International seminar FINAL PROGRAM



International seminar FINAL PROGRAM
et de recherche
Transport et
Stockage du CO2
International seminar
3, 4 and 5 December, 2014
60, boulevard Saint Michel Paris 6ème and ISEL Le Havre
Wednesday 3 December 2014 Morning 11:30 – 12:00 Welcome, registrations and installation of posters 12:00 – 1:15 pm Lunch (on‐site) Afternoon 1:15 – 1:45 Short presentation of the poster session (1 slide, 1 minute per poster) 1:45 – 3:15 Session 1: Storage monitoring, well integrity, CO2‐reservoir rock interaction Introduction to the session Vincent Lagneau, Moderator ‐
Interaction water, gas, rock including CO2 impurities Jérôme Corvisier, MINES ParisTech ‐
Hontomín TDP monitoring network. Experiences during the hydraulic characterization phase. Carlos de Dios, Low Carbon Technologies Director at CIUDEN ‐
Carbone Capture Utilisation and Storage in China Professor Qi Li, Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Member of the Chinese Academy of Science 3:15 – 3:45 Break around posters 3:45 – 5:30 Session 2: Successes and failed CTS projects Introduction to the session Alain Nadai, Moderator ‐
EU demonstrators successes and failures Aïcha El Khamlichi, ADEME ‐
CCS demonstration project in Canada Malcolm Wilson, Executive director of the Petroleum Technology Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan ‐
CCS in Scotland Leslie Mabon, University of Edinburgh ‐
CO2 injection ‐‐ Public and legal perception in the US based on the EOR experience Philip Marston, Marston Law, USA 5:30 – 7:15 Session 3: Capture demonstrators and technological progresses Introduction to the session Fabrice Del Corso, Moderator ‐ The Oxycombustion a challenge for CCS Technological Development Carlos de Dios. Low Carbon Technologies Director at CIUDEN - CCS Pilot Project le Havre : a stepping stone in EDF Group Tackle of the CO2 Challenge‐ François Giger, EDF DPI ‐
The CCS Callide oxy‐fuel project in Australia Grégoire Beasse, Air liquide ‐
CO2 capture and usage in a cement plant Michel Gimenez, Lafarge 8:00 pm Diner at « Le Procope » a historical and mythic restaurant Thursday 4 December 2014 Morning 8:00 am Welcome and coffee Morning session chaired by Denis Clodic 8:30 – 9:15 CTSC thesis: the 2009 generation Pauline Humez Development of indirect indicators for CO2 intrusion into freshwater Jaleh Samadi Development of a systemic risk management approach for CO2 capture, transport, and storage projects Rebeca O’Neil The processus of demonstration of the CTSC technology in Europe 9:15 – 10:15 CTSC thesis: the 2010 generation Jonas Pigeon Social acceptability of CO2 Capture, Transport, and Storage on the Seine axis Sarah Bouquet Interferences between multiple industrial‐scale CO2 injections in a deep saline Aquifer Carole Langlais Geological impacts of the presence of oxygen on brine in CO2 storage conditions: characterization of solubility Florian Osselin Supercritical CO2 storing: evolution of the petrophysical properties of the host rock 10:15 – 10:45 Coffee break 10:45– 11:45 CTSC thesis: the 2011 generation Gisèle Suhett‐Helmer Crack propagation in reservoir rocks in the CO2 storage context Claire Pacini Consequences of mixed (CO2 + O2) gas injection in depleted hydrocarbon reservoirs Chao GU Creation of an inductive model of growth of industrial cluster with optimized flows for the control of CO2 emissions Stéphanie de Vigan CO2 geological storage, legal considerations on the exploitation of the subsoil as a resource 11:45‐1:15 pm Lunch ‐ On‐site buffet Afternoon 1:30 Departure to Le Havre by bus 6:00 Arrival at the hotel and installation 8:00 Diner in a famous restaurant: « Les Régates » Friday 5 December 2014 Morning 8:00 am Welcome and coffee Four workshops in parallel 8:30 – 10:00 Elaboration and discussion phase Workshop 1: The law of the subsoil and CO2 fluxes Moderator: Stéphanie de Vigan Rapporteur: Philip Marston Workshop 2: Energy gas storages in the subsoil (H2, compressed air) Moderator: Anne Gaëlle Bader ‐ BRGM Rapporteur: Mikhail Panfilov ‐ University of Lorraine Workshop 3: CO2 usages: assisted recoveries of gases and oil Moderators: Professor Qi Li ; Jean‐Paul Gourlia, President of the CODOR Chair Rapporteur: Vincent Lagneau Workshop 4: Energy future and fossil fuels combustion Moderators: Bernard Tardieu, President of the Energy Commission of Academy of Technologies and Christian Oeser, Policy Officer, Low‐Carbon Energy, DGEC Rapporteur: Denis Clodic, Chairholder 10 ‐ 10:30 Break 10:30 – 11:15 Synthesis of each workshop and discussion 11:15 ‐12:30 Lessons learned from two decades of energy strategy in Europe Bernard Tardieu, French Academy of Technology 12:30 – The words of the end: Denis Clodic, Jean‐Paul Gourlia, Jean‐Baptiste Gastine, Adjoint au Maire du Havre Afternoon 1:00 pm 2:30 Back to Paris by bus Lunch – buffet 

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