On behalf of the EC FP7 CCS projects CO2QUEST and IMPACTS, we invite you to join us in Athens, Greece, to attend the 2nd International Forum on Recent Developments of CCS Implementation workshop on the 16th and 17th of December 2015.

A Final Agenda is now available – Event Registration is still open (subject to hotel availability).

Download the latest Event Flyer.

Selected papers will appear in a Special Edition of the IJGGC.

Travel information can be found here.

Please regularly check this page for updates, or email Abigail Ward (A.M.E.Ward@leeds.ac.uk) with any enquiries.

Book of Abstracts

The Book of Abstracts is available to download as a PDF. (A high resolution copy is available at request. Please email Abby Ward (A.M.E.Ward@leeds.ac.uk)

The Delegate Pack is also available to download.

IJGGC

Selected high impact papers will appear in a special edition of the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control that will be published in 2016.

Abstracts submitted for consideration will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee after the event has taken place. The Committee will follow IJGGC guidelines to select the proposed papers which will then go through the standard IJGGC peer-review process.

Presentations

2nd International Forum on Recent Developments of CCS Implementation
16th December 2015
Presentation TitlePresentation
Plenary Lecture 1: Status of National and International Standardisation on CO2 Transportation
Dr Achim Hilgenstock (Hilgenstock Consulting, Germany)Download
An Overview of the CO2QUEST Project
Haroun Mahgerefteh (UCL, UK)N/A
Design and Application of a Large-scale Experimental Pipeline for Studying the Release and Dispersion Characteristics of CO2 in Different Phase States
Xingqing Yan (DUT, China)Download
High Pressure CO2 CCS Pipelines: Comparing Dispersion Models with Multiple Experimental Datasets
Chris Wareing (University of Leeds, UK)Download
On Simulation of Dynamic Brittle Fracture of CO2 Pipeline Using Coupled Fluid–structure Modelling Approach
Reza Hojjati-Talemi (OCAS, Belgium)Download
Predicting the Atmospheric Dispersion of Carbon Dioxide from A Ruptured Pipeline Buried Under the Ground
Jennifer Wen (University of Warwick, UK)Download
Techno-economic Analysis of Gas Purification for CO2 Transport in Pipeline Networks and Injection for Storage
Evgenia Mechleri (Imperial College London, UK)N/A
Impact of Impurities in CO2 Streams on Compression Strategies for Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Sergey Martynov (UCL, UK)Download
Computationally Efficient Simulation of Two-phase Flows of CO2 Mixtures
Solomon Brown (UCL, UK)Download
Plenary Lecture 2: CO2 Transport and Safety - An Industrial Perspective
Michael Drescher (Statoil R&D, Norway)Download
Highlights of the IMPACTS Project – Ambition, Scope and Main Findings
Marit Mazzetti (SINTEF, Norway)Download
IMPACTS Recommendations for Safe and Efficient Handling of CO2 with Impurities
Amy Brunsvold (SINTEF, Norway)Download
The IMPACTS Toolbox for the design and operation of CCS systems
Filip Neele (TNO, The Netherlands)Download
Techno-economic Evaluation on the Effects of Impurities for Conditioning and Transport of CO2 by Pipeline
Geir Skaugen (SINTEF, Norway)Download
Impacts of Impurities on CO2 Transport and Storage
Heike Ruetters (BGR, Germany)N/A
