The Decatur CCS Project – Lessons learned (workshop)

The SUCCESS centre at University of Oslo, Department of Geosciences invites to a workshop in CCS (CO2 lagring). The workshop: Decatur CCS Project – Lessons learned, will take place in Forskningsparken, October 24–25, 2013 and are open to all interested in results from CCS.

SUbsurface CO" storage - Critical Elements and Superior Strategy - SUCCES centre

Program for the workshop

In conjunction with SUCCESS, the US-based Midwest Geological Sequestration Consortium (MGSC) will conduct a two-day intensive workshop on lessons learned from the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project (IBDP). IBDP is a 1-million tonne saline reservoir carbon dioxide storage demonstration in Decatur, Illinois, USA.

The workshop will be an intensive, project-based exploration of CCS project development and operations. The experienced team of course instructors includes Dr. Robert Finley and Dr. Sallie Greenberg, see presentations in the program (pdf), link below. They will provide presentations, panel discussions, and interactive experiences based on current research results at IBPD.

Topics to be included are: Principles of CCS, Components of a CCS Project, Site Selection and more....

For whom?

Anyone interested in results of CCS. Fundamental understanding of sedimentary basins and insight into geological processes and/or geophysical imaging will be useful. Attendance is free, but registration is required!. The workshop will be a part of the UiO courses:


The workshop will take place in Niels Treschow House, room 1224, Blindern campus, Oslo. See map..


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