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Project Location Investor Brief Description
PCOR Williston Basin Demonstration Test Beulah,  United States Energy & Environmental Research Center - University of North Dakota  
Edison Mission Group Pekin,  United States EPRI - Electric Power Research Institute  
MRCSP Large-Volume Injection: TAME Site Greenville,  United States Battelle Memorial Institute  
MGSC Large-Volume Sequestration Test: Ethanol Plant Source Decatur,  United States Illinois State Geological Survey  
PCOR Ft. Nelson Demonstration Test Ft. Nelson,  Canada Energy & Environmental Research Center - University of North Dakota  
CCS Northern Netherlands Groningen, Netherlands,    

CCS Northern Netherlands/Netherlands   Achieve significant CO2 reductions in the short term, but also place the Northern Netherlands on the map as a leading region with respect to energy innovation. The Northern Netherlands provides excellent perspectives for the development of a national and international CO2 cluster. In addition to an extensive knowledge network, the region offers large potential storage locations and there are plans to build multiple large CO2 point sources. Furthermore, the region offers both onshore and offshore possibilities for the storage of CO2.

The European CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad Mongstad, Norway,    

The European CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad/Norway  The European CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad will be a test and demonstration facility for CO2 capture from flue gases. The facility will comprise two capture technologies; an amine plant and a chilled ammonia plant with a total capacity of 100,000 tons of CO2.

Policy Support System for Carbon Capture and Storage (PSS-CCS) Belgium  

PSS-CCS/Belgium  The central goal of the project PSS-CCS (Policy Support System for Carbon Capture and Storage) is the development of an economic-environmental simulator that will attempt realistic predictions regarding the impact and growth of CCS between 2010 and 2050. The simulator will be developed and its applicability demonstrated. A number of satellite targets have been defined that need to be realised in order to reach the main goal, which is the development of the PSS-CCS simulator. These secondary targets are: inventorying the geological storage potential in Flanders and the Walloon Region; the setting up of a methodology for risk evaluation of geological sites; inventorying the current and expected sources of CO2 in Belgium; the development of an ad-hoc routing application for pipeline trajectories and networks of pipelines; and inventorying the technologies that are related to the capture and compression of CO2. This project has brought together all expertise on CCS in Belgium. The expertise within the research groups spans the complete CCS chain. The expertise for inventorying the geological storage options for CO2 comes from VITO and the university of Mons (FPMs).

Western Kentucky CO2 Test Hancock County,  United States Kentucky Geological Survey  
CAPRICE International Framework Program 6

CAPRICE/International  The overall primary objective of CAPRICE is to set up a research cooperation and an exchange of research results in the area of amine processes between the European based CASTOR consortium and the Canadian based International Test Centre consortium. While this brings together the globally leading researchers, a second objective is to extend the cooperation and exchange to third countries with a large application potential for CCS (Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage) technologies, i.e. Russia, Brazil and China.

PCOR Williston Basin Small-Scale EOR Field Test Western North Dakota,  United States Energy & Environmental Research Center - University of North Dakota  
PCOR Lignite in North Dakota Field Validation Test Burke County,  United States Energy & Environmental Research Center - University of North Dakota  
Otway Australia  

Otway/Australia  Injection of 100,000 tons of CO2 from natural gas wells into hydrocarbon reserves to provide technical information on storage, monitoring and verification

COACH: COoperation Action within CCS CHina-EU Partially funded by EU under the 6th Framework Program

COACH/CHina-EU The COACH project aims at establishing broad cooperation between China and the EU in the field of CCS. The objective of Coach is to provide the technical recommendations required to design a coal-fired power station incorporating CO2 capture and storage technologies, to be constructed in China by 2010.

The EU-China COACH project officially launched in November 2006 in Beijing as a project under the Sustainable Energy Systems theme of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) of the EU. Major activities include application of carbon capture technology in coal-fired power plants, evaluation of China's CO2 storage potential and the study of relevant regulations and financing mechanisms. Activities will also be carried out to improve public awareness and to build CCS capacity. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2009. Eight Chinese organizations are involved in this project.

Southeast Regional Partnership on Carbon Sequestration (SECARB) USA DOE, SECARB

SECARB/USA  This partnership, led by Southern States Energy Board, will demonstrate CO2 storage in the lower Tuscaloosa Formation Massive Sand Unit. This geologic formation stretches from Texas to Florida and has the potential to store more than 200 years of CO2 emissions from major point sources in the region. The partnership will inject CO2 at two locations to assess different CO2 streams and how the heterogeneity of the formation affects the injection and containment.  Injection of several million tons of CO2 from a natural deposit is expected to begin in late 2008.  The project will then conduct a second injection into the formation using CO2 captured from a coal-fired power plant in the region.  The results of these projects will provide the foundation for the future development of CO2 capture and storage opportunities.

Plaints CO2 Reduction Partnership (PCOR) USA Department of Energy (DOE), National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), and PCOR

PCOR/USA   The Plains CO2 Reduction Partnership, led by the Energy & Environmental Research Center at the University of North Dakota, will conduct geologic CO2 storage projects in the Alberta and Williston Basins. The Williston Basin project in North Dakota will couple enhanced oil recovery and CO2 storage in a deep carbonate formation that is also a major saline formation. The CO2 for this project will come from a post-combustion capture facility located at a coal-fired power plant in the region. A second test will be conducted in northwestern Alberta, Canada, and will demonstrate the co-sequestration of CO2 and hydrogen sulfide from a large gas-processing plant into a deep saline formation. This will provide data about how hydrogen sulfide affects the sequestration process.

MRCSP Cincinnati Arch Geologic Test Rabbit Hash,  United States Battelle Memorial Institute  
MRCSP Appalachian Basin Geologic Test Shadyside,  United States Battelle Memorial Institute  
MGSC Oil-bearing Flood II United States Illinois State Geological Survey  
MGSC Oil-bearing Flood I United States Illinois State Geological Survey  
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