Sessions:

Keynote Tuesday - A1 - B1 - C1 - D1 - E1 - A2 - B2 - C2 - D2 - E2 - A3 - B3 - C3 - D3 - E3 

Keynote Wednesday - Award winner's lecture - A4 - B4 - C4 - D4 - E4 - A5 - B5 - C5 - D5 - E5 - A6 - B6 - C6 - D6 - E6

Tuesday, 13th June

Welcome, Title to be confirmed,
Dr. Nils A. Røkke, SINTEF

CCS in Norway. Government Perspective,
Egil Meisingset, Deputy Director General Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Norway

Status of CCUS in the USA
Jarad Daniels, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary, Clean Coal and Carbon Management, DOE, USA

The H21 Leeds City Gate project - Converting gas grids to hydrogen
Dan Sadler, Special Advisor, Northern Gas Network, UK

Positioning for a low carbon future
Irene Rummelhoff, Executive Vice President, STATOIL, Norway

Keynotes

CCS in Norway: Pushing ahead
Trude Sundset, CEO Gassnova

The trouble with negative emissions
Glen Peters, Senior Researcher, CICERO

Accelerating CCS deployment; the role of NCCS - Norwegian CCS Research Centre
Mona J. Mølnvik, Research Director, SINTEF Energy Research

Why CCS is vital to reach international climate goals
Mr. Marius Holm, CEO, Zero, Norway


Session A1- Solvent development

CO2 absorption by biphasic solvents: aqueous mixtures of MEA + BmimBF4
Xu Lingjun (Tsinghua University), Yang Qi (CSIRO), Wang Shujuan (Tsinghua University)

Investigation on the reactions involved in the chemical absorption of CO2 in aqueous single and blended MAPA
Cristina Perinu (University College of Southeast Norway), Ida Bernhardsen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Diego D.d. Pinto (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Hanna K. Knuutila (ntnu), Klaus-Joachim Jens (University College of Southeast Norway)

Screening of new imidazoles for CO2 capture
Sigvart Evjen (NTNU Department of Chemistry), Anne Fiksdahl (NTNU Department of Chemistry), Diego D.d. Pinto (ntnu), Hanna K. Knuutila (ntnu), Solomon Kahsay Gebremariam (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering)


Session B1- Membranes contactors/membranes

Post-combustion CO2 capture with membrane contactor technology using phase change solvents as liquid absorbents
Luca Ansaloni (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering), Hanna K. Knuutila (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering), Liyuan Deng (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering)

Membrane Contactors for efficient solvent regeneration
Colin Scholes (University of Melbourne)

Effect of graphene addition on the capture performance of polymeric membranes 
Luca Olivieri (University of Bologna), Silvia Meneguzzo (University of Bologna), Simone Ligi (GNext s.a.s.), Maria Grazia De Angelis (University of Bologna), loris giorgini (University of Bologna), andrea saccani (University of Bologna), Giorgio Cucca (Sotacarbo), Alberto Pettinau (Sotacarbo)


Session C1- Oxy-fuel capture

NOx Formation in Oxy-fuel Combustion of Lignite in a Bubbling Fluidized Bed - Modelling and Experimental Verification
Matej Vodicka (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague), Nils Erland Haugen (SINTEF Energy Research), Andrea Gruber (SINTEF Energy Research), Jan Hrdlicka (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague)

Design of NOx and SOx control in Pressurized Flue Gas Systems: Importance for carbon capture schemes
Sima Ajdari (Chalmers University of Technology), Fredrik Normann (Chalmers University of Technology), Klas Andersson (Chalmers University of Technology)

MILD oxy-fuel combustion applied to coal fired power plants with CO2 capture
Mario Ditaranto (SINTEF Energy Research), Ryszard Bialecki (Silesian University of Technology), Andrzej Szlek (Silesian University of Technology), Wojciech Adamczyk (Silesian University of Technology), Gabriel Wecel (Silesian University of Technology), Adam Klimanek (Silesian University of Technology), Anna Katelbach-Wozniak (Silesian University of Technology), Wojciech Stanek (Silesian University of Technology), Pawel Gladysz (Silesian University of Technology), Lucyna Czarnowska (Silesian University of Technology), Slawomir Sladek (Silesian University of Technology), Nils Erland Haugen (SINTEF Energy Research), Øyvind Langørgen (SINTEF Energy Research)


Session D1- CCS in Energy Intensive industries

Preparing the ground for CCS in the European cement industry – CEMCAP status
Sigmund Størset (SINTEF Energy Research), Kristin Jordal (SINTEF)

STEPWISE: Cost effective CO2 reduction in the Iron & Steel Industry
Eric van Dijk (Energy research Centre of the Netherlands), Jaap Vente (ECN), Paul Cobden (ECN)

