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ECCSEL RI updates - 18 Mar 2022

New facility from the British node

STORAGE

A new facility from the British node was included in ECCSEL ERIC in the December 2021 General Assembly. The GeoEnergy Test Bed (GTB) is ​a research facility initiated by the British Geological Survey (BGS) and the University of Nottingham comprising an instrumented borehole array​.

The site represents a £6M investment to support new and emergent geo-energy sectors critical for a sustainable energy future. The GTB offer a national facility and catalyse collaboration between researchers, technology developers and industrial operators. It will improve understanding of impacts and processes in the shallow subsurface​ and enable development and testing of innovative monitoring technologies​. Furthermore, the GTB will provide ground truthing for advanced simulation software.

The GTB provides research technologies within CO2 storage such as pressure/injection, migration, monitoring, leakage mitigation/remediation and leakage.

Read the full factsheet of the BGS GeoEnergy Test Bed here.

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News - 23 May 2022
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ECCSEL ERIC Whitepaper

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The ECCSEL Whitepaper has been launched, where attention is drawn to CCUS as a solution to decarbonisation of energy-intensive industry. It is argued that by participating in the European Research Infrastructure for CCUS technologies – ECCSEL ERIC – countries in Europe can support, de-risk, and reduce investments costs in the costly demonstration and prototyping phase of implementing CCUS technologies.
23 May 2022
News - 13 May 2022
CAPTURE, TRANSPORT, STORAGE, UTILISATION
CAPTURE, TRANSPORT, STORAGE, UTILISATION

Reporting of use of ECCSEL facilities in 2021

CAPTURE, TRANSPORT, STORAGE, UTILISATION
13 May 2022
News - 27 Apr 2022
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Welcome to the opening of Pore Imaging Laboratory (X-ray Micro CT)

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SINTEF are pleased to invite you to the opening on May 3, 2022 of the ECCSEL Research infrastructure, the Pore Imaging Laboratory.
27 Apr 2022
News - 20 Apr 2022
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CAPTURE

ECCSELERATE Webinar: Advanced membranes for CO2 capture

CAPTURE
ECCSEL ERIC and its Horizon 2020 ECCSELERATE project are holding a series of webinars covering various CCUS topics. The seventh one is about "Advanced membranes for CO2 capture" and takes place April 26th at 14-15 CET.
20 Apr 2022
News - 14 Apr 2022
CAPTURE, TRANSPORT, STORAGE, UTILISATION
CAPTURE, TRANSPORT, STORAGE, UTILISATION

ECCSEL European Workshop

CAPTURE, TRANSPORT, STORAGE, UTILISATION
Join us on 24th May in Brussels for the European workshop 'Industrial decarbonisation and beyond: CCUS perspectives in Europe and the role of ECCSEL ERIC European Research Infrastructure'
14 Apr 2022