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【学术会议】2024 SEG 推进碳捕获、利用与封存:东亚视角研讨会

作者:李勇 发布者:张蕾 责任编辑: 发布时间:2024-04-22 浏览次数:42

会议背景

CCUS技术近年来发展迅速,为减少全球碳排放和实现气候目标提供了有效的解决方案。特别是东亚地区,在CCUS解决方案的开发和部署方面面临着独特的挑战和机遇。本次研讨会认识到因地制宜的重要性,在满足东亚国家的具体需求和背景下,营造一个推动CCUS创新和进步的合作环境。

会议目标

本次研讨会旨在为加快CCUS技术在东亚地区的发展、实施和实践提供一个独特的平台。研讨会将在CCUS的背景下促进学术界和行业专家之间的知识共享和合作,涉及到地震学、岩石物理学、地质力学、油藏工程和化学工程等各个领域。通过与利益相关者和当地监管机构的专家进行讨论,加强对适合该地区的CCUS技术的理解和应用。与会者将了解最新的技术发展,与关键利益相关者建立联系,并应用他/她们的专业知识来解决与东亚CCUS相关的紧迫问题。

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组织委员会

沈   奕, 中国石油大学(华东)

Erkan Ay, Shell

Joel Le Calvez, SLB

Arthur Cheng, SEG

技术委员会

胡曼曼,香港大学

黄联捷Los Alamos National Laboratory

李云月(Elita),美国普渡大学

刘树阳,中国石油大学(华东)

孙文跃,中国石油大学(华东)

张丽雅,Shell

赵峦啸,同济大学

杨宏峰,香港中文大学

朱振宇,中海油研究总院

Praveen Linga,新加坡国立大学

Sudipta Sarkar, Chevron

Glenn Wilson, Halliburton

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会议日程

2024年11月10日  现场注册

2024年11月11日  开幕式和技术交流

2024年11月12日  技术交流

2024年11月13日  技术交流和闭幕式

会议形式

特邀报告

口头报告

张贴报告

会议地点

中国石油大学(华东)

地址: 山东省青岛市黄岛区长江西路66号

重要日期

征稿开始日期 :2024年4月20日

征稿截止日期:2024年6月20日

提前注册开始日期:2024年8月11日

常规注册开始日期:2024年10月12日

技术专题

1. CCUS的创新和技术

本次研讨会的一个方面集中于开发先进的方法和工具,以优化CCUS的效率和有效性,并根据东亚的要求加强其流程。它可以包括二氧化碳存储和利用地质建模、延时监测、现场和储层表征等。

2. CCUS的实际应用

本次研讨会为参与者提供了实验和实地经验以及在东亚实施CCUS战略的实际见解。通过互动环节和案例研究,与会者将更好地了解如何以可行和有效的方式在东亚应用CCUS方法。通过强调实际应用,研讨会旨在为利益相关者提供有效实施CCUS解决方案所需的基本工具。 

3. CCUS的跨学科合作

在东亚促进跨学科合作对于利用广泛的专业知识来解决与CCUS相关的挑战至关重要。通过促进涵盖各个学科、利益相关者和当地监管机构的专家之间的合作,研讨会旨在促进知识交流和加强跨学科的伙伴关系。通过跨学科合作,参与者可以结合自己的专业知识来推动创新和优化CCUS战略,以满足东亚地区的需求。  

4. 安全隐患及风险评估

研讨会的重点之一将是识别和解决与CCUS项目相关的安全危害。将讨论详细的风险评估和减轻风险战略,以确保在该地区安全实施CCUS倡议。

5. 监管框架和合规性

研讨会将对监管框架进行广泛的探索,以了解围绕CCUS项目的法律环境。将着重讨论合规管理体系要求、许可流程和监管标准,以确保CCUS倡议有效遵守法律准则和环境法规。

投稿说明

·稿件写作语言为英语,全文字体为Times New Roman,单列

·稿件篇幅为1页(最多2页),文本加1张图(可选)

·稿件内容应包含足够的细节,以便审稿专家判断所提交的稿件质量

·尺寸为8.5x11英寸,字体为罗马字体,包含文字和数字

·标题应该是一行或两行,在页面的顶部,粗体,字号12

·作者应以罗马斜体字体列出,尺寸为10号,位于标题下方

·所有的文字必须保持一英寸的空白页

·提交的稿件必须为adobeacrobatpdf格式

投稿方式

在线提交论文摘要,截止时间2024年6月20日

投稿网址:https://www.seg-china.org.cn/events/calendar-76.html




Advancing Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS): East Asia Perspective

11–13 November 2024  Qingdao, China

Workshop Overview

CCUS technologies have witnessed rapid growth in recent years, offering promising solutions for reducing carbon emissions and achieving climate goals. The East Asian region, in particular, presents unique challenges and opportunities in the development and deployment of CCUS solutions. This workshop recognizes the importance of tailored approaches that cater to the specific needs and contexts of East Asian countries, aiming to foster a collaborative environment that drives innovation and progress in CCUS.

