Following on from the success of the previous conferences in 2010 and 2011, Tiratsoo Technical and Clarion are pleased to have the opportunity to join with Newcastle University in offering the only event dedicated to the transport of anthropogenic CO2 by pipeline.
Professor Linton will be presenting on the activities of the Energy Pipelines CRC on CO2-carrying pipelines. This includes work on equations of state, decompression characteristics of CO2 mixtures, CO2 dispersion, corrosion and public safety, community consultation and organisational requirements for CO2 pipelines.
The subject of CO2 transportation by pipeline is of widespread and increasing importance, as many governments and communities world-wide come to terms with the issues of carbon capture and storage for the mitigation of climate change: the transportation aspect is often looked upon as the 'missing link' in a concept that is already being widely embraced.
This international forum will address the issues from these six technical perspectives:Article continues below…
- State of best practice
- Regulations and risk assessment
- Hydraulic modelling
- Operations and maintenance.
A call for papers has also been announced for the Forum. Presenting at an international event such as at this event is an extraordinary professional opportunity for those in the CO2 transportation industry. For more information on deadlines and content, visit www.clarion.org
The Third International Forum on Transportation of CO2 by Pipeline is organised by Clarion Technical Conferences and Tiratsoo Technical, with support from Newcastle University, the Professional Institute of Pipeline Engineers, the Journal of Pipeline Engineering and Pipelines International.