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Thematic report. Regulatory development session: October 2013
Thematic report. Regulatory development session: October 2013

24th October 2013

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

This report presents the discussions, conclusions and actions agreed at the European CCS Demonstration Project Network thematic workshop on Regulatory Development which was held in Stavanger and hosted by Statoil on the 23 and 24 October 2013.

This meeting included an update from the European Commission, detailed project updates from Don Valley, Compostilla and ROAD, an update on the current policy, legal, regulatory activities within ZEP.

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ROAD CCS permitting process: special report on getting a CCS project permitted
ROAD CCS permitting process: special report on getting a CCS project permitted

4th January 2013

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

The ROAD-project is the first of its kind in The Netherlands and applying for all of the necessary permits was one of the most challenging aspects of the project. CCS projects indeed face a complex and time consuming permitting process.
 
The permitting process for the ROAD-project is described and evaluated in this report; with all relevant legislation and regulations described and all permits discussed. Special attention is given to the storage permitting process because this proved the most unprecedented. The EU CCS Directive, providing the legislative framework for the storage permit, and the key issues arising from this Directive was also extensively assessed.
 
This report aims to help similar projects (CCS projects using post-combustion capture technology, transporting CO2 by pipelines and storing CO2 in depleted gas reservoirs) identify the important considerations for a successful permitting process.

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許可プロセス: CCS プロジェクトの許可取得に関する特別報告書
許可プロセス: CCS プロジェクトの許可取得に関する特別報告書

4th January 2013

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

ROADプロジェクトは、オランダでは初めてとなるこの種のプロジェクトであり、必要とされる全ての許可申請は、本プロジェクトで最も困難な点の一つであった。CCSプロジェクトは実際のところ、CCS指令の規定や広範な認可当局が関与していることに起因した複雑で時間のかかる許可プロセスに直面している。

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APEC 発展途上経済圏における石炭火力発電用CCS に関わる許認可について
APEC 発展途上経済圏における石炭火力発電用CCS に関わる許認可について

1st September 2012

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

アジア太平洋経済協力会議 (APEC)の発展途上 諸国は、世界で最も急速に成長している経済圏であり、今後数十年間に発電量を大きく拡大する必要がある。この新規電源の多くは、化石燃料、特に石炭に依存する可能性が高い。地球規模の気候変動及び地域に急速に拡大する石炭火力発電部門からの二酸化炭素 (CO2) 排出量の増加に対する懸念から、これらの発電所からの排出CO2の回収貯留(CCS)をいつ実行できるかという問題が生じている。石油増進回収 (EOR) などのCO2 利用と組み合わせることができるCCS 技術は、多くの発展途上APEC 諸国で急速に拡大する石炭火力発電部門からのCO2排出量の劇的な増加に対処する実行可能な技術解決策となる。

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Permitting issues related to carbon capture and storage for coal-based power plant projects in developing APEC economies
Permitting issues related to carbon capture and storage for coal-based power plant projects in developing APEC economies

1st September 2012

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

This study examines Carbon capture and storage legal and regulatory regimes for nine developing APEC economies: People’s Republic of China, Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, the Philippines, Chinese Taipei, Thailand and Viet Nam.  

These APEC economies were selected for this study based on four criteria:

  1. the economy is considered a developing economy
  2. the economy consumes a significant amount of coal as fuel for electricity generation
  3. the economy possesses potential CO2 storage capacity, and
  4. the economy has a likely need for CCS to achieve greenhouse gas emissions reductions and / or the presence of policies that offer an enabling environment for CCS.

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ROAD CCS permitting process: special report to the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute
ROAD CCS permitting process: special report to the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute

15th December 2011

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

ROAD stands for ‘Rotterdam Opslag en Afvang Demonstratieproject’ (Rotterdam Capture and Storage Demonstration Project) and is one of the largest integrated demonstration projects in the world for the capture and storage of CO2, based on a new coal-fired power station located outside of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. 

Because the ROAD project is the first of its kind in the Netherlands, applying for all the necessary permits is one of the most challenging parts of the project. CCS projects face complex and time consuming permitting processes linked to the implementation of the European CCS Directive and the wide range of permitting authorities to deal with. Also, because of funding requirements, time is limited to obtain all the definitive permits before the Final Investment Decision (FID) date.

In this report, the permitting process of the ROAD CCS project in the Netherlands is first described and then evaluated, starting with the description of current legal and regulatory frameworks to the specific evaluation of the ROAD’s permitting process approach. This report aims to help similar CCS projects to identify the attention points and needed conditions to get a successful permitting process.

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ROAD는 Rotterdam Opslag and Afvang Demonstratieproject(로테르담 포집 및 저장 기술 실증 프로젝트)로 세계 최대의 이산화탄소 포집 및 저장(CCS)통합 실증 프로젝트 중의 하나이다. ROAD의 주요 목표는 대규모 통합 CCS-체인의 기술적, 경제적 가능성을 실증하는 것이다. 
ROAD는 로테르담의 항구와 산업 지역에서, 연소 기술을 적용하여 새로운 1,100MWe 석탄 화력발전소(Maasvlakte Power Plant 3)의 연도 가스로부터 CO2를 포집한다. 250MWe 용량의 포집 설비는 매년 백십만 톤의 CO2를 포집하는 것이 목표이다. 포집 시설은 2015년에 가동될 계획이다. 
포집된 CO2는 파이프라인을 통하여 수송될 것이다: 북해에 있는 P18-A 플랫폼까지 지상 5킬로미터와 해저 20킬로미터를 건넌다. 파이프라인은 매년 약 5백만 톤을 운송할 수 있으며, ROAD는 포집된 CO2를 북해 밑의 폐가스전에 저장할 계획이다. 이 가스전들은 해안에서 약 20km 떨어진 네덜런드 대륙붕의 P18구역에 있다. 폐가스전은 북해의 해저에서 약 3,500미터의 깊이에 있고 약 3천 5백만 톤으로 추정되는 용량이 매장되어 있다.

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