Presentation

March 14-15, 2017

Integrated CCS for Kansas (ICKan), by Martin Dubois and Tandis Bidgoli, given at the DOE-NETL CarbonSAFE Kickoff Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA


Welcome

Public domain photo from Flickr by Daisuke Tasjiro

The Kansas Geological Survey (KGS) and The University of Kansas together with a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Coordination Team propose to undertake Phase I: Integrated CCS Pre-Feasibility Study in response to DOE-NETL FOA 1584 titled, Carbon Storage Assurance Facility Enterprise. The goal of Phase I activity under CarbonSAFE is to identify and critically evaluate challenges and opportunities for commercial-scale Carbon Capture and Storage in Kansas, ICKan (Integrated CCS for Kansas). The PI and Project Director is Tandis S. Bidgoli of the KGS. Martin K. Dubois with Improved Hydrocarbon Recovery is a Joint-PI and Project Manager of ICKan. Bidgoli and Dubois will co-lead a CCS Coordinating Team that will conduct an integrated and multi-disciplinary assessment of CCS in Kansas during Phase I. The objectives include identifying, evaluating, and addressing the major technical and non-technical challenges of implementing commercial-scale, CO2 capture, transport, and secure geologic storage in Kansas.
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Project Scope

February 2017

Figure 1--A, CO2 sources, possible pipeline routes, injection sites (numbered (1-12) along with study areas and oil fields. B, Recorded earthquake activity (since 1977) and disposal well distribution in relation to possible injection sites.

Two maps showing possible pipeline route and earthquakes/disposal sites.


Field Trip

February 2017

On February 15, three team members of the Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage for Kansas Project (ICKan) were hosted by Westar Energy Company at their Jeffrey Energy Center facility in St. Marys and by CHS Inc.'s refinery in McPherson.
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Kickoff Meeting

February 14, 2017

Joint-Principal Investigators, Tandis Bidgoli and Martin Dubois welcome the full team to the ICKan Kickoff Meeting held at the Kansas Geological Survey on February 14th, 2017.
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About...

ICKan is a DOE-funded Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage project of the Kansas Geological Survey. More ...

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