The third in our series of project webinars will share the latest findings from studies into the technical feasibility, cost and safety of marine CO2 transport and injection into offshore geological storage sites. The webinar will include talks on the opportunities and challenges of shipping CO2, and work to optimise batch-wise injection of CO2 into storage sites. This work package will ultimately create guidelines for those seeking to develop flexible transport and storage networks.
15.00 Welcome and project overview – Peter van Os, Project Co-ordinator, TNO, Netherlands
15.05 Ragnhild Skagestad, SINTEF M&S, Norway: Ship transport of CO2- opportunities and challenges
15.15 Marielle Koenen, TNO, Netherlands: Preventing injectivity impairment by salt precipitation during batch-wise CO2 injection
15.25 Arne Dugstad, Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), Norway: Impurities in the CO2 stream - when is corrosion an issue?
15.35 Anna Korre, Imperial College London, UK: Flexible CO2 transport and storage networks
15.45 Live Question & Answer