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CCS learning from the LNG sector: a report for the Global CCS Institute
CCS learning from the LNG sector: a report for the Global CCS Institute

12th December 2013

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

The Global CCS Institute in its role of accelerating the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) requested and supported this analysis of another complex industry that has undergone significant growth in recent times - the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) export industry. The goal of the analysis is to identify and understand the similarities and contrasts between these industries and look for solutions and lessons that may be comparable between the industries.

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Post combustion carbon capture: thermodynamic modelling
Post combustion carbon capture: thermodynamic modelling

19th February 2013

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

This report provides a methodology for the independent validation of impacts on plant performance and inputs for retrofitting post-combustion capture (PCC) technology. The methodology can also be readily applied to green-field sites. It will also provide the foundation for the valuation of performance risks and potential revenue impacts on facility operation. The report uses a case study based on a 5000 tpd PCC retrofit at the Loy Yang A power station to develop and explain the methodology and presents results from the case study.
Importantly, both the methodology and results described in this report have been peer reviewed by a leading CCS capture technology expert who found the methodology to be a sound approach in providing performance data and in protecting technology vendor intellectual property whilst at the same time providing sufficient confidence to the wider CCS community in being able to evaluate a project.

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연소 후 탄소 포집: 열역학 모델링
연소 후 탄소 포집: 열역학 모델링

19th February 2013

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

본 보고서는 연소 후 포집(Post Combustion Capture, PCC) 기술 개조가 발전소 성능에 미치는 영향과 그 투입값에 관한 독자적인 검증법을 제공한다. 이는 미개발 구역에서 이미 적용되는 방식이며, 시설 운영 시 성능 리스크 평가와 잠재적 수익 파악의 근거를 파악한다. 보고서에서는 방법론 전개 및 설명을 위해 Loy Yang A 발전소에 5000 tpd PCC를 장착한 사례를 연구하고 거기에서 도출되는 결론을 제시할 것이다. 
본 보고서에서 제시하는 방법론 및 결론은 CCS 포집 기술 전문가가 심도있게 검증한 것으로, 성능 자료를 제시하고 기술 공급업체의 지적재산권을 보호하는 동시에 프로젝트 평가 시 CCS 업계에 충분한 신뢰감을 주는 타당한  접근 방식이라는 평을 받았다.

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燃烧后碳捕集: 热力学模型
燃烧后碳捕集: 热力学模型

19th February 2013

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

该报告提供了对改造燃烧后碳捕集(PCC)发电厂性能的影响和监管进行独立验证的方法。该方法学也可以适用于新建站点。它也将提供运行风险的价值和影响设施运营的潜在收入的基础。
重要的是,在本报告描述的方法学和结果已被一位知名的CCS捕集技术专家进行了专家审查,这位专家发现该方法学在提供性能数据和保护技术提供者知识产权上有一套健全的处理方法,同时能在评估项目中对更广泛的CCS同行提供充分的依据。

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全球CCS现状的战略分析 –  国家研究(中国)
全球CCS现状的战略分析 – 国家研究(中国)

23rd August 2012

Organisation(s): Baker & McKenzie, Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

从现在起至2020年,中国致力于使用其GDP相当大的一部分以支持技术研究和开发。温室气体减排倡议诸如CCS将能得到这些资金的相当大一部分。

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Economic assessment of carbon capture and storage technologies: 2011 update
Economic assessment of carbon capture and storage technologies: 2011 update

8th March 2011

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, Schlumberger, WorleyParsons

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

This report presents an update of the economics of carbon capture and storage (CCS) prepared in 2009. The 2009 report was commissioned by the Global CCS Institute and delivered as Foundation Report Two in the series of five studies undertaken as part of the strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage.

Foundation report two involved a detailed analysis of the capture, transport and storage costs for power plants and a select range of industrial applications. This report presents a transparent methodology that uses updated and refined costs to reflect changes in the market since 2009.

