The importance and current status of CCS in South Africa - Brendan Beck, South Africa Centre for CCS

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This is a presentation delivered by Brendan Beck, Manager at the South Africa Centre for CCS, at the Institute’s COP 17 side event, held on November 30. The presentation reviews South Africa’s electricity sector and projected growth, as well as why South Africa has chosen to pursue CCS as a climate change mitigation option.

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The importance and current status of CCS in South Africa - Brendan Beck, South Africa Centre for CCS

  1. 1. Hosted by The importance and current status of CCS in South AfricaGlobal CCS Institute COP 17 Side Event: What is CCS and why is it so important? - 30 November 2011 Brendan Beck – Manager South Africa Centre for CCS
  2. 2. Hosted byCore PartiesParticipants coal
  3. 3. Hosted bySouth Africa’s energy contextTotal primary energy Electricity generationconsumption
  4. 4. Hosted by Supply Transform Transport End useOil Oil Refineries Rail Liquid Road Fuels PetroSA PipelineNatural Gas Sasol Pipeline Gas ExportCoal “Washery” Road/Rail Coal Eskom and Others Transmission ElectricityHydro WiresNuclear KoebergBiomass Person/Road Wood
  5. 5. Hosted bySouth Africa: committed to addressing climate change“Developing countries are ready to play their part in reducing global emissions, but obviously rich countries have to take the lead”“With financial and technological support from developed countries, South Africa for example will be able to reduce emissions by 34% below business as usual by 2020 and 42% by 2025”“We want a complete and legally binding agreement” - President Jacob Zuma, Copenhagen 2008
  6. 6. Hosted by Long-term mitigation scenariosMt CO2 equivalent Source: SA long-term mitigation scenarios
  7. 7. Hosted by South African CCS Roadmap•2004 2010 2016 2020 2025 x 10,000t x 100,000t x 1,000,000t
  8. 8. Hosted bySouth African CO2 Emissions SOURCE: CSIR/DME
  9. 9. Hosted byPetroSA SOURCE: PetroSA
  10. 10. Hosted by South African CCS Roadmap2004 2010 2016 2020 2025DONE x 10,000t x 100,000t x 1,000,000t
  11. 11. Hosted by
  12. 12. Hosted by 12
  13. 13. Hosted by South African CCS Roadmap2004 2010 2016 2020 2025DONE DONE x 10,000t x 100,000t x 1,000,000t
  14. 14. Hosted by Objectives• Demonstrate CO2 storage in South African conditions• Gain experience and develop South African capacity in handling and storing CO2• Provide an educational facility for public and stakeholders
  15. 15. Hosted by Context• Builds on South African experience • Council for Geoscience • Industry (PetroSA, Sasol, Afrox, etc) • Academia• Draw on international experience • Test Injection Scoping Study underway with BGS and TNO • Capacity building trips to Australia, UK, Norway • Members of IEA GHG, CSLF, GCCSI • Bilateral discussions with project developers
  16. 16. Hosted by Work programmes Technical Management Financial Legal CO2 Test Public Injection Capacityengagement building
  17. 17. Hosted by SACCCS international support• EuropeAid • IEA• UK Government • IEA GHG• EU Government • World Bank• Norwegian • CSLF Government • IPAC-CO2• Global CCS Institute
  18. 18. Hosted by
  19. 19. Hosted byCCR Expo: Stand 91
  20. 20. Hosted byEmail: BrendanB@saneri.org.za Phone: +27 1 0201 4721 Website: www.sacccs.org.za

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