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What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
What is CCS Ready - Alice Gibson
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  • 1. CCS Ready Workshop Global CCS Institute Alice Gibson, Capacity Development Manager Wednesday 22 June 2011.
  • 2. THE GLOBAL CCS INSTITUTE
    • 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 by:
    • SHARING KNOWLEDGE
      • providing a central repository for CCS information; and
      • analysing and disseminating information to fill knowledge gaps and build capacity.
    • FACT-BASED ADVOCACY
      • using facts to inform and influence domestic and international low carbon policies;
      • supporting the commercialisation of CCS by advancing the understanding of appropriate funding and financing solutions and risk regimes; and
      • increasing the awareness of the benefits of CCS and the role it plays within a portfolio of low carbon technologies.
    • ASSISTING PROJECTS
      • bridging knowledge gaps between demonstration efforts; and
      • developing project-specific solutions particularly amongst early movers.
  • 3. OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION
    • This presentation will cover:
    • What is Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)?
    • An overview of CCS Ready and potential benefits;
    • Regulatory and economic drivers; and
    • Case studies (CCS Ready in action)
  • 4. WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM What is CCS?
  • 5. WHAT IS CCS?
  • 6. THE IEA BLUE MAP SCENARIO CCS PROVIDES ~20 per cent OF CO 2 MITIGATION BY 2050
  • 7. WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM What is CCS Ready?
  • 8. WHAT IS CCS READY?
    • CCS Ready is about ensuring that CCS is taken into consideration when designing and building future power plants.
    • This includes:
      • planning for sufficient land, pipelines for removal of CO2, suitable storage sites and connectivity of the generator to CCS technologies; and
      • developing appropriate policy, regulation and legislation
  • 9. INTERNATIONAL DEFINITION Home Page: www.globalccsinstitute.com
  • 10. PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL DEFINITION
    • Capture Ready Plant
    • A CO2 Capture Ready plant satisfies all or some of the following criteria:
    • 1) Sited such that transport and storage of captured volumes are technically feasible;
    • 2) Technically capable of being retrofitted for CO2 capture using one or more reasonable choices of technology at an acceptable economic cost;
    • 3) Adequate space allowance has been made for the future addition of CO2 capture-related equipment, retrofit construction, and delivery to a CO2 pipeline or other transportation system;
    • 4) All required environmental, safety, and other approvals have been identified;
    • 5) Public awareness and engagement activities related to potential future capture facilities have been performed;
    • 6) Sources for equipment, materials, and services for future plant retrofit and capture operations have been identified; and
    • 7) Capture Readiness is maintained or improved over time as documented in reports and records.
  • 11. PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL DEFINITION
    • Transport Ready Plant
    • A CO2 Transport Ready plant satisfies all or some of the following criteria:
    • 1) Potential transport methods are technically capable of transporting captured CO2 from the source(s) to geologic storage ready site(s) at an acceptable economic cost;
    • 2) Transport routes are feasible, rights of way can be obtained, and any conflicting surface and subsurface land uses have been identified and/or resolved;
    • 3) All required environmental, safety, and other approvals for transport have been identified;
    • 4) Public awareness and engagement activities related to potential future transportation have been performed;
    • 5) Sources for equipment, materials, and services for future transport operations have been identified; and
    • 6) Transport Readiness is maintained or improved over time as documented in reports and records.
  • 12. PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL DEFINITION
    • Storage Ready Plant
    • A CO2 Storage Ready plant satisfies all or some of the following criteria:
    • 1) One or more storage sites have been identified that are technically capable of, and commercially accessible for, geological storage of full volumes of captured CO2, at an acceptable economic cost;
    • 2) Adequate capacity, injectivity, and storage integrity have been shown to exist at the storage site(s);
    • 3) Any conflicting surface and subsurface land uses at the storage site(s) have been identified and/or resolved;
    • 4) All required environmental, safety, and other approvals have been identified;
    • 5) Public awareness and engagement activities related to potential future storage have been performed;
    • 6) Sources for equipment, materials, and services for future injection and storage operations have been identified; and
    • 7) Storage Readiness is maintained or improved over time as documented in reports and records.
