Global CCS Institute EuropeMember MeetingBergen, 8th May 2012Philip Ringrose, Project Network Steering Committee
Contents1. The Projects2. The Network  |               |   |   |   2
1) The Projects  |          |    |   |   3
A strong portfolio                                                                    Sleipner, NO                        ...
BełchatówProject developer: PGE      Partners: Alstom, Dow Chemical,      PGI, Gazoprojekt, Schlumberger.Capture      260M...
Update Bełchatów     Comprehensive FEED study completed.     Capture Ready status for new-build 858 MW e Power Plant     o...
Compostilla Project developer: Endesa     Partners: CIUDEN, Foster Wheeler. Capture     330MWe oxy-combustion.            ...
Update Compostilla     Regulation on transport and plant operation not in place (no level     playing field in the market)...
Don Valley Project developer: 2CO Energy Capture     650 MWe pre-combustion. Transport     175 + 175 km pipeline.         ...
Update Don Valley     Project owned by 2Co, and Samsung C&T recently agreed to     take a strategic 15% stake in the proje...
JänschwaldeProject developer: VattenfallInvestment: €1.5bn (€1.2bn for capture)Capture      250MWe post-combustion.      5...
Update Jänschwalde Due to the ongoing impasse in the German CCS law, Vattenfall has decided to halt plans for its CCS demo...
Porto TolleProject developer: ENELCapture      264MWe (net) post-combustion.      Construction permit for new 2GW power pl...
Update Porto Tolle  Pilot in Brindisi has run over 2.400 hrs (promising results in the  energy consumption).  Problems wit...
ROAD, RotterdamProject developer: Maasvlakte CCS Project      Partners: E.ON Benelux, GdF SuezCapture      250MWe (net) po...
Update ROAD     Design of capture plant is complete     Draft permits (environmental/spatial) are about to be published.  ...
SleipnerProject developer: Statoil      Partners: ExxonMobil, TotalCapture      In operation since October 1996.      Gas ...
Update Sleipner                                                                           Geophysical                 CO2 ...
2) The Network |          |    |   |   19
What is the CCS Project Network?     Established in 2009 to generate early benefit from a coordinated     European action ...
Network update – change of secretariatNew secretariat for the Network effective 21 March 2012.The new secretariat consists...
How do we operate?Structure    Members, bound by Membership Agreement and Knowledge Sharing    Protocol.    Steering Commi...
What have we done?   Thematic webinars April/May 2012.   Working sessions in Oslo and Hamburg (2010) and Rotterdam (2011)....
What will we do?A deeper and more focused approach to knowledge sharing:     Collecting data and sharing them in-line with...
What are our challenges going forward?The real challenge is in progress of the projects themselves!      If the projects a...
ConclusionsThe Network is in a good shape.We need to go deeper into knowledge sharing(vs. exchange of lessons learned “onl...
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  1. 1. Global CCS Institute EuropeMember MeetingBergen, 8th May 2012Philip Ringrose, Project Network Steering Committee
  2. 2. Contents1. The Projects2. The Network | | | | 2
  3. 3. 1) The Projects | | | | 3
  4. 4. A strong portfolio Sleipner, NO Gas processing 1Mtpa CO2Don Valley, UK Power sector 650 MW, pre- Bełchatów, PL combustion Power sector 5 Mtpa CO2 250MW, post-combustion 1.8Mtpa CO2 ROAD, NL Jänschwalde,Power sector DE 250MW, Power sector post- Compostilla, ES 300MW, Power sector 323MW, Porto Tolle, IT combustion post-combustion & oxyfuel Power sector 250MW, post-1.1 Mtpa CO2 combustion oxyfuel 1.6 Mtpa CO2 1.7Mtpa CO2 1 Mtpa CO2 | | | | 4
  5. 5. BełchatówProject developer: PGE Partners: Alstom, Dow Chemical, PGI, Gazoprojekt, Schlumberger.Capture 260MWe post-combustion. Lignite. Transport 60-140km pipeline. Storage Deep saline aquifer. Onshore. 1.8 MtCO2/yr. | | | | 5
  6. 6. Update Bełchatów Comprehensive FEED study completed. Capture Ready status for new-build 858 MW e Power Plant obtained. Storage site selection completed. Feasibility study for transport completed. Ongoing public engagement campaign. | | | | 6
  7. 7. Compostilla Project developer: Endesa Partners: CIUDEN, Foster Wheeler. Capture 330MWe oxy-combustion. Transport 150km pipeline. Storage Deep saline aquifer. Onshore. 1.6 MtCO2/yr. | | | | 7
  8. 8. Update Compostilla Regulation on transport and plant operation not in place (no level playing field in the market). - Capture: Technology Development Plant in advanced stage of construction. - Transport: Pipeline design concluded. - Storage: - Preliminary characterization of subsurface structures well advanced. - Technology Development Plant fully operational in 2013. - Action plan for public engagement. Major challenges are non-technical (finance, regulatory and public perception). | | | | 8
  9. 9. Don Valley Project developer: 2CO Energy Capture 650 MWe pre-combustion. Transport 175 + 175 km pipeline. Storage EOR, depleted gas reservoirs or deep saline formation. Offshore. 5 MtCO2/yr. | | | | 9
  10. 10. Update Don Valley Project owned by 2Co, and Samsung C&T recently agreed to take a strategic 15% stake in the project. Scope of the project broadened (includes EOR). National Grid’s initial public consultation complete, with a preferred onshore route recently announced | | | | 10
  11. 11. JänschwaldeProject developer: VattenfallInvestment: €1.5bn (€1.2bn for capture)Capture 250MWe post-combustion. 50MWe oxy-combustion. η=36% (38%). Flexible operation (50-103%). 97% availability targeted. Lignite. Transport 50-100km pipeline. Storage Deep saline aquifer (or gas field). Onshore. 1.7 MtCO2/yr. | | | | 11
