Rafael Sanchez successfully defended his thesis “Modelling and simulation of reactive gas-solid flows in circulating fluidized bed reactors” on December 12, 2014. Rafael’s work has focused on mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of reactive
BIGCCS Board Meeting No 13 was held at Scandic Nidelven Hotel in Trondheim on November 27. Focus of the meeting this time was operational status, planning of 2015, and discussions on continued activities after
The “Trondheim Conference on CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage” will be staged for the 8th time on June 16 – 18, 2015, in Trondheim, Norway. The bi-annual event is since its start in 2003 established as a
Sissel Grude defended her PhD degree on October 22. Under the project title “Geophysical monitoring of CO2 injection in saline aquifers”, she has studied time-lapse seismic monitoring of pressure and saturation changes caused by
Text and photos by Grethe Tangen. The BIGCCS CO2 Storage Day 2014 was organised in Trondheim September 22, gathering 32 representatives from BIGCCS partners taking particular interest in CO2 storage. By bringing together industry,
Blogger: Øyvind Langørgen In order to limit climate changes we need to cut CO2 emissions. The burning of fossil fuels for electricity and heat production is still the largest source of global CO2 emissions.
By Partow Henriksen The BIGCCS Capture Day 2014 was held on November 4, at Gardermoen, Oslo Airport. Thirty-two participants joined the day, which among them were representatives from GDF Suez, Shell, Total, Statoil, Gassnova,
By Svend Tollak Munkejord On Monday 17 November, BIGCCS sub-programme 2 on CO2 Transport arranged a technical meeting to inform centre partners on the current status and progress. Representatives from industry and the Research
Blogger: Malin Torsæter Are you interested in saving our climate by enabling large-scale Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)? Then you are (believe it or not) also interested in advancing today’s well technology. Why? Because
Blogger: Sigmund Størset Ruhr Universität Bochum has over 40,000 students and 4,500 permanent employees. Here you can study everything from film, language and African culture, through history, engineering and astrophysics, to gases’ thermophysical properties.