Carbon Capture

Utilisation & Storage

Unleash CCUS Expertise

Classroom session

18-20 Mar 24

London, UK

Classroom session

20-22 May 24

Amsterdam, NL

Classroom session

02-04 Dec 2024

Rio de Janeiro, BR

Classroom session

04-06 Nov

Bali, Indonesia

18-20 Mar 24

London, UK

20-22 May 24

Amsterdam, NL

28-30 Oct 24

Rio de Janeiro, BR

18-20 Nov 2024

Bali, Indonesia

Course Summary


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Course Summary

Day 1: Global Status and Drivers of CCUS

Decarbonisation and the Potential Role of CCS

In the global effort to combat climate change, decarbonisation has emerged as a critical objective. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) plays a pivotal role in this endeavour, capturing carbon dioxide emissions at their source and storing them underground. But how exactly does CCS work, and what is its potential impact on decarbonisation efforts?

CCUS 101

CCUS stands for Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage. This comprehensive approach not only captures carbon emissions but also seeks ways to utilise captured carbon and store it safely. Understanding the basics of CCUS is essential to appreciating its significance.

Potential Storage Capacity

One of the key questions regarding CCUS is, how much carbon dioxide can we store safely underground? Exploring the potential storage capacity is crucial for assessing the long-term viability of this technology.

Market Potential

As the world seeks sustainable solutions to combat climate change, the market potential for CCUS is on the rise. Industries and governments are investing in CCUS technologies to reduce their carbon footprint and meet environmental targets.

Investment Trends

Tracking the financial investments in CCUS projects reveals important trends and indicators of its growth. Who are the major players, and where is the money flowing within this sector?

The Role of Regional Hubs and Clusters

To maximise the efficiency of CCUS, regional hubs and clusters are emerging as strategic centres for carbon capture, utilisation, and storage. These hubs foster collaboration and innovation.

Key Policy Developments

Government policies play a significant role in shaping the CCUS landscape. Understanding the latest policy developments is essential for stakeholders and businesses in this field.

CCUS Development

CCS, CCU, and CCUS

CCS, CCU, and CCUS may sound similar, but they have distinct purposes and applications. Differentiating between them is crucial to understanding their roles in the clean energy transition.

CCUS and Clean Energy Transition

CCUS is a critical bridge technology in the transition to clean energy. It enables industries to reduce emissions while exploring cleaner alternatives.

Transport & Storage

The logistics of transporting and storing captured carbon dioxide are intricate processes. We delve into the technologies and challenges involved in these crucial aspects.

Industry

Various industries, such as steel, cement, and chemicals, are exploring CCUS to reduce their carbon emissions. How are these industries integrating CCUS into their operations?

Hydrogen Production

Hydrogen is often touted as the clean energy source of the future. CCUS plays a role in producing low-carbon hydrogen, a potential game-changer for the energy industry.

Power Generation

CCUS has implications for power generation, offering a way to capture emissions from fossil fuel power plants. How does this technology impact the energy sector?

CO2 Use

Utilising captured carbon dioxide in innovative ways, such as carbon recycling and enhanced oil recovery, contributes to the sustainability of CCUS.

Carbon Removal

CCUS isn't just about capturing carbon emissions; it's also about removing carbon from the atmosphere. Exploring the methods and technologies behind carbon removal is essential.

CCUS Applications Technologies

Natural Gas – Liquefaction and Power Generation

The natural gas industry is exploring CCUS to reduce emissions from liquefied natural gas (LNG) production and power generation. What are the technologies involved?

Low Carbon Hydrogen and Ammonia

Hydrogen and ammonia are essential in various industries. Discover how CCUS is enabling the production of low-carbon variants of these crucial compounds.

Cement and Concrete

The construction industry is a major carbon emitter. CCUS offers innovative solutions to reduce the carbon footprint of cement and concrete production.

Fuel and Basic Chemicals

CCUS has applications in the production of fuels and basic chemicals, contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable future.

