Burning fossil fuels for energy generation is a significant source of carbon dioxide emissions. Most manufactured carbon dioxide (CO2) is emitted by coal-fired or gas-fired power plants. Massive quantities of CO2 are released in the production and segregation of natural gas and in industries such as cement, iron, and steel. CCUS (Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage) addresses long-term storage of captured carbon dioxide in subsurface geological structures.
This course provides perspectives on climate and energy transition. It covers all aspects of CCUS, including transport, storage, and monitoring. It explores the challenges of the current technology of geological storage, monitoring, and verification, including case studies from CCUS projects worldwide. A number of those technologies are widely used in the oil industry. Effective implementation of CCUS will require economic encouragement, proper legislation, transparency on liability matters, and approval from the public as well. These aspects of CCUS and associated opportunities for skilled organizations will also be presented during this training.
What you will learn?
- Carbon capture, utilization, and storage and its role in reducing emissions
- The different principles of CO2 capture
- New technologies for low carbon energy supply with CO2 capture and storage (CCUS)
How it works?
15th – 18th of November 2022
Course will take place over 4 days, 3 h sessions daily
The session will be recorded and sent out to all registered delegates.
Once you’ve registered for the training, we will email you with all information and login credentials.
CCUS technologies and markets
– CCUS introduction:
- CCUS technology overview: past, present, future
- Potential environmental impact of CCUS within the IEA 2-degree scenario
- CO2 properties
– CO2 capture systems:
- Industrial process capture system
- Post-Combustion capture
- Capture by oxyfuel combustion
- Pre-combustion capture
- Carbon dioxide utilization
- Carbon Negative Technologies
– CO2 capture technologies:
- Separation with absorbent
- Separation with membranes
Session 2, 3h
Clusters, hydrogen, and carbon utilization
– Clean hydrogen application in industrial decarbonization
– Blue hydrogen: production and integration with carbon capture
– Importance of industrial clusters in emissions reduction
– Key features of industrial clusters, and their advantages in achieving scale
– Captured carbon as a feedstock into industrial processes
– Circular economy approaches combining hydrogen production and carbon capture
The agenda will combine presented materials with plenty of opportunities for Q&A, interactive discussions, and the use of quantitative models to illustrate key learning points. Current market examples and data are utilized wherever helpful.
After successful completion of this training, you will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance.