Poster Sessions

Posters listed in ODD numbers will be presented in Session A
Posters listed in EVEN will be presented in Session B 

Session A:Tuesday 7th 14.00 - 16.00

Session B: Wednesday 8th 14.00 - 16.00

Draft version and subject to change, posters are arranged by theme and subtheme


posterinmypocket icon
All poster presenters are invited to include their poster in Elseviers' Posterinmypocket app, click the logo for more information

Advances in Capture Technology

Benchmarking of methods and technologies

    1. Thermodynamic benchmarking of CO2 capture systems: Exergy Analysis Methodology for Adsorption Processes
      AS Calbry-Muzyka, R Haghpanagh, CF Edwards, Stanford University

    2. CO2 capture and storage from fossil fuel power plants
      Dumitru Cebrucean, Technical University of Munich; Viorica Cebrucean, Ioana Ionel, Politehnica University of Timisoara

    3. Performance requirements CO2 capture technologies: How realistic are capture cost targets?
      Daniel Jansen, ECN

      Chemical Looping

    4. Performance of different iron-based oxygen carriers in coal char-fueled chemical looping combustion
      Liangyong Chen, Yi Zhang, ALex Logue, Fang Liu, Nikolic Heather, Kunlei Liu, University of Kentucky

    5. MOVED TO SESSION 6G: The performance of Fe2O3-CaO oxygen carriers and the interaction of iron oxides with CaO during chemical looping combustion and reforming
      Mohammad Ismail, Wen Liu, Stuart A Scott, University of Cambridge

    6. Combined manganese-silica oxide as oxygen carrier for chemical-looping combustion in continuous operation
      Malin Källén, Magnus Rydén, Anders Lyngfelt, Tobias Mattisson, Chalmers University of Technology

    7. Chemical looping combustion of sulfurous solid fuels using calcium manganate as oxygen carrier
      Matthias Schmitz, Carl Linderholm, Anders Lyngfelt Chalmers University of Technology

    8. CaMnO3-? made from low-cost raw material examined as oxygen carrier in Chemical-looping Combustion
      Peter Hallberg,Magnus Rydén, Anders Lyngfelt, Tobias Mattisson, Chalmers University of Technology

      Membranes

    9. High temperature polybenzimidazole hollow fiber membranes for hydrogen separation and carbon dioxide capture from synthesis gas
      Kathryn A berchtold, Gampat J Dahe, Rajinder P Singh, Kevin W Dudeck, Cynthia F Welch, LANL

    10. Development of mixed matrix membranes containing zeolites for post-combustion carbon capture
      Nicholas Bryan, Elsa Lasseuguette, Sefano Brandani, Maria-Chiara Ferrari, University of Edinburgh

    11. Development of poly(amidoamine) dendrimer/ poly(ethylene glycol) hybrid membranes for CO2 capture at elevated pressures
      Shuhong Duan, Takashi Saito, Kota Yamazaki, Kenshi Ikeda, Ikuo Taniguchi, Shingo Kazama, Teruhiko Kai, RITE

    12. CO2 capture using a membrane pilot module at cement factory, in Brevik Norway
      M-B Hägg, NTNU; D Sherban, Yodfat Engineers; M Huibers, PRaats, DNV; M Sandru, TJ Kim, SINTEF

    13. Humidity impact on the gas permeability of PIM-1 membrane for post-combustion application
      Elsa Lasseuguette, Maria-Chiara Ferrari, Sefano Brandani, University of Edinburgh

    14. Analysis and optimal design of membrane-based CO2 capture processes for coal and natural gas-derived flue gas
      Joseph A Swisher, Abhoyjit S Bhown, EPRI

    15. CO2 separation with nano-thick polymeric membrane for pre-combustion
      Ikuo Taniguchi, Shigenori Fujikawa, Kyushu University

    16. Electrochemical membrane for combined CO2 separation, power generation, and NOx destruction
      Hossein Ghezel-Ayagh, Stephen Jolly, Dilip Patel, Carl Willman, FuelCell Energy, William A Steen, Carl F Richardson, URS Corp.; Olga A Marina, PNNL

      Novel Systems

    17. Structure transformation of Na-Mg based salts for CO2 capture and storage at high temperature probed with variable temperature X-ray powder diffraction
      Hyun Jeong Lee, Joong Hyun Kim, Sung June Cho, Chonnam National University; Jin Won Kim, Heesung Catalysts Corp

    18. BioZEG - pilot plant demonstration of high efficiency carbon negative energy production
      Arnstein Norheim, Bjørg Andressen, Arild Vik, ZEG Power AS

    19. Pi-CO2 aqueous post-combustion CO2 capture: Proof of concept through thermodynamic, hydrodynamic, and gas-lift pump modeling
      G Blount, M Gorensek, L Hamm, Savannah River National Laboratory; K O'Neil, Partnering in Innovation; C Kervévan, BRGM; MH Beddelem, CFG Services

    20. Aqueous amine spray absorption and droplet distribution data for CO2 capture applications
      Yash Tamhankar, Brett King, James Whiteley, Clint Aichele, Oklahoma State University; Michael Resetarits, Toni Cai, Fractionation Research Inc.

      Oxy-Combustion:CO2 Processing

    21. The coal-fired oxyfuel-process with additional gas treatment of the ventgas for increased capture rates
      J Dickmeis, A Kather, Hamburg University of Technology

      Oxy-Combustion: Process Design and Operation

    22. Novel analysis of CO2 concentration in amine capture solvents by vacuum assisted degassing
      BD Buschle, JM Davidson, JR Gibbins, The University of Edinburgh
    23. Equation-oriented optimization of cryogenic systems for coal oxycombustion power generation
      Alexander Dowling, Cheshta Balwani, Lorenz Biegler, Carnegie Mellon University

    24. Cost and performance of fuel-staged, pressurized oxy-combustion power plant
      Akshay Gopan, Benjamin Kumfer, Richard Axelbaum, Washington University in St Loius; Jeffrey Phillips, David Thimsen, EPRI

    25. Towards second generation oxy-pulverized coal power plants: energy penalty reduction potential of pressurized oxy-combustion systems
      Hayato Hagi, EDF R&D and Mines ParisTech; Maroun Nemer, Chakib Bouallou, Mines ParisTech; Yann Le Moullec, EDF R&D

    26. Characterising a 100kWth oxy-combustor co–firing coal and biomass: heat transfer, gas composition (SO3) and ash deposit report
      N Jurado, H Darabkhani, E Anthony, J Oakey, Cranfield University

    27. Optimisation potentials for the heat recovery in a semi-closed oxyfuel-combustion combined cycle with a reheat gas turbine
      J Mletzko, A Kather, Hamburg University of Technology

    28. Development of high-efficiency oxy-fuel IGCC system
      Yuso Oki, Saburo Hara, Satoshi Umemoto, Hiroaki Watanabe, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry

    29. Controllability analysis of an oxy-fuel CO2 capture and purification unit for coal-based power plants
      Atchariya Chansomwong, Peter Douglas, Eric Croiset, Luis Ricardez-Sandoval, University of Waterloo, Kourosh Zanganeh, Ahmed Shafeen, CanmetENERGY

    30. Development of partial oxy-combustion technology: New solvents applied to CO2 capture in fossil-fuels power plants
      F Vega, B Navarrete, M Cano, E Portillo, University of Seville

      Oxy-Combustion: Technology

    31. OxyCAP UK: Oxyfuel combustion - academic programme for the UK
      H Chalmers, J Gibbins, I Trabadela, Univeristy of Edinburgh; M Al-Jeboori, F Cavello Marincola, P Fennell, B franchetti, S Navarro-Martinez, F Wigley, Imperial College London; S Balusamy, J Dennis, S Hochgreb, S Scott, University of Cambridge; S Balck, A Clements, W Nimmo, A Pranzitelli, J Szuhánszki, M Pourkashanian, University of Leeds; H Darabkhani, N Jurado, J Oakey, Cranfield University; T Farrow, H Liu, C Snape, C-G Sun, Univeristy of Nottingham, L Gao, M Hossain, G Liu, D Sun, Y Yan, University of Kent; A Kempf, Imperial College London and Universitat Duisberg-Essen

    32. Energy Efficiency of Oxygen Enriched Air Production Technologies: Cryogeny vs Membranes
      Bouchra Belaissaoui, Eric Favre, LRGP-CNRS Université de Lorraine; Yann le Moullec, EDF R&D; Hayato Hagi EDF R&D, and MINES ParisTech

      Post Combustion: New Approaches
    33. Evaluation of energetic benefit for solid-liquid phase change CO2 absorbents
      Ugochuwkwu Edwin Aronu, Inaa Kim, Geir Haugen, Andreas Grimstvedt, SINTEF

    34. Status and analysis of next generation post-combustion CO2 capture technologies
      Abhoyjit Bhown, EPRI

    35. Comparison of post-combustion CO2 capture by solutions of ammonia and organic amines: Assessment using direct and indirect contactors
      Carol Toro-Molina, Chakib Bouallou, MINES ParisTech

    36. Development of novel synthetic amine absorbents for CO2 capture
      Firoz Chowdhury, Hidetaka Yamada, Kazuya Goto, Takayuki Higashii, RITE; Yoichi Matsuzaki Masami Onoda, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp.

    37. On the use of rotary gas/gas heat exchangers as a novel integration options for heat and water consumption in exhaust gas recycling gas turbine plants
      Laura Harraiz, Jon Gibbins, Mathieu Lucquiaud, The University of Edinburgh; Dougal Hogg, Jim Cooper, Howden Global

    38. Non-aqueous solvent (NAS) CO2 capture process
      Marty Lail, Jak Tanthana, Luke Coleman, RTI International

    39. Enzymatically assisted CO2 removal from flue-gas
      Maria Gundersen, Nicolas von Solms, John Woodley, Technical University of Denmark

    40. Evaluating transformational solvent systems for post-combustion CO2 separations
      David Heldebrant, Feng Zheng, mark Bearden, Phillip Koech, Charles Freeman, Andy Zwoster, PNNL; Paul Mathias, Mukund Bhakta, Kash Afshar, Arnold Smith, Fluor Corporation; Philip Jessop, Tamer Andrea, Kazem Ghozzati, Queens University

    41. Update on ammonia based mixed-salt technology development for CO2 capture from post-combustion power stations
      Indra Jayaweera, SRI International

    42. Development of a CO2 capture process based on ammonia solvent and a dedicated composite hollow fibre membrane contactor
      Kamel Makhloufi, Denis Roizard, Eric Favre, Universite de Lorraine; Thibaut Neveaux, Yann Le Moullec, Mohammed Kanniche, EDF R&D

    43. Solubility, kinetics, absorption heat and mass transfer studies of CO2 absorption into Aqueous Solution of 1-Dimethylamino-2-propanol
      Helei Liu, Yujiao Liang, Zhiwu Liang, Sen Liu, Kaiyun Fu, Teerawat Sema, Witchitpan Rongwong, Hunan University

    44. Validation, operation and smart full-scale design of an efficient reclaiming system for carbon capture solvents based on amino acid salt
      Berthold Melcher, Albert Reichl, Ralph Joh, Markus Kinzl, Siemens AG

    45. Evaluation of microporous biochars produced by single-step oxidation for postcombustion CO2 capture under humid conditions
      MG Plaza, AS Gonzales, F Rubiera, C Pevida, INCAR-CSIC

    46. Precipitating amino acid solvents for CO2 capture. Opportunities to reduce regeneration costs in Post combustion capture
      Eva Sanchez-Fernandez, Katarzyna Heffernan, Leen van der Ham, Marco Linders, Earl Goetheer, TNO; DWF Brilman, University of Twente; Thijs Vlugt, Delft University of Technology

    47. Novel Na-silicates CO2 sorbents from fly ash
      Aimaro Sanna, Ili Ramli, Mercedes, Maroto-Valer, Heriot-Watt University

    48. Accelerated MEA degradation study in hybrid CO2 capture systems
      Aimaro Sanna, Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Heriot-Watt University; Fernando Vega, Benito Navarrete, University of Seville

    49. CO2 capture by aqueous solution containing mixed alkanolamines and diethylene glycol in a rotating packed bed
      Cheng-Hsiu Yu, Chung-Sung Tan, National Tsinghua University

    50. Membrane stripping technology for CO2 desorption from CO2-rich absorbents with low energy consumption
      Zhen Wang, Mengxiang Fang, Qinhui Ma, Zhongyang Luo, Hangzhou University

    51. Intensification of CO2 stripping from amine solutions by ultrasonics
      Jiru Ying, Dag Eimer, Anette Mathisen, Henriette Sørensen, Hans Askel Haugen, Tel-Tek

      Post Combustion: Environmental Impacts
    52. LEMEDES-CO2: a lab for studying degradation of solvents used for CO2 capture post-combustion amine based systems
      D Bontemps, F Chopin, Y Le Moullec, T Morand, Y Zanella, C Pinto, EDF R&D

    53. Respiratory response in natural bacterial community from exposure to selected nitramines
      Catherine Brecke Gundersen, Tom Andersen, Sofia Lindahl, Rolf Vogt, University of Oslo

    54. OCTAVIUS: Establishment of guidelines and standard operating procedures (SOPS) regarding sampling and analyses for the monitoring of pollutants in CCS process liquid and atmospheric matrices
      Isaline Fraboulet, François Lestremau, Jean Poulleau, Hugues Biaudet, INERIS; Ludovic Chahen, IFPEN

    55. Experimental study of CO2 impact on aerosol formation in post-combustion amine scrubbing process
      Koshito Fujita, Daigo Muraoka, Takashi Ogawa, Kensuke Suzuki, Satoshi Saito, Toshiba Corp.

    56. Predicting amine mist formation based on aerosol number concentration and size measurements in flue gases
      Jan Mertens, Dominique Desagher, Laborled, Leonie Brachert, Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology: 
      Bernd Schallert, E.ON New Build & Technology GmbH; Purvil Khakharia, Earl Goetheer, TNO

    57. Evaluation of reclaimer sludge disposal from post-combustion CO2 capture
      Andrew Sexton, Kevin Fisher, Trimeric Corp.; Katherine Dombrowski, Jean Youngerman, URS Corp.; Paul Neilsen, Gary Rochelle, Eric Chen, The University of Texas at Austin; Prachi Singh, John Davison, IEAGHG

    58. Reducing amine aerosol emissions from carbon capture systems using colloidal gas aprons
      Jesse Thompson, Xiabing Li, Kunlei Liu, University of Kentucky

    59. Using computer modelling to simulate atmospheric movement and potential risk of pollutants from post-combustion carbon capture projects
      Ye Wu, Peter Nelson, Macquarie University

    60. Modeling of oxidative MEA degradation
      Diego Pinto, Thea Brodtkorb, Solrun J velvestad, Hanna Knuutila, Hallvard F Svendsen, NTNU

      Post Combustion: Modelling

    61. Process simulation and thermodynamic analysis of micro turbine with post-combustion CO2 capture and exhaust gas recirculation
      U Ali, KN Finney, C Font Palma, T Best, DB Ingham, KJ Hughes, M Pourkashanian, University of Leeds

    62. Modeling CO2 thermodynamics and absorption in aqueous piperazine/N-(2-aminoethyl) piperazine
      Yang Du, Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin

    63. Simulation of the post-combustion CO2 capture with Aspen HysysTM software: study of different configurations of an absorption-regeneration process for the application to cement flue gases
      J Gervasi, L Dubois, D Thomas, University of Mons

    64. Dominating dynamics of a post-combustion CO2 capture plant
      Nina Enaasen, Magne Hillestad, NTNU; Hanne Kvamsdal, SINTEF

    65. Solid formation in piperazine rate-based simulation
      Jozsef Gaspar, Kaj Thomsen, Nicolas von Solms, Philip Loldrup Fosbøl, Technical University of Denmark

    66. On reaction models of regeneration process for NH3-based CO2 capture
      Minkai Zhang, Yincheng Guo, Tsinghua University

    67. Theoretical study of temperature dependent enthalpy of absorption, heat capacity, and entropy changes for protonation of amines and amino acid solvents
      Mayuri Gupta, Hallvard Svendsen, NTNU

    68. Temperature dependent enthalpy and heat capacity for carbamate formation for amines and amino acids calculated from theoretical calculations at infinite dilution
      Mayuri Gupta, Hallvard Svendsen, NTNU

    69. Mechanisms and reaction pathways in MEA degradation; A computational study
      Mayuri Gupta, Solrun Velvestad, Hallvard Svendsen, NTNU

    70. Protonation constants (pKa) of amines in water at different temperatures and ionic strengths
      Ardi Hartono, Muhammad Saeed, Hallvard Svendsen, NTNU; Inna Kim, SINTEF

    71. A consistent thermodynamic model for Solid Liquid Equilibrium (SLE) and Vapour Liquid Equilibrium (VLE) in aqueous amine solutions
      Ardi Hartono, Hallvard Svendsen, NTNU

    72. Absorption system modeling to identify desirable solvent properties
      JR Heberle, Abhoyjit Bhown, EPRI

    73. An energy efficient solid sorbent-based carbon capture process of moving- and fluidized-bed sorption systems for single- and multi-stage process with inter-stage heat integration
      Kiwoong Kim, Daewook Kim, Junhyung Park, Eunji Jung, Yongho Son, Kwang Soon Lee, Sogang University; Yong-Ki Park, Hwimin Seo, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology

    74. A novel technology for combined SO2 recovery and NH3 recycle in aqueous ammonia-based post-combustion CO2 capture process
      Kangkang Li, Curtain University of Technology and CSIRO; Hai Yu, Paul Feron, CSIRO; Moses Tade, Curtain University of Technology

    75. A novel method for the chemical analysis of PCC process solutions
      Sarah Clifford, Duong Phan, Robert Burns, Marcel Maeder, The University of Newcaslte; Graeme Puxty, CSIRO

    76. Quantitative evaluation of the effect of uncertainty in property models on the simulated performance of solvent-based CO2-capture
      Paul Mathias, Fluor Corp.

    77. Comparison of energy consumption for different CO2 absorption configurations using different simulation tools
      Lark Erik Øi, Stian Holst Pederson Kvam, Telemark University College

    78. Volume of fluid modeling of the reactive mass transfer of CO2 into aqueous amine solutions in structured packed elements at micro-scale
      Daniel Sebastia-Saez, Panneerselvam Ranganathan, Cranfield University; Sai Gu, Cranfield University and Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University; Konstantinos Papadikis, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

    79. Effect of liquid viscosity on liquid side mass transfer coefficient in packed columns
      Di Song, Frank Seibert, Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin

    80. Process modeling of MEA carbon capture systems: an approach for model selection and evaluation
      Mijndert van der Spek, Wouter Schakel, Andrea Ramirez; Utrecht University

    81. Dynamic modeling, validation, and time scale decomposition of an advanced post-combustion amine scrubbing process
      Matthew Walters, Thomas Edgar, Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin

    82. Absorber performance with high CO2
      Yue Zhang, Darshan Sachde, Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin

    83. The advances of post-combustion CO2 capture with amine-blend solvents: Review and guidelines
      Xiaomei Wu, Ziaxiao Zhang, Xi'an Jiaoting University

    84. Computational study of CO2 absorption in aqueous and non-aqueous solutions using MEA
      Tingting Zhang, Ziaxiao Zhang, Xi'an Jiaoting University

    85. Activity based Kinetics and mass transfer of CO2 absorption into MEA using penetration theory
      Koteswara Rao Putta, Hanna Knuutila, Hallvard Svendsen, NTNU

      Post Combustion: Process Design and Operation
    86. Novel solvent regeneration process through direct steam stripping
      Qunyang Xiang, Mengxiang Fang, Wenmin Jiang, Xuping Zhou, Zhongyang Luo, Zhejiang University; Yann Le Moullec, EDF R&D; Jose-Carlos Valle-Marcos, Jiahui lu, Goufei Chen, EDF China R&D Center.

    87. Process development and scale-up for post combustion carbon capture - validation with pilot plant operation
      Albert Reichl, Rüdiger Schneider, Andre Ohligschläger, Tim Rogalinski, Stefan Hauke, Siemens AG
    88. Study of physical and chemical resistance of elastomers in aqueous MEA and MEA+CO2 solutions during post combustion carbon dioxide capture process
      Wayuta Srisang, Teeradet, Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, Raphael Idem, University of Regina

    89. Speciation of MEA-CO2 adducts at equilibrium using Raman spectroscopy
      Zulkifli Idris, Klaus J Jens, Telemark University College; Dag A Eimer, Telemark University College and Tel-Tek

    90. Experimental and theoretical study of minimum fluidization velocity and bed expansion/void fraction of a limestone based CO2 sorbent in a bubbling fluidized bed
      Chameera Jayarathna, Britt Halvorsen, Lars-Andre Tokheim, Telemark University College and Tel-Tek

    91. A two-stage methodology for optimal sizing of solvent-based PCC process
      Rajab Khalilpour Ali Abbas, University of Sysdney

    92. Heat of absorption of CO2 with aqueous solutions of MEA: new experimental data
      Inna Kim, Karl Anders Hoff, SINTEF

    93. Process modifications for solvent-based post combustion CO2 capture
      Yann Le Moullec, Thibaut B+neveux, EDF R&D; Adam Al Azki, E.ON New build and Technology; Actor Chikukwa, Karl Anders Hoff, SINTEF

    94. Designing large-scale CO2 capture units with assessment of solvent degradation
      Grégoire Léonard, Cyril Crosset, Marie-Noëlle Dumont, Dominique Toye, University of Liège

    95. Rigorous CO2 mass transfer and solubility measurements by the wetted wall column
      Le Li, Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin

    96. Evaluation of the U.S. DOE R&D program to identify advanced solvent process configurations for post combustion capture systems
      John Litynski, Mark Ackiewicz, Danielle Petrucci, US DOE; Chester Wagstaff, IBM

    97. ADA’s solid sorbent CO2 capture process: Developing solid sorbent technology to provide the necessary flexible CO2 capture solutions for a wide range of applications
      William Morris, Sharon Sjostrom, Maryam Sayyah, Omar Syed, Charles Lindsey, Meghan Lindsey, ADA-ES Inc

    98. Oxidative degradation of aqueous amine solvents for CO2 capture
      Hanbi Liu, Daneil Hatchell, Omkar Namjoshi, Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin

    99. Thermal degradation of linear diamines for CO2 capture
      Daneil Hatchell, Hanbi Liu, Omkar Namjoshi, Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin

    100. Measurements of CO2 absorption and heat consumption in laboratory rig
      Lark Erik Øi, Joachim Lundberg, Morten Pedersen, Per Morten Hansen, Morten Christian Melaaen, Telemark University College

    101. Dynamic modelling and controllability studies of a commercial-scale MEA absorption processes for CO2 capture from coal-fired power plants
      Thanita Nittaya, peter Douglas, Eric Croiset, Luis A Ricardez-Sandoval, University of Waterloo

    102. Simultaneous design and control of the MEA absorption process of a CO2 capture plant
      Mohammad Hossein Sahraei, Luis A Ricardez-Sandoval, University of Waterloo

    103. Optimal steady-state design of a post-combustion CO2 capture plant under uncertainty
      Sami Saeed Bahakim, Luis A Ricardez-Sandoval, University of Waterloo

    104. OCTAVIUS: Evaluation of flexibility and operability of amine based post combustion CO2 capture at the Brindisi Pilot Plant
      Angela Mangiaracina, Luigi Zangrilli, ENEL; Laurence Robinson, E.ON New Build and Technology; Hanne Kvamsdal, SINTEF; Peter Van Os, TNO

    105. Study of CO2 Absorption into an aqueous mixture of methyldiethanolamine-piperazine using ftir and multivariate calibration
      Henry Alexander Riodriguez Flores, Lilian Cardoso Mello, Denise Tavares Trigilio, Wilson Salvagnini, José Luis de Paiva, University of São Paulo

    106. Demonstration of advanced APBS solvent at the TNO CO2 capture pilot plant at E.ON Maasvlakte
      Prateek Bumba, Ramesh Kumar, Carbon Clean Solutions Ltd.; Purvil Khakharia, Earl Goetheer, TNO

    107. Development of a spray scrubbing process for post combustion CO2 capture with amine based solvents
      Oliver Seybooth, Simine Zimmermann, Barna Heidel, Günter Scheffknecht, Universität Stuttgart

    108. Sorbent enhanced water gas shift – rethinking carbon capture in IGCC
      William Steen, Carl Richardson, URS Group; Yongqi Lu, Hong Lu, Massoud Rostam-Abadi, University of Illinois

    109. Characteristics of CO2 capture system using KIERSOL in the LNG flue gas
      Yeo Il Yoon, Young Eun Kim, Sung Chan Nam, Soon Kwan Jeong, Sung Youn Park, Min Hye You, Ki Tae Park, Korea Institute of Energy Research

    110. Investigation of a hybrid system for post-combustion capture
      Li Zhao, Eko Primabudi, Forschungszentrum Juelich; Detlef Stolten Forschungszentrum Juelich and Aachen University

    111. Process simulation of a dual-stage selexol unit for pre-combustion carbon capture at IGCC power plant
      Hyungwoong Ahn, Zoe Kapetaki, Pietro Brandani, Stefano Brandani, The University of Edinburgh

    112. Packing characterization for post combustion CO2 capture
      Chao Wang, Micah Perry, Frank Seibert, Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin

      Post-Combustion: Solvents
    113. Recent Developments in the UNO MK 3 Process – A Low Cost, Environmentally Benign Precipitating Solvent Process for CO2 Capture
      Clare Anderson, Barry Hooper, Abdul Qader, Trent Harkin, Kathryn Smith, Kathryn Mumford, Jai Pandit, Minh Ho, Andrew Lee, Nathan Nicolas, Indrawan, Jeffri Gouw, James Xiao, Navin Thanumurthy, Nick Temple, Geoff Stevens, Dianne Wiley, CO2CRC

    114. Novel non-aqueous amine solvents for reversible CO2 capture
      Francesco Barzagli, ICCOM CNR and University of Florence; Sarah Lai, University of Florence; Fabrizio Mani, ICCOM CNR

    115. CO2 absorption in aqueous blends of benzylamine (BZA), monoethanolamine (MEA) and sterically hindered / tertiary amines - mass transfer kinetics and vapour liquid equilibria
      William Conway, Yaser Beyad, Gilles Richner, Graeme Puxty, Paul Feron, CSIRO; Marcel Maeder, The University of Newcastle

    116. 13C-NMR study of acid dissociation constant (pKa) effects on the CO2 absorption and regeneration of aqueous tertiary alkanolamine -piperazine blends
      Miho Nitta, Kogoro Hayashi, Yukio Furukawa, Waseda University; Hiroshi Sato, Yasuro Yamanaka,IHI Corp. 
    117. 13C-NMR study of acid dissociation constant (pKa) effects on the CO2 absorption and regeneration of aqueous tertiary alkanolamines
      Kogoro Hayashi, Yukio Furukawa, Waseda University; Hiroshi Sato, Yasuro Yamanaka,IHI Corp.

    118. Thermal degradation comparison of alkanolamines, diamines and amino acid salts in CO2 capture
      Quanzhen Huang, Jesse Thompson, Saloni Bhatnagar, Kunlei Liu, Center for Applied Energy Research; John P Selegue, University of Kentucky

    119. Pilot-scale evaluations of advanced solvents for post-combustion CO2 capture
      John Kay, Melanie Jensen, Nathan Fiala, University of North Dakota

    120. Thermal and oxidative degradation of aqueous N, N-Diethylethanolamine (DEEA ) at stripping conditions for CO2 capture
      Hongxia Gao, Chao Peng, Zhiwu Liang, Kaiyun Fu, Hunan University; Raphael Idem, Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, Hunan University and University of Regina

    121. Comparison of liquid phase ion speciation in DEAB-CO2-H2O system with PAB-CO2-H2O system using 13C NMR techniques
      Bin Liu, Helei Liu, Zhiwu Liang, Kaiyin Fu, Hunan University; Wichitpan Rongwong, Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, Hunan University and University of Regina

    122. Study of a novel solvent system for CO2 capture from post-combustion flue gas
      Kun Liu, Jonathan Pelgen, Reynolds Frimpong Kunlei Liu, University of Kentucky

    123. Development of hindered new amine absorbents for CO2 capture
      Shinji Murai, Yashuhiro Kato, Daigo Muraoka, Yukishige Maezawa, Takehiro Murmatsu, Satoshi Saito, Toshiba Corp.

    124. Study on high-pressure CO2 capture process
      Takashi Nakamoto, Toshinori Muraoka, Kawasaki Heavy Industries; Shin Yamamoto, Takayuki Higashii, RITE

    125. Is fly ash boosting amine losses in carbon capture from coal?
      B Schallert, S Neuhaus, C Satterley, E.On New Build and Technology

    126. Kinetics of solid formation in the chilled ammonia system and implications for a 2nd generation process
      Daniel Sutter, Matteo Gazzani, Marco Mazzotti, ETH Zurich

    127. Solubility of CO2 in aqueous amine solution: A study to select solvents for carbon capture from natural gas power plant
      Jaifei Zhang, Paul Fennell, JP Martin Trusler, Imperial College London

    128. Optimization of stripping of concentrated piperazine over a wide range of rich loading
      Junyuan Ding, Yu-Jeng Lin, Gary T. Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin

      Pre-Combution: Process Design and Operation
    129. Evaluation of a pre-combustion capture cycle based on hydrogen fired gas turbine with exhaust gas recirculation (EGR)
      M Ditaranto, SINTEF; H Li, Mälardalens University; Y Hu, University of South Wales

    130. Lignite fired IGCC with ceramic membranes for CO2 separation
      Pascal Maas, Viktor Scherer, Ruhr-University of Bochum

    131. Operability of integrated gasification combined cycle power plant with SEWGS technology for pre-combustion CO2 capture
      Bita Najmi, Olav Bolland, NTNU

    132. Techno-economic evaluation of an elevated temperature pressure swing adsorption process in a 250 MW IGCC power plant with CO2 capture
      Xuancan Zhu, Yixiang Shi, Ningsheng Cai, Shuang Li, Yi Yang, Tsinghua University

    133. Simulation and process improvements of CO2 recovery from crude synthesis gases via rectisol wash process 
      Liping Zhou, Hongxia Gao, Zhiwu Liang, Kaiyun Fu, Wichitpan Rongwong, Hunan University

      Pre-Combustion: Technology

    134. A novel strategy to produce ultrapure hydrogen from coal with pre-combustion carbon capture
      Mauro Luberti, Stefano Brandani, Hyungwoong Ahn, The University of Edinburgh

    135. Pre-combustion CO2 capture by MDEA process in IGCC based on air-blown gasification
      Simone Gamba, Stafania Moioli laura A Pellegrini, Antonio Giuffrida, Matteo C Romano, Giovanni Lozza, Politecnico di Milano

      Retrofitting

    136. HEN optimization of ammonia-based PCC processes
      Manish Sharma, Rajab Khalilpour Ali Abbas, University of Sydney

      Sorbent Systems

    137. Heat of absorption and specific heat of carbon dioxide in aqueous solutions of Monoethanolamine, 3-Piperidinemethanol and their blends
      Abdurahim Abdulkadir, Aravind Rayner, Dang Viet Quang, Nabil Ekl Hadri, Abdallah Dindi, Mohammad Abu-Zahra, Masdar Institute of Technology; Paul Feron, CSIRO

    138. Design, experimental testing of a 1.9MWth calcium looping pilot plant
      Wei-Cheng chen, Chin-Ming Huang, Wan-Hsia Liu, Ming-Hui Chang, Wang Chen, Heng-Wen Hsu, Jiu-Yen Chen, Kuo-En Huang, Industrial Technology Research Institute

    139. Experimental comparison of temperature swing adsorption (TSA) and microwave swing adsorption (MSA) in post combustion CO2 capture using commercial activated carbon
      Theo Chronopoulos, Yolanda Fernandez- Diez, M Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Raffaella Ocone, David A Reay, Herriot Watt University

    140. Development of Ca looping three-towers CFB biomass/coal gasification
      Shiying Lin, JCO

    141. Impregnation of amines onto porous precipitated silica for CO2 capture
      Dang Viet Quang,  Abdallah Dindi, Aravind Rayner, Nabil Ekl Hadri, Abdurahim Abdulkadir, Mohammad Abu-Zahra,Masdar Institute of Technology

