Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage (CCUS)
As the interest in carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) continues to grow around the world, so does the need for qualified professionals to take on the challenge. By bringing together our world-renowned knowledge in the earth sciences, engineering and economics and business fields, the CCUS course enables trainees to explore the unique challenges around carbon sequestration, climate change and the energy transition while acquiring the skills needed to advance their career.
This training is designed for:
- Technicians/engineers and decision makers working in industries that target CO2 emissions reduction and CCUS in their road map.
- Consultants, Managers, Environmentalist, and anyone who is interested to know about CCUS.
- Oil & Gas upstream companies.
- Power & utilities companies, IPPs.
- Petrochemical and process industry companies.
- Government officials and regulators.
- Project developers and sponsors.
- Private equity & institutional investors.
- Development finance institutions and commercial lenders.
- Sustainability / ESG / Environment advisors.
- Learn trading like you learn a sport.
- Discover the 4 macro-areas on which you must work.
- Know why the market can be a dangerous environment.
- Learn the right behavior to survive.
- why acceptor risk is a vital trading skill.
- Achieve discipline to build consistent positive returns.
- PRESENTATION OF THE CCUS VALUE CHAIN
- Context: share of the CCUS in the reduction of emissions.
- Economics of CCUS projects: cost of each item.
- Integration of CCUS in carbon-intensive industries.
- R&D projects
- CO2 TREATMENT
- Transport of CO2: pipeline, truck, sea, train…
- CO2 compression: by compressor or by pump.
- Feedback from projects.
- CO2 STORAGE
- Reservoir Performance Prediction.
- Geological characterization.
- Integrity (well and reservoir).
- Measurement, Monitoring and Verification (MMV).
- Storage mechanisms and security.
- CARBON CAPTURE AND ITS POSSIBLE USE
- Detailed presentation of capture technologies (post-combustion, pre-combustion, ox combustion, industrial processes).
- Detail of the most promising technologies, type by type.
- State of progress of R&D, pilot projects.
- From CCS to CCUS, what possible uses for carbon? Industrial applications.