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Enabling onshore CO2 storage in Europe: fostering international cooperation around pilot and test sites

Abstract : To meet the ambitious EC target of an 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, CO 2 Capture and Storage (CCS) needs to move rapidly towards full scale implementation with geological storage solutions both on and offshore. Onshore storage offers increased flexibility and reduced infrastructure and monitoring costs. Enabling onshore storage will support management of decarbonisation strategies at territory level while enhancing security of energy supply and local economic activities, and securing jobs across Europe. However, successful onshore storage also requires overcoming some unique technical and societal challenges. ENOS will provide crucial advances to help foster onshore CO 2 storage across Europe through: 1. Developing, testing and demonstrating in the field, under " real-life conditions " , key technologies specifically adapted to onshore storage. 2. Contributing to the creation of a favourable environment for onshore storage across Europe. The ENOS site portfolio will provide a great opportunity for demonstration of technologies for safe and environmentally sound storage at relevant scale. Best practices will be developed using experience gained from the field experiments with the participation of local stakeholders and the lay public. This will produce improved integrated research outcomes and increase stakeholder understanding and confidence in CO 2 storage. In this improved framework, ENOS will catalyse new onshore pilot and demonstration projects in new locations and geological settings across Europe, taking into account the site-specific and local socioeconomic context. By developing technologies from TRL4/5 to TRL6 across the storage lifecycle, feeding the resultant knowledge and experience into training and education and cooperating at the pan-European and global level, ENOS will have a decisive impact on innovation and build the confidence needed for enabling onshore CO 2 storage in Europe.
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Marie Gastine, Roman Berenblyum, Isabelle Czernichowski-Lauriol, Jose Carlos de Dios, Pascal Audigane, et al.. Enabling onshore CO2 storage in Europe: fostering international cooperation around pilot and test sites. 13th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, GHGT-13, IEA GHG, Nov 2016, Lausanne, Switzerland. ⟨hal-01377762⟩



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