Towards clean and stable hydrogen reheat combustion in gas turbines (Reheat2H2)

The primary objective is to build a knowledge-based stability model for H2 reheat flames to enable hydrogen end-use for largescale power generation in pre-combustion CCS (CLIMIT scope) and power-to-H2- to-power (ENERGIX scope) schemes.

Partners:

  • SINTEF Energy Research
  • NTNU
  • TUM
  • Sandia National Laboratories
  • Computational Thermal Fluids Laboratory of the University of Connecticut
  • ETH Zürich.

The project will work closely with Ansaldo Energia Switzerland.

Funding: EnergyX
Duration: 4 years – Start 2019
Project manager: Jonas Moeck, NTNU


Quantification of fault-related leakage risk (FRISK)

The main goal is to reduce the uncertainty in fault-related leakage risk for large-scale CO2 storage by developing an improved fault derisking framework that includes dynamic pressure changes and along-fault fluid migration.

Partners:

  • NGI
  • UiO
  • NORCE (Uni Research)
  • UiB.

Collaboration with UK and US research institutions and geological expertise from Switzerland.

Funding: CLIMIT, Equinor and TOTAL.
Duration: 3 years – Start: 2019
Project manager: Elin Skurtveit, NGI