The LEILAC Project (Low Emissions Intensity Lime And Cement)
John Blamey (Imperial College London), Jan Theulen (HeidelbergCement), Zhuo Cheng (Imperial College London), Yun Xu (Imperial College London), Nilay Shah (Imperial College London), Paul Fennell (Imperial College London), Ziad Habib (Lhoist Group), Daniel Rennie (Calix Europe Ltd), Thomas Hills (Calix Europe Ltd), Adam Vincent (Calix Europe Ltd), Mark Sceats (Calix Europe Ltd)


Session E1- Storage projects

Smeaheia - unlocking the potential of large-scale CO2 storage in Norway
Rune Thorsen (Statoil ASA), Anne-kari Furre (Statoil ASA and NTNU), Bamshad Nazarian (Statoil ASA and NTNU), Britta Paasch (Statoil ASA and NTNU), Andrew James Cavanagh (Statoil ASA and NTNU), Nicholas Thompson (Statoil ASA and NTNU)

Development of a new CO2 storage facility on Norwegian Continental Shelf
Per Ivar Karstad (Statoil ASA)

Using flow models with sensitivities to study cost efficient monitoring programs of CO2 storage sites 
Halvor Nilsen (SINTEF Digital), Odd Andersen (SINTEF), Rebecca Allen (SINTEF Digital), Stein Krogstad (SINTEF Digital), Knut-andreas Lie (SINTEF Digital)


Session A2 - Solvent properties and emissions

AMP in NMP and AMP in TEGDME as Post combustion CO2 capture system
Meher Sanku (Lund University), Hanna Karlsson (Lund University), Helena Svensson (Lund University)

On the Systematic Screening of Mixtures as CO2 Capture Solvents
Theodoros Zarogiannis (Centre for Research and Technology Hellas), Athanasios Papadopoulos (Centre for Research and Technology Hellas), Panos Seferlis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)

Thermodynamical modelling of unloaded and loaded 3-(methylamino)propylamine (MAPA) solutions
Mónica García (University of Surrey Department of Chemical & Process Engineering), Hanna K. Knuutila (ntnu), Diego D.d. Pinto (ntnu), Sai Gu (University of Surrey Department of Chemical & Process Engineering)

Effect of gas phase amine depletion created by aerosol formation and growth 
Hammad Majeed (ntnu), Magne Hillestad (ntnu), Hanna K. Knuutila (ntnu), Hallvard Svendsen (ntnu)


Session B2 - Membranes

Cross-linked PEG and 2D nano-materials based mixed matrix membranes (MMMs) for CO2 capture
Zhongde Dai (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering), Luca Ansaloni (NT), Liyuan Deng (ntnu)

Preparation of highly CO2-permeable polymer thin-film composite membrane and its plate-and-frame membrane module for CO2/N2 separation 
Myung Jin Yoo (Hanyang University), Junhyeok Lee (Hanyang University), Jee Yeon Oh (Hanyang University), Seung Yeon Yoo (Hanyang University), Ho Bum Park (Hanyang University)

Using poly (vinyl alcohol)/nanocellulose composites as CO2 gas separators
Jonathan Torstensen (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering), Ming Liu (North Carolina State University), Soo Ah Jin (North Carolina State University), Justin Ryan (North Carolina State University), Øyvind Gregersen (ntnu), Kristin Syverud (NTNU/PFI), Liyuan Deng (ntnu), Richard Spontak (North Carolina State University), Ayman Hawari (North Carolina State University)

New fabrication methods for high performance CO2 capture membranes
Marius Sandru (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), Per Stenstad (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), Eugenia Mariana Sandru (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), Taek-Joong Kim (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), Jing Deng (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering), Liyuan Deng (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering)


Session C2 - Oxy-fuel capture

Comparative analysis of oxygen compression and liquid oxygen pumping for the semi.closed oxyfuel combustion combined cycle 
Jan Hitzwebel (Hamburg University of Technology), Alfons Kather (Hamburg University of Technology)

Scaled up production of ceramic membranes for oxyfuel capture 
Marie-Laure Fontaine (SINTEF), Christelle Denonville (SINTEF), Adam Stevenson (Saint Gobain CREE), Christian His (Saint Gobain CREE), Emmanuel Mercier (Saint Gobain CREE), Caroline Tardivat (Saint Gobain CREE), Wen Xing (SINTEF), Jonathan Polfus (SINTEF), Ove Paulsen (SINTEF), Paul Inge Dahl (SINTEF), Partow Henriksen (SINTEF), Rune Bredesen (SINTEF)

The EU-FP7 project SUCCESS – Preparing Chemical Looping Combustion for Demonstration Scale
Stefan Penthor (TU Wien), Tobias Mattisson (Chalmers University of Technology), Juan Adanez (ICB-CSIC), STEPHANE BERTHOLIN (IFPEN), Enrica Masi (IMFT), Yngve Larring (SINTEF), Øyvind Langørgen (SINTEF Energy Research), Jochen Ströhle (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Frans Snijkers (VITO), Lieve Geerts (VITO), Knuth Albertsen (Euro Support), Gareth Williams (Johnson Matthey), Otmar Bertsch (Bertsch Energy), Ytalo Davila (SHELL), Mahdi Yazdanpanah (Total), Tobias Pröll (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna), Anders Lyngfelt (Chalmers University of Technology), Hermann Hofbauer (TU Wien)

