CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY

FOR CARBON CAPTURE, UTILIZATION AND STORAGE

Cutting Edge Technology For  Carbon Capture,  Utilization and Storage, 24th-27th September, 2017, Novotel Hotel and Conference Center, Clermont Ferrand, France

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Introduction

There is general agreement amongst the nations of the world that increasing amounts of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are effecting the world’s climate. One option is to eliminate the use of fossil fuels but this is probably not going to happen in the short term. Thus carbon capture has emerged as a possible means for cleaner combustion of carbon-based fuels. Carbon capture is the removal of carbon dioxide from flue gas before it has been emitted to the atmosphere. Once the carbon has been captured it can either be injected in suitable subsurface formations (Carbon Storage) or converted to useful products (Utilization).

 The purpose of this conference is to gather scientists, engineers, etc. working on all aspects of CCUS to present their latest work, share ideas, and help to advance the cause of CCUS.

At CETCCUS, ProSim will set up a prize, ProSim Best Student Paper Award, to honor the best student poster or presentation. We welcome all students to submit a paper and participate in CETCCUS.

The Call for papers for CETCCUS is now open. Please contact us or submit a paper to training@spheretechconnect.com.

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Conference Topics:

Carbon Capture

New processes and solvents for CO2 removal

Physical and thermodynamic properties of potential solvents

Transportation of CO2

Compression

Pipe flow

Physical, thermodynamic and kinetic properties

Utilization of Carbon Dioxide

Converting CO2 into commercial products

Food-grade CO2

Injection of CO2

Wells, completions, cementation

Enhanced oil recovery

Behaviour of CO2 in the Reservoir

Reservoir characterization

Physical properties of carbon dioxide (in particular the effect of impurities)

Flow through the reservoir

Mineralization of CO2

Seismic activity related to fluid injection

Related subjects

Reducing the cost of CCUS

Corrosion

Lessons learned from acid gas injection – a more mature technology

Current CO2 market study

CCS market studies

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