Bioenergy

Bioenergy is a renewable energy source, but its carbon footprint can be mitigated with CCUS. How does this combination work to reduce emissions?

Technological Advances

The field of CCUS is constantly evolving. Stay updated on the latest technological advances that are making carbon capture and storage more efficient and cost-effective.

Day 2: CCUS Value Creation

Case Study: Shell

Examining a real-world case study, we explore how Shell is implementing CCUS strategies to create value and reduce emissions.

Support Schemes

Governments and organisations worldwide are offering support schemes to encourage CCUS adoption. What are these schemes, and how can businesses benefit from them?

Standalone Projects

In addition to large-scale initiatives, standalone CCUS projects are gaining momentum. We look at examples of these projects and their impact.

Pilot Projects in CCUS Hubs

Pilot projects within CCUS hubs serve as testing grounds for new technologies and approaches. These initiatives play a vital role in shaping the future of CCUS.

Utilisation Applications

Beyond storage, CCUS has a wide range of utilisation applications. How are industries finding innovative ways to use captured carbon?

Game-Changing Capture Technologies

Cutting-edge capture technologies are emerging, promising to revolutionise the CCUS landscape. What are these technologies, and how do they work?

CCUS Projects

CCUS Market Segments

Understanding the various market segments within CCUS helps identify opportunities and challenges in different industries.

Lowest Cost Applications

Identifying the lowest-cost CCUS applications can guide investment decisions and accelerate the adoption of this technology.

Hard to Abate Sectors

Certain industries, termed "hard to abate," face unique challenges in reducing emissions. CCUS offers solutions to these challenges.

Power Generation

CCUS in power generation has the potential to reshape the energy sector. We explore the implications and possibilities.

Near-Term Prize

What are the immediate rewards and incentives for businesses and governments investing in CCUS projects?

Costs of Geological Storage

Analysing the costs associated with geological storage helps stakeholders assess the financial viability of CCUS.

Important Players

Who are the key players driving CCUS initiatives worldwide? Understanding their roles is crucial in navigating this field.


Day 3: CCUS Economics

Capture, Transport & Storage Costs

Breaking down the costs involved in CCUS, including capturing, transporting, and storing carbon dioxide.

CCUS Technologies Among the Cheapest Abatement Options

Comparing CCUS costs to other carbon abatement methods reveals its cost-effectiveness.

Simplified Levelized Costs for Different Technologies

Calculating the levelized costs of various CCUS technologies helps in decision-making and investment planning.

Cost Reduction Potential

Exploring the potential for reducing CCUS costs through innovation and economies of scale.

Role of Policy Instruments

How government policies and incentives impact the profitability and growth of CCUS projects.

Profitability of CCUS

Assessing the financial viability and profitability of CCUS initiatives for businesses and investors.

Key Risk Factors

CCUS Facilities

Identifying the risks associated with CCUS facilities and strategies to mitigate them.

CCUS Project Complexity

Understanding the complexities of CCUS projects and their implications for success.

CCUS and Commodity Costs

The relationship between CCUS and commodity prices and its impact on project economics.

Certainty of Funding

The importance of secure funding sources for the long-term sustainability of CCUS projects.

Policy Support Framework

The role of government policies in providing a supportive framework for CCUS development.

Development of Industry and Demand

How the growth of CCUS depends on the development of related industries and market demand.

CCUS Projects Case Studies Around the Globe

Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project, Japan

An in-depth look at the Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project in Japan and its significance.

Rotterdam CCS Project Porthos, Netherlands

Examining the Rotterdam CCS project Porthos and its role in reducing emissions.

Drax BECCS, UK

A case study of Drax's Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) project in the UK.

Northern Lights, Europe

Exploring the Northern Lights project in Europe and its contributions to carbon capture and storage.

Gorgon Carbon Dioxide Injection in Australia

An overview of the Gorgon carbon dioxide injection project in Australia and its environmental impact.

DAC 1, US

An examination of the DAC 1 project in the United States, focusing on direct air capture technology.



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