On 4 November 2009 the UK CCS Community network hosted a meeting at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London to bring together all major CCS projects recently funded by RCUK in one place. The meeting aimed to allow all attendees to update themselves on what has been a very fast-changing academic research scene and reinforce links between the project teams. The meeting was also open to additional academic attendees and to other organisations and individuals with a CCS interest. It opened with scene-setting presentations giving an overview of the RCUK CCS programme and the climate change motivation for CCS. The new DECC Chief Scientific Adviser, Prof. David MacKay, made some concluding remarks.
The links below allow downloading of pdf versions of the presentations.
Myles Allen, University of Oxford, What will it take to avoid dangerous anthropogenic interference in the climate system? And will they be talking about it in Copenhagen?
Mike Bickle et al., University of Cambridge and others, Predicting the fate of CO2 in Geological Reservoirs: fluid-fluid-mineral kinetics
Stefano Brandani, University of Edinburgh, Innovative Gas Separations for Carbon Capture – IGSCC
Ameena Camps, University of Nottingham, The Centre for Innovation in CCS
Martin Downie, Newcastle University, Materials for Next Generation CO2 transport Systems
Trevor Drage, University of Nottingham, Carbon Capture and Compression Research
Jon Gibbins et al., Imperial College London and others, UK CCS Community Network
Jason Green, RCUK, Research Councils’ Energy Programme and CCS
Stuart Haszeldine, University of Edinburgh, UK CCS Community Network
Stuart Haszeldine, University of Edinburgh, Carbon Capture from power plant and atmosphere
Gillian Pickup, Heriot-Watt University, CASSEM Overview
M. Pourkashanian, University of Leeds, CCS RCUK-EPSRC funded Research Project at Leeds, Oxy-fuel Firing
Sarah Mander et al., Tyndall Centre, Work package 6.5 Assessment of public perceptions
Stuart Scott, University of Cambridge, Joint UK-China Network to Investigate the Production of Clean Energy and Hydrogen via Novel Process Technologies
Colin Snape, EPSRC Industrial Doctorate Centre, Efficient Power from Fossil Energy and Carbon Capture Technologies
Alan Thursfield et al., Newcastle University, Ceramic membranes for energy applications and CO2 capture
Jihong Wang, University of Birmingham, Supercritical Coal Fired Power plant Dynamic Responses and Grid Code ComplianceArchived UKCCSRC Events Consortium and Network