Advance your CCUS project, learn from field examples

Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is becoming a crucial emissions reduction technology across the energy industry.

With increased federal and provincial investment in CCUS technologies, more and more O&G companies are considering CCUS initiatives.

In this one-of-a-kind CCUS course, globally recognized CCUS expert Richard Baker, will share valuable insight and practical advice to help you advance your projects.

“Many companies and governments are evaluating the energy transition,” said Baker. “CCUS is a critical yet practical cornerstone in energy companies, power companies, etc. for disposal of CO2. This course discusses the economics, technical aspects and the uncertainty of CCUS based on field examples.”

Project managers, commercial development teams and executives need a full understanding of CCUS economics, technical workflows and risk management before getting started on any project. 

“This course is not a theoretical course, we draw field examples from existing projects and show how they are executed,” said Baker, who has worked in 53 countries and on hundreds of projects. “My practical experience in this area is large (37 years, with 34 years in the area specific to CO2). Most courses like this only show a few practical field examples. This course is based on case studies."

What you will learn

  • Skills to develop a business case for a CCUS initiative based on both technical and economic criteria
  • High level understanding of the key CCUS engineering and geoscience technical workflows
  • Ability to manage the risks for CCUS project including CO2 containment
  • Understand the scale of current CCUS projects and what needs to be done to reach targets
  • Build an economic/technical model of CCUS
  • Monitoring strategies/CO2 mechanisms that mitigate risk
  • Injectivity (via permeability, sine qua non) as a key driver for risk and project economics

Register here for the November 2 course.

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