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SCCS Recommendations and Conference 2013 Executive Summary - Unlocking North Sea CO2 Storage for Europe: Practical actions for the next five years
CARBON dioxide emissions are the major cause of climate change: that is unequivocal. To limit the effects, we must reduce the amount of fossil carbon combusted and emitted as CO . Carbon capture and storage 2 (CCS) is ...
CO₂-EOR in the UK: Analysis of fiscal incentives
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a technology that could reduce CO2 emissions to atmosphere from power and/or industrial sources. CCS could provide up to 20% of global CO2 emissions reduction required in 2050, potentially ...
Worldwide Comparison of CO₂-EOR Conditions: Comparison of fiscal and industrial conditions in seven global regions where CO₂-EOR is active or under consideration
Previous work within the Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS) joint industry project (JIP) on carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery (CO2-EOR) which looked at financial incentives for CO2-EOR in the United Kingdom (UK) ...
A Review of Flaring and Venting at UK Offshore Oilfields
This study aims to re-address the issue of flaring and venting of reproduced gases in carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery (CO2EOR) projects. Whilst a number of studies have not recognised the impact of flaring/venting in ...
Sleipner CO₂ securely stored deep beneath seabed, in spite of unexpected Hugin fracture discovery
General readers of Nature may now think that the proposition to store carbon dioxide in deep geological strata is doomed to fail (Monastersky 2013). This is far from the case, as a more balanced review could easily have ...
Pipeline infrastructure for CO₂ transport in Europe
Presentation on Europe-wide CO2 Infrastructures Feasibility Study
Carbon Capture and Storage in the EU's 2030 climate and energy framework
SCCS Policy Briefing and Recommendations for European Council Carbon Capture and Storage in the EU’s 2030 climate and energy framework
Building a CO₂ Storage Hub in the Central North Sea
(Scottish Enterprise, 2015)
The International Energy Agency has long argued that Carbon Capture and Storage is the single most important technology we have in the battle to reduce CO2 emissions from power and industrial sources. Without it we will ...
Preliminary Study on Developing Economic Multipliers for CO₂-EOR Activity
The aim of this study is to provide a preliminary assessment of how the economy-wide impacts of the introduction of enhanced oil recovery using CO2 injection (CO2-EOR) and up-stream carbon capture and storage (CCS) activities ...
Techno-Economic Reservoir Modelling
The particular work described in this report was the development of a reservoir simulation model of enhanced oil recovery by CO2 injection in a representative North Sea oilfield. The injection of CO2 was modelled using a ...