  12. 12. Update Jänschwalde Due to the ongoing impasse in the German CCS law, Vattenfall has decided to halt plans for its CCS demonstration project in Jänschwalde. Unfortunately the project will also be leaving the Network in the coming month. Lessons learnt from this project will be shared with the other Network members at the Network knowledge sharing even on the 24-25th of May. | | | | 12
  13. 13. Porto TolleProject developer: ENELCapture 264MWe (net) post-combustion. Construction permit for new 2GW power plant issued Jan 2011 (η =45%). Retrofit of one 660MW unit. Transport 100km pipeline. Storage Deep saline aquifer. 20km offshore. ~1 MtCO2/yr. | | | | 13
  14. 14. Update Porto Tolle Pilot in Brindisi has run over 2.400 hrs (promising results in the energy consumption). Problems with permit base power plan (conversion oil to coal) have been solved. Transposition of EU Directive accomplished. - Transport: - Application for permits ground surveys submitted. - Injection: - Feasibility studies for subsurface structure and injection system. - FEED for platform and well(s). - Storage: - Ongoing modelling of storage site and engineering of exploration drilling. - Application for exploration permit ongoing. | | | | 14
  15. 15. ROAD, RotterdamProject developer: Maasvlakte CCS Project Partners: E.ON Benelux, GdF SuezCapture 250MWe (net) post-combustion. Power plant η=46% (with capture plant η=36% (designed)). Baseload. 90% capture. Transport 25km pipeline. Storage Depleted gas reservoirs. Offshore. 1.1 MtCO2/yr. | | | | 15
  16. 16. Update ROAD Design of capture plant is complete Draft permits (environmental/spatial) are about to be published. Storage permit has been successfully reviewed by the Commission, which has given its first Opinion Flow assurance study has been completed Storage facility negotiations are progressing well FID Q2, 2012 | | | | 16
  17. 17. SleipnerProject developer: Statoil Partners: ExxonMobil, TotalCapture In operation since October 1996. Gas processing Conventional amine capture. Transport 1km delivery pipe. Storage Deep saline aquifer. Offshore. 0.9 Mtpa CO2 stored. Over 13 Mt CO2 injected to date. | | | | 17
  18. 18. Update Sleipner Geophysical CO2 injection history monitoring 2D surveys 14 13 Accumulated injected CO2 12 Wellhead pressure stable at ~ 64 – 65 bar 11 Wellhead temperature set at 25 oC 10 [million tons] 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Year The Sleipner CO2 story | | | | 1818
  19. 19. 2) The Network | | | | 19
  20. 20. What is the CCS Project Network? Established in 2009 to generate early benefit from a coordinated European action on CCS-demonstration projects Current members includes the seven projects; however Jänschwalde will unfortunately be leaving the Network until the project is restarted Projects fulfilling qualification criteria can joinObjectives Enabling knowledge-sharing amongst projects Leverage experience of projects in order to gain public confidence about CCS Promote CCS, EU leadership and cooperation potential to third parties/countries | | | | 20
  21. 21. Network update – change of secretariatNew secretariat for the Network effective 21 March 2012.The new secretariat consists of:  The Global CCS Institute is a not-for-profit independent entity. It’s global members include 350 government, industry, academia bodies. It focuses on knowledge sharing and assisting projects  IFPEN is a public-sector research, industrial innovation and training centre active in the fields of energy, transport and the environment.  TNO applies scientific knowledge with the aim of strengthening the innovative power of industry and government.  SINTEF is one of the largest independent European research institutes, focusing on power generation and energy conversion technologies, distribution and end-use. | | | | 21
  22. 22. How do we operate?Structure Members, bound by Membership Agreement and Knowledge Sharing Protocol. Steering Committee provides leadership. Advisory Forum provides guidance. Wide outreach to stakeholders and dissemination of data and findings.Activities Regular knowledge sharing events, reporting & dissemination. Knowledge reporting form twice-yearly. Website and Intranet. International links. Engagement with forums such as ZEP. | | | | 22
  23. 23. What have we done? Thematic webinars April/May 2012. Working sessions in Oslo and Hamburg (2010) and Rotterdam (2011). Knowledge sharing event in Porto Tolle, Compostilla and Lódz (2011). Advisory Forum-meetings in Brussels in 2010 and 2011. Four themes have been focussed on in 2010 and 2011. Public Engagement. Risk Management (2010). Permitting. Storage (2011).and Lessons learned reports have been published on the 2010 and 2011themes. | | | | 23
  24. 24. What will we do?A deeper and more focused approach to knowledge sharing: Collecting data and sharing them in-line with the Protocol. Reviewing the current system for data collection and sharing. Greater and clearer dissemination of findings More focused topics to be developed in 2012: Public Engagement Regulatory Development Storage (monitoring, characterisation) Development of “new” tools such as webinars and methods for fast- bilateral exchange. | | | | 24
  25. 25. What are our challenges going forward?The real challenge is in progress of the projects themselves! If the projects are in a good shape, the Network is in a good shape. Some projects on the verge of important decisions. Main hurdles: Project finance Time Public and political support for storage Extrinsic threats | | | | 25
  26. 26. ConclusionsThe Network is in a good shape.We need to go deeper into knowledge sharing(vs. exchange of lessons learned “only”).The real challenges lie in the progress of the projects themselves andthe hurdles which seem to remain unchanged whilst time goes on(a generally felt concern). | | | | 26

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