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大容量の沖合CO2貯留オプションの独立評価
大容量の沖合CO2貯留オプションの独立評価

5th June 2013

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, TNO

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

ISAのフェーズ3は、商業ベースのCCS大規模普及の後押しとなるべく、大容量沖合貯留の利用可能性に更なる確実性をもたらすとともに、潜在的なCCSプロジェクト開発者に、プロジェクトを遂行した場合の長期的実行可能性についてより大きな信頼感を提供することを目的としている。これらの目的は、オランダ政府による陸上CO2貯留に遅延が生じているため、さらに重要性を増している。

ISAのフェーズ3の実施により、最上部に適切なシーリング層がある、高品質(すなわち、高浸透性)の貯留層すべてについて、地下断層、貯留層の拡張及び厚さ、孔隙マップなどの各データと、オランダ大陸棚(DCS: Dutch Continental Shelf)の地質に関する知識の組合せにより、潜在的な貯留区画を特定した。ISAのフェーズ3で使用したすべての情報源を含むデータベースは、サイト別に分類しており、今後の調査において使用可能である。

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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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대용량 CO2 해양지중 저장 옵션에 대한 독립 평가 (네덜란드)
대용량 CO2 해양지중 저장 옵션에 대한 독립 평가 (네덜란드)

1st March 2013

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, TNO

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

2010년, 로테르담 기후 이니셔티브(Rotterdam Climate Initiative : RCI)는 TNO 구축 환경 및 지구과학 분과(Built Environment and Geosciences, TNO)와 네덜란드 북해 해저의 해양지중 CO2저장 지역에서 독립적으로 CO2 저장 평가(Independent Storage Assessment : ISA)를 수행하기 위한 계약을 체결하였다. ISA의 목표는 CCS 프로젝트 개발자들에게 CO2 저장 후보 지역에 대한 활용 가능성, 기술적 타당성, 저장 용량 및 개발 비용에 대해 보다 높은 확실성을 제공하는 것이다. ISA 1단계에서는 2015~2020년 사이에 개발 및 사용될 수 있는 로테르담 인근 해양지중 폐가스전에 대한 CO2 저장 가능성이 조사되었다. 이는 초기 CCS 프로젝트를 지원하는 한편, 더욱 적절한 단기 옵션이 간과되지 않도록 하는 목적을 가지고 있었다. 이후, ISA 2단계에서는 최선의 옵션들에 대해 보다 상세히 연구되었다. 이 보고서의 주제인 ISA 3단계는 이러한 분석을 확장하여 네덜란드의 대용량 해양지중 CO2 저장에 대한 포괄적인 견해를 제공하고자 한다.

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Independent assessment of high-capacity offshore CO2 storage options
Independent assessment of high-capacity offshore CO2 storage options

23rd March 2012

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, TNO

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

An Independent CO2 Storage Assessment (ISA) was carried out by TNO to provide CCS project developers in the Netherlands with greater certainty over the availability and costs of prospective offshore CO2 storage sites.

This report covers Phase 3 of the ISA and provides a comprehensive overview of Dutch high-capacity offshore CO2 storage reservoirs.

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Independent storage assessment of offshore CO2 storage options for Rotterdam: summary report
Independent storage assessment of offshore CO2 storage options for Rotterdam: summary report

2nd May 2011

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, TNO

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

This report contains the steps to be taken in the development of a CO2 storage site, i.e. identification (screening), detailed study and estimation of the cost. This methodology report is considered valuable reading for any organisation that considers proving up storage reservoirs in its particular region.

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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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