GHGT8 papers 2006

Here are papers written by UKCCSC consortium members for the GHGT8 conference, to be held on 19 – 22 June 2006 in Trondeim, Norway. 

CALIBRATING RESERVOIR PERFORMANCE WITH TIME-LAPSE SEISMIC MONITORING AND FLOW SIMULATIONS OF THE SLEIPNER CO2 PLUME
Andy Chadwick, David Noy, Erik Lindeberg, Rob Arts, Ola Eiken, Gareth Williams.
British Geological Survey and others

INITIAL EVALUATION OF CARBON CAPTURE PLANT FLEXIBILITY
Hannah Chalmers, Chee Chen, Mathieu Lucquiaud, Jon Gibbins and Goran Strbac
Imperial College of Science and Technology, London.

POTENTIAL FOR SYNERGY BETWEEN RENEWABLES AND CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE
Hannah Chalmers and Jon Gibbins
Imperial College of Science and Technology, London.

COMPARISON OF PRE AND POST-COMBUSTION CO2 ADSORBENT TECHNOLOGIES
T.C. Drage, A. Arenillas, K. Smith and C.E. Snape
Nottingham Fuel and Energy Centre, University of Nottingham and others

THE LIABILITY OF CARBON DIOXIDE STORAGE
Mark de Figueiredo, David Reiner, Howard Herzog and Kenneth Oye;
Laboratory for Energy and the Environment, M.I.T., Cambridge, USA, and others

AN INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT OF CARBON DIOXIDE CAPTURE AND STORAGE IN THE UK
Clair Gough, Simon Shackley, Sam Holloway, Michelle Bentham, Igor Bulatov, Carly McLachlan, Jiri Klemeš, Ray Purdy and Tim Cockerill.
The Tyndall Centre, The University of Manchester, and others.

LONG-TIMESCALE INTERACTION OF CO2 STORAGE WITH RESERVOIR AND SEAL: MILLER AND BRAE NATURAL ANALOGUE FIELDS NORTH SEA
Stuart Haszeldine, Jiemin Lu, Mark Wilkinson and Gordon Macleod
GeoSciences, Edinburgh University

A PHYSICAL ABSORPTION PROCESS FOR THE CAPTURE OF CO2 FROM CO2-RICH NATURAL GAS STREAMS
Emmanuel Keskes, Claire S. Adjiman, Amparo Galindo, and George Jackson,
Imperial College of Science and Technology, London.

MEDIA FRAMING OF NEW TECHNOLOGY: THE CASE OF CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE
Sarah Mander, Clair Gough
The Tyndall Centre, University of Manchester

AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF PUBLIC ATTITUDES TOWARDS CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES
David Reiner, Tom Curry, Mark de Figueiredo, Howard Herzog, Steven Ansolabehere, Kenshi Itaoka, Makoto Akai, Filip Johnsson and Mikael Odenberger
Cambridge University and others