Investigations on oxyfuel combustion in a cement kiln prototype burner
Francisco Carrasco (Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology (IFK), University of Stuttgart), Eike Willms (ThyssenKrukpp Industrial Solutions), Simon Grathwohl (Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology (IFK), University of Stuttgart), Joerg Maier (Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology (IFK), University of Stuttgart)


Session D2 - CCS in Energy Intensive Industries

A framework for CO2 capture from cement production
Mari Voldsund (SINTEF Energy Research), Helmut Hoppe (VDZ), Rahul Anantharaman (SINTEF Energy Research, Department of Gas Technology), David Berstad (SINTEF), giovanni cinti (Italcementi), Edoardo De Lena (Politecnico di Milano), Manuele Gatti (Politecnico di Milano), Matteo Gazzani (ETH Zürich), Isabel Martinez (Polimi), Juliana Monteiro (TNO), Matteo Carmelo Romano (Politecnico di Milano), Erin Schols (TNO), Maurizio Spinelli (Polimi), Sigmund Størseth (SINTEF), Peter Van Os (TNO)

Evaluation of Low and High Level of Integration Options for Carbon Capture at an Integrated Iron and Steel Mill
Maria Sundqvist (Swerea MEFOS), Maximilian Biermann (Chalmers University of Technology), Fredrik Normann (Chalmers University of Technology), Mikael Larsson (Swerea MEFOS), Leif Nilsson (SSAB)

Retrofit of membrane carbon capture processes to cement manufacture
Olivia Improta (University of Genova), Dursun Can Ozcan (Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey), Hyungwoong Ahn (University of Edinburgh), Stefano Brandani (University of Edinburgh), Maria-Chiara Ferrari (University of Edinburgh)

CCS in cement industry – Application of the Calcium Looping technology
Matthias Hornberger (Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology (IFK), University of Stuttgart), Reinhold Spörl (Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology (IFK), University of Stuttgart), Günter Scheffknecht (Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology (IFK), University of Stuttgart), Sigmund Størseth (SINTEF)


Session E2 - Storage capacity

Wettability of carbonate reservoir minerals under carbon storage conditions 
Mihaela S P Stevar (Imperial College London), J. P. Martin Trusler (Imperial College London)

Parameter uncertainty in geological formations, and its impact on CO2 storage capacity estimation 
Rebecca Allen (SINTEF Digital), Halvor Nilsen (SINTEF Digital), Odd Andersen (SINTEF), Knut-andreas Lie (SINTEF Digital), Olav Møyner (SINTEF Digital)

New method for studying salt clogging during supercritical CO2 injection
Andreas Nicolas Berntsen (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Jelena Todorovic (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Martin Raphaug (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Malin Torsæter (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Kamila Gawel (SINTEF Petroleum Research)

First CO2 injection experiment at Heletz (Israel): determination of dissolution trapping and capillary trapping via a single well push pull experiment
Jacob Bensabat (EWRE Ltd.)


Session A3 - Pilot and large-scale testing

Challenges and opportunities arising from extended technology testing, commercial CCS operation, and saline formation storage in Saskatchewan 
Michael Monea (The International CCS Knowledge Centre), Colin Campbell (The International CCS Knowledge Centre)

Pilot Demonstration on Membranes for Post-combustion CO2 Capture
Xuezhong He (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering), Arne Lindbråthen (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering), May-britt Hägg (NTNU Department of Chemical Engineering)

CO2 capture using K2CO3 solvent: A review and experimental study for CO2 capture in power, steel, cement and chemical industries
Sheng Li (Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Non-Aqueous Solvent (NAS) CO2 Capture Process
S. James Zhou (RTI), Marty Lail (RTI), Markus Lesemann (RTI), Paul Mobley (RTI), Aravind Rayer (RTI), Vijay Gupta (RTI), Mustapha Soukri (RTI), Jak Tanthana (RTI), Andrew Tobiesen (SINTEF), Thor Mejdell (SINTEF), Ugochukwu E. Aronu (SINTEF), Andreas Grimstvedt (SINTEF), Kai Hjarbo (SINTEF), Lars Hovdahl (SINTEF)


Session B3 - Novel technologies

Clean Electricity Production from Offshore Natural Gas
Simon Roussanaly (SINTEF Energy Research, Department of Gas Technology), Ailo Aasen (SINTEF Energy Research, Department of Gas Technology), Rahul Anantharaman (SINTEF Energy Research, Department of Gas Technology), Bjørnar Danielsen (Sevan Marine ASA), Luc Hême de Lacotte (TechnipFMC), Jana Jakobsen (SINTEF Energy Research, Department of Gas Technology), Ghassen Neji (TechnipFMC), Arne Sødal (Sevan Marine ASA), Per Eilif Wahl (SINTEF Energy Research, Department of Gas Technology), Remi Dreux (ENGIE), Pierre Rabeau (ENGIE)