    142. Energy requirements of post-combustion CO2 capture by amine absorbents
      Kazuya Goto, Hidetaka Yamada, Katsunori Yogo, Takayuki Higashii, RITE
    143. Characterization of amine-impregnated adsorbent for CCS post combustion
      Ardi Hartono, Peter Bruder, Hallvard Svendsen, NTNU

    144. Development of CaO-based mixed oxides as stable sorbents for post-combustion CO2 capture via carbonate looping
      Andy Antzara, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; Eleni Heracleous, CERTH; Angeliki A Lemonidou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and CERTH

    145. Design and erection of a 300 kWth indirectly heated carbonate looping test facility
      Markus Junk, Michael Reitz, Jochen Ströhle, Bernd Epple, Technische Universität Darmstadt

    146. Design of a 20 MWth carbonate looping pilot plant for CO2-capture of coal fired power plants by means of limestone
      Johannes Kremer, Markus Junk, Jochen Ströhle, Bernd Epple, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Norbert Eimer, Großkraftwerk Mannheim AG; Ulrich Priesmeier, Fisia Babcock Environment GmbH; Christoph Weingärtner, Olaf Stallmann, ALSTOM Carbon Capture GmbH

    147. Isolation and structural characterization of bicarbonate and carbonate species formed during CO2 absorption/desorption by a hindered alkanolamine
      Sun Yun Hong, Je Seung Lee, Minersk Cheong, Hoon Sik Kim, Kyung Hee University

    148. Advanced solid sorbent-based CO2 capture process
      Thomas O Nelson, Luke JI Coleman, Atish, Kataria, Marty lail, RTI International; Dang Viet Quang, Maohammad RM Abu Zahra, Masdar Institute of Technology

    149. Accelerated carbonation of circulating fluidized bed fly-ash in a rotating packed bed: Reaction kinetics and mass transfer
      Shu-Yuan pan, Pen-Chi Chiang, National Taiwan University; Yi-Hung Chen, National Taipei University of Technology; E-E Chang, Taipei Medical University

    150. Process Intensification of steel slag carbonation via a rotating packed bed: Reaction kinetics and mass transfer
      Shu-Yuan Pan, Pen-Chi Chiang, Tai-Chun Chung, National Taiwan University; Yi-Hung Chen, National Taipei University of Technology; E-E Chang, Taipei Medical University; Chun-Da Chen, Ai-Lin Shen, China Steel Corp.

    151. Reducing the cost of CO2 capture from flue gases using phase-change solvent absorption
      Anggit Raksajati, Mihn T Ho, Dianne E Wiley, CO2CRC

    152. Effect of biopolymer loading into high porosity polymer adsorbent for carbon dioxide adsorption
      C Saiwan, S Jaroensin, Chulalongkorn University; P Tontiwachwuthikul, University of Regina

    153. New poly(vinylbenzylchloride/divinylbenzene) adsorbent for carbon dioxide adsorption.  I. synthesis and parametric study
      Pailin Muchan, Chintana Saiwan, Chulalongkorn University;  David deMontigny, Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, University of Regina

    154. New poly(vinylbenzylchloride/divinylbenzene) adsorbent for carbon dioxide adsorption.  II. Effect of amine functionalization
      Pailin Muchan, Chintana Saiwan, Chulalongkorn University;  David deMontigny, Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, University of Regina

    155. Surfactant mediated carbon dioxide adsorption; the role of the co-impregnation species within solid adsorbents
      Christopher Starkie, Sean P Rigby, Trevor Drage, University of Nottingham;  Alvaro Amieiro-Fonseca, Johnson Matthey Technology Centre

    156. Chemically modified solid adsorbents for CO2 capturing
      Marvin Piet, Salam JJ Titinchi, Hanna S Abbo, University of Western Cape; Wilhelm Schwieger, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

    157. Co-adsorption of H2O on supported amine sorbents and its implications for process design
      R Veneman, DWF Brilman, Univeristy of Twente; W Zhao, Z Li, N Cai, Tsinghua University

    158. Temperature swing adsorption process for CO2 capture using polyaniline solid sorbent
      Ming-Wei Yang, Taiwan Power Research Institute; Nai-chi Chen, Chih-Hyousiang Huang, Yi-Ting Shen, Hong-sung Yang, Cheng-tung Chou, Hwa-Haia Institute for Technology

    159. Fly ash-derived solid amine sorbents for CO2 capture from flue gas
      Zhonghua Zhang, Boadong Wang, Qi Sun, National Institute of Clean-and-Low-Carbon Energy

    160. Post-combustion CO2 capture demonstration using supported amine sorbents: Design and evaluation of 200 kW pilot
      Wenying Zhao, Zhenshan Li, Ningsheng Cai, Tsinghua University

      Capture:Other
    161. Solvent screening and feasible study of retrofitting CO2 capture system for natural gas combined cycle power plant
      Satoshi Saito, Norihide Egami, Toshihisa Kiyokuni, Mitsuru Udatsu, Hideo Kitamura, Yasuhiro Kato, Takehiko Muramatsu, Toshia Corp.; Shen Yuhui, Sun Luchang, China Huadian Engineering
    162. Kinetic study on CO2 hydrate formation with THF 
      Qibei Sun, Yong Tae Kang, Korea University 
    163. Experimental evaluation of effect of oxidative degradation of aqueous monoethanolamine on heat of CO2 absorption, vapor liquid equilibrium and CO2 absorption rate
      Takao Nakagaki, Ippei Tanaka, Yukio Furukawa, Waseda University; Hiroshi Sato,  Yasuro Yamanaka, IHI Corp.

      Developments in CO2 Geological Storage

      Case Studies

    164. Regional CO2 storage resource assessment in a geologically complex, deep saline aquifer, the Middle Ordovician St. Peter Sandstone, Michigan Basin, USA
      David A Barnes, Stephan Zdan, Western Michigan University

    165. The investigation of CO2 storage potential in the Zululand B515, this will be included in the prasin in South Africa
      Nontobeko Chabangu Brendan Beck, SACCS; Nigel Hicks, Greg Botha, Jurie Viljoen, Marthinus Cloete, Council for Geoscience; Sean Davids, Petroleum Agency South Africa 

    166. The investigation of CO2 storage potential in the Algoa Basin in South Africa
      Nontobeko Chabangu Brendan Beck, SACCS; Nigel Hicks, Greg Botha, Jurie Viljoen, Marthinus Cloete, Council for Geoscience; Sean Davids, Petroleum Agency South Africa 

    167. N2-CO2 co-injection field test at Ketzin pilot CO2 storage site
      Sebastian Fischer, Martin Zimmer, Alexandra Szizybalski, ChristianKujawa, Birgit Plessen, Axel Liebscher, Fabian Moeller, The Ketzin Team, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences

    168. Petrophysical properties and their relation to injected CO2 behavior in a reservoir at the Nagaoka pilot site, Japan
      Takuma Ito, Takahiro Nakajima, Ziqiu Xue, RITE; Shun Chiyonobu, Akita University

    169. Analysis of changes in stress state and fault stability related to planned CO2 injection at the Tomakomai offshore site
      Yuki Kano, Takahiro Funatsu, Shinsuke Nakao, Kinichiro Kusunose, Tsuneo Ishido, Xinglin Lei, Toshiyuki Tosha, Geological Survey of Japan/AIST

    170. Evolution of formation water chemistry and geochemical modelling of the CO2CRC Otway Site residual gas saturation test
      D Kirste, CO2CRC and Simon Fraser University; R Haese, CO2CRC and University of Melbourne; C Boreham, CO2CRC and Geoscience Australia; U Schacht, CO2CRC and University of Adelaide

    171. The application of an integrated earth model in reservoir management of a CO2 plume
      Hannes E Leetaru, Jared Frieburg, Illinois State University; Valerie Smith, Robert Will, Schlumberger Carbon Services; Alan L Brown, Schlumberger NExT Training Services

    172. Evaluation of large-scale carbon dioxide storage potential in the Basal Saline System in the Alberta and Williston Basins in North America
      Guoxiang Liu, Wesley Peck, Jason Braunberger, Robert Klenner, Charles Gorecki, Edward Steadman, John Harju, University of Norht Dakota

    173. Basin-scale modeling for CO2 sequestration in the basal sandstone reservoir of the Illinois Basin— Improving the geologic model
      Edward Mehnert, James Damico, Scott Frailey, Hannes Leetaru, Yu-Feng Lin, Roland Okwen, Illinois State Geological Survey; Nathaniel Adams, Brynne Storsved, Albert Valocchi, University of Illinois

    174. Characterization on reservoir complex and CO2 plume with Vp/Vs : Case study at Nagaoka site, Japan
      Takahiro Nakajima, Osamu Nishizawa, Ziqiu Xue, RITE

    175. Assessment of CO2 injectivity and storage capacity, in a depleted pinnacle reef oil field in Northern Michigan
      Priya Ravi Ganesh, Srikanta Mishra, Sanjay Mawalkar, Neeraj Gupta, Battelle Memorial Institute; Rick Pardini, Core Energy LLC

    176. Observed CO2 induced reactivity in Dutch storage-analogues
      Marielle Koenen, Laura Wasch, Sven van der Gijp, Henk Pagnier, TNO

    177. Preliminary caprock integrity analysis on CO2 geological storage in saline aquifers by geochemistry and site test in Shenhua CCS demonstration project, China
      Yan Wang, Ning Wei, Xiaochun Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yongsheng Wang, Maoshan Chen, China Shenhua Coal to Liquid and Chemical Co.

      CO2 Injectivity

    178. Evaluating the effects of CO2 injection in faulted saline aquifers
      David Alexander, Donnie Boodlal, The University of Trinidad and Tobago

    179. Need for experiments on shut-ins in CO2 injection wells
      Gelein de Koeijer,  Michael Drescher, Rudolf Held, Staoil Research, development and Innovation; Morten Hammer, SINTEF

    180. Simulations and analysis of hydrate formation during CO2 injection into cold saline aquifers
      Tian Ding, Xi'an Jiatong University; Yongzhong Liu, Xi'an Jiatong University and Ministry of Education

    181. Models for CO2 injection with coupled thermal processes
      Bawfeh K Kometa, Sarah E Gasda, Ivar Aavatsmark,University of Bergen

    182. The impact of including heterogeneity into the simulation model for the evaluation of CO2 injectivity and sequestration
      Chisato Konishi,OYO Corp. and Stanford University; Masao Ohoka, Seiichi Ikeda, OYO Corp.; Makoto Ito, Chiba University; Masato Takagi, RITE

    183. Calibration of NMR well logs from carbonate reservoirs with laboratory NMR measurements and µXRCT
      Harris E Mason, Megan M Smith, Yue Hao, Susan A Carroll, LLNL

    184. Prototype for the optimization of CO2 injection wells placement in a reservoir
      M Maurand, V Barrere, IFPEN

    185. CO2 enhanced gas recovery and geologic sequestration in condensate reservoir: A simulation study of the effects of injection pressure on condensate recovery from reservoir and CO2 storage efficiency
      Jonathan Narinesingh, David Alexander, University of Trinidad and Tobago

    186. Does mercury co-captured with CO2 from fossil fuel systems affect CO2 injectivity?
      Nicolas Spycher, Curtis M Oldenburg, LBNL

      Environmental Impacts of CO2 Storage

    187. Experimental assessment of CO2 impact on calcareous sediments and water
      C Caramanna, Mariya Dikova, Cameron Rennie, MM Moroto-Valer, Heriot-Watt University; Noemie Andre, Institut National des Sciences Appliquées

    188. Trace element mobility during UK North Sea geological CO2 storage
      Kit Carruthers, Mark Wilkinson, Ian Butler, University of Edinburgh

    189. Simulation of the impact of annex gases (SOx, NyOx, O2 co-injected with CO2 during its geological storage) on the reservoir-rocks reactivity
      Jérôme Corvisier, Elise El Ahmar, Christophe Coquelet, MINES ParisTech; Jérôme Sterpenich, Romain Privat, Jean Noël Jaubert, Université de Lorraine; Karine Ballerat-Busserolles, Jean-Yves Coxam, Université Blaise Pascal Clermont-Ferrand 2; Pierre Cézac, François Contamine, Jean-Paul Serin, Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour; Véronique Lachet, IFPEN; Marc Parmentier, Louis de Lary, BRGM; Eric C. Gaucher, TOTAL

    190. Selection, instrumentation and characterization of a pilot site for CO2 leakage experimentation in a superficial aquifer
      Philippe Gombert, Zbingniew pokryszka, Stéphane Lafortune, INERIS; Julie Lions, Frédéric Gal, BRGM; Solenne Grellier, VERI; François Prevot, Yacine Darmoul, IPGP; Patrice Squarcioni, Hydro Invest

    191. Multivariate statistical evaluation of groundwater compliance data from the Illinois Basin - Decatur Project
      Abbas Iranmanesh, Randall A Locke II, Bracken T Wimmer, Illinois State Geological Survey

    192. Simulation experiment research of the impact of CO2 leakage from geological storage on physiological characteristics of C4 crops
      Junjie Ma, Lu Xue, Northwest University

    193. Effects of simulation leakage of CO2 CCS on physical-chemical properties of soil
      Junjie Ma, Xiaoli Zhu, Northwest University

    194. Simulation experiment research of the impact of CO2 leakage from geological storage on soil microbes
      Junjie Ma, Sha Wang, Northwest University

    195. Enhanced transport of heavy metals due to CO2 saturated brine
      Valentina Prigiobbe, Marc A Hesse, Steven L Bryant, The University of Texas at Austin

    196. An experimental and analogue study of iron release from red sandstones
      G purser, CA Rochelle, J Rushton, JM Pearce, D Wagner, Brititsh Geological Society

    197. Towards improvement of environmental monitoring technology based on mass balance of carbon during CO2 enhanced oil recovery and storage
      Zhang Jian zhang Yuanyuan, Li Qingfang, Liu Haili, Lu Yinjun, Lu Shijian, Shang Minghua, Sinopec Petroleum Engineering Corp.; Zhang Yu, Shengli Oilfield Company of Sinopec Corp.

