Presentation on theme: "Developments in and around CATO Erik Lysen Managing director, Utrecht Centre for Energy research (UCE) 2 nd CATO Day, Utrecht, 9 June 2006."— Presentation transcript:
Developments in and around CATO Erik Lysen Managing director, Utrecht Centre for Energy research (UCE) 2 nd CATO Day, Utrecht, 9 June 2006
.nlwww.co2- Contents presentation Programme of 2 nd CATO Day The Whole and the Sum of Parts Interaction Matrix of Work Packages Examples of what happens in CCS in the Netherlands Example of what happens in CCS abroad
.nlwww.co2- 10:30 Developments in and around CATO (Erik Lysen) 10:45 Environmental impacts of solvents (René van Gijlswijk) 11:15 Regulating CO 2 storage (Ton Wildenborg) 11:45 Concerns around CCS & discussion (Hans Altevogt) 12: :00Lunch, Laboratory tour 1 and Poster Session :30Parallel sessions: Session A: Storage (Earth Sciences, C.008) Session B: Capture (Earth Sciences, C.010) Session C: Acceptance and System Analysis 16:30Poster Award and Closing Remarks 16:45Drinks, Laboratory tours group 2 &3 17:30Spanish and Italian buffet Programme 2 nd CATO day
.nlwww.co2- The Whole and the Sum of Parts 1.How does your research contributes to the answer of the central question of CATO: “The aim of CATO is to identify whether and how CCS can contribute to a sustainable energy system in the Netherlands, from an economical, technical, social and ecological point of view and under which conditions this option could be implemented in the Dutch energy system” 2.Which results of your research can be relevant for others and which knowledge would you like to have from other work packages?
.nlwww.co2- Interaction between Work Packages
.nlwww.co2- Examples of developments in the Netherlands CRUST: K12-B field Gaz de France NL: injection 20 kton CO 2 in nearly empty gas field (+ EGR) OCAP: Organic CO 2 for the Assimilation of Plants (CO 2 from Shell refinery to greenhouses) Working Group “Clean Fossil Fuels”: advice to Task Force Energy Transition: –CCS as third pillar of energy policy –good potential for Dutch industry and R&D –need to remove barriers
.nlwww.co2- Examples of developments in the Netherlands (2) CAPTECH: Capture Technology research programme: ECN, Shell, KEMA, Procede, UU, UCE FES budget (€60-80 million) for 3 to 4 CCS demonstration projects; proposals for ZEPP (SEQ), CO 2 storage gas field De Lier (NAM), CO 2 capture at coal gasifier Buggenum (Nuon) Corus participates in large EU project (ULCOS) to capture CO 2 in steel production process 2nd national CCS Symposium by CATO and SenterNovem (Utrecht, Dec 2006)
.nlwww.co2- Products of UU / UCE for CO2NET: –Public brochure (English, and translated into Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Czech, Dutch) –Educational CD-ROM with five lectures on CCS: 1.Climate change, sustainability and CCS (37 sheets) 2.CO2 sources and capture (102 sheets) 3.Storage, risk assessment and monitoring (70 sheets) 4.Economics (34 sheets) 5.Legal aspects, public acceptance (25 sheets)
.nlwww.co2- Time is lacking for: Which subjects are covered by new IEA-GHG studies and their recent reports? Why did the CO2 market prices drop? How is the discussion progressing on CCS and Marine treaties (OSPAR, LC)? News from ZEPPFF Technology Platform of the EU? Possible role of CDM for CCS introduction? News from CSLF?