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CCSの適用
CCSの適用

17th November 2015

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

インスティテュートは、CCSに関する基本情報をまとめたFACT SHEETシリーズを作成した。「CCSの適用」は、CCSの適用可能性に焦点を当て概要をとりまとめたものである。

Japanese translation of CCS applications.

 

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Technical aspects of CO2 enhanced oil recovery and associated carbon storage
Technical aspects of CO2 enhanced oil recovery and associated carbon storage

4th November 2013

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

Injection of carbon dioxide into mature oil reservoirs is a proven effective method for improving oil production that can be applied to a variety of oil reservoirs in different geological settings. Retention of the injected carbon dioxide within the reservoir is an intrinsic part of the CO2 EOR process, and effectively all CO2 purchased for injection will ultimately remain stored within the oil field at the end of EOR operations. This storage aspect has driven interest in CO2 EOR as a potential method of CCS that has a supportive business component.

The storage opportunities within CO2 EOR floods are generally not maximised, although there are no over-riding technical impediments preventing using more of the pore space for storage. Transitional, or residual oil zones, and stacked reservoirs all pose significant opportunities to increase storage amounts well beyond that used strictly for EOR. While deploying monitoring equipment and determining suitable baselines may present challenges to some existing operations, technical solutions can be found to address most of these issues.

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Bridging the gap: an analysis and comparison of legal and regulatory frameworks for CO2-EOR and CO2-CCS
Bridging the gap: an analysis and comparison of legal and regulatory frameworks for CO2-EOR and CO2-CCS

1st October 2013

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

This paper seeks to assist policymakers in evaluating the potential for integrating supplies of captured anthropogenic CO2 into profitable EOR operations as one part of a long-term strategy for developing widespread deployment of CCS technology.

Part I reviews the existing legal and regulatory frameworks governing CO2 transactions, transport, injection and storage in the context of EOR operations.

Part II reviews the changes to this existing EOR–based framework that are in various stages of adoption in order to allow for CCS–based storage.

Part III builds on these two prior sections to summarise issues that need to be addressed, and to set forth conclusions and recommendations for steps that may be taken by jurisdictions looking to harness the potential value of CO2–based EOR as part of a long-term strategy of using CCS technology as an emissions reduction tool.

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Carbon capture through innovative commercial structuring in the Canadian oil sands:  a project overview of the North West Sturgeon Refinery
Carbon capture through innovative commercial structuring in the Canadian oil sands: a project overview of the North West Sturgeon Refinery

29th April 2013

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

The North West Sturgeon Refinery (NWSR) project has been developed to take advantage of the rising supply of bitumen from the oil sands of northern Alberta and the need for refining conversion capacity to produce low carbon fuels with reduced GHG emissions. Since its inception the project has incorporated gasification technology to economically co-produce hydrogen for the refining process and pure COthat will generate a modest revenue stream from sales into an enhanced oil recovery (EOR) scheme. These and other interrelated benefits are described in this report.
The fully integrated project will capture, use for EOR and geologically sequester over 1.2 million tonnes per year of 99% pure, dry CO2, the equivalent to removing approximately 225,000 vehicles from the road. The CO2 from the NWSR will also be the anchor supply for the Alberta Carbon Trunk Line (ACTL), an open access COpipeline being developed by Enhance Energy Inc. The ACTL has public funding which will support the development of a common COhandling infrastructure for EOR in Alberta.
The willingness of the Alberta and Canadian governments to support large scale CCS projects with the creation of a CCS Fund and development of an effective CO2 storage regulatory framework was essential for the COcapture component of the NWRP and ACTL to proceed.

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EOR/CCS 360 度法律审查
EOR/CCS 360 度法律审查

1st November 2012

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

本报告将向丹麦的一个结合提高石油采收率(EOR) 和碳捕集与封存(CCS)项目提供重要法律问题的宏观的法规概览。 本报告的目的是评估适用于EOR与CCS联合项目的CCS和ETS (排放权交易)1法规,以及审核其他在丹麦的适用法规,其中包括与丹麦相关的欧盟法规和国际公约及协议。我们将会评估项目周期的个别阶段的适用法规,例如二氧化碳的捕集、二氧化碳的管道或者船舶运输、注入与封存以及把二氧化碳封存地点的责任转移到丹麦。

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Global technology roadmap for CCS in industry. Sectoral assessment: CO2 enhanced oil recovery
Global technology roadmap for CCS in industry. Sectoral assessment: CO2 enhanced oil recovery

5th May 2011

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

The United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the International Energy Agency are developing a Global Technology Roadmap for CCS in Industry (the Roadmap), due to be released mid–year. The project has been sponsored by the Global CCS Institute and the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.

