Event Date and Location: 
March 26, 2014, Seoul, Korea

Conclusions from Workshop:

Summary of Session 1 (pdf 68 KB)

Summary of Session 2 (pdf 82 KB)

Plenary Session

  Workshop Introduction and Background (pdf 60 KB)
  Richard Lynch, CSLF Secretariat

 

  Welcoming and Keynote Address (no slideshow presentation)
  Byung-Sook Kim, CTO, New Growth Engine Division, KEPCO, Korea

 

Session 1: Cost Reduction Strategies for CO2 Capture

Session Co-Chairs: Mark Ackiewicz, United States, Philip Sharman, United Kingdom


L-R: Mark Ackiewicz, Philip Sharman, Frank Morton, Chong Kul Ryu, Edward Steadman, Lars Ingolf Eide

  National Carbon Capture Center (pdf 2.11 MB)
  Frank Morton, Southern Company Services, United States

 

  Hadong and Boryeong Pilot Projects (pdf 2.48 MB)
  Chong Kul Ryu, KEPCO RI, Korea

 

  Energy and Environmental Research Center’s Economic Case for CCUS by Reducing Capture Costs (pdf 4.81)
  Edward Steadman, Energy and Environmental Research Center, United States

 

  CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad Project (pdf 3.15 MB)
  Lars Ingolf Eide, Research Council of Norway

 

Session 2: Examining Technology Pathways and Business Models for Scaling-up CCS

Session Co-Chairs: Chang-Keun Yi, Korea, Richard Aldous, Australia


L-R: Chang-Keun Yi, Richard Aldous, Michael Monea, Xiaochun Li, Annika Seiler

  SaskPower Integrated CCS Demonstration Project at Boundary Dam Unit 3 (pdf 2.28 MB)
  Michael Monea, Saskatchewan Power Corporation, Canada

 

  Chinese Pathways toward Demonstration and Deployment (pdf 2.56 MB)
  Xiaochun Li, Academy of Sciences, China

 

  ADB: Contributing to Enabling CCS Demonstration in Developing Asia (pdf 2.39 MB)
  Annika Seiler, Energy Division, Asian Development Bank