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This blog was written by Clea Kolster who is a PhD student at Imperial College London and received funding to attend the Manchester Biannual Meeting from the UKCCSRC ECR Meeting Fund The offshore CCS session that took place on the second day of the UKCCSRC biannual in Manchester in April 2016 triggered discussion on a range of issues that come about from deploying CCS in the UK and notably storing CO 2 offshore. The latter was split into three talks and topics ranged from understanding the actual storage capacity in the whole of the UK and the risks involved in CO 2 storage ( Hazel Clyne ), to the implications and challenges related to transporting CO 2 via pipelines with...Read more
This blog wass written by Clea Kolster , a UKCCSRC ECR member from Imperial College London, who received funding from the UKCCSRC ECR Meeting Fund to attend the International Forum on Recent Developments of CCS Implementation Leading the Way to a Low-Carbon Future which took place in Athens, March 2015. After a great evening of fun and games at the one and only Polynesian restaurant of Athens, the Ledra Kai, gifted with great cocktails, raw fish and surrounded by statues of the gods worshiped by Polynesian natives (far far away from Greece…), John Gale from the IEAGHG brought us back down to earth on Friday morning with an enlightening overview of the past, present and future of CCS worldwide. As...Read more
This blog was written by Clea Kolster , a UKCCSRC ECR member from Imperial College London, who received funding from the UKCCSRC ECR Meeting Fund to attend the International Forum on Recent Developments of CCS Implementation Leading the Way to a Low-Carbon Future which took place in Athens, March 2015. After a great evening of fun and games at the one and only Polynesian restaurant of Athens, the Ledra Kai, gifted with great cocktails, raw fish and surrounded by statues of the gods worshiped by Polynesian natives (far far away from Greece…), John Gale from the IEAGHG brought us back down to earth on Friday morning with an enlightening overview of the past, present and future of CCS worldwide. As...Read more