CCS/CCU and renewables-possible combining technologies
Edesio Miranda-Barbosa (European Comission/DG Joint Research Centre), Evangelos Tzimas (European Comission/DG Joint Research Centre)

Reactive Gas Electrosorption: novel, clean and energy efficient CO2 capture concept
Louis Legrand (Wetsus, european centre of excellence for sustainable water technology), Olivier Schaetzle (Wetsus, european centre of excellence for sustainable water technology), Hubertus Hamelers (Wetsus, european centre of excellence for sustainable water technology), Robert De Kler (Wetsus, european centre of excellence for sustainable water technology), Cees Buisman (Wageningen University)

Advanced configurations of Circulating Fluidized Bed systems for post-combustion CO2 separation via Temperature Swing Adsorption
Stefano Edoardo Zanco (ETH Zürich), Matteo Gazzani (ETH Zürich), Matteo Carmelo Romano (Politecnico di Milano), Marco Mazzotti (ETH Zürich), Isabel Martinez (Politecnico di Milano)


Session C3 - Chemical Looping Technologies

Comparison of two oxygen carriers performances for Chemical Looping Combustion application
Airy Tilland (IFPEN), Arnold Lambert (IFPEN), William Pelletant (IFPEN), David Chiche (IFPEN), Christine Bounie (IFPEN), Stephane Bertholin (IFPEN)

Synthesis and upscaling of perovskite Mn-based oxygen carrier by industrial spray drying route 
Marijke Jacobs (VITO), Tjalling van der Kolk (Euro Support), Knuth Albertsen (Euro Support), Tobias Mattisson (Chalmers University of Technology), Anders Lyngfelt (Chalmers University of Technology), Frans Snijkers (VITO)

Scale-Up of oxygen Carrier for Chemical-looping combustion using Environmentally SuStainable materials (SUCCESS) – Health & safety assessment, Life Cycle Analysis and recycling options
Lieve Geerts (VITO)

Operation of A 1 MWth chemical looping pilot plant with natural gas 
Peter Ohlemüller (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Michael Reitz (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Jochen Ströhle (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Bernd Epple (Technische Universität Darmstadt)


Session D3 - Public acceptance / legal standards

CCU in the EU ETS: risk of CO2 laundering preventing a permanent CO2 solution
Keith Whiriskey (Bellona Foundation), Johan Verbeek Wolthuys (Bellona Foundation), Ana Serdoner (Bellona Europa)

Public acceptance or territorial insertion at stake ? The case of the Chapelle-de-Rousse CCS demonstration project
pierre-olivier Garcia (Laboratoire PASSAGES, University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour), Xavier Arnauld de Sartre (Laboratoire PASSAGES, University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour)

Mapping CCUS technological trajectories and business models: The case of CO2-DISSOLVED
Nicolas Béfort (University of Orléans), Audrey Laude-Depezay (University of Reims Champagne Ardenne), Galiègue Xavier (University of Orléans)

Standardization as a Tool for Full-Scale Deployment of CCS and CO2-EOR
Ingvild Ombudstvedt (IOM Law)


Session E3 - EOR and shallow monitoring

CO2 for EOR combined with storage in the Norwegian North Sea
Ann Helen Hansen (Norwegian Petroleum Directorate), Eva Halland (Norwegian Petroleum Directorate), Van Pham (Norwegian Petroleum Directorate)

Mapping of Paleo Residual Oil Zones on the NCS and the potential for production by CO2-EOR
Per Eirik Bergmo (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Alv-Arne Grimstad (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Kuncho Kurtev (Previously SINTEF Petroleum Research)

Baseline monitoring of CO2 and methane for risk assessment of a future pilot CCS site LBr-1: relationship to the residual oil and gas field saturation
Juraj Francu (Czech Geological Survey), Vit Hladik (CGS), Eric Ford (IRIS), Ondřej Prokop (Czech Geological Survey), Lukas Jurenka (Czech Geological Survey), Vladimir Kolejka (Czech Geological Survey), Miroslav Pereszlenyi (Czech Geological Survey)

Electrical resistivity tomography for studying shallow CO2 migration at the Field Research Station near Brooks, AB (Canada)
Dennis Rippe (Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences), Alexander Strom (Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences), Cornelia Schmidt-Hattenberger (Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences), Michael Jordan (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Don Lawton (CMC Research Institutes), Amin Saeedfar (CMC Research Institutes)


Wednesday, 14th June

Opening address
The need for continued focus on CCS
Mrs. Dr. Marie Bysveen, SINTEF


Keynotes

RITE's Advanced CO2 Capture Technologies
Hidetaka Yamada, Senior Researcher, RITE

