Carbon capture utilisation and storage - Oil and Gas

Virtual classroom

Available dates:
28-29 June 2022
19-20 July 2022


Application course


About the course

Managing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions resulting from the use of fossil fuels is a major concern for the development
of sustainable energy infrastructures in the future. Carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) has been widely
recognised as an important set of technologies for managing carbon. CCUS technologies involve the capture of CO2 from fuel combustion or industrial processes, the transport of this CO2 via ship or pipeline, and either its use as a resource to create valuable products or services, such as being used for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) at ageing oil wells, or its permanent storage deep underground in geological formations.

At a glance

Available dates

28-29 June 2022

19-20 July 2022


2 days (14 study hours)


Virtual classroom




£2,300 plus VAT

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Learning outcomes

  • Understand the role of CCUS in reducing CO2 emissions
  • Discuss key CO2 capture technologies, their potential and limitations, the reasons for their deployment, operating principles and applications
  • Understand the current theory and practice of CO2 pipeline transport and its related issues, such as risks and
    engineering challenges
  • Discuss lessons learned from real CCUS projects

Course structure

Day by day content

Day one

The need for carbon capture and utilisation

  • Introduction to CO2 emissions
  • Size of CCUS projects
  • Global CO2 and emissions carbon budget
  • Carbon capture and storage technologies
  • CCUS scenarios and sectorial applications
  • Main obstacles facing CCUS

Fundamentals of carbon capture utilisation and storage

  • Value Chain (sources, separation and capture, transport and storage)
  • Carbon capture technologies
  • Carbon utilisation

Transportation of CO2

  • Pipeline systems (design, construction, current projects)
  • Ships for transportation
  • Risk, safety and monitoring
  • Code and standards

 CO2 pipeline operations - part 1

  • Existing CO2 pipelines
  • CO2 pipeline route, length and right of way
  • Thermodynamic behaviour of CO2
  • Pipeline CO2 flow rates and velocities
  • CO2 pipeline operating pressures and temperatures
  • Pipeline wall thickness

Day two

CO2 pipeline operations - part 2

  • Transient operation of the system
  • CO2 stream composition
  • CO2 phases in pipeline transportation
  • Pipeline diameter and pressure drop
  • Re-qualification of existing pipelines for CO2 duty (including corrosion mechanism, mitigation and monitoring)

Variability on pipeline operations

  • Offshore vs onshore pipelines
  • Effect of flow rate variability
  • Effects of impurities
  • Effects of corrosion
  • Pipeline first fill, start up and shutdown procedures
  • Transient conditions
  • Health and safety and environmental issues associated with flexible pipeline operation
  • Methods for dealing with variability
  • Case study - Operating CO2 pipelines

Designing a CCUS network

  • Planning and concept selection
  • Safety
  • Technical risk
  • Execution risk
  • Case study

What past delegates have said

My knowledge of CO2 system has been greatly increased

Inalegwu Adoga, Shell

Great course


Carbon capture utilisation and storage - Oil and Gas

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