    198. CO2 leakage into shallow aquifers: Modeling CO2 gas evolution and accumulation at interfaces of heterogeneity
      Mark L Porter, Rajesh Pawar, Tissa Illangasekare, LANL; Michael Plampin, Colorado school of Mines

      Geomechanics
    199. Geomechanical evaluation of thermal impact of injected CO2 temperature on a geological reservoir– application to the FutureGen 2.0 site
      Alain Bonneville, Ba Nghiep Nguyen, Mark Stewart, Z Jason Hou, Christopher Murray, Tyler Gilmore, PNNL

    200. Effective confining stress depending on fluid flow and capillary sealing properties of mudstones for CO2 geological sequestration
      Takashi Fujii, Masao Sorai, AIST; Shin-ichi Uehara, Toho University
    201. Geological CO2 storage: Incorporation of pore pressure/stress coupling and thermal effect to determine maximum sustainable pressure limit
      Seunghee Kim, Seyyed Abolfazl Hosseini, The University of Texas at Austin

    202. Integrating mechanical earth models, surface seismic, and microseismic field observations at the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project
      Donald Lee, Diana Shelander, Schlumberger PTS; Bob Will, Schlumberger Carbon Services; Robert Bauer, University of Illinois 

    203. Experimental studies on the short term effect of CO2 on the tensile failure of sandstone
      Mingze Liu, Bing Bai, Xiaochun Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    204. Fault sealing capacities of natural CO2 reservoirs
      Johannes miocic, Stuart Gilfillan, Christopher Mc Dermott, University of Edinburgh; Stuart Haszeldine, University of Edinburgh and Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage

    205. Improving our knowledge on the hydro-chemo-mechanical behaviour of fault zones in the context of CO2 geological storage
      J Rohmer, C Allanic, B Bourgine, BRGM; J Sulem, A Pouya, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier; F Renard, Université Grenoble Alpes; H Beucher, C Mehl, Mines-Paristech; M Siavelis, N Tardieu, ALNEOS

      Modelling Tools & Approaches
    206. Impact of Model Complexity on CO2 plume modelling at Sleipner
      Karl W Bandilla, Evan Leicester, Michael A Celia, Princeton University
    207. A live test of automated facies prediction at wells for CO2 storage project
      Mark Bunch, CO2CRC; Mark Lawrence, GNS Science
    208. Developing porosity with a neural network application for geologic modeling
      George Koperna Jr, Hunter Jonsonn, Advanced Resources International; Rob Trautz, EPRI; Barry Fiefeld, LBNL
    209. Long term fate of CO2 in a saline aquifer: modelling issues
      A Estublier, P Bachaud, A Michel, N Maurand, JP Deflandre, IFP Energies Nouvelles
    210. Coupled flow-geomechanical performance assessment of CO2 storage sites using the Ensemble Kalman Filter
      Jorge De la Torre Guzman, Masoud Babaei, Ji-Quan Shi, Anna Korre, Sevket Durucan, Imperial College London
    211. Artificial Neural Network based surrogate modelling for multi-objective optimisation of geological CO2 storage operations
      Indranil Pan, Masoud Babaei, Anna Korre, Sevket Durucan, Imperial College London
    212. A multi-period injection strategy based optimisation approach using kriging meta-models for CO2 storage technologies
      Indranil Pan, Masoud Babaei, Anna Korre, Sevket Durucan, Imperial College London
    213. Introducing a new smart tool for screening and addressing suitable CCS projects
      Amir Mihammad Eslami, Mehdi Delmaghani, Omid Ameri, Rahbord Energy Ltd

    214. Evaluation dynamic simulations of the Volumetric Curvature Tool for modeling reservoir compartments and leakage pathways in the Arbuckle Saline Aquifer
      Yevhen Holubnyak, Jason Rush, Willard Watney, Kansas Geological Survey
    215. Assessment of CO2 storage capacity and injectivity in saline aquifers – comparison of results from numerical flow simulations and analytical models
      Allison Hortle, Karsten Michael, CO2CRC and CSIRO; Ehsan Azizi, CO2CRC and University of New South Wales

    216. Application of multi-well analytical models to maximize geological CO2 storage in brine formations
      Seyyed Abolfazl Hosseini, Seunghee Kim Mehdi Zeidouni, The Univeristy of Texas at Austin

    217. Workflow for fast and efficient integration of Petrel-based fault models into coupled hydro-mechanical TOUGH2-MP - FLAC3D simulations of CO2 storage
      Benjamin Nakaten, Thomas Klempka, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences

    218. Threshold values for identification of contamination predicted by reduced order models
      GV Last, CJ Murray, Y Bott, CF Brown, PNNL

    219. An improved model of CO2-CH4-H2S-brine and its comparison with fugacity-activity models
      Jun Li, Xiaochun Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Lingli Wei, Shell China Innovation R&D Centre

    220. Effects of capillary pressure - fluid saturation - relative permeability relationships on predicting carbon dioxide migration during injection into saline aquifers
      Yongzhong Liu, Xi'an Jiaotong University and Ministry of Education; Le Wang, Xiaoyu Liu, Tian Ding, Xi'an Jiaotong University

    221. CO2 storage modelling and capacity estimation for the Trøndelag Platform, offshore Norway - using a basin modelling approach
      AE Lothe, BU Emmel, A Grøver, P Bergmo, SINTEF

    222. Coupling basin and reservoir simulators for an improved CO2 injection flow model
      V Teles, A Fornel, A Michel, JM Mengus, P Houel, J Delmas, N Maurand, IFPEN

    223. Simulating the flow of variable-salinity water in response to CO2 injection
      Karsten Michael, Ludovic Ricard, CO2CRC/CSIRO; Furqan Hussein, University of New South Wales

    224. Alternative conceptual geologic models for CO2 injection in a Niagaran Pinnacle Reef Oil Field, Otsego Co, Michigan USA
      John Miller, M Kelley, E Howat, G Larsen, W Rike, J Gerst, N Gupta, D Paul, Battelle; C Sullivan, PNNL; R Pardini, A Modroo, Core Energy LLC

    225. Building statistical proxy models for CO2 geologic sequestration
      Jared Schuetter, Srikanta Mishra, Priya Ravi Ganesh, Doug Mooney, Battelle Memorial Institute

    226. Model development of the aquistore CO2 storage project
      Wesley D Peck, Robert CL Klenner, Guoxiang Liu, Charles D Gorecki, Scott C Ayash, Edward N Steadman, John A Harju, The Energy & Environment Center
    227. Effect of thermodynamic phase changes on CO2 leakage
      Hariharan Ramachandran, Gary A Pope Sanjay Srinivasan, The University of Texas at Austin

    228. Coupling of TOUGHREACT-Geochemist Workbench (GWB) for modelling changes in the isotopic composition of CO2
      Maurice Shevalier, Chantsalmaa Dalkhaa, Pauline Humes, Bernhard Mayer, Veith Becker, Michael Nightingale, University of Calgary; Luc Rock, Shell Canada Ltd.; Guoxiang Zhang, Shell International Exploration and Production

    229. Chimneys, channels, pathway flow or water conducting features - an explanation from numerical modelling and implications for CO2 storage
      Ludovic Räss, Yuri Y. Podladchikov, University of Lausanne; Viktoriya Yarushina, Institute for Energy Technology; Nina SC Simon, Institute for Energy Technology and University of Oslo

    230. Study of SO2/water/salt and NO/water/salt systems from 25 to 150°C using fused silica capillary techniques and Raman microspectrometry
      Jérôme Sterpenich, Jean Dubessy, Marion Serres, Marie-Camille Caumon, Pascal Robert, Aurélien Randi, Université de Lorraine

    231. Local sensitivity of predicted CO2 injectivity and plume extent to model input parameters for the FutureGen 2.0 site
      Z Fred Zhang, Signe K White, Alain Bonneville, Tyler J Gilmore, PNNL
    232. Leakage source parameters identification for CO2 sequestration based on Occam method
      Denlong Ma, Tingting Zhang,  Jianqiang Deng, Zaoxiao Zhang, Xi'an Jiaotong University

      Monitoring Technologies and Techniques

    233. Marine biofouling of an all-optical sensor for measurement, monitoring and verification of marine carbon capture, utilization and storage sites
      Sonja Bhatia, Dalhousie University; Dave Risk, Truis Smith-Palmer, Amanda Pustam, St. Francis Xavier University; Geoff Burton, Peter Wild, University of Victoria

    234. Improved particle tracking proxy for assessing plume migration during geologic sequestration
      Sayantan Bvhowmik, Sanjay Srinivasan, Steven Bryant, The University of Texas at Austin

    235. Study of gas tracers for CO2 monitoring
      Clarissa Lovato Melo, Lia Weigert Bressan, João Marcelo Medina Ketzer, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul; Andrea Moreira, PETROBRAS and Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

    236. Update on soil CO2 flux monitoring at the Illinois Basin - Decatur Project, USA
      Carl H Carman, Randall A Locke II, Curt S Blakley, Christopher P Korose, University of Illinois

    237. An assessment of near surface CO2 leakage detection techniques under Australian conditions
      Andrew Feitz, Henry Berko, Ivan Schroder, Tehani Kuske, Geoscience Australia and CO2CRC; Charles Jenkins, CO2CRC and CSIRO; Ulrike Scacht, University of Adelaide and CO2CRC; Andre McGrath, Flinders University; Steve Curnow, Geoscience Australia; Suman George, The University of Western Australia; Charles Heath, National Geosequestration Lbaoratory and CSIRO; Steve Zegelin, Xavier Sirault, Jose Jiminez-BerniCSIRO; Hui Zhang, china Geological Survey

    238. Sensitivity of CO2 leak detection using a single atmospheric station
      Padarn Wilson, Geoscience Australia and The Australia National University; Andrew Feitz, Henry Berko, Geoscience Australia and CO2CRC; Charles Jenkins CO2CRC; Zoe Loh, David Etheridge, CO2CRC and CSIRO; Ashok Luhar, Mark Hibberd, Darren Spencer, CSIRO

    239. Predicting background concentrations for shallow subsurface monitoring
      Heike Gaasbeek, Ton Wildenborg, TNO

    240. Using baseline monitoring data to strengthen the geological characterization of a Niagaran pinnacle reef
      Jacqueline Gerst, Lydia Cumming, Matt Place, John Miller, Glenn Larsen, Neeraj Gupta, Battelle; Allen Modroo, Core Energy

    241. Characterization and time-lapse monitoring utilizing pulsed-neutron well logging at an incidental CO2 storage demonstration
      Jason Braunberger, John Hamling, Charles Gorecki, Edward steadman, John Harju, University of North Dakota; Howward Miller, Jim Rawson, Fred Walsh, Eric Pasternack, Denbury Resources Inc.; Wayne Rowe, Robert Butsch, Schlumberger Carbon Services

    242. Integration of near-surface monitoring information using ArcGIS at the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project, USA
      Christopher P Korose, Randall A Locke II, Curt S Blakley, Carl H Carmen, University of Illinois

    243. A novel shallow well monitoring system for CCUS: with application to Shengli oilfield CO2-EOR project
      Qi Li, Xiaochun Li, Zhiming Fang, Haibin Wang, Guizhen Liu, Xuehao Liu, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yuanyuan Zhang, Jian Zhang, Shijian Lu, Haili Liu, Shengli Engineering & Consulting

    244. Utilizing rare earth elements as tracers in high TDS reservoir brines in CCS applications
      Travis McLing, Idaho National Laboratory; William Smith, Robert Smith, The University of Idaho

    245. Rapid surface detection of CO2 leaks from geologic sequestration sites
      Dylan Moriarty, Sandia National Laboratories and Stanford University; Sally Benson, Stanford University

    246. Temperature monitoring using distributed temperature sensing (DTS) technology
      Vanessa Nuñez-Lopez, Mehdi Zeidouni, Javier Muñez-Torres

    247. Effect of hydrostatic pressure on distributed fiber optic sensing system
      Hyuck Park, Tamotsu Kiyama, Tsutomu Hashimoto, Osamu Nishizawa, Ziqiu Xue, RITE; Tetsuya Kogure, Shimane University

    248. Assessment of baseline ground water physical and geochemical properties for the Quest Carbon Capture and Storage Project, Alberta, Canada
      James Brydie, Don Jones, Jon Paul Jones, Ernie Perkins, Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures; Luc Rock, Shell Canada Ltd

    249. Improving Persistent Scatterers Interferometry (PSI) analysis in highly vegetal / agricultural areas for long term CO2 storage monitoring
      Jeremy Rohmer, Annick Loschetter, Daniel Racoules, Marcello de Michele, Damien Raffard, BRGM; Yann Le Gallo, GEOGREEN

    250. Electrochemical detection of underwater CO2 using amine-functionalized electrode
      Hiroshi Sato, IHI Corp.

    251. Monitoring CO2: The quest for a clean signal (examples from UT Austin BEG research)
      RC Smyth, SD Hovorka, KD Romanak, B Wolaver, P Mickler, C Yang, The University of Texas at Austin

    252. Four years of experience with a permanent seismic monitoring array at the Ketzin CO2 storage pilot site
      Philippe Steeghs, Bob Paap, Sjef Meekes, Arie Verdel, Filip neele, TNO

    253. Toward incorporating pressure-based leakage detection into monitoring programs at geologic carbon sequestration sites
      Alexander Y Sun, Jiemin Lu, Seyyedd Hosseini, Sue Hovorka, The University of Texas at Austin

    254. FutureGen 2.0 monitoring program: An overview of the monitoring approach and technologies selected for implementation
      Vince R Vermeul, Chris E Strickland, Paul D Thorne, Bruce N Bjornstad, Rob D Mackley, Charlotte Sullivan, Mark D Williams, James E Amonette, Janelle L Downs, Brad G Fritz, Jim E Szecsody, Alain Bonneville, Tyler J Gilmore, PNNL; Mark E Kelly, Battelle Memorial Institute

    255. Design support of an above cap-rock early detection monitoring system using simulated leakage scenarios at the FutureGen2.0 Site
      Mark D Williams, Vince R Vermeul, Mart Oostrom, Sean L Porse, Paul D Thorne, Jim E Szecsody, Jake A Horner, Tyler J Gilmore, PNNL

    256. Tunable diode laser absorption spectrometers for CO2 monitoring: Experiences from prototype testing at the Illinois Basin - Decatur Project, USA
      Joseph W Zimmerman, Randall A Locke II, Curt S Blakley, University of Illinois; Michael B Frish, Matthew C Laderer, Richard T Wainner, Physical Sciences Inc.

    257. Field test of in situ sensor technology for process-based soil gas monitoring
      Katherine D. Romanak, The Univeristy of Texas at Austin; G.L. Womack, Drexel University D.S. Bomse Mesa Photonics

      Monitoring: Geochemical Methods

       

    258. Geochemical Monitoring Considerations for the FutureGen 2.0 Project
      James E Amonette, Lirong Zhong, James E Szecsody, Vince R Vermeul, PNNL; Timothy A Johnson, Clayton F Spencer, Illinois College

    259. CO2 leakage in a shallow aquifer – Observed changes in case of small release
      Frédérick Gal, Julie Lyons, BRGM; Zbigniew Pokryszka, Philippe Gombert, INERIS; Solenne Grellier, VERI; François Prevot, IPGP; Patrice Squarcioni, HYDROINVEST

    260. Development and testing of a new fiber optic system for monitoring CO2 solubility in aqueous high-pressure geological systems
      Ferdinand Hingerl, Sallly M Benson, Stanford University; Sreekar Marpu, Narcisco Guzman, Jesus Delgado-Alonso, Intelligent Optical Systems

    261. Monitoring and verification of injected CO2 at the aquistore site, Saskatchewan, Canada: Sampling of tertiary, Cretaceous, and Devonian aquifers to establish a baseline and continued monitoring during CO2 injection
      Gavin KS Jensen, Saskatchewan Geological Survey; Ben Rostron, University of Alberta

    262. Baseline variability in onshore near surface gases and implications for monitoring at CO2 storage sites
      DG Jones, TS Barlow, AKAP Barkwith, SD Hannis, TR Lister, MH Strutt, British Geological Survey; SE Beaubien, T Bellomo, A Annunziatellis, S Graziani, S Lombardi, L Ruggiero, Università di Roma la Sapienza; G Braibant, F Gal, F Joublin, K Michel, Bureau de Recherche Géologique et Minière

    263. Investigating the role of noble gases as tracers for CO2 storage
      R Kilgallon, SMV Gilfillan, CI McDermott, K Edlmann, RS Hazeldine, The University of Edinburgh

    264. Noble gas geochemistry investigation of high CO2 natural gas at the LaBarge Platform, Wyoming, USA
      Matthew D Merrill, Andrew G Hunt, Celeste D Lohr, US Geological Survey

    265. Investigation of natural tracers for MMV at the Quest Carbon Capture and Storage project, Alberta, Canada
      Luc Rock, Shell Canada Ltd.; Esra Inan Villegas, Guoxiang Zhang, Shell International Exploration and Production; Veith Becker, Chantsalmaa Dalkhaa, Pauline Humez, Michael Nightingale, Maurice Shevalier, Bernhard Mayer, University of Calgary

    266. Detection of CO2 migration from depth to the near-surface
      Katherine D Romanak, Susan D Hovorka, Changbing Yang, The University of Texas at Austin

    267. WITHDRAWN: Perfluorocarbons as tracers and indicators to monitor safe CO2 storage and containment
      Henning Peters, Stephen Bourne, Claus Otto, Shell Global Solutions International; Matt Myers, Linda Stalker, Andrew Ross, Charles Heath, Cameron White, CSIRO; Luc Rock, Mauri Smith, Sean McFadden, Shell Canada Ltd.

