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제목 CTCN/The International CCS Knowledge Centre webinar : The Shand CCS Feasibility Study - Second Generation CCS for the Globe and Multi-Sectors

CTCN/The International CCS Knowledge Centre webinar : The Shand CCS Feasibility Study - Second Generation CCS for the Globe and Multi-Sectors

 

Date and time: Wednesday 23 January 2019 - 3:00pm CET

Organiser: The International CCS Knowledge Centre

 

 

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) applied to large point source emissions is the technology that yields the biggest reduction in CO2 emissions.  Canada is a leader in CCS, and it needs to be advanced at a greater rate to meet the Paris Agreement emissions reduction targets.

Early in 2018, the Boundary Dam 3 CCS Facility (BD3) surpassed 2Million Tonnes of Captured CO2. Along with this significant milestone, the International CCS Knowledge Centre recently released a feasibility study to retrofit SaskPower’s Shand Power Station, (Shand) a 300 – MW, single unit, coal-fired power plant that has double the capacity of with a large-scale, CCS facility.

 

Organisation

 

The International CCS Knowledge Centre’s (the “Knowledge Centre”) mission is to accelerate the global deployment of carbon capture and storage through the advancement of the understanding and use of CCS as a means of managing global GHG emissions. The not-for-profit corporation was established in 2016, by BHP and SaskPower, to provide access to the data, information and lessons learned from SaskPower’s Boundary Dam 3 facility and by incorporating the knowledge and experience from CCS projects elsewhere in the world.

 

SaskPower’s Boundary Dam 3 began operation on 2 October 2014 as the world’s first commercial scale coal-fired power plant incorporating amine solvent absorption carbon capture. To this day, it remains the only fully-integrated commercial scale CCS plant on a coal-fired power plant. This has demonstrated that CCS can be deployed on a commercial scale.

 

Sharing of this knowledge and data is expected to help promote research and reduce the cost and risk associated with new CCS projects around the world.  The Knowledge Centre facilitates, in an advisory role, based on expertise and lessons learned from the Boundary Dam experience.

Through the Knowledge Centre, power producers, industrial emitters, research bodies and others can access the information they need to consider and develop CCS as an option to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.  The Knowledge Centre also offers information to governments and NGOs that need it for the enhancement of progress of CCS technology.

 

Sharing of this knowledge and data is expected to help promote research and reduce the cost and risk associated with new CCS projects around the world. The Knowledge Centre facilitates, in an advisory role, based on expertise and lessons learned from the Boundary Dam experience.

Through the Knowledge Centre, power producers, industrial emitters, research bodies and others can access the information they need to consider and develop CCS as an option to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.  The Knowledge Centre also offers information to governments and NGOs that need it for the enhancement of progress of CCS technology.

 

Presenters

 

Corwyn Bruce - Corwyn joined the International CCS Knowledge Centre in August 2017 bringing with him his formidable experience working on the Boundary Dam 3 CCS project since early 2009. During this time, he served as both an engineer and a project manager focusing on: building the original business case; scope definition and delivery of the power plant upgrades and capture plant integration; and most recently has spent the past 3 years leading the effort to resolve deficiency and operational issues at the facility. Prior to joining the clean coal initiative, Corwyn spent 5 years with SaskPower leading the control system replacement projects at Poplar River Power Station in 2006 and again in 2008. Previously, he spent 10 years with ABB / Bailey Controls, designing, commissioning and tuning control system upgrades on thermal power plant and industrial facilities in Western Canada.

 

Beth Hardy - As VP of Strategy and Stakeholder Relations, Beth leads the Knowledge Centre’s considerations of policies and regulations that foster CCS; and focuses on helping to link CCS knowledge with other countries to reduce locked-in investments and collaboratively support the goals of the Paris Agreement. Her understanding of complex climate change matters, capacity building requirements, and international financing concerns act as a solid basis for assisting both national and international implementation strategies for technologies that support environmental targets. Prior to joining the Knowledge Centre, Beth worked briefly as legal counsel for the provincial Crown utility. She pairs this industrial perspective with regulatory knowledge as Acting Director of Climate Change with the Government of Saskatchewan. These positions are reflective of Beth’s time with the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy where she focused on analysing provincial/territorial climate action plans and making recommendations for low cost and sustainable pathways. Beth’s legal education, teaching and practice have explored balancing energy, the environment and social implications.

 

 

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