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Carbon Capture & Storage – Course

The UK government’s ambitious net-zero target by 2050 demands innovative solutions to significantly reduce carbon emissions. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is emerging as a game-changer, and projects like the Acorn CCS project in Scotland, the HyNet North West in England, the East Coast Cluster spanning Teesside and Humber, and the Padeswood CCS project at Hanson Cement Works in Wales are leading the way.

This comprehensive CCS course equips you to understand the technology’s potential to revolutionise how we manage carbon emissions.

Delve into the science behind CCS, explore real-world projects in the UK, and gain insights into the future of this critical technology in the fight against climate change.

 

Course Overview

Module 1: Introduction to Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS):

Grasp the science behind climate change and the role of CO2 emissions.

Explore the concept of CCS and its potential to mitigate climate impact.

Understand the potential market for CCS with the usage of captured carbon.

Module 2: Overview of Legislations:

Navigate the evolving legal landscape surrounding CCS projects.

Analyse international agreements and national regulations promoting CCS.

Identify potential incentives and funding opportunities for CCS implementation.

Module 3: Advantages and Disadvantages:

Weigh the benefits of CCS, including emission reduction and potential economic gains.

Evaluate the challenges of CCS, such as storage capacity and potential environmental risks.

Develop an informed perspective on the role of CCS in a sustainable future.

Module 4: Carbon Capture Process and Storage:

Delve into the technical aspects of capturing CO2 from various emission sources.

Explore different storage methods, including geological formations and enhanced oil recovery. Discuss potential monitoring and verification techniques for safe and secure storage.

Module 5: CCS Projects in the UK and Beyond:

Learn from real-world examples of CCS projects operating globally.

Analyse the successes and challenges of existing CCS initiatives in the UK.

Gain foresight into the future of CCS technology and its potential impact.

 

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

Explain the principles of CCS and its role in mitigating climate change.

Evaluate the legal and regulatory framework surrounding CCS projects.

Analyse the advantages and disadvantages of CCS technology.

Describe the different methods of capturing and storing CO2.

Discuss the current state of CCS projects and their future prospects.

 

NOTE: This is a course delivered remotely. Once you have booked your place and made payment, a member of the Hydrogen Safe team will contact you arrange a date for your course.

Venue

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Qualification Type
Certification
Course Duration
Full day course

Venue

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Qualification Type
Certification
Course Duration
Full day course

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