«FME-SUCCESS – perspectives on safe and effective storage of CO2»
Arvid Nøttvedt, CEO, Christian Michelsen Research AS

The role of CO2 capture and utilization in mitigating climate change
Niall Mac Dowell, Senior Lecturer Imperial College London


Award winner's lecture


Session A4 - Novel systems

CO2 Capture and Liquefaction onboard of LNG fueled ships
Juliana Monteiro (TNO), Joan van den Akker (Delft University of Technology), Lex Vredeveldt (TNO), Peter Van Os (TNO), Earl Goether (TNO)

Integration of CO2 capture in oil refineries
Rahul Anantharaman (SINTEF Energy Research, Department of Gas Technology), Kristin Jordal (SINTEF), Simon Roussanaly (SINTE), Per Eilif Wahl (SINTEF Energy Research, Department of Gas Technology), Chao Fu (SINTEF Energy Research)

Activated Carbon for Selective Exhaust Gas Recirculation in Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Power Plants With Carbon Capture
Erika Palfi (University of Edinburgh), Laura Herraiz (University of Edinburgh), Sepideh Shahkarami (University of Saskatchewan), Ajay Dalai (University of Saskatchewan), Mathieu Lucquiaud (University of Edinburgh)

Pilot plant study and process simulation of CO2 capture with ionic liquid-amine blending
Dawei Shang (Key Laboratory of Green Process and Engineering, Beijing Key Laboratory of Ionic Liquids Clean Process, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Jubao Gao (Key Laboratory of Green Process and Engineering, Beijing Key Laboratory of Ionic Liquids Clean Process, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Lu Bai (Key Laboratory of Green Process and Engineering, Beijing Key Laboratory of Ionic Liquids Clean Process, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Shaojuan Zeng (Key Laboratory of Green Process and Engineering, Beijing Key Laboratory of Ionic Liquids Clean Process, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Haifeng Dong (Key Laboratory of Green Process and Engineering, Beijing Key Laboratory of Ionic Liquids Clean Process, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Suojiang Zhang (Key Laboratory of Green Process and Engineering, Beijing Key Laboratory of Ionic Liquids Clean Process, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences), xiangping zhang (Key Laboratory of Green Process and Engineering, Beijing Key Laboratory of Ionic Liquids Clean Process, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences)


Session B4 - Transport, phase equilibria

Sulphur formation in CCS Streams
Bjørn Helge Morland (Institute for Energy Technology (IFE)), Malgorzata Halseid (Hydro Aluminium), Morten Tjelta (Institute for Energy Technology (IFE)), Arne Dugstad (Institute for Energy Technology (IFE)), Gaute Svenningsen (Institute for Energy Technology (IFE))

Phase behaviour of (CO2 + diluents) mixtures relevant to CCS and flue-gas applications
Lorena Souza (Imperial College London), Saif Al Ghafri (University of Western Australia), J. P. Martin Trusler (Imperial College London)

New phase equilibria measurements close important knowledge gaps in CCS
Anders Austegard (SINTEF Energy Research), Sigurd Weidemann Løvseth (SINTEF), H. G. Jacob Stang (SINTEF Energy Research, Department of Gas Technology), Snorre Foss Westman (SINTEF)

Simulation of a highly underexpanded CO2 jet using a fifth-order WENO scheme
Magnus Aa. Gjennestad (SINTEF Energy Research), Andrea Gruber (SINTEF Energy Research), Karl Yngve Lervåg (SINTEF Energy Research), Øyvind Johansen (SINTEF Energy Research), Åsmund Ervik (SINTEF Energy Research), Morten Hammer (SINTEF Energy Research), Svend Tollak Munkejord (SINTEF Energy Research)


Session C4 - Pre-combustion Capture

Evaluation of the H2 production stage via SER under suitable conditions for the Ca/Cu looping process
Gemma Grasa (ICB-CSIC), M Victoria Navarro (ICB-CSIC), José Manuel López (ICB-CSIC), Laura Diez (ICB-CSIC), Jose Ramon Fernandez (INCAR-CSIC), Ramón Murillo (ICB-CSIC)

Fabrication and performance of asymmetric tubular H2 membranes based on lanthanum tungstate–lanthanum chromite composites
Zuoan Li (SINTEF), Marie-Laure Fontaine (SINTEF), Jonathan Polfus (SINTEF), Christelle Denonville (SINTEF), Wen Xing (SINTEF), Partow Henriksen (SINTEF), Rune Bredesen (SINTEF)

Sorption enhanced production of hydrogen in industrial processes using two chemical loops
Jose Ramon Fernandez (INCAR-CSIC), ISABEL MARTÍNEZ (ICB-CSIC), Carlos Abanades (INCAR)

Preparation and evaluation of new sorbent materials for the Sorption Enhanced Water-Gas Shift (SEWGS) reaction
Bjørnar Arstad (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), Richard Blom (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), Fredrik Lundvall (University of Oslo), Georgios Kalantzopoulos (University of Oslo), Helmer Fjellvåg (University of Oslo), Anja Sjåstad (University of Oslo)