Workshop Objectives

This workshop aims to provide a unique platform to accelerate the development, implementation, and practice of CCUS technologies for the East Asian region. This workshop will facilitate knowledge sharing and collaboration among academia and industry experts across various disciplines like seismology, rock physics, geomechanics, reservoir engineering, and chemical engineering in the context of CCUS. By engaging experts in discussions with stakeholders and local regulators, the goal is to enhance understanding and adoption of CCUS technologies tailored to the region. Participants will stay updated on the latest technical developments, network with key stakeholders, and apply their expertise to address pressing issues related to CCUS in East Asia.

Organizing Committee

  • Yi Shen, China University of Petroleum (East China)

  • Erkan Ay, Shell

  • Joel Le Calvez, SLB

  • Arthur Cheng, SEG

Technical Committee

  • Yunyue (Elita) Li, Purdue University

  • Wenyue Sun, China University of Petroleum (East China)

  • Manman Hu, The University of Hong Kong

  • Praveen Linga, National University of Singapore

  • Hongfeng Yang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • Luanxiao Zhao, Tongji University

  • Liya Zhang, Shell

  • Shuyang Liu, China University of Petroleum (East China)

  • Glenn Wilson, Halliburton

  • Zhenyu Zhu, CNOOC

  • Lianjie Huang, Los Alamos National Laboratory

  • Sudipta Sarkar, Chevron

Organizers

  • SEG

  • China University of Petroleum (East China)

  • National Key Laboratory of Deep Oil and Gas, China University of Petroleum (East China)

  • CNOOC Research Institute Ltd.

Contact

Pengli Fan
SEG China
Email: 
pfan@seg.org

Technical Topics

Innovations and Technologies for CCUS

  • One aspect of this workshop concentrates on developing advanced methods and tools to optimize efficiency and effectiveness in CCUS and enhancing its processes tailored to the requirements in East Asia. It can include CO2 storage and utilization geological modeling, time-lapse monitoring, site and reservoir characterization, etc.

Practical Application of CCUS

  • This workshop provides participants with experimental and field experiences along with practical insights for implementing CCUS strategies. Through interactive sessions and case studies, attendees will gain a better understanding of how to apply CCUS methodologies in a way that is feasible and impactful in East Asia. By emphasizing practical application, the workshop aims to provide stakeholders with the essential tools required to efficiently implement CCUS solutions.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration for CCUS

  • Encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration for CCUS in East Asia is critical for leveraging a broad spectrum of expertise to tackle the challenges associated with CCUS. By fostering collaboration among experts spanning various disciplines, stakeholders, and local regulators, this workshop aims to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and enhance cross-disciplinary partnerships. Through interdisciplinary collaboration, participants can combine their expertise to drive innovation and optimize CCUS strategies specifically tailored to meet the needs of the East Asian region.

Safety hazards and risk assessment

  • A significant focus of the workshop will be on identifying and addressing safety hazards associated with CCUS projects. Detailed risk assessments and mitigation strategies will be discussed to ensure the safe implementation of CCUS initiatives in the region.

Regulatory Frameworks and Compliance

  • An extensive exploration of regulatory frameworks will be conducted to understand the legal landscape surrounding CCUS projects. Discussion on compliance requirements, permitting processes, and regulatory standards will be emphasized to ensure that CCUS initiatives adhere to legal guidelines and environmental regulations effectively.

Abstract Format

Abstract: One page abstract (max 2) + 1 figure (optional), single column

Abstracts should include sufficient details for the committee to judge the quality of the submitted work. Abstracts should be a minimum of 1 page, text plus 1 figure (optional), with a maximum of 2 pages. Abstracts should be on 8.5×11 inch paper size, have text in Roman font, and include both text and figures. Title should be one or two-line, at the top of the page, in bold font, and size 12 point. Authors should be listed in Roman italic font, size 10 point, and located just below the title. All text must stay 1 inch clear of the margins of the page. Submissions should be in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.

Visa Information

To request an invitation letter to attend 2024 SEG Workshop on Fiber Optics Sensing for Energy Applications— as part of applying for your China Visa — please contact the SEG China office at pfan@seg.org. Please note that SEG does not guarantee that you will be granted a visa, nor does it commit SEG to pay any expenses you may incur. It is the sole responsibility of the attendee to obtain the necessary paperwork for entry to China.

The following pictures are the campus view of China University of Petroleum (East China), taken by student Hongtao Xu.



https://www.seg-china.org.cn/events/calendar-76.html

https://seg.org/calendar_events/advancing-carbon-capture-utilization-and-storage-ccus-east-asia-perspective/