      Monitoring: Geophysical Methods

    268. Seismic monitoring at the Decatur, IL, CO2 sequestration demonstration site
      J Ole Kaven, Stephen H Hickman, Arthur McGarr, Stephen R Walter, William L Ellsworth, US Geological Survey

    269. Acoustic velocities of brines saturated with CO2
      Maxim Lebedev, Vassili Mikhalsevitch, Curtain University; marina Pervukhina, CSIRO

    270. Acoustic response of reservoir sandstones during injection of supercritical CO2
      M Lebedev, V Mikhaltsevich, Curtin University

    271. Laboratory study of the elastic and anelastic properties of the sandstone flooded with supercritical CO2 at seismic frequencies
      V Mikhaltsevich, M Lebedev, B Gurevich, Curtin University

    272. Geophysical monitoring of CO2 in a CCS project in Alberta, Canada
      Shahin Moradi, Donald lawton, University of Calgary

    273. The effect of CO2 phase transition on seismic velocities in a typical sandstone formation
      Javad Naseryan moghadam, Nazmul Haque Mondol, Helge Hellevang, Per Aagaard, Univerity of Oslo; Øistein Johnsen, Magnus Soldal, Norwegian Geotechnical Institute

    274. Preparing for CO2 storage in the Arctic – Assessing background seismic activity and noise characteristics at the CO2Lab site, Svalbard
      D Kühn, V Oye, J Albaric, NORASR; D Harris, Deschutes Signal Processing Ltd.; A Braathen, University of Oslo and The University Centre in Svalbard; S Olaussen, The University Centre in Svalbard

    275. A fiber optic borehole seismic vector sensor system for high resolution CCUS site characterisation and monitoring
      Björn Paulsson, Julio Toko, Jon Thornburg, Ruiqing He, Paulsson Inc.

    276. CO2 characterization at the Sleipner field with full waveform inversion – Application to synthetic and real data
      A Romdhane, E Querendez, SINTEF

    277. Permanent downhole electrical imaging of CO2 migration – a review of the ERT monitoring system more than five years in operation at the Ketzin pilot site
      C Schmidt-Hattenberger, P Bergmann, T Labitzke, F Waganer, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences

    278. The evolution and effect of the velocity model on various aspects of surface seismic data analysis
      Dianna Shelander, Schlumberger; Valerie Smith, Robert Will, Marcia Couëslan, Schlumberger Carbon Services; Hannes Leetaru, Illinois State Geological Survey

    279. Microseismic study of the In Salah (Algeria) Carbon Capture and Storage Project
      Anna Stork, James P verdon, J-Michael Kendall, University of Bristol

    280. Geophysical monitoring methods evaluation for the FutureGen 2.0 Project
      Chris Strickland, Vince Vermeul , Alain Bonneville, Charlotte Sullivan, Tim Johnson, Frank Spane, Tyler Gilmore, PNNL

    281. Continuous gravity monitoring for CO2 geo-sequestration (2) a case study at the Farnsworth CO2-EOR field
      M Sugihara, K Nawa, N Soma, T Ishido, A Kiyakawa, Y Nishi, Geological Survey of Japan/AIST

    282. Initial Results from Seismic Monitoring at the Aquistore CO2 Storage Site, Saskatchewan, Canada
      Don White, Lisa Roach, Brian Roberts, Geological Survey of Canada; Tom Daley, LBNL

    283. Hysteretic ultrasonic wave velocity and attenuation in partially saturated sandstone by CO2 and brine? Evidenced by an experimental study with X-ray CT
      Yi Zhang, Osamu Nishizawa, Tamotsi, Kiyama, Ziqiu Xue, RITE

    284. A synthetic Sleipner study of CO2 quantification using controlled source electromagnetics and full waveform inversion
      Peder Eliasson, Anouar Romdhane, Michael Jordan, Etor Querendez, SINTEF

    285. Microseismic monitoring at the large scale CO2 injection site, Cranfield, MS, U.S.A.
      Makiko Takagishi, Tsutomu Hashimoto, Ziqiu Xue, RITE; Shigeo Horikawa, Sunoch Consultants; Kinichiro Kununose, AIST; Susan Hovorka, The University of Texas at AustinMonitoring: Pressure Methods

    286. MOVED TO SESSION 4B: Bottom-hole pressure data integration for CO2 sequestration in deep saline aquifers
      Satyajit Taware, Akhil Dattagupta, Texas A&M University; Shrikanta Mishra, Battelle Memorial Institute 

      Novel Storage Concepts
    287. CO2-DISSOLVED: a novel concept coupling geological storage of dissolved CO2 and geothermal heat recovery – Part 3: Design of the MIRAGES-2 experimental device dedicated to the study of the geochemical water-rock interactions triggered by CO2 laden brine injection.
      A Randi, J Sterpenich, J Pironon, Université de Lorraine;  C 
      Kervévan, C Fléhoc, BRGM; M-H Beddelem, CFG Services

    288. CO2-DISSOLVED: a novel concept coupling geological storage of dissolved CO2 and geothermal heat recovery – Part 4: Preliminary thermo-hydrodynamic simulations to assess the CO2 storage efficiency
      V Hamm, C Kervévan, D Thiéry, BRGM

    289. CO2 storage potential of basaltic rocks in Iceland and the oceanic ridges
      Sandra Ó. Snæbjörnsdottir, R Gislaon, University of Iceland; Fruke Wiese, Thráinn Fridriksson, Halldór Ármannsson, Iceland GeoSurvey

    290. CO2 injection system with CO2 cold energy recovery
      Hwalong You, Youngkyun Seo, Cheol Huh, Daejun Chang, Korea Institute of Science and Technology

      Remediation and Contingency Planning
    291. A reactive transport model for geochemical mitigation of CO2 leaking into a confined aquifer
      Jennifer L Druhan, Stéphanie Vialle, Sally Benson, Kate Maher, Stanford University

    292. Remediation of CO2 leakage using pressure gradient reversal method: A numerical modelling study
      Dong Chen, Ji-Quan Shi, Sevket Durucan, Anna Korre, Amer Syed, Imperial College London

    293. MiReCOL: developing corrective measures for CO2 storage
      Filip Neele, TNO; Al-Arne Grimstad, SINTEF; Marc Fleury, IFPEN; Axel Liebscher, GFZ; Anna Korre, Imperial College London; Mark Williamson, University of Edinburgh

      Risk Assessment and Management
    294. Oltenia CCS Demo Project- Preliminary technical risk assessment
      Anghel Sorin, GEOECOMAR

    295. Geochemical impacts of carbon dioxide, brine, trace metal and organic leakage into an unconfined, oxidizing limestone aquifer
      Diana Bacon, PNNL; Zhenxue Dai, LANL; Liange Zheng, LBNL

    296. A methodology for CO2 storage system risk and uncertainty assessment
      Ji-Quan Shi, Anna Korre, Dong Chen, Rajesh Govindan, Sevket Durucan, Imperial College London

    297. Caprock CO2 breakthrough pressure measurement apparatus and application in Shenhua CCS project
      Shuai Gao, Ning Wei, Xiaochun Li, Yan Wang, Qian Wang, Cinese Academy of Sciences

    298. Geochemical impact of oxygen impurity on siliciclastic and carbonate reservoir rocks for carbon storage
      Jiemin Lu, Patrick J Mickler, Jean-Philippe Nicot, Changbing Yang, The University of Texas at Austin

    299. The role of wellbore remediation on the evolution of groundwater quality from CO2 and brine leakage
      Kayyum Mansoor, Susan A Carroll, Yunwei Sun, LLNL

    300. Fundamental study on the dynamics of heterogeneity-driven CO2 attenuation in the shallow subsurface during leakage from geologic sequestration sites
      Michael R Plampin, Tissa Illangasekare, Colorado School of Mines; Rajesh Pawar, LANL

    301. TNO Monitoring plan development tool
      Danijela Sijacic, Ton Wildenborg, Philippe Steeghs, TNO

    302. A Phased approach to induced seismicity risk management during CO2 storage
      Joshua A White, LLNL; William Foxall, LBNL

      Site Characterisation and Selection

    303. Characterisation and selection of the most prospective CO2 storage sites in the Nordic region
      KL Anthonsen, Geological Survey of Denmark; P Aagaard, University of Olso; PES Bergmo, AE Lothe, SINTEF; SR Gislason SÓ Snæbjörnsdottir, University of Iceland; GM Mortensen, Geological Survey of Sweden 

    304. Characterization of pliocene and miocene formations in the Wilmington Graben, offshore Los Angeles, for large scale geologic storage of CO2
      Michael S Bruno, Jean Young, Julia Diessl, Kang Lao, Nicky White, Bill Childers, Jing Xiang, GeMechanics Technologies

    305. MOVED TO SESSION 3F: Bonaparte Basin CO2 storage study in offshore Northern Australia and the significance of regional modelling for national assessments
      C Consoli, K Higgins, K Khider, D Lescinsky, R Morris, V Ngyuen, Geoscience Australia

    306. International collaboration investigates carbon dioxide storage opportunities for a coal-fired power plant in Sichuan Basin, China
      Lydia Cumming, Neeraj Gupta, Joel Sminchak, Priya Ravi Ganesh, Battelle Memorial Institute; Robert Dahowski, PNNL; Xufeng Li, China Geological Survey; Ling Wu, CPI Yuanda Environmental Protection Engineering Company

    307. Reservoir characterization from pressure monitoring during CO2 injection into a depleted pinnacle reef – MRCSP commercial-scale CCUS demonstration project
      Mark E Kelley, Srikanta Mishra, Sanjay Mawalkar, Matthew Place, Neeraj Gupta, Battelle Memorial Institute; Maghood Abbaszadeh, Innovative Petrotech Solutions Inc.; Rick Pardini, Core Energy LLC

    308. Potential evaluation of CO2 reservoir using the measured petrophysical parameter of rock samples in the Gundih CCS Project, Indonesia
      Keigo Kitamura, Takeshi Tsuji, Kyushu Univeristy, Yasuhiro Yamada, Toshifumi Matsuoka, Kyoto University; Kyosuke Onishi, Akita University; Benyamin Sapiie, Alfian Bahar, Harya, Algifari Muhammad, Aurio Erdi, Vani Mutia Sari, Warwan Gunawan, Institut Teknologi Bandung; Gundih CCS Project Team

    309. Shallow hydrogeological and hydrochemical characterization of the Aquistore CO2 sequestration site in Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada
      Gabrielle Klappstein, Ben Rostron, University of Alberta

    310. Characterization of proposed reservoir and seal rocks for CO2 geological storage in the Asturian Mesozoic sedimentary basin (NW Spain)
      Cristina Escudero,  Almudena Ordóñez, Jorge Loredo, Rodrigo Álvarez, University of Oviedo; Bernardo Llamas, University of Madrid

    311. Mitigating risks associated with long-term CCS: Characterizing the geologic history and heterogeneity of sealing strata
      J Fred McLaughlin, Scott A Quilinan, Zunsheng Jaio, Ramsey Bentley, University of Wyoming

    312. Toward an international program for offshore storage of CO2: International initiative for CCS sub-sea (iCCSc)
      TA Meckel, SD Hovorka, R Trevino, K Romanak, The University of Texas at Austin

    313. Diagenetic influence on fracture conductivity in shale caprock and CO2 sequestration
      Abiola Olabode, Mileva Radonjic, Louisiana State University

    314. South West Hub CCS Project in Western Australia – Characterisation of a greenfield site
      L Stalker, National Geosequestration Laboratory and CSIRO; D Van Gent, Western Australia Department of Mines and Petroleum; Project Teams, National Geosequestration Laboratory

    315. Application of three component VSP technology at seismically difficult sites: An example from the FutureGen 2.0 Site, Morgan County, Illinois, USA
      Charlotte Sulivan, Chris Strickland, Alain Bonneville, Tyler Gilmore, PNNL; Bob Hardage, The University of Texas at Austin

    316. A Pilot 3000m drilling for characterizing a candidate deep saline aquifer in Western Taiwan
      Chi-Wen Yu, Sinotech Engineering Consultants; Lian-Tong Hwang, Ming-Wei Yang, Taiwan Power Company

      Storage Capacities

    317. Screening for CO2 storage sites in Southeast North Sea and Southwest Baltic Sea
      Christian Bernstone Andrea Wittek, Vattenfall; Finn Dalhoff, Cowie A/S; Karen L Anthonsen, Geological Survey of Denmark; Hagen Feldrappe, Untergrundspeicher-und Geotechnologies-Systeme GmbH

    318. CO2 storage evaluation database (CO2 Stored). The UK’s online storage database
      Michelle Bentham, Jonathan Lowndes, British Geological Survey; Tom Mallows, The Crown Estate; Andrew Green, Energy Technologies Institute

    319. Towards maximum utilisation of CO2 storage resources
      PES Bergmo, D Wessel-Berg, A-A Grimstad, SINTEF

    320. Significance of carbon dioxide density estimates for basin-scale storage resource assessments
      Marc L Buursink, US Geologocal Survey

    321. Preliminary assessment of CO2 storage potential in the Rovuma sedimentary basin, Mozambique
      Júlio F Carneiro, Mariana Alberto, University of Évora

    322. Feasibility of using depleted shales as a repository for permanent storage of CO2
      Andrea Clarens, Zhiyuan Tao, University of Virginia

    323. U.S. Geological Survey carbon sequestration – geologic research and assessments
      Peter D Warwick, Mahendra K Verma, Philip A Freeman, Marco D Corum, Stephen Hickman, US Geological Survey 

    324. CO2 storage potential at Forties oilfield and the surrounding Paleocene sandstone aquifer accounting for leakage risk through abandoned wells
      Masoud Babaei, Rajesh Govindan, Anna Korre, Ji-Quan Shi, Sevket Durucan, Imperial College London; Martyn Quinn, Mike McCormac, British Geological Survey

    325. Determination the effective reservoirs of carbon dioxide geological storage in petroleum industry
      Zhang Xiaoli, Zhou Yinling, Yan Yuanzi, Northwest University; Feng Qiao, Shandong University of Science and Technology; Xiaorong Xu, Changqing Oil & Gas Field company
    326. Evaluation of CO2 Storage possibilities on The Norwegian Continental Shelf
      Eva Halland, Fridtjof Riis, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate

    327. Investigation of CO2 storage potential of the Durban Basin, South Africa
      Nigel Hicks, Council for Geoscience; Sean Davids, Petroleum Agency South Africa; Brendan Beck, SACCS; Andrew Green, University of KwaZulu-Natal

    328. Estimation of CO2 practical capacity in saline aquifers
      Cheng-Tien Liu, Bieng-Zih Hsieh, I-Hsuan Chen, Zsay-Shing Lin, National Cheng Kung University; Ta-Lin Chen, CPC Corp.

