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ロッテルダムCCSクラスタープロジェクト – 教訓」に関するケーススタディ
ロッテルダムCCSクラスタープロジェクト – 教訓」に関するケーススタディ

5th June 2013

Organisation(s): Rotterdam Climate Initiative

Topic(s): Carbon capture, CO2 hubs, Use and storage (CCUS)

ロッテルダム気候イニシアティブ(RCI: Rotterdam Climate Initiative)は、ロッテルダム地域においてCO2回収貯留(CCS)を実現するため、懸命に取組を続けている。ロッテルダムにおけるCCS活動は2006年に始まり、現在までに18を超える大手企業が協力し、CO2回収プロジェクト及びCCSインフラネットワークに関する、実行可能性レベルでの工学調査を実施してきた。
本書はこのケーススタディの最終報告書である。以下の四つのテーマを取り扱っている。

  1. 理解可能なストーリー展開-第2章では、ロッテルダムCCS手法に関する出来事の全てを簡潔に要約した。
  2. (新規及びオリジナルの)拡張分析-第3章では、4者の外部利害関係者による多面的な解析により、読者はロッテルダム手法の長所及び短所をより鮮明に把握できるはずである。我々が選んだ利害関係者の意見は、政治家、政策立案者、起業家、(CCS)ネットワーク事務局のものである。それぞれの意見から、読者はロッテルダムで何が起きたかについての見解及び印象を得ることができる。
  3. 新たなCCSプロジェクトの創始者のためのマニュアル-第4章では、ロッテルダムで学んだ教訓から、プロジェクトを開始するリーダーのためのガイドラインを作成した。ガイドラインは、信頼関係の構築、クラスタープロジェクトの組織化、貯留の利用可能化、コミュニケーション及び支援運動の問題などを扱っている。
  4. ケーススタディの「インとアウト」に関する考察-第5章では、1年以上に及んだ興味深い作業(労働時間は3,000時間弱)を検討する。この検討では、本ケーススタディの結果やワークショップ及び知識共有への適用において、用いた理論とその応用を扱っている。本章は今後の作業のための提案で締めくくっている。

 

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Transport & storage economics of CCS networks in the Netherlands
Transport & storage economics of CCS networks in the Netherlands

22nd May 2013

Organisation(s): Clinton Foundation, Global CCS Institute, Rotterdam Climate Initiative, TNO

Topic(s): CO2 storage, CO2 transport, Economics

A team from the Rotterdam Climate Initiative, CATO-2 (the Dutch national R&D programme on CCS) and the Clinton Climate Initiative, developed a financial model to assess the economics of alternative CO2 transport and storage options in the North Sea, based on common user infrastructure. The purpose of the financial model that is available on the Global CCS Institute website is to introduce a simple planning tool relating to the transport and storage components of an integrated CCS project using readily available, non-confidential data.

A steering group of major emitters with advanced plans for CCS projects in the Netherlands and Belgium guided the project. Although the report focusses on potential projects in the Netherlands (Rotterdam and Eemshaven) and Belgium (Antwerp) in the short to medium term, the analysis and lessons could be useful to other regions considering CO2 network solutions.

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Rotterdam CCS Cluster Project. Case study on 'lessons learnt': final report
Rotterdam CCS Cluster Project. Case study on 'lessons learnt': final report

18th April 2012

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, Rotterdam Climate Initiative

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Public engagement, Use and storage (CCUS)

This report presents the results of the case study conducted to make explicit the history and lessons learnt of the Rotterdam CCS Cluster Project.

The Rotterdam Climate Initiative (RCI) is in the process of realising CCS in the Rotterdam area, the Netherlands. CCS activities in Rotterdam commenced in 2006 and until now, 18 companies cooperated to provide feasibility-level engineering studies for CO2 capture projects and a CCS common infrastructure network. The Rotterdam CCS Network Project can be characterised by: 

  • a broad cooperation between parties, with active commitment of industrial organisations;
  • a vision that transcends single-source-single-sink projects and aims at a network, a hub function and focuses on the whole CCS chain of CCS; encompassing technology and organisational, legal and financial issues; and
  • a local (political) commitment to a long-term approach towards CCS deployment which transcends the region of Rotterdam.