Techno-Economic Analysis of CO2 Quality Impact on CCS Chains
Charles Eickhoff (Progressive Energy Ltd., UK)Download
Operational Flexibility of CO2 Transport and Storage
James Craig (IEAGHG, UK)Download
The Multi-period Optimisation of Full CCS Chain for Flexible Operation: From a Gas-fired Power Station to Injection/Storage
Evgenia Mechleri (Imperial College London, UK)N/A
CO2 Purity from Different Carbon Capture Applications and Associated Cost and Performance
Richard Porter (UCL, UK)Download
Assessment of CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery Projects through Process Modelling
Adekola Lawal (Process Systems Enterprise Ltd., UK)Download
Quantification of the WaterCarbonEnergy Nexus for Carbon Negative Electricity Generation
Mathilde Fajardy (Imperial College London, UK)N/A
2nd International Forum on Recent Developments of CCS Implementation
17th December 2015  
Presentation TitlePresentation
Plenary Lecture 3: Fracture Propagation in a CO2 Pipeline – An Operator’s Perspective
Russell Cooper  (National Grid, UK)Download
Thermodynamic Properties of a Rich CO2 Mixture with Methanol in Conditions of Interest for CCS Technology
Sofía Blanco (UNIZAR, Spain)Download
Experimental Speed of Sound in CO2-rich Mixtures with Methanol. Extrapolation to Pure CO2
Javier Fernández López (UNIZAR, Spain)Download
Investigation of Models for Prediction of Viscosity Properties for CO2 Mixtures
Jacob Stang (SINTEF, Norway)N/A
Modeling of CO2 Solubility in Single and Mixed Electrolyte Solutions Using Statistical Associating Fluid Theory
Ioannis Economou (Texas A&M University, Qatar)Download
Development of a Novel Experimental Apparatus for Hydrate Equilibrium Measurements
Panagiotis Kastanidis (NCSR Demokritos, Greece)Download
Ionic Liquids for CO2 Capture using Molecular Simulation: Bulk and Permeability Properties
Niki Vergadou (NCSR Demokritos, Greece)N/A
Simulation of Two-Phase Flow of CO2 Mixtures: Comparing Cubic and Reference Equations of State
Halvor Lund (SINTEF, Norway )Download
Iolicap Project Results
George Romanos (NCSR Demokritos, Greece)Download
Vapour-liquid Equilibrium Data for the Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen (CO2+O2) System at 6 Isotherms Between the Freezing Point and Critical Temperature of CO2
Sigurd Weidemann Lovseth (SINTEF, Norway)Download
Experimental Work at RUB and Tsinghua and a New Model Describing Thermodynamic Properties of CO2-rich Mixtures
Roland Span (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany)Download
Modeling Solid–Fluid Equilibria with Application to CO2 Mixtures
Ilias Nikolaidis (NCSR Demokritos, Greece)Download
Plenary Lecture 4: CCS Developments in North America
Dr Greeshma Gadikota  (University of Columbia, USA)N/A
Reactive Transport Simulations of an Impure CO2 Flue Gas Injection into a Saline Aquifer on a 2D Reservoir Scale
Dorothee Rebscher (BGR, Germany)Download
Analysing the Effect of Impurities in the CO2 Stream Injected on Fractured Carbonates
Miguel Angel Delgado (CIUDEN, Spain)Download
Effect of SO2 Co-injection on CO2 Storage
Marielle Koenen (TNO, The Netherlands)Download
Comparison of Different Numerical and Modelling Approaches for Implementing SO2 as a CO2 Flue Gas Impurity in Geochemical Simulations in Saline Sandstone Aquifers
Dorothee Rebscher (BGR, Germany)Download

