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NCCS online webinar series 2022

22 September - 3 November

The Norwegian CCS Research Centre (NCCS) will be hosting a series of web events this autumn starting on Thursday, 22nd September 2022.

See the agenda below and find further details and registration form here

 

Date and timeSession titleSpeakers
Thursday 22nd September
1-1.30 pm
The Norwegian CCS Research CentreMona Mølnvik, NCCS Centre Director
Thursday 22nd September
1.30-2 pm
LINCCS: Norwegian industry-driven initiative accelerating the development of sustainable & scalable carbon value chainsCraig Harvey, Aker Solutions
Tuesday 27th September
1-1.30 pm
CCS regulation: taking stake and looking aheadCatherine Banet, University of Oslo
Tuesday 27th September
1.30-2 pm
Longship and the capture projects: status and futureJannicke Bjerkås, director for CCS at Hafslund Oslo Celsio
Thursday 29th September
1-1.30 pm
Full-scale CO2 storage: a perspective from the Northern Lights Joint VentureCristel Lambton, Northern Lights
Thursday 29th September
1.30-2 pm
Effects of plastic deformation on poroelastic pore pressure coefficientsMarcin Ireneusz Duda, SINTEF
Tuesday 4th October

1-1.30 pm

Shale caprock creep as a fracture healing mechanism. How does exposure to CO2 alter caprock behaviour?Pierre Cerasi, SINTEF
Tuesday 4th October
1.30-2 pm
SINTEF Pore Imaging LaboratoryAmir Ghaderi, SINTEF
Thursday 6th October
1-1.30 pm
Experiments and modelling of choked flow of CO2 in orifices and nozzlesSvend Tollak Munkejord, SINTEF
Thursday 6th October
1.30-2pm
Integrated characterization of the faulted caprock shales of the Longyearbyen CO2 Lab
Tuesday 11th October
1-1.30 pm
Smart planning of CO2 capture and conditioning deployment from CO2 emission clusters.Simon Roussanaly, SINTEF
Tuesday 11th October
1.30-2 pm
Non invasive well integrity monitoring – Findings from the TOPHOLE projectBastien Dupuy, SINTEF
Thursday 13th October
1-1.30 pm
The ECCSEL Svelvik CO2 Field Lab – Hands-on experience with CO2 migration and monitoringAlv-Arne Grimstad, SINTEF
Thursday 13th October
1.30-2 pm
Brevik CCS project, large scale carbon capture applied to cement industryVictor Darde, Aker Carbon Capture
Tuesday 18th October
1-1.30 pm
Single-step hydrogen production from NH3, CH4, and biogas in stacked proton ceramic reactorsD. Clark, CoorsTek
Tuesday 18th October
1.30-2 pm
Construction and utilisation of a geological and geomechanical model of the Southern North Sea focusing on the Bunter Sandstone
Thursday 20th October
1-1.30 pm
The effect of hydrogen enrichment on the combustion dynamics of premixed flames in gas turbinesEirik Æsøy, NTNU
Thursday 20th October
1.30-2 pm
Hybrid concept sorbent (VSA) – membrane for post-combustion CO2 capture from Industrial Flue GasesRuben Mocholi Montanes, SINTEF
Tuesday 1st November
1-1.30 pm
Undrained pore pressure response of the Draupne shaleMagnus Solda, NGI
Tuesday 1st November
1.30-2 pm
Is it possible to improve chemical stability of solvents for CO2 capture?Andreas Grimstvedt, SINTEF
Thursday 3rd November
1-1.30 pm
New viscosity and density measurements of CO2 and CO2-rich mixtures for reduction of CCS costs and riskBahareh Khosravi, NTNU
Thursday 3rd November
1.30-2 pm
Dynamic modelling and simulations of low-pressure liquid CO2 terminal operations Stian Trædal, SINTEF

 

Details

Start:
22 September
End:
3 November