    329. Preliminary modelling of the effect of impurity in CO2 streams on the storage capacity and the plume migration in Pohang Basin, Korea
      Yong-Chan Park, Byoung-Young Choi, Young-Jae Synn, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources

    330. Evaluation of the CO2 storage potential of the Norwegian Continental Shelf
      Fridtjof Riis, Eva Halland, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate

    331. CO2 storage capacity assessment of deep saline aquifers in the Mozambique Basin
      Semere Solomon, Gaëlle Bureau-Cauchois, Jørg Aarnes, Pernille Holtedahl, DNV

    332. Persistence of local capillary trapping during caprock leakage and forced imbibition
      Yuhao Sun, Steven L Bryant, The University of Texas at Austin

    333. Evaluation of CO2 Storage Capacity in Devonian Hydrocarbon Reservoirs for Emissions from Oil Sands Operations in the Athabasca Area, Canada
      Alireza Jafari, Stefan Bachu, Alberta Innovates-Technology Futures

      Storage Reservoir Engineering
    334. Evolutionary optimisation for CO2 storage design using upscaled models: Application on a proximal area of the Forties Fan System in the UK Central North Sea
      Masoud Babaei, Indranil Pan, Anna Korre, Ji Quan Shi, Rajesh Govindan, Sevket Durucan, Imperial College London; Martyn Quinn, British Geological Survey

    335. Effects of geochemical reaction on double diffusive natural convection of CO2 in brine saturated geothermal reservoir
      Akand Islam, Aboulghasem Kazemi Nia, Kamy Sepehrnoori, Tad Patzek, The University of Texas at Austin

    336. Effective Wettability Measurements of CO2-Brine-Sandstone System at Different Reservoir Conditions
      Ali Al-Menhali, Samuel Krevor, Imperial College London

    337. Development of thermal fractures due to injection of cold CO2 into a depleted gas field: the P18-4 case
      D Loeve, F Pizzocolo, E Peters, PA Fokker, C Hofstee, B Orlic, JG Maas, TNO

    338. Impacts of injection induced fractures propagation in CO2 geological sequestration -Is fracturing good or bad to CO2 sequestration?
      Zhiyuan Luo, Steven Bryant, The University of Texas at Austin

    339. Application of CO2-saturated water flooding as a prospective Safe CO2 storage strategy
      Nader Mosavat, Farshid Torabi, University of Regina

      Trapping Mechanisms

    340. Quantitative measures for sealing ability of caprock pore networks in CO2 geological storage
      Bing Bai, Xiaochun Li Jun Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    341. Batch reactor experimental results for GaMin’11: Reactivity of Siderite/Ankerite, Labradorite, Illite and Chlorite under CO2 saturated conditions
      Jay R Black, Ralf Haese, CO2CRC

    342. Dissolution kinetics of iron carbonate, illite and labradorite – CO2-saline fluid-mineral experiments within the GaMin’11 inter-laboratory comparison exercise
      Sebastian Fischer, Axel Liebscher, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences

    343. Dissolution trapping - convection enhancement limited by geology
      Peter Frykman, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland; Dag Wessel-Berg, SINTEF

    344. Comparison of mineral trapping capacity in three reservoirs with variable mineralogies under CO2 saturated conditions
      Ralf R Haese, CO2CRC and University of Melbourne; Maxwell Watson, CO2CRC

    345. Interfacial tension effect on cluster size distributions for residual trapping of CO2 in sandstones
      Fei Jiang, Takeshi Tsuji, Kyushu University

    346. Study of mineral trapping of CO2 and seal leakage mitigation
      Qi Liu, Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Herriot-Watt University
    347. Dynamic pore-scale imaging of reactive transport in heterogeneous carbonates at reservoir conditions
      Hannah Menke, Branko Bijeljic, Matthew Andrew, Martin Blunt, Imperial College London

    348. Laboratory batch experiments and geochemical modelling of water-rock-super critical CO2 reactions in Gulf of Mexico Miocene rocks:  Implications for future CCS projects
      Patrick J Mickler, Changbing Yang, Jiemin Lu; The University of Texas at Austin

    349. A study of residual CO2 trapping in sandstone rocks
      Ben Niu, Ali Al-Menhali, Sam Krevor, Imperial College London

    350. The effect of aquifer/caprock interface on geological storage of CO2
      SM Shariatipour, Gillian Pickup, Eric Mackay, Heriot-Watt University

    351. Maximizing local capillary trapping during CO2 injection
      Bo Ren, Steven Bryant, The University of Texas at Austin

    352. Experimental study on seal integrity: the correlation between threshold pressure and permeability in a supercritical CO2-water system
      Masao Sorai, Takashi Fujii, Yuki Kanom National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology; Shinishi Uehara, Toho University

    353. Influence of grain size distribution and varying heterogeneity on local capillary trapping
      Snorre F Westman, SINTEF and NTNU; HG Jacob Stang, Ansders Austegard, Ingrid Snustad, Sigmund Ø Størset, Sigurd W. Løvseth, SINTEF

    354. Phase behaviour of CO2–brine and CO2–oil systems for CO2 storage and enhanced oil recovery: Experimental studies
      Nader Mosavat, Ali Abedini, Farshid Torabi, University of Regina

    355. Experimental study of the laws between the effective confining pressure and mudstone permeability
      Zhijiao Zeng, Xiaochun Li, Ying Wang, Lu Shi, Zhiming Fang, Chinese Academy of Sciences

      Wellbore Integrity
    356. Contribution to well mechanical history modelling prior abandonment
      A Baroni, P Meynier, N Maurand, JP Deflandre, IFP

    357. A regional wellbore evaluation of the Basal Cambrian System
      Kyle A Glazewski, John A Hamling, Wesley D Peck, Thomas E Doll, Jason D Laumb, Charles D Gorecki, Edward N Steadman, John A Haru, University of Norht Dakota; Nicholas A Azzolina David V Nakles, The CETER Group Inc.

    358. Integrity of pre-existing wellbores in geological sequestration of CO2 – assessment using a coupled geomechanics - fluid flow model
      S Klekar, JW Carey, D Dempsey, LANL; K Lewis, Monmouth University

    359. Chemical interaction of well composite samples with supercritical CO2 along the cement - sandstone interface
      Kazuhiko Nakano, Saeko Mito, Ziqiu Xue, RITE

    360. Experimental evaluation of wellbore cement - formation shear bond strength in presence of drilling fluid contamination
      Mieva Radonjic, Arome Oyibo, Louisiana State University; Ben Buse, University of Bristol

    361. Effect of heat treatment of injection pipe steels on the reliability of a saline aquifer water CCS-site in the Northern German Basin
      Anja Pfenning, Helmut Wolthusen, HTW University of Applied Sciences Berlin; Axel Kranzmann, Oleksandra Yevtushenko, Ralph Bäßler BAM Federal institute of Materials Research and Testing

    362. First in-situ electrochemical measurement during vibration testing of injection pipe steels to determine the reliability of a saline aquifer water CCS-site in the Northern German Basin
      Anja Pfenning, Markus Wolf, HTW University of Applied Sciences Berlin; Katherina Heynert, Ralph Bäßler BAM Federal institute of Materials Research and Testing

    363. Investigation of wellbore integrity factors in historical oil and gas wells for CO2 geosequestration in the Midwestern U.S.
      Joel Sminchak, Mark Moody, Glenn Larsen, Neeraj Gupta, Battelle; Andrew Theodos, Columbia Pipeline Group

    364. Examining epoxy-based nanocomposites in wellbore seal repair for effective CO2 sequestration
      Moneeb Genedy, John Stormont, Mahmoud Reda Taha, University of New Mexico; Edward Matteo, Sandia National Laboratories

    365. Geochemical and geomechanical effects on wellbore cement fractures
      Wooyong Um, Hunbok Jung, Senthil Kabilan, Carlos A Fenandez, Christopher F Brown, PNNL

    366. Experimental study of well cement carbonation under geological storage conditions
      Min Zhang, Stephen Talman, Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures

      Storage: Other

    367. Concerning offshore geologic storage of carbon dioxide in the USA
      Rebecca Smyth, Christopher Heiligenstein, The University of Texas at Austin; Paul G Thomas III, The University of Houston law Center

      Developments in other Storage Options for CO2 


      Coal Bed

       

    368. Enhanced gas recovery and CO2 storage in gas shales: A review of its status and global potential
      Michael Godec, Geroge Koperna, Robin Petrusak, Anne Oudinot, Advanced Resources International
    369. CO2-ECBM: A review of its status and global potential
      Michael Godec, George Koperna, Advanced Resources International; John Gale, IEAGHG

    370. An experimental approach to adsorption of CO2 + CH4 gas mixtures onto coal (European RFCS CARBOLAB research project)
      Stéphane LaFortune, Francis Adelise, Gaëtan Bentivegna, Christophe Didier, Régis Farret, Philippe Gombert, Candice Lagny, Zbigniew Pokryszka, INERIS; Noel Canto Toimil, HUNOSA

      Mineralisation
    371. Dissolution kinetics of thermally activated serpentine for mineralization at flue gas conditions
      Subrahmaniam Hariharan, Mischa Werner, Markus Hänchen, Marco Mazzotti, ETH Zurich; Daniela Zingaretti, Renato Baciocchi, Univeristy of Rome Tor Vergata

    372. Performance evaluation of carbon dioxide sequestration in oil shale fly ashes
      Aimaro Sanna, Joseph Boyd, M Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Heriot-Watt University

    373. CO2 sequestration using a novel Na-salts pH swing mineral carbonation process
      Aimaro Sanna,  M Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Heriot-Watt University

      Ocean Storage

    374. Dissolution properties of CO2 in the high pressure environment equivalent to 3500m deep sea
      Keiya Kobayashi, Yutaka Abe, Akiko Kaneko, University of Tsukuba; Kenji Yamane, Chikahisa Murakami, Shuhei Fujimoto, National Marine Research Inst.

    375. Mass transport properties on time series variation of CO2 hydrate film thickness
      Xiao Ma, Yutaka Abe, Akiko Keneko, University of Tsukuba; Kenji Yamane, National Marine Research Inst.

      Other

    376. Assessing CO2 adsorption capacities onto shales through gravimetric experiments:||a first step in the feasibility study of coupling “fracking” with carbon storage
      Stéphane LaFortune, Francis Adelise,  David Ricardo Rhenals Garrido, Zbigniew Pokryszka, INERIS

      Demonstration Projects and Major International CCS Research Developments and Demonstration Programs

      Experiences and Achievements

       

    377. Status update and results from the U.S. Department of Energy Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership Initiative
      Traci Rodosta, Bruce Brown, NETL; Larry Myer, Leonardo Technologies Inc.
    378. CO2 storage development: status of the large European CCS projects with EEPR funding
      Hervé Quinquis, IFPEN, Filip Neele, TNO; Andy Read, ROAD Project; Mervyn Wright, National Grid; James Lorsong, 2CO Energy; Daniel Fernandez, CIUDEN
    379. Optimization in drilling planning and abandonment of CO2 monitoring wells – Experiences from the Ketzin pilot site
      Bernhard Prevedel, Sonja Martens, Ben Norden, Jan Hennings, GFZ German Centre for Geoscience; Marry M Freifeld, LBNL
    380. Update on the ROAD Project and lessons learnt
      Andy Read, Onno Tillema, Menno Ros, Maasvlakte (ROAD) Project; Hette Hylkema, E.ON New Build & Technology
    381. The Australian Flagship South West Hub Project: Experiences and achievements in developing a green-field industrial scale CCS project in Western Australia
      Dominique Ven Gent, Western Australian Government; Brendan Gaynor, The South West Hub Joint Venture; Sandeep Sharma, THe South West Hub Project

      New Developments
    382. HiPerCap: A new FP7 Project for development and assessment of new and emerging post-combustion CO2 capture technologies
      Hamme Kvamsdal, SINTEF; Peter Van Os, TNO; Covadonga Pevida, INCAR-CSIC; May-Britt Hägg, NTNU; Jock Brown, DNVGL; Laurence Robinson, E.ON New Build & Technology; Paul Feron; CSIRO

      Pilot Projects
    383. An Update on the South African Pilot CO2 Storage Project
      Brendan Beck, SACCS

    384. OCTAVIUS: A FP7 Project demonstrating CO2 capture technologies
      Paul Broutin, IFP Energies Nouvelles; Hanne Kvamsdal, SINTEF; Cristiana La Marca, ENEL; Peter van Os, TNO; Laurence Robinson, E.ON New Build & Technology

    385. The first Brazilian field lab fully dedicated to CO2 MMV experiments: a closer look at atmospheric leakage detection
      Andrea Moreira, PETROBRAS and Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro;  Eduardo Landulfo, Walter Morinobu Nakaema, Marcia Talita Amorim Marques, Instituto de Pesquisas Energeticas e Nucleares, José Agostinho Gonçalves de Medeiros,Universidade Cidade de São Paulo

    386. The first Brazilian field lab fully dedicated to CO2 MMV experiments: from the start-up to the initial results
      Andrea Moreira, PETROBRAS and Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; Anna Musse, Fátima do Rosário, PETROBRAS; Helen Simone Chiaranda, Enio Pedrotti, Jose Afonso Volltolini,  Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina; Clarissa Lovato Melo, Lia Bressan, Marcelo Jardim Constant, Regis Lahm, Flavio Ponzoni, João Marcelo Ketzer, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul; Andresa Oliva Hung Kiang Chang, Universidade Estadual de Sao Paulo; Eduardo Landulfo, Walter Morinobi Makaema, Instituto de Pesquisas Energeticas e Nucleares; Lee Spangler, Laura Dobeck, Montana State University

    387. Reducing the carbon footprint of coal-to-liquids technologies through coal–biomass gasification
      Michael J Holmes, Joshua J Stanislowski, Michael L Swanson, The Energy & Environmental Center; Wayne Sumple, Tom Maloney, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology

    388. Dynamic simulation of the transition process in the 3 MWth oxy-fuel facility
      Wei Luo, Qiao Wang, Zhaohui Liu, Chuguang Zheng, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

    389. Evaluation of the DMX process for industrial pilot demonstration – methodology and results
      Ludovic Raynal, Patrick Briot, Matthieu Dreillard, Paul Broutin, IFP Energies Nouvelles; Angela Mangiaracina, Benedetta Salghetti Driola, Monia Politi, Cristiana La Marca, Enel Ingegneria e Ricerca SpA; Jan Mertens, Marie-Laure Thielens, Laborelec; Géraldine Laborie, Laurent Normand, Prosernat

    390. Carbon isotope mud-gas depth profile for MMV at the Aquistore project, Saskatchewan, Canada
      Daniel Skoreyko, Gabrielle Klappstein, Ben Rostron, Karlis Muehlenbachs, University of Alberta

    391. Advanced CO2 capture pilot plant at Tauron's coal-fired power plant: Initial results and further opportunities
      Lucyna Wieclaw-Solny, Adam Tatarczuk, Marcin Stec,Aleksander Krótki, Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal

    392. From pilot through demo to industrial scale – validating, comparing, and up-scaling of Ketzin results with the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project
      Martin Streibel, Sonja Martins, Fabian Möller, Axel Leibscher, GFZ German Centre for Geosciences; Sallie Greenberg, Illinois Geological Survey

    393. Development of partial oxy-combustion technology: Design, commisioning and experimental programme in a pilot plant
      F Vega, B Navarrete, B Alonso-Fariñas, M Rodriguez-Galán, University of Seville

    394. Heat stable salts (HSS) removal by electrodialysis: reclaiming of MEA used in post-combustion CO2-capture
      Stepan Bazhenov, Vladimir Vasilevesky, Evgeniia Grushevenko, Valdimir Volkov, Alexey Volkov, AV Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis RAS; Sven Unterberger, EnBW; Bernd Schallert, E.ON New Build & Technology

      Program Overview

    395. Overview of the CO2 geological storage site for the FutureGen Project in Morgan County Illinois, USA
      Tyler Gilmore, Alain Bonneville, Vince Vermeul, Frank Spane, Charlotte Sullivan, PNNL; Mark Kelley, Battelle Institute; Jeffery Hoffman, US DOE NETL

      Other
    396. Testing for large-scale CO2-enhanced oil recovery and geologic storage in the Midwestern USA
      Neeraj Gupta, Darrell Paul, Lydia Cumming, Matt Place, Battelle; Robert G Mannes, Core Energy LLC
    397. Modelling and interpretation of a temperature drop in the wellbore in Ordos CO2 Storage Demonstration Project, China
      Ruina Xu, Xiaolu Li, Peixue Jiang, Bo Zhao, Tsinghua University and Key Laboratory for Thermal Science and Power Engineering of Ministry of Education

      Towards Negative CO2 Emissions

      Biomass Energy with CCS
    398. Techno-economic study of adsorption processes for pre-combustion carbon capture at a Biomass CHP Plant
      Gabriel David Oreggioni, Daniel Friedrich, Stefano Brandani, Hyungwoong Ahn, The University of Edinburgh

    399. Sustainable hydrogen production from biogas using sorption-enhanced reforming
      Julien Meyer, Cristina Sanz Pinilla, Institute for Energy Technology

    400. H2 production by steam reforming with in situ CO2 capture of biomass-derived bio-oil
      MV Gil, G Esteban-Díez, C Pevida, F Rubiera, INCAR-CSIC; D Chen, NTNU

      Capturing CO2 from the Air

    401. TGA-FTIR measurement of CO2-water co-adsorption for CO2 air capture sorbent screening
      IM Smal, R Veneman, B Fränzel-Luiten, DWF Brilman, University of Twente

      CCS for Industrial Sources

      Cement
    402. A hybrid carbon capture system of indirect calcination and amine absorption for a cement plant
      Dursun Can Ozcan, Stefano Brandani, Hyungwoong Ahn, The University of Edinburgh

    403. Pilot plant demonstration of CO2 capture from cement plant with advanced amine technology
      Jacob Nygaard Knudsen, Simon Woodhouse, Otto Morten Bade, Oddvar Gorset, Aker Solutions; Thor Mejdell, SINTEF

