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  1. DNV GL JIP releases new CO2 pipeline design data

    Offshore staff HØVIK, Norway – The DNV GL -led CO2PIPETRANS joint industry project (JIP) is releasing new data focusing on the transportation component of carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) projects. The data, relating to the depressurization of CO2 pipelines, will help fill knowledge gaps associated with the safe and reliable pipeline transport of CO2 and result in cost efficiencies through an improved design basis for CO2 pipelines.    Computer simulations of gas dispersion are used to assess the consequences of an accidental release from a pipeline. “Previously, CO2 pipelines have been designed using unvalidated computer simulations of CO2 dispersion due to the lack of experimental data,” said Jock Brown, DNV GL – Oil & Gas project manager. “This uncertainty contributes to an unnecessary gold-plating of the pipelines. This new data is one step in the right direction. It builds on the success of previous experimental data released by DNV GL and can be used by the CCS industry and designers to validate computer simulations used in CO2 pipeline design, thus optimizing the design process.” The datasets contain the results of depressurization tests on a CO2 pipeline collected at the DNV GL Spadeadam test site in the UK as part of the second phase of the CO2PIPETRANS JIP started in 2011. The data and supporting materials can be downloaded from DNV GL’s website at no cost. In addition to making datasets for model validation publicly available, the JIP also involves work to improve the understanding of CO2 pipeline propagating cracks and corrosion rates with various CO2 stream impurities. The CO2PIPETRANS JIP consists of 15 partner organizations: Arcelor Mittal, BP , DNV GL, Endesa, ENI , E.ON Ruhrgas, Gassco, Gassnova, Health and Safety Executive (HSE) UK, Maersk Oil ,  Petrobras , Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) Norway, Shell , V&M Deutschland, and Vattenfall. The DNV GL Recommended Practice (RP) “DNV-RP-J202 Design and Operation of CO2 Pipelines” will be updated to reflect the new knowledge, and will help ensure that the highest safety standards are met when transporting CO2. This RP is one of a number of widely-adopted industry guidelines developed by DNV GL for CO2 handling, such as RPs for CO2 capture, CO2 pipelines, and CO2 geological storage. 10/08/2014

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    Wed, 8 Oct 2014

  2. Evolution Petroleum, Denbury Resources settle litigation

    Evolution Petroleum Corp. has entered into a settlement agreement regarding its litigation with Denbury Onshore LLC, a subsidiary of Denbury Resources Inc. 

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    Wed, 29 Jun 2016

  3. E.ON announces pipeline survey work for UK's Kingsnorth CCS project

    E.ON has started the field work to identify potential carbon dioxide ( CO2 ) pipeline routes from the proposed new coal fired power plant at Kingsnorth in Kent, UK.

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    Tue, 17 Mar 2009

  4. Oil drilling update for Enhanced Oil Resources

    The Company's primary goals for 2012 are to add production and reserves through infill drilling at the Milnesand oil field, to evaluate the Chaveroo oil field for potential infill drilling, and to further the planning and permitting of a 41 mile CO2 pipeline .

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    Tue, 7 Aug 2012

  1. DOE issues final approval for Lake Charles CCS project funding

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    Mon, 6 Jan 2014

  2. White Rose Carbon Capture and Storage Project wins UK funding

    The proposed White Rose Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Project slated for development on land adjacent to the existing Drax Power Station, near Selby in North Yorkshire, has been selected for funding under the UK CCS Commercialization Program.

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    Mon, 25 Mar 2013

  3. Future of carbon capture, storage projects aided by panel recommendations in California

    A report released by California's Carbon Capture and Storage Review Panel provides recommendations for resolving the legal, regulatory and financial issues that currently impede the building of CCS facilities in the state.

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    Sun, 23 Jan 2011

  4. Siemens, Masdar Institute complete first carbon capture, storage research collaboration

    Projects are focused on the improvement and adaptation of the proprietary Siemens Post-Combustion technology to the requirements of the local markets, i.e. CO2 capture at gas-fired power stations and utilization of CO2 for enhanced oil recovery.

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    Fri, 18 May 2012

  5. Foster Wheeler wins PMC contract for coal-fueled Don Valley Power Project

    Foster Wheeler AG has been awarded a project management consultancy (PMC) contract for the Don Valley Power Project- a carbon capture, utilization and storage scheme being developed by 2Co Power Limited in Stainforth, Yorkshire, UK.

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    Tue, 31 Jan 2012

  6. Jacobs wins gas transmission, CCS contracts from National Grid in the UK

    Jacobs Engineering Group has received three framework contracts from National Grid to provide project services over a three-year period to support their investment programs in the areas of gas transmission/distribution, carbon capture and storage and property.

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    Tue, 30 Nov 2010

  7. Foster Wheeler wins contract at coal-fueled Don Valley CCS project

    Foster Wheeler AG has been awarded a contract to participate in a comprehensive update of the front-end engineering design (FEED) for 2Co Energy Limited’s coal-fueled Don Valley carbon capture power project in Stainforth, Yorkshire, UK.

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    Tue, 28 Aug 2012

  8. Co2e.com completes largest ever publicly announced forward-trade of greenhouse gas emission reductions

    CO2e.com, LLC, a Cantor Fitzgerald company, announced recently two transactions totalling 9 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2eq).

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    Tue, 2 Jul 2002