The final agenda is available to download as a PDF.

Wednesday, 16 December, 2015
08:00REGISTRATION/WELCOME COFFEEFaidra / Parthenon rooms
08:30Opening: Welcome and Introduction
Dr. Nils Røkke (SINTEF, Norway) & Prof. Michael Fairweather (University of Leeds, UK)Hedra meeting room
08:40Plenary Lecture 1: Status of International Standardisation on CO2 Transportation
Dr. Achim Hilgenstock (Hilgenstock Consulting, Germany)
Chair: Dr. Marit Mazzetti (SINTEF, Norway)
Session 1: Transport & Safety 
Chair: Dr. Marit Mazzetti (SINTEF, Norway)
09:20An Overview of the CO2QUEST Project
Haroun Mahgerefteh (UCL, UK)
09:30Design and Application of a Large-scale Experimental Pipeline for Studying the Release and Dispersion Characteristics of CO2 in Different Phase States
Xingqing Yan (DUT, China)
09:50High Pressure CO2 CCS Pipelines: Comparing Dispersion Models with Multiple Experimental Datasets
Chris Wareing (University of Leeds, UK)
10:10On Simulation of Dynamic Brittle Fracture of CO2 Pipeline Using Coupled Fluid–structure Modelling Approach
Reza Hojjati-Talemi (OCAS, Belgium)
10:30Predicting the Atmospheric Dispersion of Carbon Dioxide from A Buried Ruptured Pipeline
Jennifer Wen (University of Warwick, UK)
10:50COFFEE BREAKFaidra / Parthenon rooms
Session 2: Transport & Safety
Chair: Prof. Haroun Mahgerefteh (UCL, UK)Hedra meeting room
11:10Techno-economic Analysis of Gas Purification for CO2 Transport in Pipeline Networks and Injection for Storage
Evgenia Mechleri (Imperial College London, UK)
11:30Impact of Impurities in CO2 Streams on Compression Strategies for Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Sergey Martynov (UCL, UK)
11:50Computationally Efficient Simulation of Two-phase Flows of CO2 Mixtures
Solomon Brown (UCL, UK)
12:10LUNCHFaidra / Parthenon rooms
12:50Plenary Lecture 2: CO2 Transport and Safety - An Industrial Perspective
Mr. Michael Drescher (Statoil R&D, Norway)
Chair: Dr. Evgenia Mechleri  (Imperial College London, UK) 
Hedra meeting room
 
 
 
