CLIMIT Digit 2021

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CLIMIT Digit 2021

Prosjektene som støttes av CLIMIT-programmet er verdensledende på mange områder innen CCS takket være prosjekteiernes kunnskap, erfaring og satsingsvilje kombinert med myndighetenes langsiktige støtte til utvikling av CO2-håndtering. I webinaret viser vi fram bredden av prosjekter som støttes av programmet. Prosjektene har bidratt til realisering av Langskip og bidrar til framtidig utbygging av fullskala CCS-kjeder i Norge, Europa og resten av verden.

Se opptak av CLIMIT Digit 2021

Program onsdag 10. februar 2021

Kl. 1200–1300 Felles sesjon for alle deltagere

Moderator: Kristin Halvorsen, Cicero

Velkommen, Kristin Halvorsen
Hilsen fra statsråd Tina Bru, Olje- og energidepartementet
Representanter fra CLIMITs programstyre i panelsamtale
– Arvid Nøttvedt (NORCE), Lars Petter Maltby (Eyde Cluster) og Hildegunn T. Blindheim (Norsk olje og gass)
CLIMIT prosjektportefølje, Ingrid Sørum Melaaen, Leder CLIMIT-sekretariatet

12:55-13:00 Pause

13:00-15:45 fem parallellsesjoner
All presentations are in English, except as noted below in the program *

Transport & CO2-EOR

Moderator: Tore Hatlen, CLIMIT

This session features projects covering the following topics: Ship transport, running ductile fractures in pipelines, flow assurance, gas turbine burners for hydrogen enriched fuels, the impact of impurities on the properties of CO2 streams and corrosion, subsea separation of CO2 from oil well streams, CO2 foam EOR and storage.

13:00 13:10 Sigurd Løvseth, SINTEF ER Impact of impurities in the CO2 on fluid density, viscosity and thermal conductivity, and CCS processes
13:10 13:20 Bente Leinum, DNV GL Development of guidelines for design of CO2 pipelines to prevent running ductile fractures
13:20 13:30 Gisle Nysæter, Brevik Engineering AS Toolbox for CO2 Logistics by ship
13:30 13:40 Geir Almås, Altera Infrastructure Feasibility study of CO2 transport by large ships and offshore injection to storage *Spoken: NOR, writing: ENG
13:40 13:50 Q&A
13:50 13:55 Pause
13:55 14:05 Francesco Finotti, SINTEF ER Demonstration of Flow Assurance for CO2 Transport
14:05 14:15 Leyla Teberikler, Total E&P Norge Benchmarking of simulation tools for blowdown of CO2 vessels based on experimental data
14:15 14:25 Zhilin Yang, Equinor Development of flow assurance software based on experimental data input
14:25 14:35 Andrea Gruber, SINTEF ER Development of gas turbine burner technology for hydrogen enriched fuels
14:35 14:45 Q&A
14:45 14:50 Pause
14:50 15:00 Gaute Svenningsen, IFE CO2 impurities and corrosion
15:00 15:10 Zabia Elamin, Aker Carbon Capture Case study of CO2-EOR and subsequent CO2 storage for the Brage oil field in the North Sea
15:10 15:20 Pål Helge Nøkleby, Aker Carbon Capture Development of membrane-based subsea separation of CO2 from wellstreams
15:20 15:30 Arne Graue, UiB Field Pilot of CO2 Storage in CO2 Foam EOR as CCUS
15:30 15:45 Q&A

CO2 capture

Moderator: Svein Gunnar Bekken, CLIMIT

This session will present projects covering new developments of a broad range of CO2 capture technologies, some also combined with power and hydrogen production.

