Svelvik Field Lab is part of the ECCSEL Infrastructure (European Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage Laboratory Infrastructure), and is a small-scale field laboratory for development and testing of technologies and equipment required for large-scale CCS applications in a rapid and cost efficient manner.
12.00 Bus from Asker Station (if desired) - simple lunch will be served on the bus
- What is CO2 capture and storage? What are the possibilities in Norway?
(Erik Lindeberg, Chief Scientist CO2 Technology AS)
13.00 - 14.00 Talks and presentations at Fjordhuset
- Welcome to Svelvik CO2 Field Lab
(Alexandra Bech Gjørv, CEO SINTEF)
- UN Sustainable development goals, Paris agreement, and the role of CO2 capture and storage
(Sveinung Rotevatn, State Secretary, Climate and Environment Department)
- Greetings from ECCSEL ERIC - International Laboratory Infrastruktur for CCS Research, Education and Innovation
(Volker Röhling, Project leader, ECCSEL ERIC)
- What is Svelvik CO2 Field Lab and how can it support research on CO2 storage?
(Cathrine Ringstad, Manager Svelvik CO2 Field Lab)
14.00 - 14.45 Site visit
- Geology (Anja Sundal, Researcher UiO)
- Injection facilities for brine and CO2 (Martin Raphaug, Senior Engineer SINTEF
- Control and instrumentation room (Klaus Hagby, Site Coordinator Svelvik CO2 Field Lab)
- Monitoring wells and instrumentation (Michael Jordan, Senior Researcher SINTEF)
15.00 Bus back to Asker station (if desired)
For a more detailed agenda (that is continuously updated), see https://www.sintef.no/projectweb/svelvik-CO2-field-lab/
Binding registration before 11 November 12.00, using the form. In case of questions, contact Peder Eliasson ().