Session D4 - International R&D

Assessing the business case for the Rotterdam Nucleus – A proposed Project of Common Interest (PCI)
Tom Mikunda (TNO), Filip Neele (TNO), Logan Brunner (TNO), Marie Bysveen (SINTEF Energy Research), Elisabeth Vagenes (SINTEF Energy Research), Charles Eikhoff (Progressive Energy Ltd), Raphael Heffron (Queen Mary University of London), Diana Schumann (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), Lauren Downes (Queen Mary University of London), David Hanstock (Progressive Energy Ltd)

Mission and achievements of the carbon sequestration leadership forum  (CSLF)
Lars Ingolf Eide (Research), åSe Slagtern (The Research Council of Norway), Andrew Barrett (Geosc), Tony Surridge (Sanedi), Eddy Chui (Natural Resources Canada), Max Watson (CO2CRC), Brian Allison (BEIS), John Litynski (Department of Energy), Dominique Copin (Total), Richard Lynch (Department of Energy)

CO2 capture, transport and storage research facilities from the French node of ECCSEL available for access by the European scientific community
Isabelle Czernichowski-Lauriol (BRGM), Valérie Czop (EDF), Sébastien Dupraz (BRGM), Régis Farret (INERIS), Philippe Gombert (INERIS), Ghislain Husson (Total), Pierre Le Thiez (IFPEN), Virgile Rouchon (IFPEN), Stéphan Schumacher (Andra)

European Industries, reconciling employment and climate action
Keith Whiriskey (Bellona Europa), Jonas Helseth (Bellona Europa)


Session E4 - Well integrity

Stiff cement, soft cement: arching effect, hysteresis, and irreversibility in near-well geomechanics
Alexandre Lavrov (SINTEF Petroleum Research)

Prediction of CO2 leakage at the interface of annulus cement and geological formation
Marielle Koenen (TNO), Laura Wasch (TNO)

Safe plugging of wells penetrating CO2 storage sites
Malin Torsæter (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Kamila Gawel (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Alexandre Lavrov (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Ruben Bjørge (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), Elvia Anabela Chavez Panduro (NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Jelena Todorovic (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Dag Breiby (NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

In situ observations of well cements interacting with CO2-brine
Elvia Anabela Chavez Panduro (Nor), Malin Torsæter (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Kamila Gawel (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Ruben Bjørge (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), Alain Gibaud (Universite du Maine), Yi Yang (University of Copenhagen), Stefan Bruns (University of Copenhagen), Yi Zheng (Technical University Denmark), Henning Osholm Sørensen (University of Copenhagen), Dag Breiby (NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology)


Session A5 - Modeling and simulations

Rigorous Model Development of a MEA-Based CO2 Capture System and Validation with Pilot Plant Data Across Multiple Scales
Benjamin Omell (U.S. DOE-National Energy Technology Laboratory), Josh Morgan (Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, West Virginia University), Debangsu Bhattacharyya (Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, West Virginia University), Anderson Soares Chinen (Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, West Virginia University), David Miller (U.S. DOE-National Energy Technology Laboratory)

Investigation of CO2 capture in natural gas combined cycles with slective exhaust gas recurculation 
Maria Elena Diego (University of Sheffield), Jean-Michel Bellas (The University of Sheffield), M Pourkashanian (The University of Sheffield)

Power plant dynamics with post combustion CO2 capture - A comparison between a supercritical coal fired power plant and a natural gas combined cycle power plant
Rubén Mocholí Montañés (NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Stefanía Ósk Garðarsdóttir (Chalmers University of Technology), Fredrik Normann (Chalmers University of Technology), Filip Johnsson (Chalmers University of Technology), Lars Olof Nord (NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

Modelling and simulation of heat recovery absorption-based carbon capture process 
Adisorn Aroonwilas (University of Regina), Amornvadee Veawab (University of Regina)


Session B5 - Transport process and integrity

Well integrity: The effect of material parameters and intermittent flow on thermal stresses
Peder Aursand (SINTEF Energy Research), Morten Hammer (SINTEF Energy Research), Alexandre Lavrov (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Halvor Lund (SINTEF Energy Research), Svend Tollak Munkejord (SINTEF Energy Research), Malin Torsæter (SINTEF Petroleum Research)

Shelter models for consequence analysis and risk assessment of CO2 pipelines
Julia Race (University of Strathclyde), Kehinde Adefila (University of Strathclyde), Ben Wetenhall (Newcastle University), Hamed Aghajani (Newcastle University), Batuhan Aktas (Newcastle University)

Comparative Analysis of Transport and Storage Options from a CO2-Generating Source Perspective
Tim Grant (U.S. DOE-National Energy Technology Laboratory), David Morgan (U.S. DOE-National Energy Technology Laboratory), Donald Remson (U.S. DOE-National Energy Technology Laboratory), Allison Guinan (Leidos, Inc), ChungYan Shih (Leidos, Inc), Shangmin Lin (Deloitte), Derek Vikara (KeyLogic Systems, Inc)

