KS Overview - Global CCS Members Meeting - Rotterdam 2011

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Sean McClowry, General Manager - Knowledge Management / ICT Services, and Dr Klaas Alphen, Senior Advisor, CCS Projects, presented at the Global CCS Institutes Members Meeting (Rotterdam 2011).

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KS Overview - Global CCS Members Meeting - Rotterdam 2011

  1. 1. SHARING NEW INFORMATION FROM PROJECTS AROUND THE WORLD<br />Sean McClowry – General Manager, Knowledge Management<br />10 May 2011<br />WWW.GLOBALCCSINSTITUTE.COM<br />
  2. 2. 1<br />INTRODUCTION<br />Framework<br />We have created an advanced framework on which we are executing<br />Content<br />We have valuable knowledge to share from projects, content partners and the Institute <br />Platforms<br />We have developed sophisticated digital platforms to enhance dissemination and collaboration<br />Engagement<br />We need your participation to make this work<br />
  3. 3. 2<br />OUR MISSION: share knowledge to accelerate deployment of CCS<br />Measure and Review<br />
  4. 4. INSTITUTE-SUPPORTED PROJECTS FOR KNOWLEDGE SHARING<br />American Electric Power, Mountaineer<br /><ul><li> FEED studies</li></ul>ROAD Project, Maasvlakte CCS<br /><ul><li> FEED studies & execution planning</li></ul>Rotterdam CCS Network Project, RCI<br /><ul><li> Storage and shipping studies</li></ul>Project Pioneer, TransAlta<br /><ul><li> FEED studies</li></ul>Getica, ISPE<br /><ul><li> Feasibility Study</li></ul>Chiyoda Project, Chiyoda/Tokyo University<br /><ul><li>Shuttle shipping study</li></ul>Tenaska Trailblazer Project<br /><ul><li> FEED studies</li></ul>Tenaska/Entergy Nelson 6 CCS Project<br /><ul><li>Development studies</li></ul>CarbonNet, Victorian Government<br /><ul><li>Commercial and Planning studies</li></ul>Callide Oxyfuel Project, OPTL*<br /><ul><li>Transport and CO2 injection studies</li></ul>* Letter of Intent<br />3<br />
  5. 5. KNOWLEDGE TOPICS COVERED<br />4<br />
  6. 6. FUNDED PROJECTS: Examples of recent deliverables from RCI and Tenaska Trailblazer <br />5<br />
  7. 7. FUNDED PROJECTS: Upcoming deliverables from Europe <br />6<br />
  8. 8. FUNDED PROJECTS : Upcoming deliverables from North America <br />7<br />
  9. 9. FUNDED PROJECTS: Accessing key deliverables<br />8<br />
  10. 10. 9<br />GLOBAL STATUS OF CCS: 2010<br />
  11. 11. CCS REGULATORY TEST TOOLKIT<br /><ul><li>Best practice guide for government, regulators and industry to test regulatory systems and permitting processes for CCS.
  12. 12. Takes a CCS project application through the approval process in a regulatory test exercise.
  13. 13. Suitable for national and regional governments.
  14. 14. Produced by SCCS researchers on behalf of the Scottish Government and supported by the Institute.</li></ul>10<br />
  15. 15. CCS REGULATORY TEST TOOLKIT<br /><ul><li>Exercise preparation requires:
  16. 16. Resources and governance;
  17. 17. Stakeholder engagement;
  18. 18. Regulatory analysis; and
  19. 19. Preparation for the event.
  20. 20. A one-day workshop allows stakeholders to test the regulatory system using a selected CCS project (real or simulated).
  21. 21. Managed follow-up to communicate exercise findings, agree actions and deliver benefits is critical.</li></ul>11<br />
  22. 22. <ul><li>Effective Public Engagement is essential
  23. 23. Each CCS project and community is unique:
  24. 24. Every project requires an tailored engagement process.
  25. 25. Regions may have vastly different approaches.
  26. 26. Consistent themes are emerging on areas of importance:
  27. 27. Establish effective levels of trust with local communities.
  28. 28. Communicate the case for CCS with balanced information in an ongoing dialogue with local stakeholders.
  29. 29. Ensure that outreach activities reflect a partnership approach involving joint decision making.
  30. 30. Understand the local context and identify the social value proposition.</li></ul>12<br />SHARING KNOWLEDGE ON PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT<br />
  31. 31. <ul><li>Commissioned with CSIRO and the global social research network.
  32. 32. A practical guide for project proponents to plan their engagement .
  33. 33. Provides a range of methods and activities for addressing social considerations for successful CCS project deployment.
  34. 34. Built from real case studies .
  35. 35. Will improve over time as it is used by more projects.</li></ul>13<br />SHARING KNOWLEDGE ON PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT: Toolkit<br />
