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Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
Introduction to OpenCCS
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Introduction to OpenCCS

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OpenCCS is a place where the CCS community comes to source and collaboratively contribute to the body of knowledge on CCS.

OpenCCS is a place where the CCS community comes to source and collaboratively contribute to the body of knowledge on CCS.

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    • 1. An overview on OpenCCS<br />May 2011<br />WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM<br />
    • 2. 1<br />Table of Contents<br />
    • 3. 2<br />Vision: OpenCCS – what is it?<br />
    • 4. 3<br />An open and collaborative area for building and sharing methodologies, best practices and lessons learned<br />A “project encyclopedia” containing assets such as: <br />Recommended project activities and work breakdown structures<br />Information on CCS projects and technologies<br />Aggregations of useful pages on other sites<br />Definitional pages to explain core CCS concepts<br />OpenCCS is structured as a &quot;project development guide”<br />OpenCCS links to the rest of the Institute site (and other sites) to create a common library of assets, linked to a delivery methodology <br />Vision: OpenCCS – what is it?<br />
    • 5. 4<br />Vision: OpenCCS – why do it?<br />
    • 6. Approach: Scope and Framework<br />An open and collaboratively developed CCS methodology, covering ...<br />Industry Capture<br />Power Capture<br />Transport<br />Storage<br />Execute<br />Evaluate<br />Operate<br />Define<br />Identify<br />Closure<br />
    • 7. 6<br />Approach: Delivery<br />Structure<br /><ul><li>Architecture
    • 8. Governance
    • 9. Change Control
    • 10. Format
    • 11. Category
    • 12. Administration</li></ul>Structure Team<br />DEMAND<br />Knowledge Needs<br />Expertise<br /><ul><li>Addressing Gaps
    • 13. Synthesis
    • 14. Review
    • 15. Custodian</li></ul>SUPPLY<br />Expertise Team<br />Content Team<br />Stakeholders, <br />Projects, Community<br />Knowledge Out<br />Content<br /><ul><li>Review
    • 16. Gap Analysis
    • 17. Sourcing
    • 18. Currency (Expiry)
    • 19. Categorisation
    • 20. Reporting</li></ul>Content Searches<br />Synthesis<br />Information In<br />SUPPLY CHAIN<br />
    • 21. 7<br />Content: The OpenCCS Frame<br />Level 1 <br />Provides the main structure for OpenCCS; i.e. the generic project development frameacross six asset stages.<br />Level 2 <br />Describes around 20 activities necessary in a certain stage of the project. Examples activities for the Define stage of a capture plant: <br />Level 3 <br /><ul><li>Describes the tasks for each of the activities in even more detail (e.g. for determining the capital costs of a storage project). In this detailed description of the activity, the objectives are set and key tasks are indentified. Furthermore, references are made to existing work in this area (including Institute reports) and attention is paid to possible risks and opportunities.</li></li></ul><li>OpenCCS: Level 1<br />
    • 22. 9<br />Structure: Content Model<br />Core Solution Offerings<br />Core Solution Offerings<br />Core Solution Offerings<br />Core Solution Offerings<br />External sites on CCS, sustainability, energy<br />Content hosted on the Institute platform<br />OpenCCS<br />Introductory Materials<br />Solutions – summary approaches to solving complex issues<br /> Frame<br />Overall Approach across the CCS Lifecycle<br />Capture Activities<br />Transport Activities<br />Storage Activities<br />Detailed Tasks<br />Governance Model<br />Best Practice Models<br /> Supporting Assets<br />(e.g. concepts, <br />technique papers)<br />
    • 23. 10<br />Structure: Content Management Lifecycle<br />Structure Team<br />Projects<br />Stakeholders<br />Specific CCS Information &amp; Knowledge<br />Guidance<br />Required CCS Information &amp; Knowledge<br />General<br />CCS Information &amp; Knowledge<br />CCS Community<br />Content Organisation<br />ContentCollection<br />Accepted Content<br />Architecture<br />Content Team<br />Content Categorisation<br />DerivedContent<br />Content Publication<br />Content Processing<br />DerivedContent<br />ExpertiseTeam<br />Content Development<br />
    • 24. 11<br />OpenCCS follows a wiki-style model to allow for open collaboration<br />New pages can be created directly into OpenCCS <br />Content from other areas of the site will be linked from OpenCCS to provide a reference guide to complement conversations. <br />Pages will be linked together into an overall approach for project implementation.<br /><ul><li>It is not a completely open editing model:
    • 25. As the content develops, controls are in place to lock down aspects of content of OpenCCS and provide it with maturity ratings.
    • 26. This is done to enforce quality and make sure that some items (such as activity plans) change in a controlled manner.</li></ul>Structure: Content Governance<br />
    • 27. Community Engagement: Expertise Database<br />Q<br />How do the economics of CCS stack up against other renewable energy economic models in meeting climate change objective? <br />Experts<br />Economic modelling<br />CCS Market and Economic Conditions<br />Market Conditions for Renewable Energy<br />Required expertise<br /><ul><li>Strong experience in energy economics
    • 28. Peer recognition</li></ul>Motivation<br />Willing to publish non-confidential information in exchange for greater access to information from other experts. <br />Contact requirements<br />Wants to be notified about any opportunity to contribute expertise in field.<br />A<br />
    • 29. Opportunity Scoping<br />Community Engagement: Mapping<br />Global Climate Change Policy<br />Comparative Tech analysis<br />Creating an enabling environment<br />CCS Policy<br />Full-scale demonstration projects<br />Funding volume<br />Domestic Policy<br />Commercial Models<br />Addressing funding gaps<br />Community engagement<br />Research and Education<br />Capture<br />Public Awareness<br />Research and Development<br />Storage<br />Transport<br />Mapping expertise against key topics …<br />
    • 30. Community Engagement: Relationship Mapping<br />Mapping influences…<br />
    • 31. Community Engagement: Relationship Mapping<br />Mapping project interdependencies…<br />Mapping key opinion leaders…<br />Mapping industry relationships…<br />Mapping conversations…<br />
    • 32. 16<br />Site walkthrough<br />http://www.globalccsinstitute.com/openccs<br />
    • 33. 17<br />Site walkthrough<br />
    • 34. 18<br />Site walkthrough<br />
    • 35. WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM<br />

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