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EPPM Seminar/Workshop (S6): Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Opportunities in the CCOP Region, 12-14 September 2012, Bali, Indonesia
2012-09-12 2012-09-14

About the S6

The Seminar/Workshop was organized by the Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programs in East and South-east Asia (CCOP), in cooperation with PETRAD and the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia under the CCOP-Norway EPPM Program.  

This is the 6th Annual Seminar / Workshop (S5) that supports the technical activities of the EPPM Program and participated by representatives from Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Vietnam.  The objectives are to enhance the knowledge of the CCOP Member Countries with the current state-of-the-art in carbon capture and storage and discuss the opportunities of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in the region.

Contents:

1.      Program

2.      Note for Information

3.      List of Participants

4.      Summary

5.      Photos (please see Gallery)

6.      Presentations & Discussions

A.  Introduction to EPPM S6, housekeeping  and Workshop background – Mr. Simplicio P. Caluyong, EPPM Program Coordinator, CCOP Technical Secretariat

B.  Dr. Matthias Raab, Program Manager for Geological Carbon Storage, CO2CRC, Australia

·   The CCS Landscape in Australia

·   The CO2CRC Otway Project

C.  Mr. Holger Bietz, General Manager, Global CCS Institute, Australia

·   Update on CCS Storage Projects

D.  Prof. Bjørn Kvamme, University of Bergen, Norway

·   Storage of CO2 in natural gas hydrates

E.  Dr. Stanley Santos, Project Manager, IEAGHG, UK

·   CO2 Capture overview

·   CCS in Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)

·   Update to the Development of CO2 Capture Technologies in the Far East Asia

·   C02 Transport via Pipeline and Ship

F.   Mr. Tor Fjæran, President Director, Statoil Indonesia

·   CO2 Capture- Technology Center Mongstad (Norway)

·   Mapping of Geological CO2 Storage Sites – an overview

G.  Prof. Wawan Gunawan A. Kadir,ITB Indonesia

·   Pilot Study for Carbon Sequestration and Monitoring in Gundhi Area, Central Java Province, Indonesia

H.  Dr. Shinsuke Nakao, Leader for CO2 Geol Storage research, GSJ, Japan

·         CO2 Storage and Monitoring:  assessment of injection induced earthquake and strong motion effect on storage ability of CO2 reservoir

I.  Dr. Jeong Chan Kim, Director/Principal Researcher, KIGAM, Korea

·   Update on CO2 Geological Storage research in Korea

J.  Country Presentation: CCS Opportunities

·   Cambodia - CNPA

·   Philippines – DOE

·  Thailand - DMF





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