Facility solution for a new CO2 storate site on the Norwegian Continental Shelf 
Michael Drescher (Statoil ASA), John Lage Bergan (Statoil ASA), Roger Henriksen (Statoil ASA), Silje Charlotte Myrvang Tjelta (Statoil ASA), Yunfeng Yi (Statoil ASA), Adil Fahmi (Statoil ASA)


Session C5 - Pre-combustion Capture

New mixed matrix membranes based on polymers and molecular sieves for pre-combustion capture in syngas purification 
Francesco Maria Benedetti (INSTM), Andrea Sardano (University of Bologna), Matteo Minelli (University of Bologna), Maria Grazia De Angelis (University of Bologna), Micaela Degli Esposti (University of Bologna), Paola Fabbri (University of Bologna), Giorgio Cucca (Sotacarbo), Alberto Pettinau (Sotacarbo)

Combined catalyst and sorbent material for pre-combustion CO2 capture using sorption enhanced reforming (SER) 
Saima Kazi (Institutt for energiteknikk (IFE)), Luca Di Felice (Institutt for energiteknikk (IFE)), Julien Meyer (Institutt for energiteknikk (IFE))

Commercial scale feasibility of Clean Hydrogen
Claude Heller (Air Liquide), Guido Magneschi (Global CCS Institute), Kristin Jordal (SINTEF)

Palladium (Pd) membranes as key enabling technology for pre-combustion CO2 capture and hydrogen production - from lab-scale to demonstration
Thijs Peters (SINTEF), Per Martin Rørvik (SINTEF), Marit Stange (SINTEF), Tor Olav Sunde (SINTEF), Henrik Ræder (SINTEF), Frode Roness (Hydrogen Mem-Tech AS), Torkild Reinertsen (Hydrogen Mem-Tech AS), Rune Bredesen (SINTEF)


Session D5 - CCUS

Novel CC(U)S concepts: Evaluating the performance of multi-product CO2 utilization at refineries 
Cora Fernández-Dacosta (Utrecht University), Viktorija Stojcheva (Utrecht University), Andrea Ramirez (Delft University of Technology)

CO2 Utilization by Ethanol production in the Cement Industry
Juliana Monteiro (TNO), Peter Van Os (TNO), Earl Goether (TNO), Helmut Hoppe (VDZ)

FReSMe:From Residual Steel gases to Methanol
Jaap Vente (Energy research Centre of the Netherlands), Paul Cobden (ECN)

CO2 recycling based on 'Power to Gas-Carbon capture' hybrid systems
Manuel Bailera (University of Zaragoza), Luis M. Romeo (University of Zaragoza), Pilar Lisbona (University of Valladolid), Sergio Espatolero (Fundación CIRCE), Begoña Peña (University of Zaragoza)


Session E5 - Corrective measures and monitoring

Full scale field testing of sealant materials for CO2 leakage remediation 
Jafar Abdollahi (PRORES AS)

Demonstration of CO2 capture rate control at pilot scale using continuous online solvent measurements
Paul Tait (University of Edinburgh), William Buschle (University of Edinburgh), Kris Milkowski (The University of Sheffield), Muhammad Akram (University of Sheffield), Prashant Valluri (University of Edinburgh), M Pourkashanian (University of Sheffield), Mathieu Lucquiaud (University of Edinburgh)

MiReCOL: developing corrective measures for CO2 storage
Filip Neele (TNO), Alv-Arne Grimstad (SINTEF Petroleum Research), Marc Fleury (IFPEN), Cornelia Schmidt-Hattenberger (Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences), Anna Korre (Imperial College London)

Application of noble gas signatures in monitoring schemes for CO2 storage 
Anja Sundal (University of Oslo), Matthias S. Brennwald (Swiss Federal Institute for Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag)), Per Aagaard (University of Oslo), Philip Ringrose (Statoil ASA and NTNU), Rolf Kipfer (Swiss Federal Institute for Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag))


Session A6 - Modeling and simulations

Methodology and Results for Amine Based CO2 Capture Process Model
Matthew Campbell (Shell Cansolv)

A first evaluation of absorption cycle design for partial capture systems
Maximilian Biermann (Chalmers University of Technology), Fredrik Normann (Chalmers University of Technology), Ragnhild Skagestad (Tel-Tek), Stefanía Ósk Garðarsdóttir (Chalmers University of Technology), Nils Henrik Eldrup (Tel-Tek), Filip Johnsson (Chalmers University of Technology)

On the integratation of novel lithium-based sorbents into natural gas combined cycle power plants for CO2 capture 
Ahmed Saleh (Heriot-Watt University), Eva Sanchez (Heriot-Watt University), Susana Garcia (Heriot-Watt University), Mercedes Maroto-valer (Heriot-Watt University)

