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ギャップを埋める:CO2-EOR とCO2-CCS に関する法規制の分析と比較
ギャップを埋める:CO2-EOR とCO2-CCS に関する法規制の分析と比較

1st October 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

今日、石油増進回収(EOR)でのCO2の圧入とそれに付随する大量のCO2の地層への貯留を中心としたものと、主にCO2の大気中への排出を削減することが目的のCO2回収貯留(CCS)の圧入と貯留を中心としたものの間には、どこか類似した文化的及び知識上のギャップが見られる。しかしながら、CCS技術の幅広い導入を推進するための長期戦略の一環として、回収された人為起源のCO2の供給を実益のあるEOR操業へと統合するポテンシャルを評価する際には、この知識とコミュニケーションのギャップを埋めることは特に重要である。

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Thematic report: Regulatory development session May 2013
Thematic report: Regulatory development session May 2013

21st May 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

This report presents the discussions, conclusions and actions agreed at the thematic workshop on Regulatory Development which was held in Doncaster and hosted by the Don Valley project on the 20 and 21 May 2013.

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UN기후변화협약 과학기술자문기구(UNFCCC SBSTA) 보고서 (FCCC/AWGLCA/2011/CP.17 [79조~86조]) 신 시장 기반 체제(NMBM)에 대한 세부원칙 및 절차
UN기후변화협약 과학기술자문기구(UNFCCC SBSTA) 보고서 (FCCC/AWGLCA/2011/CP.17 [79조~86조]) 신 시장 기반 체제(NMBM)에 대한 세부원칙 및 절차

3rd May 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

본 보고서는 특히 UNFCCC가 CCS를 CDM(결정 7/CMP.6)에 의한 적격 프로젝트 수준 활동으로 인정한 것과 CMP 7에서 최근 CDM(FCCC/KP/CMP/2011/L.4)의 CCS 사업을 지원하는 M&P를 지지한 것을 감안하여 CCS 기술의 특정 수요에 초점을 맞춘다. GCCSI는 CDM 내에서 CCS를 제도화하는 상기 결정을 지지하며, 이의 채택이 UNFCCC의 목표 달성에 크게 기여할 것으로 확신한다. UNFCCC는 신뢰성 있는 관련 감축 실적을 보상하는 규정을 제도화하여 개발도상국과 선진국 모두에서 기후변화에 대한 위험한 영향을 방지할 수 있는 수준으로 인간활동으로 인한 세계 온실가스 배출을 안정화시키고자 한다. GCCSI는 본 보고서에서 다음 주제 건에 대한 견해를 밝힌다. 1. 글로벌 감축기술로서의 CCS의 역할 2. 시장 기반 체제가 CCS  적용을 어떻게 지원할 수 있는가
3. 탄소시장으로부터 얻은 일반적 교훈 4. NMBM이 어떻게 기존 제도적장치와 상호작용할 수 있는가 5. NMBM을 수용하는 프레임워크에 대한 기준 명시

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Thematic report: Regulatory development session October 2012
Thematic report: Regulatory development session October 2012

4th March 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

The European CCS Demonstration Projects Network has continued the regulatory development theme with in detail updates from the projects, an increased focus on issues surrounding the implementation of the CCS directive within the legal framework of the different member states, a special report from ROAD, and input from DECC.

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CCS READY 정책 및 규정 – 진전 상황 CCS Ready 정책 및 규제 프레임워크 이행을 향한 진보
CCS READY 정책 및 규정 – 진전 상황 CCS Ready 정책 및 규제 프레임워크 이행을 향한 진보

17th January 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

세계적으로 기후 변화 완화 전략이 확산되면서 이산화탄소 포집 및 저장 (CCS, Carbon Capture and Storage) 기술의 중요성이 인식되었다. 그에 따라 여러 국가가 정부 차원에서 이산화탄소 포집 및 저장 준비 (CCSR, CCS Ready)의 개념을 검토하고 있다. 유럽 및 북아메리카 지역에서는 온실 가스 방출, 특히 화석 연료 전력 및 철강 제련∙시멘트 생산∙정유 공장 화학 처리와 같은 산업 공정에서 발생하는 이산화탄소를 감축시키기 위한 정책의 하나로서 CCSR의 보급 활동을 펼쳐왔다. CCSR 정책은, 현재 탄소 가격이 존재하지 않거나 새로운 저탄소 기술을 보급하기에 필요한 추진 요인이 불충분한 경우에 아주 핵심적인 규제적 지원 방법이 될 것이다.

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EOR/CCS 포괄적 법적 검토
EOR/CCS 포괄적 법적 검토

1st November 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

본 보고서는 덴마크에서의 석유 회수 증진(Enhanced Oil Recovery: EOR)과 탄소 포집 및 저장(Carbon Capture and Storage: CCS) 연계 프로젝트에 있어서 주요 법적 문제에 대한 심도 높은 검토안을 제시한다.
본 보고서의 목표는 EOR-CCS 연계 프로젝트에 적용될 수 있는 CCS 및 ETS 규제 법률 을 평가하고, 유럽연합 법규와 덴마크가 당사자인 국제 협약이나 조약 등을 포함, 덴마크 내에서 적용될 수 있는 여타 규정들을 검토하는 것이다. 평가자들은 CO2 포집, 파이프라인 또는 선박을 통해 포집한 CO2의 수송, CO2 주입 및 저장과 덴마크 관할로의 CO2 저장 부지 권한 이전 등 프로젝트 각 단계에 대한 적용 법안을 심사하였다.

