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Mitigating project risks: special report to the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute
Mitigating project risks: special report to the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute

7th December 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

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.

The ROAD project has received support from the Institute to contribute to the international development of knowledge, experience and information on CCS. Ultimately, the development of hands-on CCS knowledge and expertise should accelerate the commercial deployment of CCS projects worldwide.

In this report, which is part of a series of reports from the ROAD project, the risk management methodology developed by the ROAD project team is described and evaluated, including the description of the main project risks, mitigating actions and residual risks. This is done with the aim of helping similar projects to identify and treat their own project risks

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ROAD CCS non-confidential FEED study report: special report for the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute
ROAD CCS non-confidential FEED study report: special report for the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute

29th November 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

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.

ROAD recently completed its front end engineering and design (FEED) studies and cost estimations for the project and has prepared a special report for the Global CCS Institute summarising the main results of the FEED study for the capture plant as performed by Fluor. This report includes topics such as technology selection, process flow diagrams, heat and mass balances, layout designs, cooling studies, capital and O&M cost estimates and project schedules.

The report aims to help other CCS projects, particularly those using post-combustion capture technology, to design and cost their own capture plant. The report is also likely to be useful to regulatory, permitting and other stakeholders who want to gain an understanding of what considerations project proponents give to the range of decision factors, including environmental performance of technologies.

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FEED 検討報告書(公開用) グローバルCCSインスティテュート向け特別報告書
FEED 検討報告書(公開用) グローバルCCSインスティテュート向け特別報告書

29th November 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

2009 年7 月、Maasvlakte CCS Project C.V.(「MCP」)は、欧州委員会にプロジェクト提案書を提出した。これが、「ROAD プロジェクト」(「Rotterdam Opslag en AfvangDemonstratieproject」:ロッテルダム貯留回収実証プロジェクト)の始まりである。欧州の資金援助を申請することにより、MCP は資金援助プログラムの要件(主にプロジェクトの工程に関するもの)を満たすことを約束した。プロジェクチームは、他の重要な境界条件にも配慮しつつ、特定の時間内で回収技術の供給業者を選ばなければならなかった。この理由により、プロジェクトチームは独自の選定方法論を開発した。
選定では、回収技術に関する2件のFEED(Front End Engineering Design)を同時並行で実施した。本報告書で記述するFEED は、受注に成功した供給業者によるものである。設計の一部は供給業者の機密情報であるため、設計の詳細をすべて開示することはできない。しかしながら、本文書の情報は、ROAD プロジェクトの将来の回収プラントの設計を的確に思い描くには十分である。

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FEED 연구 공개 보고서
FEED 연구 공개 보고서

1st November 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

프로젝트 팀은 특히, 제한된 시간 동안 연소 후 포집 방식 플랜트 공급자를 선정하는 등 여러 한계를 극복해야 했다. 이러한 과정을 통해 맞춤형 선정 방법론이 개발될 수 있었다. 공급자 선정 과정에서 2건의 포집 기술FEED(기본설계) 연구가 진행되었다. 본 보고서에서 다루는 FEED 연구는 두 공급자 중 최종 선정된 공급자에 대한 내용이다. 여기에는 공급자의 독점 정보(재산권 정보)가 포함되어 있기 때문에 설계의 모든 세부 사항을 밝힐 수는 없다. 그러나 이 문서에 있는 정보만으로도ROAD 프로젝트의 포집 플랜트에 대한 윤곽을 잡기에는 무리가 없을 것이다.

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CCS Demo-Project Jänschwalde: risk management
CCS Demo-Project Jänschwalde: risk management

10th May 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

Presentation given at A Year of Knowledge Sharing: Sowing the first seeds 10 May 2011 Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

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Risk management: Lessons learned from the Network
Risk management: Lessons learned from the Network

10th May 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

Presentation on risk management lessons learnt from the Network.

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Thematic report: Risk management: Lessons learned in 2010
Thematic report: Risk management: Lessons learned in 2010

9th May 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

In 2010 the CCS network organised three workshops on risk management. The activities in this theme have helped the members to create a greater understanding of CCS projectspecific risk management more rapidly than they would have otherwise achieved independently. This important topic has helped to inform individual project activities and influence the focus of knowledge sharing activities of the CCS projects in the network during 2011.

