Activity in Australia
  11. 11. South West Hub ProjectInitial stage of proving up geological storage:• Seismic modelling• Drilling stratigraphic well• Legislation and JV
  12. 12. South West Hub Project 2010-2012: proving up storage 2012-2015: pipeline development (Kwinana to Lesueur) Post 2015: pipeline development (Lesueur to Perdaman)
  13. 13. CarbonNet Project• Location: brown coal and a large electricity generation hub.• 3 million tonnes of CO2 a year• Currently in prefeasibility stage with exploration activities being undertaken.Geological modelof the Gippsland Basin
  14. 14. Otway Project• Demonstration project in Victoria by the CO2CRC• Stage 1: Over 65,000 tonnes CO2 successfully injected into a depleted gas reservoir• Stage 2: Experiments are almost complete for CO2 storage in saline formations
  15. 15. Gorgon Project
  16. 16. Callide ProjectStage 1 on track: retrofitting oxy-fuel technology to an existing power plant.17 000 tonnes CO2
  17. 17. Challenges for CCS Deployment in Australia• Understanding storage capacity• Reducing capital and operating costs• Developing multi-user transport networks and hubs.• Creating a nationally consistent regulatory frameworks• Ensuring community acceptance• Extending CCS to gas-fired power generation, LNG-processing and large-scale industrial
  18. 18. Timeframe for CCS Deployment(Treasury SGLP Core Scenario)
  19. 19. Summary• CCS is important to Australia• We have significant potential• Much is underway but much remains to be done!
  20. 20. Thank younationalccscouncil@ret.gov.au Perth, Australia 21 – 26 October 2012 www.nationalccs.com.au
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