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Advanced CO2 consequence modelling for safe CCS

Learn about safety assessments of complex CCS scenarios using consequence modelling.

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is gaining momentum as a key strategy for global carbon reduction, with over 500 projects in various stages of development.

With the expansion of CCS facilities, there is an increasing need for reliable and efficient consequence modelling to conduct comprehensive safety assessments in complex scenarios.

In this webinar on advanced CO2 consequence modelling, we will look at how our PhastTM and KFXTM software solutions are applied across these areas:

  • CO2 safety: An exploration of the physical properties and safety considerations for handling CO2
  • Source term definition: Understanding the key factors when defining the parameters required for release modelling
  • Dispersion modelling: Vital for assessing the impact of CO2 releases
  • Effects modelling: Discussing how our models can assist in predicting the concentration and impacts of CO2 releases
  • Model validation: Highlighting the rigorous approach to model validation through comparison with experimental data and real-world observations
  • DNV research and development (R&D) projects: Insights to our ongoing R&D activities to enhance CO2 safety

Date and times:

  • 29 May 2024, 9 AM CEST (Paris) / 3 PM SGT (Singapore)
  • 29 May 2024, 4 PM CEST (Paris) / 9 AM CDT (Houston)

Speakers:

  • Marion Torre, Product Deliver Manager for KFX and EXSIM, DNV
  • Jan Stene, Principal Mathematical Modeller, DNV

We hope to see you online on Wednesday 29 May. If you can’t join at one of the two specified times above, register now and we’ll send you the recording to watch at your convenience.

Register now!

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is gaining momentum as a key strategy for global carbon reduction, with over 500 projects in various stages of development.

With the expansion of CCS facilities, there is an increasing need for reliable and efficient consequence modelling to conduct comprehensive safety assessments in complex scenarios.

In this webinar on advanced CO2 consequence modelling, we will look at how our PhastTM and KFXTM software solutions are applied across these areas:

  • CO2 safety: An exploration of the physical properties and safety considerations for handling CO2
  • Source term definition: Understanding the key factors when defining the parameters required for release modelling
  • Dispersion modelling: Vital for assessing the impact of CO2 releases
  • Effects modelling: Discussing how our models can assist in predicting the concentration and impacts of CO2 releases
  • Model validation: Highlighting the rigorous approach to model validation through comparison with experimental data and real-world observations
  • DNV research and development (R&D) projects: Insights to our ongoing R&D activities to enhance CO2 safety

Date and times:

  • 29 May 2024, 9 AM CEST (Paris) / 3 PM SGT (Singapore)
  • 29 May 2024, 4 PM CEST (Paris) / 9 AM CDT (Houston)

Speakers:

  • Marion Torre, Product Deliver Manager for KFX and EXSIM, DNV
  • Jan Stene, Principal Mathematical Modeller, DNV

We hope to see you online on Wednesday 29 May. If you can’t join at one of the two specified times above, register now and we’ll send you the recording to watch at your convenience.

Register now!