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Capacity charging mechanism for shared CO2 transportation and storage infrastructure
Capacity charging mechanism for shared CO2 transportation and storage infrastructure

5th May 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), CO2 storage, CO2 transport

Technical and legal barriers to CCS and risks associated with the technology are diminishing. A serious obstacle to growth of the CCS industry, however, is difficulty in building a sound commercial case for the development and operation of CCS infrastructure. One way to significantly reduce the cost of CCS is to realise economies of scale by sharing a single CO2 transportation and storage infrastructure system among several operators of separate CO2 generating plants. 

This report, prepared by National Grid Carbon (UK), sets out a commercial charging mechanism for the development of, access to, and subsequent use of a shared CCS infrastructure system. The study also explored a number of options for allocating the proportion of system development and operational costs between members of a shared CCS infrastructure.

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Development of a CO2 transport and storage network in the North Sea: report to the North Sea Basin Task Force
Development of a CO2 transport and storage network in the North Sea: report to the North Sea Basin Task Force

6th November 2007

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), CO2 storage, CO2 transport

The UK and Norwegian governments engaged Element Energy Limited, Pöyry Energy, and the British Geological Survey to examine the role that a pipeline infrastructure for carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) could play in reducing CO2 emissions from both countries. 

This report, commissioned by the UK Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (formerly the Department of Trade and Industry) on behalf of the UK, Norway and North Sea Basin Task Force, examines possible development pathways for a CCS pipeline infrastructure connecting large UK and Norwegian sources with appropriate sinks in the North Sea and describes the implications for both countries.

 

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