Since 2013, the Petrobras Santos Basin Pre-Salt Oil Field CCS has commissioned four CO2 separation and injection systems aboard floating production, storage, and offloading (FPSO) vessels anchored in the Santos Basin, off the coast of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The CO2 is separated on site as part of natural gas processing. Since 2016, CO2 capture capacity is approximately 1 Mtpa. The captured CO2 is directly injected into the Lula and Sapinhoá oil fields for enhanced oil recovery. As of December 2016, the Santos Basin Pre-Salt development reached the milestone of four million tonnes of CO2 injected into pre-salt fields.
The 2013 Carbon Management Technology Conference (CMTC 2013) will draw professionals from all engineering disciplines to share their expertise and provide their perspectives on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and adaptation to changing climate. The conference will focus on engineering perspectives regarding key issues, including technologies, strategies, policies, management systems and metrics.
All-Energy Australia is an annual, free-to-delegate, business-to-business conference and networking forum hosted alongside an impressive exhibition showcasing renewable energy, clean energy, sustainable transport and energy efficiency.
The Global CCS Institute will again take part in the All Energy event.
The CEPAC 2nd Basic Course “Understanding Basic Carbon Capture and Storage” is open to anyone wanting to understand CCS better. The four day training course will focus on CCS as part of the solution to the climate change issue, carbon dioxide capture and separation, storage, as well as the economic, policy and legal context.
Course attendance is free of charge. However, vacancies are limited by sector (industry, academy, government and NGOs).
Busting Myths about CO2 Capture and Storage: Address your questions directly to practitioners with hands on experience. Bellona Europa has put together an all-star line-up of world-renown experts to kick start a week of CCS events in Brussels.
Bringing together key researchers in the carbon management field and top leaders from Canada’s energy industry, this three-day conference will provide opportunities to show new directions and developments in research and discuss current challenges. The event will provide time for participants to network and develop relationships.
The Second Sustainable Earth Science Conference and Exhibition will be held in Pau, France, 30 September - 4 October 2013, organised by the EAGE in cooperation with CO2GeoNet, EGEC, House of Geoscience and Avenia. Building on the success of the first SES conference in Valencia, Spain (2011), this conference aims to create a platform for geoscientists to meet, learn and discuss “Technologies for Sustainable Use of the Deep Sub-surface.”