The Roadmap will be a valuable resource to stakeholders, including policy makers and regulators across the globe. Targeted at policymakers, the Roadmap will be a high-level assessment of the key actions and milestones that need to be undertaken to develop CCS in industry.

The following in-depth, technical sectoral assessments have been undertaken to inform the direction of the Roadmap:

  • biomass;
  • high-purity;
  • iron and steel;
  • refineries;
  • cement; and
  • enhanced oil recovery.

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CCSの採用を促進する:回収CO2の工業利用
CCSの採用を促進する:回収CO2の工業利用

1st March 2011

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

本報告書の基本目的は、CO2回収貯留(CCS)の開発及び商用規模での実施を促進するためにCO2の既存及び新たな利用法を調査し、工業分野におけるCO2の回収と再利用の可能性を検討することである。本報告書では、石油増進回収(EOR)などの成熟技術の近い将来の利用及び技術開発の初期段階にあるいくつかの有望な新技術の将来的な利用の両方について検討する。 
世界のCO2再利用に関する市場規模は、現在約8千万トン/年であり、北米のEOR需要がその大半を占める。EORの年間CO2需要量は約5千万トンで、そのうち年間4千万トン前後はCO2貯留層から自然に産するCO2が供給されており、その価格は通常約15~19米ドル/トンである。 
人為起源CO2の潜在的供給量は、潜在的需要量よりもはるかに大きい。世界で年間約5億トンの低コスト(20米ドル/トン未満)・高濃度のCO2が、天然ガス処理、肥料プラント及びその他の工業排出源の副産物として利用可能である。高コストではあるが(50~100米ドル/トン)、発電所、製鉄所及びセメント工場から現在排出されている希釈CO2流から、年間約180億トンを回収できる。 
CO2のEORへの再利用は、既存の北米のCCSプロジェクトの収益源であり、EORは北米の多くのCCSプロジェクトの計画に盛り込まれている。世界各地、特に新興国及び発展途上国では、CCS開発の経済的な触媒として、EORの可能性が検討されている。本報告書で検討する重要な課題は、EOR及びその他のCO2の再利用技術がCCSの採用とその商業展開を促進できるのかどうかの是非及びその程度である。 
再利用のための高濃度CO2の将来的な供給量及び市場価格は、政府によるCO2排出に対する規制又は罰則の適用の程度に大きく影響される。したがって、本報告書ではCO2の再利用がCCSの開発を促進する可能性について、炭素規制及び炭素価格が弱い場合並びにそれらが強い場合の双方の状況下における、CO2回収コストの高低とそれらの状況との関係について検討している。

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加快CCS的应用: 捕集的二氧化碳的工业用途
加快CCS的应用: 捕集的二氧化碳的工业用途

1st March 2011

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

本报告的基本目的是调查二氧化碳现有的和新兴的用途并研究捕集与再利用二氧化碳对于工业应用的潜力以便加快CCS的开发和商业推广。它既考虑近期成熟技术的应用例如提高石油采收率(EOR)也考虑许多仍然处于其技术开发初级阶段的、有前景的新技术的较长期应用。

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CCS보급의 가속화: 포집된 이산화탄소의 산업적 활용
CCS보급의 가속화: 포집된 이산화탄소의 산업적 활용

1st March 2011

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

본 보고서의 근본적인 목적은 CCS 개발과 상업적 보급을 가속화 하기 위해서 기존 및 신규 이산화탄소의 활용 방법과 포집된 이산화탄소의 잠재적 재활용 방법을 검토하고 있다. EOR 등의 완성기술 단기적 응용 및 아직 초기 단계인 촉망되는 미완성 기술의 장기적 응용 모두 고려하고 있다.

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