Chiyoda in partnership with the University of Tokyo has recently completed a study on shipping of CO2. Professor Masahiko Ozaki from the Division of Environmental Studies at the University of Tokyo presented the outcomes of their work.
On 24 October 2012, the Institute’s General Managers for Projects, Financial and Commercial, and Policy and Membership, respectively, presented the most current data and analyses drawn from the Global Status of CCS: 2012
This presentation will give a simple review on microseismic monitoring results observed at the onshore CO2 injection sites such as Weyburn (Canada) and Lacq (France), and will also introduce the case study results from Nagaoka pilot site, including the field survey results after the earthquake hit the area during CO2 injection.
On 16 August 2012, the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation’s (CSIRO) Science into Society Group (SISG) Research Group Leader, Peta Ashworth, and Senior Social Scientist Dr Anne-Maree Dowd will be leading a Global CCS Institute webinar on public awareness and acceptance of carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Dr Jim Underschultz, General Manager Research, Australian National Low Emissions Coal (ANLEC) R&D led a Global CCS Institute webinar to provide an Australian perspective on Basin Resource Management for Carbon Storage.
Gabriel Ignat, Getica CCS Project Manager at ISPE (Institute for Studies and Power Engineering) in Romania spent some time talking with the team at the Global CCS Institute about the results of their feasibility study for the Getica CCS Demonstration Project’s CO2 capture facility.