Stay on top of the latest
CCS research and technology progress!

In this series of short 30 minute webinars hosted by the Norwegian CCS Research Centre, you will get to dive into the latest CCS science - from capture technologies and their integration with process industries, to CO2 transport in both pipelines and by ship, to injection and storage.

The webinars are free and open to anyone – not only NCCS partners.

Everyone who signs up will get access to recording of the webinar afterwards. So, if you are interested but unsure if you can attend, sign up and watch the recording later.

Find the topics that are most interesting to you and sign up today! You will find a short description of the webinar if you click on the title.

Please, notice that two webinars (for instance 1 and 2) are given in the same session, and that the two webinars have a combined registration. You can, of course, join and leave the session according to your own interests.

A full overview of the webinars are also given on the NCCS Event-page.

Webinar #, date, time, presenter(s), and title

October 1
1 - 13:00 – Amy Brunsvold, SINTEF Energy Research
The Norwegian CCS Research Centre: Overcoming barriers to CCS deployment through industry-driven Research and Innovation
2 - 13:30 – Jelena Todorovic, SINTEF Industry
Instability in salt precipitation due to dry CO2 injection


October 6
- 13:00 – Jon Gibbins, UKCCSRC
International Synergism with NCCS’ goals: Examples from the UK
4 - 13:30 – Olav Møyner, SINTEF Digital
How to use recent developments of the Matlab Reservoir Simulation Toolbox for fast prototyping of complex fluid models


October 8
- 13:00 – Francesco Finotti, SINTEF Energy Research
Safe CO2 transport – A 90 meters deep experimental facility in the university campus
6 - 13:30 – Ruben Mocholi Montanes, SINTEF Energy Research
Potential and challenges for CO2 capture integration in process industries


October 13
- 13:00 – Marie Bysveen, SINTEF Energy Research
Aligning European CCUS funding and R&I strategies
8 – 13:30 – Zhongxuan Liu, NTNU
Membrane-Assisted CO2 capture through liquefaction for clean H2 production


October 15
– 13:00 – Svend Tollak Munkejord, SINTEF Energy Research
Safe CO2 transport – The importance of experiments and models
10 - 13:30 – Gaute Gruben, SINTEF Industry
Safe CO2 transport – Design of an offshore CO2-transportation pipeline


October 20
- 13:00 – Andrea Gruber, SINTEF Energy Research
The path to zero-carbon, large-scale power generation: state-of-the-art, recent progress and remaining challenges in hydrogen-firing of gas turbines
12 – 13:30 – Sigurd W. Løvseth, SINTEF Energy Research
More accurate fluid properties enable reductions of CCS costs and risks


October 22
- 13:00 – Peder Eliasson and Michael Jordan, SINTEF Industry
Safe and cost-efficient CO2 storage: Emerging monitoring technologies
14 - 13:30 – Stian Trædal and David Berstad, SINTEF Energy Research
CO2 liquefaction for ship transport – How low pressure?

October 27
- 13:00-14:00 – Alvar Braathen, UiO, Kim Senger, UNIS, Elin Skurtveit, NGI/UiO
Reducing risks using geological models for CO2 storage


October 29
- 13:00 – Andre as Grimstvedt and Solrun J. Vevelstad, SINTEF Industry
Solvent degradation testing in post-combustion CO2 capture – The importance of fundamental knowledge and test strategies
17 - 13:30 – Vegard Skonseng Bjerketvedt, NTNU
Deployment of a transport infrastructure for CCS from Norwegian industry

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Amy Brunsvold, NCCS Centre Manager
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