9C Program Overviews

  1. Application of Canadian Standards Association guidelines for geologic storage of CO2 toward the development of a monitoring, verification, and accounting plan for a potential CCS project at Fort Nelson, British Columbia, Canada:
    James A Sorensen, Steven A Smith, Charles D Gorecki, Lisa S Botnen, Edward N Steadman, John A Harju, The Energy & Envorinmental Center

  2. U.S. DOE/NETL Core R&D program for carbon storage technology development: 
    Traci Rodosta, Bruce Brown, NETL; Larry Myer, David Wildman, Robert Kane, Leonardo Technologies Inc.

  3. The CCP3 collaboration project – Main achievements:
    Ivan Miracca, Saipen SpA; Mark Crombie, BP Group Technology; Scott W Imbus, Chevron Energy Technology Co

  4. CATO: the value of integration: 
    J Brouwer, J Hopman, TNO; M Verlinde-van den berg, S van Egmond, University of Utrecht
  • Tuesday, 21 July 2015