Early CCUS Deployment through CO2-EOR:                            A Case for Catalyzing CCSFOSSIL.ENERGY.GOV
   Competition for Global Resources   Global Environmental Trends and Policies   Game-Changing Technology   Uncertaint...
Key Bilateral         Key Multilateral Activities              Activities  U.S.-China Clean            Carbon  Energy Rese...
Large-Scale Geologic CO2                                           Storage                                           CO2 C...
Hydrogen Energy California     IGCC with EOR   $408 Million - DOE    $4.0 Billion - Total                                 ...
The “Un-Mined Gold” Story for Energy, Jobs, and Sustainability                Domestic Energy Security                • 60...
Innovative Technology                      Jobs                      Government Revenues                      GDP Growth  ...
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U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy – Early CCUS Deployment through CO2-EOR: A Case for Catalyzing CCS – C.D. McConnell, Chief Operating Officer – Global CCS Institute Regional Meeting Washington DC – January 2012

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U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy – Early CCUS Deployment through CO2-EOR: A Case for Catalyzing CCS – C.D. McConnell, Chief Operating Officer – Global CCS Institute Regional Meeting Washington DC – January 2012

  1. 1. Early CCUS Deployment through CO2-EOR: A Case for Catalyzing CCSFOSSIL.ENERGY.GOV
  2. 2.  Competition for Global Resources Global Environmental Trends and Policies Game-Changing Technology Uncertainty FOSSIL.ENERGY.GOV
  3. 3. Key Bilateral Key Multilateral Activities Activities U.S.-China Clean Carbon Energy Research Sequestration Center Leadership Forum Global Carbon U.S.-India Coal Capture and Working Group Storage Institute Global Carbon International Capture and Energy Agency Storage Institute (various ) (Australia) FOSSIL.ENERGY.GOV
  4. 4. Large-Scale Geologic CO2 Storage CO2 Capture from Industrial Facilities Post-Combustion Capture with Enhanced Oil Recovery IGCC with Enhanced Oil Recovery Oxy-combustion IGCC with CO2 Capture (to pipeline)Advanced Technology for Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage FOSSIL.ENERGY.GOV
  5. 5. Hydrogen Energy California IGCC with EOR $408 Million - DOE $4.0 Billion - Total Southern Company Services IGCC-Transport Gasifier (CO2 to pipeline) $270 Million - DOE $2.67 Billion - Total Summit Texas Clean Energy IGCC with EOR $450 Million - DOE $1.7 Billion - Total CCPI Round II NRG Energy CCPI Round III Post Combustion with CO2 Leucadia Capture and EOR CO2 Capture from Methanol ICCS (Area I) $167 Million – DOE Air Products with EOR $339 Million - Total CO2 Capture from Steam $261 Million - DOE Methane Reformers with EOR $436 Million - Total $284 Million - DOE $431 Million - Total FOSSIL.ENERGY.GOV
  6. 6. The “Un-Mined Gold” Story for Energy, Jobs, and Sustainability Domestic Energy Security • 60 billion barrels of crude production from domestic EOR resources • By 2030 ~15% of U.S. crude oil consumption could be supplied by CO2-EOR Economic Security • $3.5 trillion in reduced expenditures on imported crude oil • 622,000 new jobs • Cost of captured CO2 in 2020: $13 - $22/tonne CO2 • Cost of captured CO2 in 2030 : $1/tonne CO2 Environmental Sustainability • Meeting President’s Goal: 83% reduction in GHG emissions by 2050 • IEA: “CCS …most important technology option” • CO2-EOR can spur deployment of commercial CCUS FOSSIL.ENERGY.GOV
  7. 7. Innovative Technology Jobs Government Revenues GDP Growth Environmental SustainabilityCreate a Compelling Choice for Fossil Energy that is Game-Changing and Sustainable FOSSIL.ENERGY.GOV

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