 
Hedra meeting room
Session 3: Process Optimisation and Techno-economic Considerations 
Chair: Dr. Evgenia Mechleri  (Imperial College London, UK)
13:30Highlights of the IMPACTS Project – Ambition, Scope and Main Findings
Marit Mazzetti (SINTEF, Norway)
13:50IMPACTS Recommendations for Safe and Efficient Handling of CO2 with Impurities
Amy Brunsvold (SINTEF, Norway)
14:10The IMPACTS Toolbox for the Design and Operation of CCS Systems
Filip Neele (TNO, The Netherlands)
14:30Techno-economic Evaluation on the Effects of Impurities for Conditioning and Transport of CO2 by Pipeline
Geir Skaugen (SINTEF, Norway)
14:50Impacts of Impurities on CO2 Transport and Storage
Heike Ruetters (BGR, Germany)
15:10Techno-Economic Analysis of CO2 Quality Impact on CCS Chains
Charles Eickhoff (Progressive Energy Ltd., UK)
15:30COFFEE BREAKFaidra / Parthenon rooms
Session 4: Process Optimisation and Techno-economic Considerations
Chair: Dr. Halvor Lund (SINTEF, Norway)Hedra meeting room
15:50Operational Flexibility of CO2 Transport and Storage
James Craig (IEAGHG, UK)
16:10The Multi-period Optimisation of Full CCS Chain for Flexible Operation: From a Gas-fired Power Station to Injection/Storage
Evgenia Mechleri (Imperial College London, UK)
16:30CO2 Purity from Different Carbon Capture Applications and Associated Cost and Performance
Richard Porter (UCL, UK)
16:50Assessment of CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery Projects through Process Modelling
Adekola Lawal (Process Systems Enterprise Ltd., UK)
17:10Quantification of the WaterCarbonEnergy Nexus for Carbon Negative Electricity Generation
Mathilde Fajardy (Imperial College London, UK)
17:30CLOSE
Cocktail Dinner
20:00 – 22:00:Cocktail dinner at the Grande Balcon
Thursday, 17 December, 2015
08:00REGISTRATION/WELCOME COFFEEFaidra / Parthenon rooms
08:30Plenary Lecture 3: Fracture Propagation in a CO2 Pipeline – An Operator’s Perspective
Russell Cooper  (National Grid, UK)
Chair: Dr. Amy Brunsvold (SINTEF, Norway)Hedra meeting room
Session 5: Thermophysical Properties
Chair: Dr. Amy Brunsvold (SINTEF, Norway)
09:10Thermodynamic properties of a CO2-rich mixture CO2+CH3OH in conditions of interest for CCS technology and other applications
Sofía Blanco (UNIZAR, Spain)
09:30Experimental Speed of Sound in CO2-rich Mixtures with Methanol. Extrapolation to Pure CO2
Javier Fernández López (UNIZAR, Spain)
09:50Investigation of Models for Prediction of Viscosity Properties for CO2 Mixtures
Jacob Stang (SINTEF, Norway)
10:10Modeling of CO2 Solubility in Single and Mixed Electrolyte Solutions Using Statistical Associating Fluid Theory
Ioannis Economou (Texas A&M University, Qatar)
10:30Development of a Novel Experimental Apparatus for Hydrate Equilibrium Measurements
Panagiotis Kastanidis (NCSR Demokritos, Greece)
10:50COFFEE BREAKFaidra / Parthenon rooms
Session 6: Thermophysical Properties
Chair: Prof. Ioannis Economou (Texas A&M University, Qatar)Hedra meeting room
11:10Ionic Liquids for CO2 Capture using Molecular Simulation: Bulk and Permeability Properties
Niki Vergadou (NCSR Demokritos, Greece)
11:30Simulation of Two-Phase Flow of CO2 Mixtures: Comparing Cubic and Reference Equations of State
Halvor Lund (SINTEF, Norway )
11:50Iolicap Project Results
George Romanos (NCSR Demokritos, Greece)
12:10Vapour-liquid Equilibrium Data for the Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen (CO2+O2) System at 6 Isotherms Between the Freezing Point and Critical Temperature of CO2
Jacob Stang (SINTEF, Norway)
12:30Experimental Work at RUB and Tsinghua and a New Model Describing Thermodynamic Properties of CO2-rich Mixtures
Roland Span (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany)
12:50Modeling Solid–Fluid Equilibria with Application to CO2 Mixtures
Ilias Nikolaidis (NCSR Demokritos, Greece)
13:10LUNCHFaidra / Parthenon rooms
13:50Plenary Lecture 4: CCS Developments in North America
Dr. Greeshma Gadikota  (University of Columbia, USA)
Chair: Dr. Filip Neele (TNO, The Netherlands) #rowspan#
Session 7: Storage
Chair: Dr. Filip Neele (TNO, The Netherlands)
14:30Reactive Transport Simulations of an Impure CO2 Flue Gas Injection into a Saline Aquifer on a 2D Reservoir Scale
Dorothee Rebscher (BGR, Germany)
14:50Analysing the Effect of Impurities in the CO2 Stream Injected on Fractured Carbonates
Miguel Angel Delgado (CIUDEN, Spain)
15:10Effect of SO2 Co-injection on CO2 Storage
Marielle Koenen (TNO, The Netherlands)
15:30Comparison of Different Numerical and Modelling Approaches for Implementing SO2 as a CO2 Flue Gas Impurity in Geochemical Simulations in Saline Sandstone Aquifers
Dorothee Rebscher (BGR, Germany)
15:50Thanks and End of Conference
Haroun Mahgerefteh (UCL, UK)
16:00CLOSE

The following posters will be presented throughout the event:

Posters
Potentiodynamic Anodic Polarisation for the Corrosion Study of Stainless Steel 304 and Ion in Aqueous Amine Solvents
Paraskevi Gkanavara (Imperial College London, UK)
An Analytical Model for Blowdown of Pressurised CO2 Pipelines
Wentian Zheng (UCL, UK)
TREND – A Software Package Providing Thermophysical Properties for the CCS community
Stefan Herrig (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany)
CO2 Capture and Purification Technology with Selective Removal of NOx and SO2
Shaoyun Chen (DUT, China)
Simulation of Transient Flow in CCS Pipelines with Intermediate Storage
Nor Daud (UCL, UK)
Investigating the Corrosion and Surface Passivation of Carbon Steel in Amine Blends
Louis Yu (Imperial College London, UK)
Choice of Benchmark CCS Chains for Illustrating CO2 Quality Issues
Charles Eickhoff (Progressive Energy Ltd., UK)
The  European CCS Laboratory Infrastructure ECCSEL
Paris Klimantos (NTNU , NO)