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25th June 2020 SPE WA Webinar on Reducing Net Carbon Footprint – Northern Lights CCS project: update, context and scale-up potential
June 25, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree – $10.00
SPE WA are proud to present the details of our live webinar on Reducing Net Carbon Footprint titled “Northern Lights CCS project: update, context and scale-up potential” by Professor Philip Ringrose!
Note that once you register on the website, a separate email will be sent to you which has a link that takes you to the webinar specific entry gateway before the webinar.
About the Presentation
An overview of the Northern Lights CCS project in Norway will be presented with an update on the recent exploration-confirmation well. The business context to the project includes developing the concept of an ‘open storage’ facility attracting new sources of CO2 capture. The scale-up potential is being partly addressed by building CO2 storage exploration ‘piggy-backed’ on HC exploration, which opens the opportunities for good synergies in the energy transition. Some of the future challenges include quantifying storage risks, regional mapping and reservoir modelling of large high-resolution models.
About the Speaker – Professor Philip Ringrose
Prof. Philip Ringrose is a specialist in CO2 storage and reservoir geoscience at the Equinor Research Centre, Trondheim, Norway. He is also Adjunct Professor in CO2 Storage at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
He has published widely on many aspects of low-carbon energy, reservoir geoscience and fluid flow in rock media and is Chief Editor for the journal Petroleum Geoscience.