  36. 36. 14<br />SHARING KNOWLEDGE ON PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT: Toolkit<br />
  37. 37. <ul><li>Pre-Announcement
  38. 38. Information Gathering
  39. 39. Initial local contact
  40. 40. Public announcement
  41. 41. Legislative Briefings
  42. 42. Stakeholder Identification
  43. 43. Jobs
  44. 44. Information Gathering
  45. 45. Value Proposition</li></ul>15<br />SHARING KNOWLEDGE ON PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT: Tenaska Trailblazer<br />
  46. 46. <ul><li>Community Outreach
  47. 47. Community Representative
  48. 48. Project Website/E-mail
  49. 49. Civic Group Presentations
  50. 50. Earned Media
  51. 51. Open House
  52. 52. Advertising
  53. 53. Air Quality Permit
  54. 54. Water Conservation
  55. 55. Legislative Outreach</li></ul>16<br />SHARING KNOWLEDGE ON PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT: Tenaska Trailblazer<br />
  56. 56. 17<br />SHARING KNOWLEDGE ON PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT: Tenaska Trailblazer<br />
  57. 57. <ul><li>Global Status of CCS Report
  58. 58. Tenaska Trailblazer Report
  59. 59. Communications and Engagement Toolkit for CCS Projects
  60. 60. Case Studies:
  61. 61. What happened in Barendrecht?
  62. 62. Carson CCS
  63. 63. FutureGen
  64. 64. CO2CRC Otway Project Case Study
  65. 65. ZeroGen
  66. 66. Towards a Public Communication and Engagement Strategy ... (Scottish Centre for Carbon Capture)
  67. 67. Best Practices for Public Outreach and Education for Carbon Storage (US DoE)
  68. 68. Community Engagement Guidelines (WRI)</li></ul>18<br />SHARING KNOWLEDGE ON PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT: Learn more<br />
  69. 69. 19<br />SHARING KNOWLEDGE ON PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT: Campaign<br /><ul><li>Reports
  70. 70. Conversations
  71. 71. Opinions
  72. 72. Toolkits
  73. 73. Methods</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>We’ve launched a Japanese knowledge sharing network
  74. 74. Involves about key staff of ~15 major CCS-related organisations in Japan.
  75. 75. Collaboration is face-to-face and on the Institute’s extranet.
  76. 76. Facilitators include JGC and its partners (Quintessa, AIST and McKinley).
  77. 77. Focused on identifying decisions and sharing knowledge on
  78. 78. National energy portfolio changes after the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis.
  79. 79. Role of CCS in a revised national energy portfolio, e.g., enhancement of the fossil power stations.
  80. 80. Risks associated with earthquakes and tsunamis on underground storage of CCS in Japan.
  81. 81. Risk of seismic activity induced by CO2 injection.
  82. 82. Will publish a public summary report in August</li></ul>20<br />HOW WE ENGAGE: Japanese CCS knowledge network<br />
  83. 83. HOW WE ENGAGE: OpenCCS project methodology<br />An open and collaboratively developed CCS methodology, covering ...<br />Industry Capture<br />Power Capture<br />Transport<br />Storage<br />Execute<br />Evaluate<br />Operate<br />Define<br />Identify<br />Closure<br />
  84. 84. 22<br />HOW WE ENGAGE: OpenCCS project methodology<br />http://www.globalccsinstitute.com/openccs<br />
  85. 85. 23<br />HOW WE ENGAGE: OpenCCS project methodology<br />
  86. 86. HOW WE ENGAGE: we’re building an expertise-driven approach<br />Q<br />How do the economics of CCS stack up against other renewable energy economic models in meeting climate change objective? <br />Experts<br />Economic modelling<br />CCS Market and Economic Conditions<br />Market Conditions for Renewable Energy<br />Required expertise<br /><ul><li>Strong experience in energy economics
  87. 87. Peer recognition</li></ul>Motivation<br />Willing to publish non-confidential information in exchange for greater access to information from other experts. <br />Contact requirements<br />Wants to be notified about any opportunity to contribute expertise in field.<br />A<br />
  88. 88. 25<br />NEXT STEPS<br />Framework<br />We’ll continue to improve on our approach based on your feedback<br />Content<br />Our library of knowledge products and expertise will grow over time<br />Platform<br />We base our approach around knowledge platforms and will be making many improvements<br />Engagement<br />Success will come with your participation<br />
  89. 89. www.globalccsinstitute.com<br />26<br />

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