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The Delhi declaration on clean coal
The Delhi declaration on clean coal

1st November 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

The Delhi Declaration on Clean Coal is a joint statement developed by the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS), Atlantic Council, and the Global CCS Institute. The statement provides recognition of CCS as an important aspect of clean coal technology, and appeals to governments around the world to dedicate effort to building a framework and political climate in which CCS projects can progress rapidly. The statement was a key outcome of the International Workshop on India’s Clean Coal Future, which focused on India’s growing use of coal in the energy sector and experience with clean coal technologies.

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Baltic Sea region: CCS policies (BASREC)
Baltic Sea region: CCS policies (BASREC)

19th September 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

Presentation from the CCS in the Baltic Sea region: Bastor2 Project, Stockholm 2012.

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CCS ready policy and regulations: the state of play. Progress towards the implementation of CCS ready policy and regulatory frameworks
CCS ready policy and regulations: the state of play. Progress towards the implementation of CCS ready policy and regulatory frameworks

23rd August 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

In recognition of the importance of the role of CCS within broader climate change mitigation strategies, governments are increasingly examining the concept of carbon capture and storage ready (CCSR). A number of governments within Europe and North America have moved to deploy CCSR as part of the suite of policy levers being used to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, in particular CO2, arising from fossil fuel power generation and industrial processes such as iron and steel smelting, cement production, refineries and chemical processing.
A CCSR policy can provide a crucial regulatory backstop where a carbon price is absent or insufficient to drive the deployment of new low-carbon technologies. A critical component of all CCSR schemes seems to be the incorporation of effective triggers to ensure liable entities move from CCSR design to actual CCS retrofit and abatement of CO2 emissions. Until policy drivers support investments in CCS solutions in a commercially attractive manner CCSR provisions can serve to enrich policy portfolios aimed at facilitating CCS deployment. While it may be too early to provide a definitive assessment on the success or otherwise of CCSR policy implementation, it does seem from the experiences of those countries that have adopted it, that such approaches are effective in sending very strong government signals to the investment community to expect increasingly strident future emissions reduction commitments, as well as general support for CCS technology and its potential to deliver reliable and competitive baseload energy, and large scale and timely mitigation.

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国連気候変動枠組条約(UNFCCC)科学上及び技術上の助言に関する補 補助機関(SBSTA)への意見書: 決議案 – / CMP 7:クリーン開発メカニズムプロジェクト活動としてのCO2の回収及び地層への貯留のための様式及び手続(第4~6項);越境CCSプロジェクトのための認証排出削減単位の世界的積立制度の確立について
国連気候変動枠組条約(UNFCCC)科学上及び技術上の助言に関する補 補助機関(SBSTA)への意見書: 決議案 – / CMP 7:クリーン開発メカニズムプロジェクト活動としてのCO2の回収及び地層への貯留のための様式及び手続(第4~6項);越境CCSプロジェクトのための認証排出削減単位の世界的積立制度の確立について

23rd August 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

2011年9月、当インスティテュートはUAEのアブダビで行われた国連気候変動枠組条約(UNFCCC)のCDMにおけるCCSに関する技術ワークショップ(technical workshop on CCS in the CDM)に出席した。このワークショップは、UNFCCC事務局のCDMにおけるCCSのための様式及び手続(M&P)案の作成を円滑に進めるのに貢献した。このM&P案は、2011年12月のCMPにおいて最終的に検討され、採択された。
この会議では越境問題について包括的に取り上げられたが、非恒久性の問題に対処するための世界的積立制度に関する規定については実質的な議論は行われず、また、具体的な要望は確認されなかった。同様に、2011年2月にCMP 6の意見提出要請に対して示された、締約国及び公認オブザーバーの総合的意見(FCCC/SBSTA/2011/MISC.10)にも、サイト選定の適正手続が遵守されている場合において、発生リスクが比較的小さい非恒久的事象に対応するための世界的積立制度が必要であるとの言及はされていない。
当インスティテュートの意見を要約すると以下のとおりとなる。 - 越境CCSプロジェクトはCDMにおいて適格とすべきであり、当該プロジェクトのためのM&Pを可及的速やかに策定すべきである。 - 既存のM&Pに含まれる財政規定(financial provision)で十分であり、世界的積立制度は不要である。

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Pioneer项目 中央与地方法规框架概览
Pioneer项目 中央与地方法规框架概览

21st August 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

本报告旨在提供指引并陈述加拿大和阿尔伯塔所面临的关于碳捕集和封存项目在现有法规监管上的不足。本报告同时将明确地探讨概述目前存在于两个管辖权领域的其他法规框架,并且概述阿尔伯塔正在开展的一些在法规框架领域的工作,以及提高与相关合作伙伴和政府层面上的协助。

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提交给《联合国气候变化框架公约》意见(UNFCCC) -完善新的基于的市场形式和流程
提交给《联合国气候变化框架公约》意见(UNFCCC) -完善新的基于的市场形式和流程

21st August 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Policy, law and regulation

这份意见提交书着重于二氧化碳捕集及封存技术的特定需求,特别是考虑到UNFCCC接纳CCS作为一个在清洁发展机制(CDM)(Decision 7/CMP.6)下合适的项目程度活动,以及最近由CMP 7授权的样式与流程以支持在CDM下的CCS项目(FCCC/KP/CMP/2011/L.4)。 
本研究院热烈地欢迎以上决策事项在CDM下的CCS制度化,并且坚信其加入将极大地协助UNFCCC实现其稳定人为性全球排放目标,使其达到能避免危险气候变化影响的水平;在另一方面,通过规范化奖励相关的可信减排结果,在发达国家和发展中国家提供相似的CCS实践性推广。. 
本研究院提供以下在这次意见提交书中的主题: 
1. CCS在为全球减排技术中担任的角色 
2. 市场基础机制如何协助CCS的推广 
3. 碳市场的常规学习经验 
4. NMBMs如何与现有制度化安排相互作用 
5. 完善适用于NMBMs的框架标准 

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