CO2QUEST: Technical Meeting
EC FP7 Projects: Leading the way in CCS implementation 
University College London, UK
14-15 April 2014  
Presentation Title (EC FP7 Project)Presentation
Welcome and introduction to FP7 CCS and CO2QUEST
Haroun Mahgerefteh (chair), University College London, UK
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Novel ionic liquid and supported ionic liquid solvents for reversible capture of CO2 (IoLiCAP)
George Romanos, NCSRD, Greece
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An integrated, multi-scale modelling approach for the simulation of multiphase dispersion from accidental CO2 pipeline releases in realistic terrain (C02PipeHaz)
Robert Wolley, University of Leeds, UK
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The effect of impurities upon pipeline pressure-drop, and compressor requirement (CO2QUEST)
Sergey Martynov, University College London, UK
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Quantification of deep saline formations for CO2 storage and modelling the effects of impurities (MUSTANG)
Auli Niemi, Uppsala Universitet, Sweden
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The impact of the quality of CO2 on transport and storage behaviour (IMPACTS)
Alexandre Morin, Sintef, Norway
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Predicting and monitoring the long term behaviour of CO2 injected in deep geological formations (PANACEA/TRUST)
Auli Niemi, Uppsala Universitet, Sweden on behalf of Jacob Bensebat, EWRE, Israel
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Typical impurtities in captured CO2 streams (CO2QUEST)
Richard Porter, University of Leeds, UK
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The White Rose CCS Project
Russell Cooper, National Grid, UK
Transient fluid dynamics of CO2 mixtures (IMPACTS)
Alexandre Morin, Sintef, Norway
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Fluid properties and phase behaviour of CO2 with impurities (CO2QUEST)
George Romanos, NCSRD, Greece on behalf of Dimitrios Tsangaris
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Techno-economic assessment of CO2 chains (IMPACTS)
Charles Eickhoff, Progressive Energy, UK
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Risk assessment for the entire CCS chain and its applications to CO2QUEST: the specific case of impurities and real-scale experiments (CO2QUEST)
Niall Mac Dowell, Imperial College London, UK on behalf of Regis Farret, INERIS, France
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Ductile and brittle fracture modelling of CO2 pipelines (CO2QUEST)
Solomon Brown, University College London, UK on behalf of Dennis van Hoecke, OCAS, Belgium
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BGR and CCS (CO2QUEST)
Dorothee Rebscher, BGR, Germany
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Optimisation of CO2 capture technology allowing verification and implementation at utility scale (OCTAVIUS)
Laurence Robinson, E.ON, UK
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Multi-scale modelling of CO2 capture, transport and injection systems (CO2QUEST)
Niall Mac Dowell, Imperial College London, UK
Capacity building in the UK CCS Research Centre (UKCCSRC)
Hannah Chalmers, UKCCSRC, UK
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Instrumentation and measurement of large-scale releases of impure CO2 (CO2QUEST)
Sergey Martynov, University College London, UK on behalf of Yongchun Zhang, DUT, China
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