Over the past two years, webinars have become a cornerstone of NCCS’ dissemination and communication strategy. Even though we are now returning to in-person meetings following the COVID-19 pandemic, digital events like webinars remain relevant, as they enable us to share our results and developments with the wider CCS community around the world.

The 2022 webinar programme promises a range of exciting topics from across the CCS value chain. No matter your interest or specialisation, this is a chance to either dive deeper into your own subject – or learn something new about someone else’s.

“NCCS has run webinars for a number of years with great success,” said NCCS Centre Manager Nicola Marsh. “We’re always proud of the quality of the presentations, and we’re looking forward to this next series of talks from our partners and scientists.”

Our webinar series have been extremely successful, and we’re confident that this year will be no different.

You can find the programme for this year’s webinars below. Please note that the webinars will not be recorded this year.

27 September

29 September

  • Effects of plastic deformation on poroelastic pore pressure coefficients
    Marcin Duda, SINTEF

4 October

  • Laboratory testing of caprock fracture healing potential
    Pierre Cerasi (currently), SINTEF
  • SINTEF Pore Imaging Laboratory – Possibilities and opportunities offered by the unique ECCSEL X-ray RI facility for insight into porous media and mechanics of rocks
    Amir Ghaderi, SINTEF

6 October

  • Experiments and modelling of choked flow of CO2 in orifices and nozzles
    Svend Tollak Munkejord, SINTEF
  • Integrated characterization of the faulted caprock shales of the Longyearbyen CO2 Lab
    Peter Betlem, UNIS

11 October

13 October

  • The ECCSEL Svelvik CO2 Field Lab – Hands-on experience with CO2 migration and monitoring.
    Alv-Arne Grimstad, SINTEF

18 October

  • Single-step hydrogen production from NH3, CH4, and biogas in stacked proton ceramic reactors
    Daniel Clark, CoorsTek
  • Construction and utilisation of a geological and geomechanical model of the Southern North Sea focusing on the Bunter Sandstone
    Gareth Williams and Jim White, BGS

20 October

  • The effect of hydrogen enrichment on the combustion dynamics of premixed flames in gas turbines
    Eirik Æsøy, NTNU
  • Enabling technologies for CO2 capture integration
    Avinash Subramanian, SINTEF

01 November

  • Undrained pore pressure response of the Draupne shale
    Magnus Soldal, UiO/NGI
  • Evaluation of potassium iodide as degradation inhibitor
    Solrun Johanne Vevelstad, SINTEF

03 November

  • New viscosity and density measurements of CO2 and CO2-rich mixtures for reduction of CCS costs and risk
    Bahareh Khosravi, NTNU
  • Dynamic modelling and simulations of low-pressure liquid CO2 terminal operations
    Stian Trædal, SINTEF
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