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Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 1: status of carbon capture and storage projects globally
Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 1: status of carbon capture and storage projects globally

1st November 2009

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

In May 2009, a consortium led by WorleyParsons and comprising Schlumberger, Electric Power Research Institute and Baker & McKenzie was engaged to undertake the Strategic Analysis of the Global Status of Carbon Capture and Storage.

The consortium was tasked to undertake a comprehensive survey of the status of CCS and to develop a series of reports analysing CCS projects, the economics of CCS, policies supporting CCS development and existing research and development networks.  A fifth report - the Synthesis Report - was also developed and this summarises the findings of the first four reports, and provides a comprehensive assessment of the gaps and barriers to the deployment of large-scale CCS projects, including strategies and recommendations to address these issues.

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Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage: Report 2
Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage: Report 2

1st November 2009

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

In May 2009, a consortium led by WorleyParsons and comprising Schlumberger, Electric Power Research Institute and Baker & McKenzie was engaged to undertake the Strategic Analysis of the Global Status of Carbon Capture and Storage.

The consortium was tasked to undertake a comprehensive survey of the status of CCS and to develop a series of reports analysing CCS projects, the economics of CCS, policies supporting CCS development and existing research and development networks.  A fifth report - the Synthesis Report - was also developed and this summarises the findings of the first four reports, and provides a comprehensive assessment of the gaps and barriers to the deployment of large-scale CCS projects, including strategies and recommendations to address these issues.

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Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 4: existing carbon capture and storage research and development networks around the world
Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 4: existing carbon capture and storage research and development networks around the world

1st November 2009

Organisation(s): Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

In May 2009, a consortium led by WorleyParsons and comprising Schlumberger, Electric Power Research Institute and Baker & McKenzie was engaged to undertake the Strategic Analysis of the Global Status of Carbon Capture and Storage.

The consortium was tasked to undertake a comprehensive survey of the status of CCS and to develop a series of reports analysing CCS projects, the economics of CCS, policies supporting CCS development and existing research and development networks.  A fifth report - the Synthesis Report - was also developed and this summarises the findings of the first four reports, and provides a comprehensive assessment of the gaps and barriers to the deployment of large-scale CCS projects, including strategies and recommendations to address these issues.

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Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 5: synthesis report
Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 5: synthesis report

1st November 2009

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

In May 2009, a consortium led by WorleyParsons and comprising Schlumberger, Electric Power Research Institute and Baker & McKenzie was engaged to undertake the Strategic Analysis of the Global Status of Carbon Capture and Storage.

The consortium was tasked to undertake a comprehensive survey of the status of CCS and to develop a series of reports analysing CCS projects, the economics of CCS, policies supporting CCS development and existing research and development networks.  A fifth report - the Synthesis Report - was also developed and this summarises the findings of the first four reports, and provides a comprehensive assessment of the gaps and barriers to the deployment of large-scale CCS projects, including strategies and recommendations to address these issues.

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Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 3: country studies Canada
Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 3: country studies Canada

1st July 2009

Organisation(s): Baker & McKenzie, Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

CCS policy will ultimately be driven by the western Canadian provinces, which need CCS to be aviable alternative to dramatic emissions reductions. To date, the focus in Canada has been onfunding pilot CCS projects and not developing a coherent set of standards for the proper implementation of CCS activities.

In order to encourage CCS project development, Canadian jurisdictions will need to develop regulatoryframeworks able to deal with the unique qualities of CCS projects. Existing pipelines and mininglegislation could be adapted to this purpose.

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Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 3: country studies The European Union
Strategic analysis of the global status of carbon capture and storage. Report 3: country studies The European Union

31st March 2009

Organisation(s): Baker & McKenzie, Global CCS Institute, WorleyParsons

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

The European approach to CCS policy and legislation represents some of the most comprehensive proposals for the regulation of commercial CCS facilities in the world. The CCS Directive, in particular, is a significant step towards the widespread deployment of CCS technology. It endeavours to remove regulatory barriers to CCS projects and, in doing so, amends a number of general European legislative instruments.

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