The Status of CCS, Global-CCS-Institute

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The Status of CCS, Global-CCS-Institute

  1. 1. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEStatus of Demo activities around the WorldJohn Scowcroft, General Manager – EuropeCCS: a key technology for a low-carbon European economyRomania, 06 September 2012 WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM
  2. 2. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEIntroduction Global CCS Institute 1
  3. 3. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEINSTITUTE FOCUS The Global CCS Institute connects parties around the world to solve problems, address issues and learn from each other to accelerate the deployment of CCS projects through: ASSISTING PROJECTS  bridging knowledge gaps between demonstration efforts; and  developing project-specific solutions particularly amongst early movers. SHARING KNOWLEDGE  collecting information to create a central repository for CCS information; and  creating and sharing information to fill knowledge gaps and build capacity. FACT-BASED ADVOCACY  to inform and influence domestic and international low carbon policies;  to advance understanding of appropriate risk regimes, funding and financing solutions; and  raising awareness of the benefits of CCS and its role within a portfolio of low carbon technologies. 2
  4. 4. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEInstitute website:Live updates on thestatus of CCS Comprehensive analysis Global Status of CCS reports 3
  5. 5. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEGlobal Status of CCS 4
  6. 6. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTESTATUS OF CCS 5
  7. 7. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTELSIPS BY REGION AND YEAR 6
  8. 8. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE VOLUME CO2 STORAGE DATE OF NAME COUNTRY CAPTURE TYPE (MTPA) TYPE OPERATION Operate stageLARGE SCALE Val Verde Gas Plants United States Pre-combustion (gas processing) 1.3 Mtpa EOR 1972INTEGRATED Shute Creek Gas Processing Facility United States Pre-combustion (gas processing) 7Mtpa EOR 1986PROJECTS (LSIPS) Sleipner CO2 Injection Norway Pre-combustion (gas processing) 1Mtpa (+0.2 Mtpa in Deep saline formation 1996IN Great Plains Synfuel Plant United States / Industrial separation construction) 3Mtpa EOR 2000OPERATE AND and Weyburn-Midale Project Canada (synfuels)EXECUTE PHASE Enid Fertilizer CO2 -EOR Project United States Industrial separation (fertiliser) 0.68Mtpa EOR 2003 In Salah CO2 Injection Algeria Pre-combustion (gas 1Mtpa Deep saline 2004 processing) formation Snøhvit CO2 Injection Norway Pre-combustion (gas 0.7Mtpa Deep saline 2007 processing) formation Century Plant United States Pre-combustion (gas 5Mtpa (+ EOR 2010 processing) 3.5Mtpa in construction) Execute stage Air Products Steam Methane United States Pre-combustion 1Mtpa EOR 2012 Reformer EOR Project (hydrogen production) Lost Cabin Gas Plant United States Pre-combustion (gas 1Mtpa EOR 2012 processing) Illinois Industrial CCS Project United States Industrial separation 0.4Mtpa (and Deep saline 2013 (ethanol) 0.6Mtpa in formation planning) ACTL with Agrium CO2 Canada Industrial separation 0.59 Mtpa EOR 2014 Stream (fertiliser) Boundary Dam Integrated Canada Post-combustion 1Mtpa EOR 2014 CCS Demonstration Project (power generation) Kemper County IGCC Project United States Pre-combustion (power 3.5Mtpa EOR 2014 generation) Gorgon Carbon Dioxide Australia Pre-combustion (gas 3.5Mtpa Deep saline 2015 Injection Project processing) formation 7
  9. 9. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEPOWER PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION Boundary Dam  Retrofit post- combustion capture  EOR Kemper County  IGCC with capture (pre-combustion)  EOR 8
  10. 10. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTESTATUS OF CURRENT AND PLANNEDSTORAGE PROJECTS 9
  11. 11. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEFUNDING STILL TO BE ALLOCATED 10
  12. 12. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTELEVELISED COST OF ELECTRICITY OF LOW-CARBON TECHNOLOGIES 11
  13. 13. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEPROJECT PREFERENCE OF ENABLINGPOLICY INSTRUMENTS 12
  14. 14. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEGLOBAL SITUATION  80% of the total CO2 emitted over the period to 2035 is already ‘locked-in’ by existing capital stock, leaving little room for adjustment.  If internationally coordinated action is not implemented by 2017, any new investment must be zero-carbon.  Delaying action is false economy. For every $1 of investment avoided before 2020, an additional $4.3 would need to be spent after 2020 to compensate for the increased emissions 13
  15. 15. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEBY 2050 WITHIN EUROPE, CCS PROVIDES~24 PER CENT OF THE SOLUTION, AND NOTJUST IN THE POWER SECTOR CCS power generation 12% CCS industry and transformation 12% Source: IEA 14
  16. 16. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTEKEY MESSAGES  CCS is a critical tool for combating climate change, and the costs will be higher if it is not used.  Political support and appropriate incentives are vital for project progression.  A number of power projects are on the verge of FID but making the business case is difficult.  Two power projects under construction - with government funding.  Greater collaboration and transparency between government and industry is needed. 15
  17. 17. GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE www.globalccsinstitute.com

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