    404. Evaluating CO2 capture technologies for retrofit in cement plant
      Anette Mathisen, Tel-Tek; Jelmer de Winter, Lars O Nord, Norwegian Univeristy of Science and Technology

    405. CO2 capture in cement production and re-use: first step for the optimization of the overall process
      Nicolas Meunier, Lionel Dubois, Diane Thomas, Guy De Weireld, University of Mons

    406. Solid sorbent CO2 capture technology evaluation and demonstration at Norcem’s cement plant in Brevik, Norway
      Thomas O Nelson, Luke JI Coleman, Paul mobley, Atish Kataria, Jak Tanthana, Markus Lesemann, RTI International; Liv-Margrethe Bjerge, Norcem Brevik AS

      High Concentration CO2 Sources
    407. Towards bio-upgrading of biogas: biomass waste-based adsorbents
      N Álvarez-Gutiérrez, S García, MV Gil, F Rubiera, C Pevida, INCAR-CSIC

      Iron and Steel

    408. Mass and energy balance of NH4-salts pH swing mineral carbonation process using steel slag
      Marco Dri, Aimaro Sanna, M Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Heriot-Watt University

      (Petro)Chemical
    409. The impact of the clean development mechanism and enhanced oil recovery on the economics of carbon capture and geological storage for Trinidad and Tobago
      Donnie Boodlal, David Alexander, The University of Trinidad and Tobago

      Other
    410. CO2 deserts: Implications for carbon management
      Xiaowei Liu, Andres F Clarens, University of Virginia; Jonathan Levine, NETL; Richard Middleton, LANL; Jeffrey M Bielicki, Ohio State University

    411. Process evaluation of CO2 capture in industry: Three industrial case studies
      Stefania Osk Gardarsdottir, Fredrik Normann,  Klas Andersson, Filip Johnsson, Chalmers University of Technology

    412. MOVED TO SESSION 2E: Techno-economic evaluation of carbon capture at an aluminium production plant –comparison of post-combustion capture using MEA and ammonia
      Henrik Jilvero, fredrik normann, Filip Johnsson, Chalmers University of Technology; Annette Mathisen, Nils- Henrik Eldrup, Tel-Tek; Gunn-Iren Müller, Hydro Aluminium; Morten C Melaaen, Telmark University

    413. CCS in the industry sector – with focus on Nordic countries
      Kristin Onarheim, Anette Mathisen, Ragenhild Skagestad, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

      CCS Technology Assessment and Cost System Integration

      Commercial Issues
    414. An alternative pathway for stimulating regional deployment of carbon dioxide capture and storage
      Jeffrey M Bielicki, The Ohio State University; Ricahrd Middleton, Phillip H Staufer, LANL; Jonathan S Levine, NETL

    415. Assessing the option value of retrofitting a 200MW power plant to Oxyfuel CO2 capture
      Xi Liang, The University of Edinburgh; Haibo Zhao, Huazhong University of Sciences and Technology; Xaiodong Pei, Independant Financial Consultant

    416. A real options analysis of carbon dioxide sequestration for Trinidad and Tobago: A case study of the Mahogany Field
      Steve Seetahal, David Alexander, The University of Trinidad and Tobago

    417. A review of existing carbon capture and storage cluster projects and future opportunities
      Prachi Singh, IEAGHG; Mike Haines, Cofree Technology Ltd.

      Costs

    418. Critical factors influencing CO2 capture cost, a case study
      Ragnhild Skagestad, Nils Henrik Eldrup, Tel-Tek; Nils Røkke

      Integrated CCS Systems

    419. Alternative energy storage for wind power: coal plants with amine-based CCS
      Rubenka Bandyopadhyay, Dalia Patiño-Echeverri, Duke University

    420. Integrating carbon capture and storage with energy production from saline aquifers: A strategy to offset the energy cost of CCS
      Reza Ganjdanesh, Steven L Bryant, Gary A Pope, Kamy Sepehrnoori, The University of Texas at Austin

    421. Optimal integration of the flue gas heat for the minimization of the energy penalty of oxy-fired power plants
      Hayato Hagi, EDF R&D and MINES ParisTech; Maroun Nemer, Chakib Bouallou, MINES ParisTech; Yann Le Moullec, EDF R&D

    422. IMPACTS: economic trade-offs for CO2 impurity specification
      Charles Eickhoff, Progressive Energy; Filip Neele, TNO

      CCS Integration into Competitive Electricity Markets
    423. Pulverized coal CCS vs. wind: Valuing the dispatchability of low carbon generators in restructured electricity markets
      Kyle J Borgert, Jared T Moore, Carnegie Mellon University

    424. Feasibility of solid fuel CLC plant investment in the future energy systems including high share of solar wind
      Eemeli Tsupari, Matti Tähtinen, Janne Kärki, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

      LCA Studies

    425. Life cycle assessment of a pulverized coal-fired power plant with CCS technology in Japan
      Longlong Tang, Takahisa Yokoyama, Hiromi Kubota, Akiro Shimota, Central Research Institue of Electric Power Industry

    426. MOVED TO SESSION 7E: Lifecycle analysis of coal-fired power plants with CCS in China
      Wu Yujia, Xu Zhaofeng, Li Zheng, Tsinghua University

    427. A comparative life cycle assessment of post-combustion, pre-combustion and oxyfuel CO2 capture
      Q Zhou, J Koiwanit, L Piewkhaow, CW Chan, M Wilson, P Tontiwachwuthikul, University of Regina; A Manuilova, ArcticCan Energy Services Inc

      Other

    428. The use of reservoir simulation to obtain key parameters for investigating the feasibility of implementing flue gas CO2-EOR coupled with sequestration in Trinidad
      Donnie Boodlal, David Alexander, Jonathan Narinesingh, The University of Trinidad and Tobago

    429. Assessing operating regimes of CCS power plants in high wind and energy storage scenarios
      Alasdair Bruce, Jon Gibbins, Gareth Harrison, Hannah Chalmers, University of Edinburgh

    430. On the integration of sequential supplementary firing in natural gas combined cycle:  A techno-economic analysis for Mexico
      Abigail González Díaz, Laura Herraiz, Eza Sanchez, Maria Shanchez del Rio, Mathietu Lucquiaud, Jon Gibbins, The University of Edinburgh; José Miguel González Santaló, IIE

    431. Evaluation and analysis of the performance of dehydration units for CO2 capture
      Linda Sutherland, James Watt, AMEC; Stanley Santos, Jasmin Kemper, IEAGHG

    432. Costs of CO2 capture technologies in coal fired power and hydrogen plants
      Luca Mancuso, Noemi Ferrari, Foster Wheeler; John Davison, IEAGHG

      CO2 Transport and Infrastucture Development


      Pipelines
       
    433. Water solubility in CO2 mixtures: Experimental and modelling investigation
      Mohammad Ahmad, Sander Gersen, DNV-GL Oil & Gas; Erwin Wilbers, Rug-University Groningen
    434. Experimental study of corrosion characteristics of CO2 pipeline for offshore transport of geological storage
      Meang-Ik Cho, Cheol Huh, Jung-Yuel Jung, Seong-Gil Kang, Korea Research institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering
    435. PTVx modeling of CO2 pipeline depressurization using SPUNG equation of state (EoS) with a comparison to SRK EoS
      Mohamed Ibrahim, Ivar S. Ertesvåg, NTNU, Geir Skaugen, SINTEF

    436. Estimation of CO2 pipeline transport cost in South Korea based on the scenarios
      Kwangu Kang, Cheol Huh, Seong-Gil Kang, Jong-Hwa Baek, Hyon Jeong Noh, Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering

    437. Maintaining power output with the addition of CO2 capture:A techno-economic assessment of integrated retrofits with sequential combustion of gas turbine flue gas
      Maria Sanchez del Rio, Mathieu Lucquiaud, Jon Gibbins, The Univeristy of Edinburgh

      Safety & CO2 Quality

    438. Effect of Impurities on Depressurization of CO2 Pipeline Transport: 
      Cheol Huh, Meang-Ik Cho, Jung-Yeul Jung, Seong-Gil Kang, Korea Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering
    439. Testing of CO2 specifications with respect to corrosion and bulk phase reactions
      Arne Dugstad, Malgorzata Halseid, Bjørn Morland, Institute for Energy Technology

    440. Quantitative measurements of SO2, NO2 and H2S concentrations in CO2 up to 40 bar using broad band UV direct absorption spectroscopy
      S Gersen, VM van Essen, M Ahmad, DNV Oil and Gas; RA Alberts, University of Applied Science, AV Sepman, Univeristy of Groningen

    441. Experimental investigations of impurity impact on CO2 mixture phase equilibria
      Barbara Koelbl, Machteld van den Broek, Detlef van Vuuren, André Faaij, Mark Sanders, Utrecht University; Richard Wood, Edgar Hertwich, NTNU

    442. Characterization of CO2 pipeline material from the Ketzin pilot site
      Malin Torsæter, Jalena Todorovic, Nils Opedal, SINTEF; Bernd Wiese, Sonja Martens, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences

    443. CO2QUEST: Techno-economic assessment of CO2 quality effect on its storage and transport
      Haroun Mahgerefteh, Sergey Martynov, Solomon Brown, University College London; Michael Fairweather, Robert M Woolley; Christopher J Wareing, Samuel AEG Falle; Univeristy of Leeds; Heike Rutters, Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe; Auli Niemi, Uppsala University; Yong Chun Zhang, Shaoyun Chen, Dalian University of Technology; Jacob Bensabat, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering; Nilay Shah, Niall Mac Dowell, Imperial College London; Christophe Proust, Regis Farret, INERIS; Ioannis G Economou, Dimitrios M Tsangaris, Georgios C Boulougouris, National Research Centre for Physical Sciences; Jeroen Van Wittenberghe, OCAS NV ArcelorMittal

      Shipping
    444. Understanding the economic feasibility of ship transport of CO2 within the CCS chain
      GA Fimbres Weihs, DE Wiley, The University of New South Wales and CO2CRC; K Kumar, The University of New South Wales

      Source-Sink Matching
    445. Multi-period least cost optimisation model of an integrated carbon dioxide capture transportation and storage infrastructure in the UK
      Nasim Elahi, Nilay Shah, Anna Korre, Sevket Durucan, Imperial College London

    446. Modelling carbon capture and storage(CCS) costs: Which reservoir for low cost capture, transport and storage?
      Tim Grant, David Morgan, US DOE; Andrea Poe, Jason Valenstein, Booz Allen Hamilton; Richard Lawrence, Advanced Resources International; James Simpson, WorleyParsons Group

    447. Transport of CO2 in the Nordic region
      Jan Kjärstad, Ragnhild Skagestad, Filip Johnsson, Chalmers University of Technology; Nils Henrik Eldrup, Tel Tek

      Other
    448. Evaluation and comparison of the two phase flow pressure drop for the CO2-N2 mixture pipeline transport
      Meang-Ik Cho, Cheol Huh, Jung-Yeul Jung, Seong-Gil Kang, Korea Research Insitute of Ships & Ocean Engineering

    449. Operational flexibility of CO2 transport and storage
      Melanie D Jensen, Steven M Schlasner, James A Sorensen, John A Hamling, Energy & Environmental Research Center

    450. Modelling the water content of caron dioxide with CH4 and SO2 impurities using statistical association fluid theory
      Rohaldin Miri, Helge Hellevang, Per Aagaard, University of Oslo

    451. Assessment of dynamic behaviour CO2 capture and compression after a power plant
      R de Kler, C Sanchez Sanchez, M Nienoord, TNO 

    452. Effects of storage capacity and injectivity on CO2 pipeline optimisation
      Z Wang, GA Fimbres Weihs, DE Wiley, The University of New South Wales and CO2CRC; PR Neal, The University of New South Wales

    453. Coriolis metering technology for CO2 transportation for carbon capture and storage
      Chih-Wei Lin, M Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Heriot-Watt University; Ayan Bhattacharji, George Spicer, Interconnector (UK) Ltd.

      CO2 Utilisation Options

      CO2 For Enhanced Geothermal
    454. Integrating CO2 storage with geothermal resources for dispatchable renewable electricity
      Thomas A Buscheck, Mingjie Chen, Yunwei Sun, Yue Hao, Thomas A Edmunds, LLNL; Jeffrey M Bielicki, The Ohio State University; Martin O Saar, Jimmy Randolph, University of Minnesota

    455. CO2 -plume based geothermal (CPG) heat extraction in multi-layered geologic reservoirs
      Nagasree Garapati, Jose L Valencia, University of Minnesota; Jimmy B Randolph, Martin O Saar, University of Minnesota and Heat Mining Company LLC

    456. Heat transfer and fluid transport of supercritical CO2 in enhanced geothermal system with two horizontal well
      Le Zhang, Ruina Xu, Peixue Jiang, Tsinghua University and Key Laboratory for Thermal science and Power Engineering of Ministry of Education; Huihai Liu, LBNL

    457. Potential assessment of CO2 geological storage in geothermal reservoirs associated with heat mining: case studies from China
      Liang Zhang, Shaoran Ren, Dixiang Li, Guodong CUI, China University of Petroleum

      CO2 for Enhanced Hydrocarbon Recovery
    458. Geochemical investigation of the combined effect of injecting low salinity water and carbon dioxide on carbonate reservoirs
      Emad Waleed Al-Shalabi, Kamy Sepehrnoori, Gary Pope, The University of Texas at Austin

    459. Strategies for advancing CO2 EOR in the Illinois Basin, USA
      James R Damico, Charles C Monson, Scott M Frailey, Illinois State Geological Survey

    460. Switchable amine surfactants for stable CO2 mobility control
      Amro S Elhag, Yunshen Chen, Prathima P Reddy, Anne Marie Ou, Andrew J Worthen, Keith P Johnston, Quoc P Nguyen, The University of Texas at Austin; George J Hirasaki, Rice University

    461. Hydrocarbon mobilization mechanisms using CO2 in an unconventional oil play
      Steven B Hawthorne, Charles D Gorecki, James A Sorensen, Edward N Steadman, John A Harju, Energy and Environmental Research Center; L Stephen Melzer, Melzer Consulting

    462. Reservoir evaluation and modeling of pilot scale CO2 EOR project in Mississippian Lime at Wellington Field in Southern Kansas
      Y Holubnyak, W Watney, J Rush, M Fazelalavi, Kansas Geological Survey

    463. Case study of CO2-IGR and storage in a nearly depleted gas-condensate reservoir in Taiwan
      Chien-Hao Shen, Bieng-Zih Hsieh, National Cheng Kung University; Chi-Chung Tseng, Ta-Lin Chen, CPC Corporation

    464. Opportunity and challenge of the integrated enhanced oil recovery using CO2 flooding with geological CO2 storage in the Ordos Basin, China
      Jiao Zunsheng, Ronals Surdam, Ramsey Bentley, Yuri Ganshin, Fred McLaughlin, University of Wyoming; Zhou Lifa, Luo Tingting, Shaanxi Provinsial Institute of Energy Resources and Chemical Engineering; Gao Runmin, Wang Hong, Research Institute if Yangchang Petroleum Group Company

    465. Experimental study of CO2-oil minimum miscibility pressure using slim tube test apparatus for CO2storage and enhanced oil recovery applications
      Guangying Chen, Chen Li, Zhiwu Liang, Kaiyun Fu, Hunan University; Raphael Idem, Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, Hunan University and University of Regina

    466. The screening and performance evaluation of the surfactant in heavy oil CO2 huff and puff process
      Chen Li, Guangying Chen, Zhiwu Liang, Kaiyun Fu, Hunan University; Raphael Idem, Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, Hunan University and University of Regina

    467. The Ordos Basin: A premier basin for integrating geological CO2 storage with enhanced oil recovery projects in China
      Tingting Luo, Northwest University, Shaanxi Provinsial Institute of Energy Resources and Chemical Engineering and University of Wyoming; Zunsheng Jiao, Yongzhen Chen, University of Wyoming and Shaanxi Provinsial Institute of Energy Resources and Chemical Engineering; Lifa Zhou, Shaanxi Provinsial Institute of Energy Resources and Chemical Engineering; Ronald Surdam, University of Wyoming and Northwest University

