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CO2 capture, transport and storage research facilities from the French node of ECCSEL available for access by the European scientific community

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ECCSEL, the European Research Infrastructure on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage, has been initiated in 2010 and is being transformed into a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC), a legal entity with statutory seat in Trondheim, Norway. The objective is to establish and operate world-class distributed research facilities and give the European CCS community (primarily), and non-European CCS communities access to these resources. France, a founding member of the ECCSEL ERIC, is offering access to several outstanding research facilities: one CO2 capture pilot (EDF’s CO2 Capture Pilot, Le Havre), one CO2 transport platform (INERIS’s CO2 Transport Platform, Mont La Ville), one underground laboratory (Andra’s Underground Research Laboratory, Bure), one site for shallow CO2 injection experiments (INERIS’ Shallow CO2 Injection Site, Catenoy), one bio-reactor at high temperatures and pressures (BRGM’s BIOREP reactor, Orléans), one mobile equipment for gas measurements on site (IFPEN’s Mobile ESCORT Station), one laboratory for advanced gas analyses (IFPEN’s GasGeochem Laboratory, Rueil-Malmaison). In addition, a semi-industrial CO2 transport loop is being designed (TOTAL’s COOTRANS CO2 Transport Loop, Lacq).
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Isabelle Czernichowski-Lauriol, Valérie Czop, Sébastien Dupraz, Régis Farret, Philippe Gombert, et al.. CO2 capture, transport and storage research facilities from the French node of ECCSEL available for access by the European scientific community. 9th "Trondheim Conference on CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage" (TCCS-9), NCCS – International CCS Research Centre under auspices of NTNU and SINTEF, Jun 2017, Trondheim, Norway. ⟨hal-01510955⟩
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