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The Global CCS institute – The Global Status of CCS – Brad Page, Chief Executive Officer – Global CCS Institute Regional Meeting Washington DC – January 2012
 

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    The Global CCS institute – The Global Status of CCS – Brad Page, Chief Executive Officer – Global CCS Institute Regional Meeting Washington DC – January 2012 The Global CCS institute – The Global Status of CCS – Brad Page, Chief Executive Officer – Global CCS Institute Regional Meeting Washington DC – January 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTETHE GLOBAL STATUS OF CCSBrad Page – CEOWWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM
    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEThe Global Status ofCCS: 2011 report(presentation data now includesDecember 2011 Update)
    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEMEASURED PROGRESS OF LARGE-SCALEINTEGRATED PROJECTS SINCE 2009 Operate Execute Define Evaluate Identify 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Number of Projects 2011 (December Update) 2010 2009
    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEPROJECT NUMBERS CONCENTRATED IN THEUNITED STATES AND EUROPE United States Europe area CanadaAustralia and New Zealand China Middle East East Asia Africa 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Number of Projects 2011 (December Update) 2010 2009 4
    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTECO2 IS BEING CAPTURED AND STORED United States Europe area Australia and New Zealand Canada China Middle East East Asia Africa 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Confirmed and Potential Volume of CO2 (Mtpa) Operate Execute Planned
    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTECONFIRMED PROJECTS VOLUME STORAGE STARTPROJECT NAME LOCATION CAPTURE TYPE CO2 (Mtpa) TYPE DATEIn operationShute Creek Gas Processing Facility United Pre-combustion (gas 7 EOR 1986 States processing)Sleipner CO2 Injection Norway Pre-combustion (gas processing) 1 (+ 0.2 in Deep saline 1996 construction) formationVal Verde Natural Gas Plants United Pre-combustion (gas 1.3 EOR 1972 States processing)Great Plains Synfuels Plant & Weyburn-Midale US/ Canada Pre-combustion (synfuels) 3 EOR 2000Enid Fertilizer Plant United Pre-combustion (fertiliser) 0.7 EOR 1982 StatesIn Salah CO2 Storage Algeria Pre-combustion (gas processing) 1 Deep saline 2004 formationSnøhvit CO2 Injection Norway Pre-combustion (gas processing) 0.7 Deep saline 2008 formationCentury Plant United Pre-combustion (gas 5 (+ 3.5 in EOR 2010 States processing) construction)In constructionLost Cabin Gas Plant United Pre-combustion (gas 1 EOR 2012 States processing)Air Products Steam Methane Reformer EOR United Pre-combustion (hydrogen 1 EOR 2012Project States production)Illinois Industrial Carbon Capture and United Industrial (ethanol production) 1 Deep 2013Sequestration (ICCS) States saline formationBoundary Dam with CCS Demonstration Canada Post-combustion (power) 1 EOR 2014Agrium CO2 Capture with ACTL Canada Pre-combustion (fertiliser) 0.6 EOR 2014Kemper County IGCC Project United Pre-combustion (power) 3.5 EOR 2015
    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE CONCENTRATION ON POWER GENERATION Power GenerationNatural Gas Processing Synthetic Natural Gas Fertiliser Production Coal-to-liquids (CTL) Hydrogen Production Iron and Steel Production Oil Refining Chemical Production 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Number of Projects
    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEREGIONAL BIAS TOWARDS STORAGESELECTION United States Europe areaAustralia and New Zealand Canada China Middle East East Asia Africa 0 Mtpa 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Potential Volume of CO2 (Mtpa) Enhanced Oil Recovery Deep Saline Formations Depleted Oil and Gas Reservoirs Various / Not Specified
    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE NON-SPECIFIC STORAGE CHARACTERISATION SCHEMATIC ‘Greenfield’ deep saline formation 1. Pathway to characterisation 1. Oil or gas producer has draws on existing data andStorage Cost already defined reservoir production history. 1. No production / predictive suitability for EOR as part 2. Studies on infrastructure history available – start of Reserves Additions provision options may be from initial screening then process. required. progress to exploration & 2. Transport and storage appraisal activities. infrastructure already or Depleted oil 2. May be failures so portfolio not onerous to put in or gas of drill options to be place. reservoir considered. 3. CO2 sale to oil or gas 3. ‘Proof of concept’ may be producer provides an more rigorous in absence important source of of historical performance incremental revenue to date. the capture source. 4. Can take 5 – 10 years from screening to CO2 injection. EOR Timeline to CO2 Injection
    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEPROJECT DEPLOYMENT TIMEFRAMES160140120100 80 Planned 60 40 Execute 20 Operate 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
    • GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEKEY MESSAGES  CCS projects are found in a number of applications (often when carbon capture is already part of the industrial process and where already well explored storage locations are available).  Two power projects are now under construction with the aid of government funding and EOR revenue.  A number of projects have indicated they could be in a position to decide on a financial investment decision within ~12 months but ‘tying a ribbon’ around the business case is time consuming and difficult.  Storage assessments in deep saline formations can have long lead times – needs to be carefully integrated with capture planning.