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The European CCS research laboratory infrastructure (ECCSEL) and its contribution to future geological CO2 storage in Europe

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Author: Taylor, H. · Vellico, M. · Vincent, C. · Czernicowski, I. · Bateman, K. · Kler, R.C.F. de · Vittor, C. de · Dupraz, S. · Pearce, J. · Quale, S. · Rohling, V.
Type:article
Date:2018
Publisher: European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers, EAGE
Source:5th CO2 Geological Storage Workshop, 5th CO2 Geological Storage Workshop, 21 November 2018 through 23 November 2018
Identifier: 865917
ISBN: 9789462822702
Keywords: Carbon dioxide · Geology · Research laboratories · Current status · Geological storage · High quality · Research facilities · Research infrastructure · Research strategy · Three phasis · World class · Carbon capture

Abstract

The mission of ECCSEL ERIC is to establish a world class, distributed, pan-European CCS Research Laboratory Infrastructure to enable the removal of research barriers and facilitate wide scale deployment of CO2 capture, transport and geological storage in Europe. We present the rationale and development of ECCSEL ERIC, and consider ECCSEL in three phases: its current status, its medium term plans, and its longer term ambitions. ECCSEL will deliver its mission by a programme of integration (Phase 1), upgrade (Phase 2) and construction (Phase 3) of CCS research facilities. The first two phases are ongoing. ECCSEL already provides access to a high quality CO2 capture, transport and storage (CCS) research infrastructure. ECCSEL has also drafted its initial research strategy, which will underpin Phase 3. © 2018 European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers, EAGE. All rights reserved.