Japan CCS Forum Technical Seminar ‐ Comparison of the three modes throughout the CCS value chain –

Japan CCS Forum Technical Seminar ‐ Comparison of the three modes throughout the CCS value chain –

Global CCS Institute Japan Office will hold “Japan CCS Forum Technical Seminar‐Comparison of the three modes throughout the CCS value chain -“on March 4th (Mon) in hybrid format.  The details of the event in Japanese can be found here.

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<Event Overview>
Event :

 

“Japan CCS Forum Technical Seminar‐Comparison of the three modes throughout the CCS value chain -“
Date/time: 4th Mar 2024(Mon)16:00-18:00 JST(Seminar), 18:00-19:00 JST(Networking)

Registration at the event venue opens from 15:30

Hosted by: Global CCS Institute (GCCSI)
Supported by:

 

 

Japan Organization for Metals and Energy Security (JOGMEC)

Japan Coal Frontier Organization (JCOAL),
Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE) and

Japan CCS Co., Ltd. (JCCS)

Venue: Meeting room B, 11F, AP Toranomon
11F, NS Toranomon Building, 1-6-15, Nishi Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Seminar Type:  Hybrid (ZOOM Webinar and the event venue)
Capacity: Online registration and up to 70 in-people attendance
Language: Japanese and English (Simultaneous interpretation service provided)
Entry Fee:   Free
Registration: Link

 

<Purpose of the event>
The Global CCS Institute has held the Japan CCS Forum in previous years to disseminate a range of information related to CCS worldwide, and has now decided to focus on the various technologies and specific issues at each stage of the CCS value chain to provide a forum for individual information sharing and discussion. The Institute has decided to provide a separate information sharing and discussion forum.
According to the Institute’s flagship report, Global Status of CCS 2023, as of July 2023, approximately 115 networked CCS projects have been identified globally, with a further expansion trend. In Japan, four of the seven advanced CCS projects selected by JOGMEC in June 2023 involved ship transport, and CCS networks offer economies of scale by sharing common infrastructure, shortening licensing timelines and increasing efficiency at both the development and operational stages. As the CO2 network gains momentum, the CO2 transport value chain, including liquefied CO2 (LCO2) ship transport technology, is developing and maturing. 
Three modes with different temperatures and pressures ( (a)low pressure-LP /  (b) medium pressure -MP / (c)elevated pressure -EP) are currently being considered for CCS projects that require marine transportation of liquefied CO2. The requirements for projects in Europe, where relatively small amounts of CO2 are often transported over short distances, and those in Asia, where there is a strong tendency to transport large volumes of CO2 over long distances, are different, so the optimal solution will be different for each individual project. All three modes have its pros and cons and there is a scenario that all three modes coexist in the CCS market. In the upcoming detailed studies of each CCS projects, it is essential to deepen the examination with a holistic view throughout the value chain, rather than examining each process of liquefaction, temporary storage, transportation, and injection individually. We invite Chiyoda Corporation, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha(NYK-Line), Knutsen NYK Carbon Carriers AS, which conducted a qualitative and quantitative comparative study of the three mode, and Pace CCS, which provides consulting services for CCS projects around the world to present and share their views.

 

<Main Theme>
1. Introduction of three modes (LP: Low Pressure, MP: Middle Pressure, EP: Elevated Pressure)to transport liquified CO2
2. Comparison of the three modes throughout the CCS value chain

 

<Program>
Time
(JST)
Program Distribution
16:00 Opening Remarks
Yasuo Murakami
Senior Business Development and Engagement Lead
Global CCS Institute

 

16:05 Opening Speeches
Kimiho Sakurai
Vice President, Division Director,
Business Developmet Division
Chiyoda Corporation

 

Tsutomu Yokoyama
Executive Officer, General Manager of Green Business Group
Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line)

 

16:10 Presentation 1
”Introduction of Three Modes of handling LCO2
– A third option contributing to the realization of a CCS Value Chain –”
Anders Lepsøe CV 資料
CEO
Knutsen NYK Carbon Carriers AS

 

16:40 Presentation 2
”Comparison of LP, MP, and  EP across the CCS value chain” CV 資料
Atsushi Tamagawa
General Manager of Gas&LNG Process Engineering Department
Chiyoda Corporation

 

Takahiro Rokuroda CV 資料
Deputy General Manager, Green Business Group & Fuel Solution Group
Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line)

 

17:20 Presentation 3
“Design and Operation of CCS Networks with Shipping: A Full-Chain View” CV 資料
Matthew Healey
Managing Director
Pace CCS

 

17:40 Q&A
17:55 Closing
18:00 Networking
19:00 Closing

 

*Above mentioned is content topic and not presentation title
* Presentation content is subject change
* Presentation and video recording will be uploaded after the seminar.
Related Information

Chiyoda Corporation

Press release on January 31, 2024: “NYK, and KNCC Conduct Quantitative Comparison of CO2 Liquefaction, Temporary Storage, and Transportation – Combining Engineering and Shipping Expertise – “:Link

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK)

Press release on January 31, 2024: “Chiyoda, NYK, and KNCC Conduct Quantitative Comparison of CO2 Liquefaction, Temporary Storage, and Transportation”:   Link

Knutsen NYK Carbon Carriers AS

2Press release on January 31, 2024: ”Chiyoda, NYK, and KNCC Conduct Quantitative Comparison of CO2 Liquefaction, Temporary Storage, and Transportation — Combining Engineering and Shipping Expertise — ”:Link

 

 

<Contact>
Global CCS Institute Japan OfficeEmail:Japan.Events@globalccsinstitute.com

 

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