13:00 13:10 Hanne Kvamsdal, SINTEF AS Developing cost-effective technologies for the entire CCUS chain
13:10 13:20 Svend Tollak Munkejord, SINTEF Energy Research Enabling a low-carbon economy via hydrogen and CCS
13:20 13:30 Tjalve Magnusson Svendsen, PROTOTECH AS Clean Highly Efficient Offshore Power with CO2 Capture *Spoken: NOR, writing: ENG
13:30 13:40 Kari Forthun, Compact Carbon Capture 3C Pilot, commercialisation and technology qualification
13:40 13:50 Q&A
13:50 00:05 13:55 Pause
13:55 14:05 Anantharaman, SINTEF ENERGI Developing a technology platform to tailor-make cost-efficient carbon capture solutions
14:05 14:15 Harald Malerød-Fjeld, CoorsTek Protonic membrane reformer technology for conversion of natural gas to hydrogen and CO2 *Spoken: NOR, writing: NOR
14:15 14:25 Øyvind Langørgen, SINTEF Efficient CO2 capture from waste-derived solid fuels using CLC technology
14:25 14:35 Kumar Ranjan Rout, SINTEF/Asbjørn Strand, Fjell Moving Bed Carbonate Looping
14:35 14:45 Q&A
14:45 00:05 14:50 Pause
14:50 15:00 Veronique Pugnet, Total Disruptive CO2 Capture – adsorption technology development
15:00 15:10 Jon Hermansen, Biobe AS New components for use in plants for CO2 capture
15:10 15:20 Hanna Knuutila, NTNU Lowering absorption process uncertainty, risks and costs by predicting and controlling amine degradation
15:20 15:30 Otto Bade, Aker Carbon Capture CO2 capture technology development for reduced energy consumption for flue gas with low CO2 concentrations *Spoken: NOR, writing: NOR
15:30 15:45 Q&A

Process industry and market development

Moderator: Jørild Svalestuen, CLIMIT

This session is devided in 3 parts. The first will present feasiblity studies on CCS in industry clusters in different parts of Norway and Preem in Sweden, as well as give the lastest update on the strategy for energy intensive industry in Norway.

Part two of the session will focus on technology development starting with a brief presentation of how technology
development can pair with the commercialization process.

Part three will be dedicated to the development and way forward of the Norwegian CCS fullskale project «»LONGSHIP»»»

13:00 13:10 Jan Gabor, Mo Industripark AS Feasibility study of CCS in an industrial cluster in Northern Norway
13:10 13:20 Lars Petter Maltby, Eyde Cluster Industrial Strategy for the Norwegian Process industry – Process21
13:20 13:30 Pål Mikkelsen/Camilla Brox, NCCE Feasibility study of CCS in an industrial cluster in East of Norway
13:30 13:40 Karin Lundqvist, Preem AB Feasibility Study of the Implementation of CCS from Major Emission Sources at Preemraff Lysekil, Sweden
13:40 13:50 Q&A
13:50 00:05 13:55 Pause
13:55 14:05 Torleif Madsen, Compact Carbon Capture AS A brief presentation of how technology development can pair with the commercialization process. Can there be found similarities for most such processes, or are technologies in need of being treated uniquely?
14:05 14:15 Helene Mørne, Carbonor AS Char production with CCS
14:15 14:25 Christian Rosenkilde, Hydro Aluminium Alternative Aluminium production process with inovative steps to reach zero or low CO2 emissions *Spoken: NOR, writing: ENG
14:25 14:35 Stig Brustad, KANFA Offshore CCS *Spoken: NOR, writing: ENG
14:35 14:45 Q&A
14:45 14:50 Pause
14:50 15:00 Audun Røsjord, Gassnova Developing Longship – Key Lessons Learned *Spoken: NOR, writing: ENG
15:00 15:10 Torbjørg Fossum, Equinor Longship & Northern Lights– paving the way for CCS scale-up and deployment *Spoken: NOR, writing: ENG
15:10 15:20 Per Brevik, HeidelbergCement Norcem – Longship and the way forward for CCS-projects in HeidlebergCement
15:20 15:30 Jim Stian Olsen, Aker Solutions Longship and further plans for the Aker Carbon Capture technology
15:30 15:45 Q&A

CO2 storage session 1

Moderator: Aage Stangeland, CLIMIT

The session will mainly present CO2 storage projects, but to show the entirety of the CLIMIT program, some CO2 capture projects will also be presented. The importance of international cooperation is also emphasized by including several ACT projects. These are projects that are supported from several countries.

