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Carbon Captur SPE TechNight

SPE Bergen Section is happy to invite you to our second TechNight of 2022 on Wednesday 23rd of March. This time the main topic will be Carbon Capture. Two separate Presentations provided by the Academia and the Industry

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Carbon Captur SPE TechNight

Time & Place

23. mar., 18:30

Bergenhus, Nøstegaten 32, 5010 Bergen, Norge

About the Event

From the University of Bergen, we will have the research Scientist Dr. Zachary Paul Alcorn, speaking to us about "Enabling Global CO2 Storage with Foam". Additionally, we will have Torleif Madsen, CEO of Compact Carbon Capture, a Norwegian firm bought by Baker Hughes, which will be presenting us about "Compact Carbon Capture, a process intensified CO2 capture technology"

As in previous events, this will be hosted at Nøsteboden with a two-course dinner following the presentations. Tech Nights are open for both professionals and students, and it is a great opportunity for networking and to get insight in the energy industry in Bergen. Remember to register early, the tickets are limited.

Tickets are available on: https://forms.gle/DigqdQ3vvSf8s4je6 Members: 100kr Non-Members: 200kr Students members: FREE We accept payment by card and Vipps, all tickets must be paid at the event.

Complementary information about the presentation:

Enabling Global CO2 Storage with Foam Carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) is a viable technology for substantial emission cuts for many energy intensive industries. However, a major problem during CO2 injection is reservoir heterogeneity and the low density and viscosity of CO2. These adverse conditions can limit energy production and CO2 storage efficiency. Foam is proven to mitigate reservoir heterogeneity and unfavorable CO2 properties to increase energy production and CO2 storage potentials

Compact Carbon Capture By introducing G-forces to CO2 capture, one can significantly reduce the size of the equipment without losing capacity or efficiency. This Baker Hughes technology has been developed in Norway over the last decade and are moving fast towards commercialization. The presentation will include how we do it and how this could unlock opportunities in the CO2 capture space.

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