IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

Summer School 2016

17th-23rd July Hosted by BHP Billiton SaskPower CCS Knowledge Centre in Regina, Canada

University of Regina

Following the success of the nine previous IEA Greenhouse Gas Programme (IEAGHG) Summer Schools we are pleased to announce the 2016 Summer School which will be held at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, 17th-23rd July.

The Summer School week aims to provide students a thorough overview of the entire CCS chain, covering all technical and non-technical topics of relevance, and enables students to appreciate the importance of and where their studies fit with regard to the development and deployment of the technology. It is an intensive week with group work being given at the start to be presented on the final day. This group-work time facilitates networking and skills development. The week will include a visit to Boundary Dam, the world’s first full-scale CCS project on a coal power station.

Presentations

Presentations are available below. Click on the blue links to access the corresponding presentation

 

Presentation Title
Presenter
Date
Welcome and IEAGHG Overview
Tim Dixon, IEAGHG
Monday 18th July
Climate Change Overview
Beth Hardy, SaskPower
Monday 18th July
The Global CCS Scene
Tim Dixon, IEAGHG
Monday 18th July 
Storage 1 - Reservoirs, Traps, Seals and Storage Capacity
John Kaldi, CO2CRC and University of Adelaide
Monday 18th July 
Storage 2 - Migration Pathways
Eric Nickel, PTRC
Monday 18th July 
Capture 1 - Oxyfuel
Max Ball, SaskPower
Monday 18th July
Storage 3 - EOR
Ken From, PTRC & Mike Monea, SaskPower
Monday 18th July 
Capture 2 - Post-Combustion
Howard Matthews, SaskPower
Monday 18th July 
Policy - International
Jurgen-Friedrich Hake, FZJ
Monday 18th July 
Legal and Regulatory, Carbon Accounting - International
Tim Dixon, IEAGHG
Monday 18th July
Policy - National
Beth Hardy, SaskPower
Monday 18th July 
Presentation Skills
John Kaldi, CO2CRC and University of Adelaide
Monday 18th July 
Storage 4 - Modelling
John Kaldi, CO2CRC and University of Adelaide
Tuesday 19th July
Storage 5a - Onshore and Offshore Monitoring and Verification (Shallow)
Katherine Romanak, University of Texas at Austin
Tuesday 19th July
Storage 5b - Onshore and Offshore Monitoring and Vertification (Deep)
Kyle Worth, PTRC
Tuesday 19th July
Storage Risk and Uncertainty
Simon O'Brien, Shell
Tuesday 19th July
CO2 Utilisation
David Wassell, SaskPower
Tuesday 19th July
Hubs and Clusters
Tim Dixon, IEAGHG
Tuesday 19th July 
Costs, Economics and Financing of CCS and Commercial Models
Peter Versteeg, SaskPower
Tuesday 19th July 
Public Engagement and Communications
Rhonda Smysniuk, Saskpower & Norm Sacuta, PTRC
Tuesday 19th July
Storage 6 - Wellbore Integrity
Kyle Glazewski, EERC
Tuesday 19th July
CCS for Industrial Sources
Rouzbeh Jafari,Shell Cansolv
Thursday 21st July
Health & Safety
Glenda Barton, SaskPower
Thursday 21st July
Capture 3 - Pre-Combustion
Raphael Idem, University of Regina
Thursday 21st July
Transport
Melanie Jensen, EERC
Thursday 21st July 
Environmental Impacts of Capture
Erik Gjernes, Gassnova
Thursday 21st July
Environmental Impacts of Storage
Katherine Romanak, University of Texas at Austin
Thursday 21st July 
Induced Seismicity
Eric Nickel, PTRC
Thursday 21st July 
NGO Perspective
Tim Dixon, IEAGHG
Thursday 21st July
CCS and Renewables
Doug Opseth, SaskPower
Thursday 21st July
Energy Systems Modelling
Doug Opseth, SaskPower 
Thursday 21st July 
Technical Writing
Amr Henni, University of Regina
Friday 22nd July
 
 
 

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