13:00 13:10 Frederic Santarelli, GEOMEC Development of  a software tool based on an advanced geomechanical framework for real-time surveillance and optimization of CO2 injection operations
13:10 13:20 Stig Støa, EQUANOSTIC Ultrasonic processing algorithms can provide a better answer as to whether the cementing work during drilling and completion meets current requirements so that safe CO2 injection is ensured *Spoken: NOR, writing: ENG
13:20 13:30 Ying Guo, NORCE Model CO2 storage efficiency and enhanced oil production potential by understanding the convection-driven dissolution of CO2 in a porous medium containing oil and water
13:30 13:40 Torbjørn Vrålstad, SINTEF Develop tools, decision processes and experimental know-how to determine which wells that can be re-used for CO2 storage operations
13:40 13:50 Q&A
13:50 13:55 Pause
13:55 14:05 Grethe Tangen, SINTEF Industry Establish a common platform for international sharing of reference data related to CO2 storage
14:05 14:15 Solon Oikonomopoulos, NTNU Capture CO2 from ships and floating vessels using membrane technology
14:15 14:25 Craig Harvey, Aker Solutions A new method for non-invasive and remote well integrity monitoring
14:25 14:35 Nazmul Mondol, UiO Developing a seismic data derived 3D geomechanical model focusing on the overburden, fault and seal rocks for the CO2 storage sites Smeaheia and Aurora
14:35 14:45 Q&A
14:45 14:50 Pause
14:50 15:00 Martin Fernø/Bergit Brattekås, UiB
15:00 15:10 Magnus Wangen, IFE The project expands existing knowledge about CO2 storage in carbonate reservoirs, and develops new experimental methods in flow and storage of CO2
15:10 15:20 Guttorm Alendal, Universitetet i Bergen Use of statistical methods, including machine learning, to detect subtle signals in marine environment to monitor CO2 storage
15:20 15:30 Anja Sundal, Universitetet i Oslo Design of a mobile, cost-effective monitoring tool for CO2 storage sites on the Norwegian shelf, which is specific to different CO2 sources and can identify anthropogenic, fossil and biogenic fluids
15:30 15:45 Q&A

CO2 storage session 2

Moderator: Kari Lise Rørvik, CLIMIT

The session is divided into 3 parts where the two first will mainly present different monitoring solutions for safe CO2 storage projects including several ACT projects. The last session will focus on flow, simulation tools, data collection and possible public opposition.

13:00 13:10 Maximilian Leinenbach, FISHBONES The project looks at the possibility of using the Fishbones Jetting/Drilling technology to monitor CO2 storage reservoirs in the near well area
13:10 13:20 Anouar Romdhane, SINTEF Controlled Source Electro-Magnetic (CSEM) surveys can be very good complement to seismic data and this can lead to cost efficient monitoring of CO2 storage sites
13:20 13:30 Bahman Bohloli, NGI Ground surface deformation detection combined with geomechanical models may provide information on pressure distribution and hydraulic behavior of the storage sites
13:30 13:40 Ola Eiken, QUAD Geometrics Norway AS SHAPE will produce methodology with improved precision for monitoring uplift/subsidence, which will be tested on high-resolution subsidence data above and adjacent to the Troll Gas Field
13:40 13:50 Q&A
13:50 13:55 Pause
13:55 14:05 Bettina Goertz-Allmann, NORSAR A quantitative understanding of triggering mechanisms will not only help to better exploit the information on the CO2 cloud contained in microseismicity, but also allow a better and more quantitative estimation of associated risks and provide guidance for developing mitigation strategies
14:05 14:15 Michael Jordan, SINTEF By combining the structural and petrophysical approaches in a hybrid joint inversion we can expect consistent models that are calibrated around the well, and that can be used to derive quantitative estimates of reservoir parameters
14:15 14:25 Kirsti Midttømme, NORCE DigiMon is an ACT project. The overall objective is to develop and demonstrate an affordable, flexible, societally embedded and smart Digital Monitoring early-warning system, for monitoring any CO2 storage reservoir and subsurface barrier system
14:25 14:35 Philip Ringrose, Equinor The project works with the implementation of the instrumentation on land and the use of PRM nodes on the seabed and initiation of data collection and reporting for future monitoring
14:35 14:45 Q&A
14:45 14:50 Pause
14:50 15:00 Ivar Midtkandal, UiO COTEC is an interdisciplinary project on geological CO2 storage that explores the boundary conditions for identifying CO2 flow along faults in the underground
15:00 15:10 Gisle Andersen, NORCE Several CO2 storage projects have been met with considerable public opposition. Knowledge of the factors that influence support/resistance to CCS is absolutely necessary
15:10 15:20 Rune Thorsen, Equinor The SWAP project deals with the collection of well data in 32/4-2. These data will later be used to assess future large-scale CO2 storage
15:20 15:30 Sarah Gasda, NORCE The project will deliver a HPC-capable CO2 storage simulator with advanced functionality for meeting the gigatonne storage challenge
15:30 15:45 Q&A

15:45-16:00 Oppsummering

Ingrid Sørum Melaaen, Leder CLIMIT-sekretariatet og moderator Kristin Halvorsen, Cicero