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In-session workshop on carbon dioxide capture and storage
20 May 2006, 10.00-13.00 and 15.00-18.00, Hotel Maritim, Plenary II


Mandate

The SBSTA requested the secretariat, subject to availability of resources, to organize, under the guidance of the Chair of the SBSTA, an in-session workshop on carbon dioxide capture and storage at the twenty-fourth session of the SBSTA. The objective of the workshop would be to increase understanding of carbon dioxide capture and storage through an overview of the IPCC special report and through experiences and lessons learned. It would cover relevant provisions of the forthcoming 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories, demonstration and pilot projects and capacity-building for the development and use of this technology. The workshop would draw on the views of Parties and the relevant expertise of Parties, intergovernmental organizations and other organizations. The SBSTA requested its Chair to prepare a report of the above-mentioned workshop for consideration by the SBSTA at its twenty-fifth session (November 2006) and requested that this report and workshop presentations be posted on the UNFCCC web site as soon as possible after the workshop. 

(PDF) Agenda

Presentations

Panelist Organization Subject

Mr. Bert Metz/Mr. Ogunlade Davidson

IPCC

(PDF) Overview of carbon dioxide capture and storage and IPCC SRCCS
Mr. Larry Myer United States of America (PDF) CCS technology options 
Mr. John Bradshaw Australia  (PDF) Geological assessment and storage capacity: an international perspective
Mr. Tore Torp IPIECA (Statoil) (PDF) Experiences and lessons learned from demonstration and pilot projects: a regional partnership perspective
Ms. Carolyn Preston Canada (PDF) Experiences and lessons learned from Weyburn project
Mr. Iain Wright IPIECA (BP) (PDF) Experiences and lessons learned from In Salah project
Mr. Pascal Winthaegen Neatherlands Experiences from coal enhanced bed methane projects. Mr. Pascal Winthaegen
Ms. Malti Goel India (PDF) Short-term opportunities and challenges for CCS in the fossil fuel sector:  CCS status in India
Mr. Haroon Kheshgi BINGOs/IPIECA (PDF) How business and industries have been engaged with governments undertaking CCS projects
Ms. Gabriela von Goerne  ENGOs/Greenpeace  (PDF) Environmental NGO perspectives 
Ms. Trude Sundset Norway   (PDF) Innovation, deployment, diffusion and transfer of CCS technologies 
Mr. Xuedu Lu  China  (PDF) Innovation, deployment, diffusion and transfer of CCS technologies
Mr. John Gale   IEA (PDF) Experiences and lessons learned from the IEA work on carbon capture and storage (
Mr. Bill Reynen   Canada  (PDF) Development and deployment of CCS training modules; training courses to build awareness and capacity
Mr. Arthur Lee IPIECA (Chevron) (PDF) Capacity building for demonstration and use of CCS and for transfer or knowledge of CCS to decision-makers  
Mr. Simon Eggleston IPCC  (PDF) IPCC Guidance on developing and applying CCS emission estimation methodologies in national inventories of GHGs 
(PDF) Estimation of Emissions from CO2 Capture and Storage: the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories
Mr. Jürgen Lefevere European Commission (PDF) Towards an EU policy framework for CCS
Ms. Elizabeth Hattan  United Kingdom (PDF) Recent developments on CCS legal issues
Mr. Wolfgang Heidug IPIECA (Shell) (PDF) High level overview of storage technology and issues
Ms. Carolyn Preston Canada (PDF) Monitoring of geological storage

 

Report of the Chair