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Issues management: An issue ignored is a crisis ensured
Issues management: An issue ignored is a crisis ensured

8th May 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

An emerging issue is a condition or event, that if it continues will have a significant effect on the functioning or performance of the organization or on its future interests. This presentation discusses lesson learned in issues management.

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Deploying carbon capture and storage 'safely': The scope for member states of the EU to adopt more stringent CO2 stream-purity criteria under EU law
Deploying carbon capture and storage 'safely': The scope for member states of the EU to adopt more stringent CO2 stream-purity criteria under EU law

1st April 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

In several European countries, recent initiatives to launch carbon capture and storage demonstration projects faced strong local opposition over perceived health, environmental, and property risks, putting policy makers under pressure to provide additional safety guarantees. One way to increase safety standards is to strengthen the criteria in Article 12 of Directive 2009/31/EC on the geological storage of CO2, which is based on the London Protocol and OSPAR Convention requirements on the purity of the captured CO2 stream. The German and the Dutch draft legislation implementing Directive 2009/31/EC both provide for the possibility to impose additional CO2 stream-purity requirements. The paper examines the scope for EU Member States to adopt stricter CO2 stream-purity criteria under EU law. Based on an analysis of the relevant case law of the European Court of Justice and the content of Directive 2009/31/EC, it concludes that the scope for EU Member States to adopt stricter CO2 stream-purity criteria under EU law is likely to be narrow. The room for non-EU parties to the London Protocol and OSPAR Convention to adopt such stricter requirements might likewise be limited.

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CO2 technology evaluation, methodology and criteria
CO2 technology evaluation, methodology and criteria

3rd January 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

The Tenaska Trailblazer Energy Center, is a nominal 760 MW supercritical pulverized coal electric generating station under development in Nolan County, Texas, United States. This report describes the process undertaken by Tenaska to identify and select the preferred vendor to perform the carbon capture front end engineering design (FEED) for the Project. The evaluation showed that four short listed vendors had competitive firm carbon capture FEED pricing.  The selected technology vendor was determined by the 30-year evaluated cost and commercial experience with the process. In both cases, Fluor was the preferred choice.

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CO2 기술 평가, 방법론 및 기준
CO2 기술 평가, 방법론 및 기준

1st January 2011

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

Trailblazer 에너지센터는 미국 최초로 상용화급 CO2 포집 플랜트와 연계 가동을 시도하는 석탄발전소가 될 것으로 예상된다. 동 보고서는 Tenaska사가 프로젝트 중 CO2 포집 부문의 FEED를 수행할 업체를 선정하는 과정을 기술하고 있다. 선정될 업체는 30년 간의 측정 비용과 상업 경험을 바탕으로 결정되었으며, 결과적으로 두 부문의 평가에서 모두 Fluor사가 적합한 업체로 선정되었다.

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CCS基本設計報告書
CCS基本設計報告書

30th January 2010

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

本基本設計報告書は、グローバルCCSインスティテュートのために、Mountaineer商用規模CO2回収貯留プロジェクトについての非機密の設計情報を抜粋し、集約したものである。本報告書は、2010年2月1日から2011年9月30日までのフェーズI‐「プロジェクト精査フェーズ」の期間中に策定された予備設計情報に基づくものである。報告書には以下に関する説明及び/又は考察が含まれている。 
 - 米国エネルギー省(DOE)のクリーンコール発電イニシアチブ(Clean Coal Power Initiative)、プロジェクト全体及びフェーズIの目的並びに米国エネルギー省及びAmerican Electric Power(AEP)社が出資したプロジェクトが現在のプロジェクトに至るまでの経緯 
 - Alstom社の冷却アンモニアプロセス(CAP: Chilled ammonia process)におけるCO2回収装置の追設技術及びCO2貯留・監視システム 
 - プラントの操業及び統合の視点から見たAEP社の追設手法 
 - CAP技術のための、プロセスを構成する設備及びプラントシステム間のバランス 
 - CO2貯留システム、圧入井の決定、圧入井の監視、システム監視及び制御ロジックの考え方 
 - オーバーナイトコストの見積り、今後の支出におけるコストの上昇及びリスクベースの偶発事象を考慮したプロジェクトの主要なリスクを含む、プロジェクト全体の見積り 
 - AEP社が、Alstom社のCAP技術は当初見込んだ規模での商業化実証が可能な状態と評価したにもかかわらず、フェーズⅠ終了時点で今後のプロジェクトに関する作業を中断したAEP社の決定

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