Selective exhaust gas recirculation on gas turbines for post-combustion carbon capture applications 
Karen Finney (University of Sheffield), Andrea De Santis (University of Sheffield), Thom Best (University of Leeds), MARIA ELENA DIEGO (University of Sheffield), Alastair Clements (University of Sheffield), M Pourkashanian (University of Sheffield)


Session B6 - Ammonia and carbonate based systems

Process synthesis and equipment design of a solid handling section for ammonia based post-combustion CO2 capture processes
Federico Milella (ETH Zürich), Daniel Sutter (ETH Zürich), José-Francisco Pérez-Calvo (ETH Zürich), Matteo Gazzani (ETH Zürich), Marco Mazzotti (ETH Zürich)

Evaluation of 1 MWth long-term pilot testing of the carbonate looping process
Martin Helbig (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Jochen Hilz (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Martin Haaf (Institute for Energy Systems & Technology, Technische Universität Darmstadt), Jochen Ströhle (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Bernd Epple (Technische Universität Darmstadt)

Second generation calcium looping system with biomass combustion in the calciner
ISABEL MARTÍNEZ (ICB-CSIC), Borja Arias (INCAR-CSIC), Carlos Abanades (INCAR-CSIC)

Thermodynamic Assessment of the Calcium Looping Process Applied to a Lignite-fired Power Plant
Martin Haaf (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Martin Helbig (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Jochen Hilz (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Alexander Stroh (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Jochen Ströhle (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Bernd Epple (Technische Universität Darmstadt)


Session C6 - CCS Whole system issues

Process simulation and analysis of CO2 separation with hybrid ionic liquid solution
Xinyan Liu (Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Tu Wenhui (Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Rafiqul Gani (Department of Chemical & Biochemical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark), xiangping zhang (Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Suojiang Zhang (Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

The role of CCS power stations in future low carbon energy systems and their interaction with the downstream CO2 transportation and storage infrastructure
Thomas Spitz (University of Edinburgh), Hannah Chalmers (University of Edinburgh), Mathieu Lucquiaud (University of Edinburgh)

Dynamics of CO2 stream composition in CCS clusters and its implications for CO2 quality specifications
Sven-Lasse Kahlke (Hamburg University of Technology), Martin Pumpa (DBI Gas- und Umwelttechnik GmbH), Lennard Wolf (Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR)), Stefan Schütz (DBI Gas- und Umwelttechnik GmbH), Alfons Kather (Hamburg University of Technology), Heike Ruetters (Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR))

Integration Options for Post-Combustion CO2 Capture using Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells
Stuart Lodge (BP), Stefano Consonni (Politecnico di Milano), Jonathan Forsyth (BP), Manuele Gatti (Politecnico di Milano), Emanuele Martelli (Politecnico di Milano), Federico Vigano (Politecnico di Milano)


Session D6 - Carbon negative solutions

Techno-economic and environmental assessment of the conversion of CO2 into methanol
Nicolas Meunier (University of Mons), Remi Chauvy (University of Mons), THOMAS Diane (University of Mons), Guy De Weireld (University of Mons)

Can BECCS provide immediate and efficient carbon dioxide removal? 
Mathilde Fajardy (Imperial), Niall Mac Dowell (Imperial College)

CO2 capture optimization for partial capture technology options in the pulp andn paper industry – A case study within the CO2stCap Project
Marie Anheden (RISE Bioeconomy), Jens Wolf (RISE Bioeconomy), Ragnhild Skagestad (Tel-Tek), Stefanía Ósk Garðarsdóttir (Chalmers University of Technology), Fredrik Normann (Chalmers University of Technology)

Towards carbon-negative electricity with BECCS: Impacts of fuel composition on efficacy, water consumption and effluent CO2
Jens Hetland (SINTEF Energy Research, Department of Gas Technology)


Session E6 - Geomechanics

Risking CO2 leakage along faults – what do we know?
Alvar Braathen (University of Oslo), Elin Skurtveit (Norges Geotekniske Institutt (NGI)), Kei Ogata (Vrije University), Kim Senger (UNIS), Jan Tveranger (Uni Research CIPR)

Assessing carbon dioxide storage integrity of an extensive saline aquifer formation; East Irish Sea Basin, UK
John Williams (British Geological Survey), Christopher Gent (British Geological Survey), Mark Fellgett (British Geological Survey), Karen Kirk (British Geological Survey)

Simplified models for studying thermal effects of CO2 injection at different spatio-temporal scales
Odd Andersen (SINTEF Digital), Halvor Nilsen (SINTEF Digital), Knut-andreas Lie (SINTEF Digital)

Model comparison for geomechanical simulation of large-scale CO2 storage
Sarah Gasda (Uni Research CIPR), Tore Ingvald Bjørnarå (Norges Geotekniske Institutt (NGI)), Magnus Wangen (IFE)

 


Final Conference Program