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Malaysian CCS legal and regulatory workshop. Workshop report: Lumut, Malaysia, 27 February – 1 March 2013
Malaysian CCS legal and regulatory workshop. Workshop report: Lumut, Malaysia, 27 February – 1 March 2013

8th July 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

The CCS legal and regulatory workshop was held in Lumut, Malaysia, on 28 February–1 March 2013. The workshop aimed to identify how a CCS project would be regulated under existing regulatory pathways in Malaysia. The analysis will help identify regulatory gaps, overlaps and areas to be improved for a potential CCS project to go ahead in Malaysia in the future. The workshop focused on identifying issues for, and suggesting approaches to, further discussion.

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Building capacity for CO2 capture and storage in the APEC region: A training manual for policy makers and practitioners
Building capacity for CO2 capture and storage in the APEC region: A training manual for policy makers and practitioners

1st June 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

This APEC training package is designed to assist APEC member economies to understand the potential of CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS), as well as the science and process involved in identifying and implementing a CCS project.

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マレーシアにおけるCCS法規制枠組ワークショップ開催報告書
マレーシアにおけるCCS法規制枠組ワークショップ開催報告書

1st March 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

、2013年2月28日から3月1日にかけて、マレーシアのLumut市において、CCS法規制枠組ワークショップが開催された。このワークショップの目的は、マレーシアの既存の規制環境下で、CCSプロジェクトがどのような規制を受けるかを確認することであった。この分析により、規制上のギャップと重複、改善すべき領域を知り、将来のマレーシアにおけるCCSプロジェクト推進に役立てることができる。ワークショップでは主に、さらなる議論が必要な問題の特定とアプローチの提案が行われた。

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Development of the Indonesian NAMAs framework
Development of the Indonesian NAMAs framework

31st October 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

This report provides guidance on how to establish nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs) across different sectors in Indonesia. It outlines the key steps when establishing NAMAs towards a multi-sectoral GHG mitigation framework. Key steps comprise the establishment of asectoral baselines and the aggregation into a multi-sectoral baseline, potential mitigation actions of sectors, national business as usual baseline and aggregated mitigation actions, and the way to select in meeting the national emission reduction target in line with national development priorities. This document also contains a more detailed description on several sectors and subsectors, namely power, transportation and industry as subsectors of the energy sector as well as the waste and land based sector.

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Increasing the knowledge and awareness of carbon capture and storage: capacity-building in the APEC region (phase V) final report
Increasing the knowledge and awareness of carbon capture and storage: capacity-building in the APEC region (phase V) final report

1st September 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

This report summaries two capacity-building workshops on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) were held: in Hanoi, Viet Nam, in December 2011, and in Mexico City, Mexico, in June 2012, as part of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation’s (APEC) ongoing series of CCS capacity building workshops in developing APEC economies.

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Barriers to implementation of CCS: capacity constraints
Barriers to implementation of CCS: capacity constraints

1st July 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

In this study we assess possible supply chain constraints that could arise if CCS is deployed according to the IEA CCS Roadmap. We look at physical constraints (equipment, materials) as well as those in skills and services (human resources). In the context of CCS, capacity generally refers to storage capacity, but storage capacity is not within the scope of the study presented in this report. We focus only on the future capacity of the supply chain for CCS technologies.

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政策立案者及び事業実施者向けトレーニングマニュアル: APEC 地域におけるCO2 回収・貯留に関する能力開発
政策立案者及び事業実施者向けトレーニングマニュアル: APEC 地域におけるCO2 回収・貯留に関する能力開発

1st June 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

CO2 回収貯留(CCS)では、枯渇した石油・ガス田、陸域と海域の地殻深部にある塩水滞水層、岩塩空洞ないし採掘できない炭層などの地質構造にCO2 を注入し閉じ込める。これらは、既存の石油・ガス生産における二次回収のアプローチであり、同時に温室効果ガスの排出を減らす手段でもある。この序論は、CCS がエネルギー生産向上と温室効果ガス削減に関して有するポテンシャルを調査することに関心を寄せる関係者及び政策決定者にとって重要な質問に対する回答を提供するように構成されている。

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Capacity development issues brief 2011
Capacity development issues brief 2011

19th May 2011

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

This brief complements The Global Status of CCS: 2010 report which was released by the Global CCS Institute in March 2011.

The key messages of the issues brief are:

  1. Capacity is one precondition for rapid demonstration and commercial CCS deployment.
  2. Developing countries have a real need for continued capacity development if CO2 emission reduction targets will be achieved.
  3. Funding mechanisms have been established to support CCS capacity development in developing countries.

 

 

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Carbon dioxide capture and storage demonstration in developing countries: analysis of key policy issues and barriers
Carbon dioxide capture and storage demonstration in developing countries: analysis of key policy issues and barriers

1st April 2011

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

The importance of the carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies to fossil fuel based developing countries (or emerging economies) cannot be overemphasised. While there are multiple challenges in launching CCS demonstration projects in developing countries, the higher capital cost combined with significantly high 'energy penalty' is often cited as a key barrier by potential CCS developers and investors.

This report analyses CCS issues and barriers from the developing countries’ perspectives. It puts particular emphasis on finding appropriate financing approaches for CCS demonstration. The report includes discussions and summary findings on a range of relevant issues, such as intellectual property rights and transfer of technology, and trade barriers to CCS in international trade negotiations. The study is supported by extensive data and information available from the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and from India. With suitable customisation, the report analysis may also be applicable to other developing countries.

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CCS demonstration in developing countries: Priorities for a financing mechanism for carbon doxide capture and storage
CCS demonstration in developing countries: Priorities for a financing mechanism for carbon doxide capture and storage

1st April 2011

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

This first attempt to develop best practices to responsibly implement CCS projects was based on a broad stakeholder process where WRI convened experts from academia, industry, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from the United States. In addition, WRI published guidelines for local community engagement on CCS projects in the fall of 2010. These had the input from experts and communities from nine countries around the world and cover potentially contentious issues for CCS project development in relation to disclosure of information, community engagement in the review and approval of plans, and public participation in general. Additional publications include briefs on CCS development in two critical markets: the European Union (EU)and China.

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Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 4: existing carbon capture and storage research and development networks around the world
Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 4: existing carbon capture and storage research and development networks around the world

1st November 2009

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

In May 2009, a consortium led by WorleyParsons and comprising Schlumberger, Electric Power Research Institute and Baker & McKenzie was engaged to undertake the Strategic Analysis of the Global Status of Carbon Capture and Storage.

The consortium was tasked to undertake a comprehensive survey of the status of CCS and to develop a series of reports analysing CCS projects, the economics of CCS, policies supporting CCS development and existing research and development networks.  A fifth report - the Synthesis Report - was also developed and this summarises the findings of the first four reports, and provides a comprehensive assessment of the gaps and barriers to the deployment of large-scale CCS projects, including strategies and recommendations to address these issues.

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