    468. Estimating CO2-EOR potential and co-sequestration capacity in Ohio’s depleted oil fields
      Srikanta Mishra, Mark Kelley, Jackie Gerst, John Miller, Priya Ravi Ganesh, Meghan Harley, Joel Sminchak, Neeraj Gupta, Battelle Memorial Institute

    469. Criteria for economic viability of CO2 EOR in the Illinois Basin
      Charles C Monson, Christopher P Korose, Scott M Frailey, University of Illinois

    470. Effect of the injection of a gas mixture (CO2 + O2) onto residual hydrocarbons in a depleted oil reservoir: experiments and modeling
      Claire Pacini, Pranay Morajkar,  Pierre Faure, Valérie Burkle-Vitzthum,  Aurélien Randi, Catherine Lorgeoux, Jaques Pironon, Université de Lorraine; Danielle Morel, TOTAL

    471. The economic value of CO2 for EOR applications
      Simon Roussanaly, Amy Brunsvold, Alv-Arne Grimstad, Jana Jakobsen, SINTEF

    472. CO2 utilization and storage in shale gas reservoirs: Experimental results and economic impacts
      H Todd Schaef, Casie L Davidson, A Toni Owen, John S Loring, Christopher J Thompson, Diana H bacon, Vanda A Glezakou, B Pete McGrail, PNNL; Quin RS Miller, University of Wyoming

    473. CO2 capture from H2 plants: implementation for EOR
      Paul Terrien, Frederick Lockwood, Ludovic Granados, Thomas Morel, Air Liquide Global E&C Solutions

    474. Experimental investigation of CO2 utilization as an injection solvent in vapour extraction (VAPEX) process
      Mehdi Mohammadpoor, Farshid Torabi, University of Regina

    475. An investigation Into the extent and distribution residual oil zones in the Permian Basin and their potential For carbon dioxide capture usage and storage
      Logan West, The University of Texas at Austin

    476. Numerical simulation of carbon dioxide injection in the Western Section of the Farnsworth Unit
      MD White, PNNL; BJ McPherson, University of Utah; RB Grigg, University of Missouri

    477. Technology cost buydown analysis for electricity and synfuel technologies with CCS
      Robert H Williams, Princeton University

    478. Carbon Dioxide-in-Water Foams Stabilized with a Mixture of Nanoparticles and Surfactant for CO2 Storage and Utilization Applications
      Andrew J Worthen, Parth S Parikh, Yunshen Chen, Steven L Bryant, Chun Huh, Keith P Johnston, The University of Texas at Austin

    479. Potential for the simultaneous CO2 capture and utilization using desalination reject brine
      Abdallah Dindi, Dang Viet Quang, Nabil El Hadri, Abdurahim Abdulkadir, Aravind V Rayner, Mohamnmad RM Abu-Zahra, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology

    480. CO2 conversion into valuable fuels using chromium based supports
      Oluwafunmilola O Ola, Mercedez M Maroto-Valer, Heriot-Watt University

      Other

    481. CO2-H2 injection into the geological underground – an approach for future energy supply?
      Steven Henkel, Dieter Pudlo, Lars Werner, Reinhard Gaupp, Friedrich Schiller University Jena; Frieder Enzmann, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Viktor Reitenbach, Daniel Albrecht, Leonhard Ganzer, Clausethal University of Technology; Hilke Würdemann, Helmhotz-Centre Potsdam

    482. Underground coal gasification with extended CO2 utilization - an economic and carbon neutral approach to tackle energy and fertilizer supply shortages in Bangladesh
      Nathalie Nakaten, Thomas Kempka, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences; Rafiqul Islam, Dhaka University

    483. CO2 geological storage and utilization for a carbon neutral “power-to-gas-to-power” cycle to even out fluctuations of renewable energy provision
      Michael Kühn, Natalie Nakaten, Martin Streibel, Thomas Kempka, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences

      Perceptions of CCS


      Attitudes Towards CCS & Low carbon Technologies
    484. Understanding stakeholder attitudes to CCS in Victoria, Australia
      Peta Ashworth, Talia Jeanneret, Lygia Romanach, CSIRO; Namiko Ranasinghe, Department of State Development, Business and Innovation Earth Resources Development
    485. Understanding Australian attitudes to low carbon energy technologies
      Peta Ashworth, Grace Muriuki, Thalia Jeanneret, CSIRO
    486. Does it make a difference to the public where CO2 comes from and where it is stored? An experimental approach to enhance understanding of CCS perceptions
      Elisabeth Duetschke, Katherina Wohlfarht, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research; Diana Schumann, Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH; Ktja Pietzner, Samuel Höller, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
    487. What lessons can hydraulic frackturing offer CCS? An examination of compensation and public acceptance
      Josh Wolff, Howard Herzog, MIT

      Case Studies of Communication Activities

    488. The unique challenges for CCS public engagement in South Africa
      Polly Modiko, Wiseman Ngcobo, Tshilidzi Tshivhase, Rofhiwa Raselavhe, Brendan Beck, SACCS
    489. CO2 capture project’s CCS benefit sharing mechanisms
      Sarah Bonham, Ionnis Chrysostomidis, ERM; Mark Crombie, BP Group Technology; Dan Burt, Suncor Energy Inc.; Arthur Lee, Chevron Services Company
    490. Farmers, open houses, and technical knowledge: Public outreach in Aquistore
      Aleana Young, PTRC

      Social Science Research for CCS Deployment

    491. The relation of cultural structures and risk perception: How does social acceptance of Carbon Capture and Storage emerge?
      Faridoddin Karimi, Arho Toikka, Janne I Hukkinen, University of Helsinki

    492. Effects of consultations with local residents in the process of deciding about host community compensation measures
      Bart W Terwel, Emma Ter Mors, Florentine a Koudenburg, Leiden University

    493. Can monetary compensation ease the siting of CCS projects?
      Emma ter Mors, Bart W Terwel, Leiden University; Maarten P Zaal, Leiden University and University of Exeter

      Other

    494. Influence of the large earthquake and nuclear plant accident on perception of CCS
      Øyvind Langørgen, Nils Erland L Haugen Inge Saanum, SINTEF

    495. Media coverage of four Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) projects in Germany: Analysis of 1.115 regional newspaper articles
      Katja Pietzner, André Schwarz, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy; Elisabeth Duetschke, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research; Dianna Schumann, Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH

      CCS Related Capacity Building, Education and Training

    496. Capacity building in the UK CCS Research Centre
      Hannah Chalmers, Jon Gibbins, UK CCS Research Centre

    497. Developments of CO2 geological storage in Europe and the role of CO2GeoNet
      Isabelle Czernichowski-Lauriol,CO2GeoNet and BRGM

    498. Open access to world-class research facilities: The European CCS Laboratory Infrastructure, ECCSEL
      Jens Hetland, Nils Anders Røkke, SINTEF; Sverre Quale, NTNU

    499. Sino-Italy cooperation on application of CCS to coal fired power plants in China
      Zhong Ping, Zhang Jiutian, Zhang Xian, ACCA21; Giancarlo Benelli, ENEL; Gao Lin, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Wang Shujuan, Tshinghua University; Gao Lin, Huaneng Clean Energy Research Institute

      Legal and Regulatory aspects of CCS and Long Term Liability of CO2 Storage

    500. Development of the first internationally accepted standard for geologic storage of carbon dioxide utilizing enhanced oil recovery (EOR) under the International Standards Organization (ISO) Technical Committee TC-265
      Steven M Carpenter, George Koperna, Advanced Resources International
    501. Update on the London Convention – Developments on transboundary CCS and on geoengineering
      Tim Dixon, IEAGHG; Justine Garrett, International Energy Agency CCS Unit

    502. Towards a legal regime for carbon capture and storage: Developments in New Zealand and a perspective on legislative design
      Gregory Severinsen, Victoria University of Wellington

    503. Implementation of the EU CCS Directive in Europe: results and development in 2013
      Alla Shogenova, Kazbulat Shogenov, Tallinn University of Technology; Kris Piessens, Geological Survey of Belgium; Sam Holloway, Michelle Bentham, BGS; Roberto Martínez, Isabel Suárez, Instituto Geológico y Minero de España; Kristin M Flornes, International Research Institute of Stavanger; Niels E Poulsen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland; Adam Wójcicki, Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute; Saulius Sliaupa, Nature Research Centre; Ludovít Kucharic, State Geological Institute of Dionýz Štúr; Alexandra Dudu, Constantin Sava, National Institute of Marine Geology and Geoecology; Sergio Persoglia, Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale; Vit Hladik, Czech Geological Survey; Bruno Saftic, University of Zagreb; Ananth Chikkatur, ICF International

    504. Intellectual property regulation and management in the Sino-US Collaboration on CCS Technology
      Shan Liu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology and Zhejiang University of Technology; Xiang Yu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

    505. Regulatory implications of property law governing CO2-EOR and CO2 waste disposal operations
      Philip M Marston, Marston Law

    506. CCS - what does it take? Necessary framework to succeed with CCS
      Dag Erlend Henriksen, Ingvild Ombudstvedt, Arntzen de Besche

Energy, Climate Change and CCS Policies

  1. Produced water from CO2-EOR in the Illinois Basin
    Seyed A Dastgheib, Chad Knutson, Illinois State Geological Survey
  2. Pathways for deploying low-emission technologies in an integrated electricity market: an Australian case study
    W Hou, MT Ho, DE Wiley, The University of New South Wales and CO2CRC

  3. Development of a methodology to analyse the geographical distribution of CCS plants and ramp-up of CO2-flow over time
    Jan Kjärstad, Filip Johnsson, Chalmers University of Technology

  4. How to 'capture the future by utilization of the past' in the coming revision of China CO2 technology roadmap?
    Qi Li, Zheng-Ao Chen, Xiaochun Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Jiu-Tian Zhang, Li Jia, Xian Zhang, Ming Cheng, ACCA21; Lan-Cui Liu, Ministry of Environmental Protection of the People's Republic of China; Qingsan Shi, Xinjiang University

  5. Power plant replacement and carbon capture and storage investment in Japan: Real options approach
    Junichiro Oda, RITE; Keigo akimoto RITE and The University of Tokyo

  6. The foreign policy of carbon sinks: Carbon capture and storage as foreign policy in Norway
    Jo-Kristian Rottereng, NTNU

  7. Effects of California's climate policy in facilitating CCUS
    Elizabeth Burton, LBNL

    Additional Posters

  8. Model predictions via history matching of CO2 plume migration at the Sleipner Project, Norwegian North Sea
    Guanru Zhang, Northwest A&F University and Indiana University; Peng Lu, Indiana University and Saudi Aramco; Chen Zhu, Indiana University
  9. A CO2 capture technology using multi-walled carbon nonotubes with polyaspartamide surfactant
    Jacob M Ngoy, Nicola Wagner, University of Witwatersand; Luca Riboldi, Olav Bolland, NTNU
  10. CO2 pipeline infrastructure - lessons learnt
    Paul Noothout, Frank Wiersma, Ecofys; Omar Hurtado, Doug Macdonald, SNC Lavalin; Jasmin Kemper, IEAGHG; Klaas van Alphen, Global CCS Institute and University of Wollongong
  11. Fluid transfer modeling through the overburden to useable groundwater formations
    Jeff Duer, Guoxiang Zhang, Shell
  12. Upgrading SEWGS: More efficient CO2 separation using less steam
    Jurriaan Boon, PD Cobden, HAJ van Dijk, D Jansen
  13. Combined in silico optimization of solvents and operating conditions for carbon capture processes
    Abdul Qadir, Suraj Sharma, Ali Abbas, The University of Sydney
  14. Development of chemical CO2 solvent for high-pressure CO2 capture (2): Addition effects of non-aqueous media on amine solutions
    Shin Yamamoto, Hidetaka Yamada, Takayuki Higashi, RITE
  15. Dawsonite-bearing carbonate veins in the Cretaceous Izumi Group, SW Japan: A possible natural analogue of fracture formation and self-sealing in CO2 geological storage.
    Yasuko Okuyama, AIST
  16. Microseismic techniques for preventing induced seismicity during geologic carbon sequestration
    Eric Matzel, Joshua White, Dennise Templeton, Moira Pyle, Christina Morency, Whitney Trainoor-Guitton
  17. Exemplar storage permit applications to evaluate and test site characterisation methodologies.
    JM Pearce, M Akhurst, BGS; F Delprat-Jannaud, IFPEN; C Nielsen, GUES
  18. Aquistore Project Measurement, Monitoring, and Verification: From concept to CO2 Injection
    Kyle Worth, PTRC; Don White, Geological Survey of Canada; Rick Chalaturnyk, Ben Rostron,  University of Alberta; Jim Sorensen, EERC; Chris Hawkes, University of Saskatchewan; Jim Johnson, Schlumberger Doll
  19. Gasoline from Coal via DME with Electricity Co-Production and CO2 Capture
    Guangjian Liu, North China Electric Power University; Eric Larson, Princeton University and Climate Central Inc; Robert Williams, Princeton University
  20. A Comparison of Coal/Biomass Co-Processing with CCS to Make Low-Carbon MTG or FTL Fuels and Electricity
    Guangjian Liu, North China Electric Power University; Eric Larson, Princeton University and Climate Central Inc; Robert Williams, Princeton University
  21. Optimization of stripping of concentrated piperazine over a wide range of rich loading
    Jacqueline Gerst, Lydia Cumming, Matt Place, John Miller, Glenn Larson, Neeraj Gupta, Battelle; Allen Modroo, Core Energy 
  22. A multi-stage dry sorbent CO2 capture process with a very small heat of regeneration
    Yong-Ki Park, Hwimin Seo, Won Choon Choi, Na Young Kang, Sunyoung Park, Da Young Min, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology; Kiwoong Kim, Kwang Soon Lee, Sogang University; Ho Kyu Moon, Hyung Heee Cho, Yonsei University; Deuk Ki Lee, Gwanju University
  23. Enhancing membranes permeability for CO2 capture through blending commodity polymers with selected PEO and PEO-PDMS copolymers
    Yuanyuan Wang, Tao Hu, Hongyu LI, Guangxi Dong, Vicki Chen, The University of New South Wales and CO2CRC
  24. Experimental study on seal integrity: the correlation between threshold pressure and permeability in a supercritical CO2-water system
    Masao Sorai, Takashi Fuji, Yuki Kano, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science; Shinishi Uehara, Toho Univeristy
  25. Experimental Modeling Studies on Absorption of CO2 by ammonia in Rotating Packed Bed
    Jia-Lin Kang, Zhen-Jie Luo, Jia-Lin Liu, David Shan-Hill Wong, Shi-Shang Jang, Chung-Sung Tan, National Tsing Hua University; Kai Sun, Qilu Univeristy of Technology; Jiu-Fu Shen, China Steel Corporation
  26. Optimizing Monitoring Designs across Multiple Objectives
    Jason Gastelum, Ellen Porter, PNNL
  27. Engineering scale-ip challenges of the calcium looping cycle for post combustion CO2 capture
    Alissa Cotton, Shell Global Solutions; Kumar Patchigolla, John Oakey, Cranfield University
  28. Cyclic oxidation of piperazine in pilot plants
    Paul Nielsen, Alex Voice, Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin
  29. CO2 fertilization system integrated with a low-cost direct air capture technology
    Tao Wang, Jie Huang, Xin He, Jiayang Wu, Mengxiang Fang, Jun Cheng, Zhejiang University
  30. CO2 transport systems development:Status of three large European CCS demonstration projects with EEPR funding
    Jens Hetland, SINTEF; Julian Barnett, National Grid UK; Andy Read, ROAD Project; Javier Zapatero, ENDESA; Jeremy Veltin, TNO
  31. A simple approximate semi-analytical solution for estimating leakage of carbon dioxide through faults
    Christopher Zahasky, Sally Benson, Stanford University
  32. Organic transport in supercritical CO2 fluids: Implications for mineral transformations and geologic carbon repository risk assessments
    Qiun Miller, John Kaszuba, University of Wyoming; Todd Schaeff, Chris Thompson,  Mark Bowden, Vanda Glezakou, Pete McGrail, PNNL; Lin Qiu, Yale University
  • Tuesday, 21 July 2015