Octavius CCS Conference

Tuesday 17 November 2015
08:30 – 09:00        Registration
09:00 – 09:30        Opening Session
Welcome address by IFPEN Board
The OCTAVIUS Project: Paul Broutin (IFPEN)
09:30 – 12:30       First Generation Capture Processes – Part 1
Chair: Hanne Kvamsdal (SINTEF)
Process models – effect of degradation (Thor Mejdell, SINTEF)
Models for degradation compared to pilot results (Purvil Khakharia, TNO)
Models and tools for integration of the capture plant and power plant (Philip Lodrup Fosbol, DTU)
Reclaiming (Alexey Volkov, TIPS)
Process analytical techniques (Stuart Bowden, DOOSAN)
EDF Pilot plant operation in Le Havre (Myriam Louis-Louisy, EDF)
12:30 – 14:00       Lunch
14:00 – 16:00       First Generation Capture Processes – Part 2
Chair: Peter van Os (TNO)
Dynamic Modelling and Flexibility:
Dynamic modelling of the Brindisi and the Heilbronn pilot plants (Magne Hillestad, NTNU)
Flexibility studies in the Brindisi pilot (Hanne Kvamsdal, SINTEF)
Integration options for first generation capture processes (Thibaut Neveux, EDF)
Guidelines for first generation processes:
Guidelines for demos, putting together the results from the OCTAVIUS project (Adam Al-Azki, E.ON)
16:00 – 16:30       Coffee Break
16:30 – 18:00       Second Generation Capture Processes
Chair: Michel Gimenez (LAFARGE)
Development of the DMXTM process within the OCTAVIUS project (Matthieu Dreillard, IFPEN)
Overview of capture technologies for post combustion capture studied in the HiPerCap project (Peter van Os, TNO)
CO2 capture by enzymes (Geert Versteeg, PROCEDE)
Wednesday 18 November 2015
08:30 – 12:00       Emissions of CO2 Capture Processes
Chair: Valerie Czop (EDF) and Daniel Clément (ADEME)
Health and environmental impact of amine based post combustion CO2 capture – the Norwegian case (Laila Iren Helgesen, GASSNOVA)
Toxicological and health endpoint impacts (Stephanie Shaw, EPRI)
OCTAVIUS results: analysis methodology developed & round robin tests on liquid and gas samples (Isaline Fraboulet, INERIS, Ludovic Chahen, IFPEN, Kolbjorn Zahlsen, SINTEF)
DALMATIEN results (Myriam Louis-Louisy, EDF)
Understanding emissions from a post combustion CO2 capture plant- pilot plant atmospheric emissions and modelling (Merched Azzi, CSIRO)
Effect of aerosols measured on the TNO pilot plant in Maasvlakte (Earl Goetheer, TNO)
Panel discussion: impact of emissions from amines processes?
Moderator: François Kalaydjian (IFPEN)
12:00 – 13:30       Lunch
13:30 – 15:30       CO2 Capture Benchmarking Studies                                            
Chair: Robin Irons (E.ON)
Methodology for benchmarking in the OCTAVIUS project (Sören Elhers,TUHH)
Techno-economic evaluation of CO2 capture in the South-African power sector (ESKOM)
Benchmarking of first and second generation capture processes (Patrick Briot, IFPEN)
Methodology for benchmarking in the HiPerCap project (Jock Brown, DNVGL)
Panel discussion: to conclude on CO2 capture cost now and in the future
Moderator: Robin Irons (E.ON)
15:30 – 16:00       Coffee Break
16:00 – 18:30       CO2 Capture in Process Industries
Chair: Erik Deconinck (ARCELORMITTAL)
The CO2 and the cement industry, levers, needs & uses (Michel Gimenez, LAFARGE)
The NORCEM CO2 capture project in Brevik (Norway) (Per Brevik, HEIDELBERG CEMENT)
Solidia, the birth of a new binder (Günther Walenta, LAFARGE)
“Steel mill of the future” concept (Eric Deconinck, ARCELORMITTAL)
CO2 separation in steel industry coupled to a fermentation process (Salvatore Bertucci, ARCELORMITTAL)
19:30 – 22:00         Cocktail Dinner at Domaine de Vert-Mont (Rueil-Malmaison)
After the cocktail, departure of the shuttle to Paris, place Charles de Gaulle – Etoile (with stops in Rueil-Malmaison and Nanterre)
Thursday 19 November 2015
8:30 – 12:00             CO2 Geological Storage
Chair: Florence Delprat-Jannaud (IFPEN) and Dominique Copin (TOTAL)
The Lacq integrated demonstrator: Dominique Copin (TOTAL)
The ROAD demonstrator: Hans Schoenmakers (E.ON)
The Peterhead CCS project: Owain Tucker (SHELL)  
The STATOIL storage projects: Gelein de Koeijer (STATOIL)
R&D status in EU: Nils Rokke (SINTEF)
Round Table: What the future will be?
Moderator: Jean-Pierre Deflandre (IFPEN)
12:00 – 13:30       Lunch
13:30 – 16:30         CCS Politics
Panel session: Place of CCS for GHG reduction, link with COP 21 Conference, new ETS?, Social acceptance, CCS demonstrators in Europe
EU Commission, French Government
Jude Kirton-Darling  (Member of the European Parliament)
Jonas Helseth (BELLONA)
16:00 – 16:30       Closing Address by IFPEN Board
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