  • 13. WHY CCS READY?
    • CCS Ready is NOT CCS, but preparation for future CCS retrofits.
    • CCS Ready:
    • Can prolong operational life of a plant
    • Helps avoid uneconomic retrofits in the future
    • Reduces potential carbon lock-in or stranded assets
  • 14. WHY CCS READY?
    • Plant has planned for future costs up front
    • CCS Ready ensures that power generators:
      • do early stage planning for future integration of capture technology;
      • look into transport options; and
      • perform due diligence on suitable storage options.
  • 15. WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM Regulatory and Economic Drivers
  • 16. REGULATORY AND ECONOMIC DRIVERS
    • CCS Ready Policy is most appropriate when drivers to adopt CCS exist or are expected soon.
    • Governments could require CCS Ready plants by law or regulation, or could encourage it through incentives such as grants or loan guarantees.
    • Potential mechanisms for implementing CCS Ready Policy include:
      • A mandate for CCS Ready could require new and/or modified plants to be CCS Ready;
      • Emissions standards that tighten over time;
      • Economic incentives for readiness;
      • Voluntary education and certification programs.
  • 17. REGULATORY AND ECONOMIC DRIVERS
    • Chances of successfully implementing a CCS Ready policy can be increased by:
      • Establishing clear roles and responsibilities for regulatory authorities, such as environmental agencies, technical and economic regulatory bodies, geological agencies, land use and zoning commissions etc.
      • Integrating CCS Ready regulations with existing approval processes will reduce the likelihood of large new administrative burdens.
      • Providing clear guidance and information to project developers (such as details on locations of potential suitable storage sites and planned CO 2 pipeline locations).
      • Taking into account jurisdiction issues, such as sources and volumes of GHG emissions and local economics of CCS.
  • 18. WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM Nelson 6: Example of a CCS Retrofit
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  • 20. FGD Absorbers
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  • 22. Absorber FGD Booster Fan Duct Compressor Electrical CO 2 Compression & Dehydration Solvent Reclaim Cooling Tower Control Bldg.
  • 23. WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM CCS Ready in action Feasibility Study of CCS-Readiness in Guangdong Province, China
  • 24. CCS-READY IN GUANGDONG PROVINCE
    • The Project Implementers are:
    • The South China Sea Institute of Oceanology;
    • The Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion;
    • The Wuhan Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics;
    • The Energy Research Institute (ERI) of the China NDRC;
    • Linkschina Investment Advisory Ltd;
    • Edinburgh University; and
    • Cambridge University.
    • Funded by the Government of the United Kingdom and the Global CCS Institute.
  • 25. CCS-READY IN GUANGDONG PROVINCE
    • Over the past 15 years Guangdong Province has generated over 8% of China’s total electricity every year.
    • The current government is actively promoting low-carbon economic development and is proposing a low carbon roadmap, which is the first of its kind in China.
    • Guangdong Province has recognised that it is well-placed to consider CCS and CCS Ready deployment.
  • 26. CCS-READY IN GUANGDONG PROVINCE: PROGRESS
    • The Project has progressed as planned in the first year
    • The team have established one of the first CCS partnerships in China: The China Low-carbon Energy Action Network (CLEAN)
    • CLEAN provides a communication and cooperation platform for promoting CCSR in Guangdong and China.
    • Established links with government and industry
    • Emissions analysis
    • Analysis of onshore and offshore storage capacity
    • Cost and benefit analysis
  • 27. CCS-READY IN GUANGDONG PROVINCE: THE WAY FORWARD
    • Storage research will be completed and effective storage capacity will be calculated for each of the basins
    • Cost models constructed
    • Capture-ready designs for 1 – 2 plants will be completed and the expected cost savings with respect to non-CC Ready plants will be calculated
    • By 2013 the Roadmap and policy recommendations for Guangdong will be proposed based on the project findings.
  • 28. WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM Global Status of CCS Ready
  • 29. www.globalccsinstitute.com

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