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Kingsley Dunham Centre Keyworth Nottingham NG12 5GG Tel © NERC All rights reserved Update on Near-Zero Emissions in Coal China NZEC Jonathan Pearce
© NERC All rights reserved UKCCSC Progress meeting, September 2007, Newcastle Background G8 Gleneagles & Plan of Action – Emphasis CCS – Engaging Emerging Economies EU-China Summit (September 05) – Joint Declaration on Climate Change & Energy
© NERC All rights reserved UKCCSC Progress meeting, September 2007, Newcastle Rationale for EU-China ZEC Collaboration Meet China`s energy demand while reducing the impact on Global Climate Assess the potential for CO2 Capture & Storage in China Technology Transfer & collaboration on key new technology Opportunity for EU and Chinese Industry Address significant issue for International Climate Change Strengthen EU-China Political ties
© NERC All rights reserved UKCCSC Progress meeting, September 2007, Newcastle Overall Objectives for EU-China Near-zero Emissions Coal Cooperation 1. Assess the Potential for Near-zero emissions Coal use through C&S in China 2. Develop Expertise in C&S 3. Develop & Demonstrate in China and EU, advanced near-zero Emissions Coal Technology through C&S by 2020
© NERC All rights reserved UKCCSC Progress meeting, September 2007, Newcastle 3 Phase Approach Execute stage 3-4 Years Construct & Operate Demonstration Project. Phase 3: Define Stage ca 2 Years Define and Design a Demonstration Project. Phase 2: Appraise+Select options: ca. 3 Years Exploring the Options for Zero Emissions Coal (CCS) in China. Phase 1 :
© NERC All rights reserved UKCCSC Progress meeting, September 2007, Newcastle UK-China Phase 1 China CCS Assessment Joint Collaboration EU-China – Chinese and European Research partners – Institute,University and Industry participation Duration: 3 years – From start – Complete by end Million (++) Deliverables – Assess Viability of Zero Emissions Coal/CCS in China – Screen & Identify Opportunities for Demo & Deployment – Identify Financing Issues & Opportunities
© NERC All rights reserved UKCCSC Progress meeting, September 2007, Newcastle Current Status UK (Defra)-Chinese (MOST) negotiations now almost complete. UKCCSC Partners involved are BGS, Imperial, Cranfield, Heriot Watt – Providing expertise/advice for assessing potential of capture and storage Launch Autumn 2007 Budget ~£2m Duration ~2 years
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