In this conference, participants learned about the ELEGANCY project and the results from its first year of operation, and heard perspectives of relevant external stakeholders.
ELEGANCY is an ACT research project that aims to develop a commercial model for industrial CCS and hydrogen production and distribution. The findings and tools developed will be applied to five national case studies.
Programme including the talks
|09:30||Welcome, HSE and introduction (Nils A. Røkke, SINTEF/EERA)|
|09:50||ELEGANCY overview (Svend T. Munkejord, SINTEF)
Low carbon solutions (Steinar Eikaas, Equinor)
|10:40||Coffee break & Poster session|
|11:00||H21 (Dan Sadler, Northern Gas Networks)
ELEGANCY case studies (Gunhild A. Reigstad, SINTEF)
Climate effects of various CCU and CCS measures (Ana Serdoner, Bellona)
|13:30||H2@Scale (Bryan Pivovar, National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
Laboratory studies to understand the controls on flow and transport for subsurface CO2 storage (Ronny Pini, Imperial College London)
Decametre-scale experiment at the Mont Terri Underground Rock Laboratory: Injection of CO2-rich brine in a fault zone (Anne Obermann, ETH Zürich)
|14:30||Coffee break & Poster session|
|15:00||Accelerating the energy transition - EU perspective (Vassilios Kougionas, European Commission)
Economic and legal barriers and opportunities (Catherine Banet, University of Oslo)
Can we produce "green steel" with "blue hydrogen"? (Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, Hydrogen Europe)
|16:30||End of session|
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