CO2 Transport and Storage directly from a ship: flexible and cost-effective solutions for European offshore storage.
Recently CCS value chain started considering ships for direct injection, not only transport. The CTS project will evaluate the global potential of this technology for facilitating permanent CO2 storage using case studies from offshore on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, Baltics, Black Sea and Atlantic coast of Portugal. CTS will study the impact of direct injection from ship on the definition of capture clusters and storage facilities by developing CCS scenarios in four different offshore regions in Europe. The efficiency of the scenarios from the perspective of cost and abated CO2 emissions compared to existing plans and scenarios will be evaluated. One of the project goals is to advance direct ship injection technology further together with NEMO Maritime – the industrial partner developing one of such solutions. The proposal addresses Module 3.1, “Transport and injection of CO2” and “CO2-storage sites” R&D areas, since injecting from ships being flexible and lower cost can help to accelerate CO2 storage and contribute to reducing emissions already by 2030. CTS aims at improving cost and efficiency along the value chain; developing new markets by better addressing the need of smaller emitters; increasing LCA and TEA knowledge for the value chains in selected areas. By utilizing offshore storage and building trustful communication with stakeholders in selected geographical locations, CTS also aims to contribute to strengthening the acceptance of CCUS technologies
|Coordinator||Norwegian Research Center As|
|Partner||BREVIK ENGINEERING AS|
|Partner||Danmarks Tekniske Universitet|
|Partner||Institutul National de Cercetare – Dezvoltare pentru Geologie si Geoecologie Marina|
|Partner||Nemo Maritime AS|
|Partner||UNIVERSIDADE DE EVORA|