The Rotterdam CCS Network project has experiences in a large number of fields that are considered highly relevant to other CCS projects. For example, use of goals and means, internal organisation, cooperation with industry, authorities and other stakeholders, technical, financial, legal and communication aspects, and lobbying. 

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Rotterdam CCS Network Project. Case study: interim slide report
Rotterdam CCS Network Project. Case study: interim slide report

1st August 2011

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, Rotterdam Climate Initiative

Topic(s): Carbon capture, CO2 hubs, Public engagement, Use and storage (CCUS)

This slide report presents the interim results of the case study conducted to make explicit the history and lessons learnt of the Rotterdam CCS Network Project.

The Rotterdam Climate Initiative (RCI) is in the process of realising CCS in the Rotterdam area, the Netherlands. CCS activities in Rotterdam commenced in 2006 and until now, more than 20 companies cooperated to provide feasibility level engineering studies for CO2 capture projects and a CCS common infrastructure network. The Rotterdam CCS Network Project can be characterised by:

  • a broad cooperation between parties, with active commitment of industrial organisations;
  • a vision that transcends single-source-single-sink projects and aims at a network, a hub function and focuses on the whole CCS chain of CCS; encompassing technology and organisational, legal and financial issues; and
  • a local (political) commitment to a long term approach towards CCS deployment which transcends the region of Rotterdam.

The Rotterdam CCS Network project has experiences in a large number of fields that are considered highly relevant to other CCS projects: i.e. use of goals and means; internal organisation; cooperation with industry, authorities and other stakeholders; technical, financial, legal and communication aspects; and lobbying.

Together the RCI and the Institute phrased the following two objectives for a case study: discover the lessons learnt from Rotterdam useful for the support of CCS projects around the globe; and improvement of the Rotterdam CCS project itself.

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Rotterdam CCS Network Project. Case study on 'lessons learnt': the methodology and plan of the research
Rotterdam CCS Network Project. Case study on 'lessons learnt': the methodology and plan of the research

1st March 2011

Organisation(s): DCMR Milieudienst Rijnmond, Global CCS Institute, Rotterdam Climate Initiative

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Public engagement, Use and storage (CCUS)

This report outlines the methodology used to capture the history and lessons learnt by the Rotterdam CCS Network Project.

The methodology report looks to achieve the following two objectives:

  1. to discover the lessons learnt from the Rotterdam CCS Network Project which may be useful to support development of CCS projects around the globe; and
  2. to improve delivery of the Rotterdam CCS Network Project by reviewing its own project development processes.

The Rotterdam Climate Initiative (RCI) is in the process of realising CCS in the Rotterdam area of the Netherlands. As a major part of the initiative, CCS activities commenced in 2006 and to date more than 20 companies have cooperated to provide feasibility level engineering studies for CO2 capture projects and a common CO2 transport infrastructure network. The Rotterdam CCS Network Project can be characterised by:

  • a broad cooperation between parties, with the active commitment of industrial organisations;
  • a vision that transcends single-source-single-sink projects and aims at a network, a hub function and focuses on the whole CCS chain of CCS; encompassing technology and organisational, legal and financial issues; and
  • a local (political) commitment to a long term approach towards CCS deployment which transcends the region of Rotterdam.

The Rotterdam CCS Network project has experience in a large number of fields that are highly relevant to other CCS projects. These include: use of goals and means; internal organisation; co-operation with industry, authorities and other stakeholders; technical, financial, legal and communication aspects; and lobbying.

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CO2 storage capacity assessment methodology
CO2 storage capacity assessment methodology

1st March 2011

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, Rotterdam Climate Initiative, TNO

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

In early 2010, TNO Built Environment and Geosciences (TNO) was contracted by the Rotterdam Climate Initiative (RCI) to conduct an Independent CO2 Storage Assessment (“the ISA” or “the Study”) of offshore CO2 storage sites under the Dutch North Sea, so as to support the early deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Rotterdam and the development of a Rotterdam CCS Network. 

This document provides an outline of the rationale and key objectives for the Study and a description of the methodology applied. 

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Conference report: 1st carbon capture and storage seminar for the regions
Conference report: 1st carbon capture and storage seminar for the regions

1st July 2010

Organisation(s): Rotterdam Climate Initiative

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Use and storage (CCUS)

Conference report fro the 1st carbon capture and storage seminar for the regions, Rotterdam, July 2010.

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