Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) plays a critical role in the oil and gas industry as companies work towards reducing carbon dioxide emissions while meeting global energy demands.

CCUS technologies involve the capturing of CO2 from fuel combustion or industrial processes, transportation from capturing to injection sites, and injection into suitable underground geological formation. CCUS aims to support the environmental sustainability strategy.

This workshop will bring together leading global CCUS and CO2 EOR players, including oil and gas companies, government/regulatory authorities, R&D institutes, and service providers. Renowned keynote speakers will share their views on technology and project development.

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It has a positive impact on managing climate changes as part of clean energy initiatives by embracing technology throughout the whole business value chain, whether upstream, midstream, or downstream.

Within upstream, CO2 for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) is a proven recovery mechanism and has seen worldwide applications with more than 100 projects in the last few decades. Continued CO2 EOR deployment can help to maximise oil recovery and reduce carbon emissions.

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​"The workshop provides an excellent platform to share and discuss key emerging trends, opportunities, and technology advancements in global CCUS initiatives, with worldwide stakeholders and industry professionals from government authorities; regulators; academic institutions; oil and gas upstream and downstream sectors; leading engineering, consulting, and service providers."

Aaesha Al Keebali
Workshop Chairperson
Specialist, Reservoir Engineering
Enhanced Oil Recovery Deployment Department
ADNOC

 

 

"I am looking forward to hearing the views of CCUS and CO2 EOR players from all across the globe on CCUS technologies. This will build on the Province of Saskatchewan’s knowledge as a leader in the development and demonstration of CCUS and CO2 EOR technologies."

Rick Musleh
Government of Saskatchewan
Deputy Director, Investment
Economic Development, Ministry of Trade and Export Development

 


WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES


The key themes for the two-day workshop are:

CO2 capturing technology advancement and innovations

CO2 storage: reservoir selection and monitoring

CCUS and CO2 EOR: project planning, key drivers, and enablers

CO2 EOR, development in subsurface studies, wells and completion design

CO2 EOR, development in new materials selection, wells and facilities

CCUS and CO2 EOR: existing project experience and new frontiers.

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