Simplifying CCS Technology

Below you will find some external links that will take you to animations and articles published by several different companies, media and government agencies.  Simply click the links and follow the instructions on each page.

 Alberta Energy, Carbon Capture & Storage Animation
Thanks to the world of animation, the what, where, when, why and how’s of CCS technology can now experienced.

Bellona, The Bellona Foundation is an international environmental NGO based in Norway.
Walk through this 5 minute introduction to CCS and understand how this technology can help combat global warming.

Canadian Geographic, Burying the problem
In Depth story produced by Canadian Geographic "In the search for the best solutions for reducing carbon dioxide emissions, carbon capture and storage (CCS) — capturing the greenhouse gas and injecting into the ground instead of the atmosphere — is one of the most promising".

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
This is an In Depth story on climate change, focusing on carbon storage, produced by the CBC, February 2008, "Finding the right lid to cap greenhouse gases".

CCS Education Initiative
Environmental experts discuss the role that carbon capture and sequestration can play in achieving needed reductions in carbon dioxide emissions in order to mitigate global climate change.

CRC for Greenhouse Gas Technologies
This animation produced by The Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies (CO2CRC) depicts what a Zero Emissions City of the Future could look like.

CSIRO, Post-combustion capture: capturing CO2 from power plants
A video demonstrating the post-combustion capture process that captures CO2 from power station flue gases.

CO2 Capture Project 
This video was originally released in 2004 to introduce the projects and results of the CO2 Capture Project.  It includes background information on climate change, an overview of CCP Projects at the time, and interviews with representatives of NGOs, government organisations and companies who are developing a new generation of carbon dioxide capture and storage technologies.

Dakota Gasification Great Plains Coal Gasification Project
This video discusses the piping of CO2 from the Dakota Great Plains Coal Gasification Project to the Weyburn Oil Field in Saskachewan.

e-cology Global Network, Friday Night at the Movies | Carbon Capture and Storage
In November, 2008, more than 150 thought leaders gathered in Calgary, Alberta to discuss carbon capture and storage. This episode of Friday Night at the Movies presents an interview with one of those leaders, Graham Saul, Executive Director of Climate Action Network.

European CO2 Technology Centre, Mongstad 
Carbon capture technology in focus at Mongstad's combined heat and power plant as well as the refinery cracker.

Environmental Defense Fund, Carbon Capture & Sequestration Public Workshop
Presentations filmed on March 5, 2009 in New York City at a workshop organized by NRDC and Environmental Defense Fund.

FutureGen
FutureGen is a public-private partnership to build a first-of-its-kind coal-fueled, near-zero emissions power plant in the United States.

Interactive Guide to Carbon Capture Technologies, Guardian, UK
A short walk through animation about CCS technologies.

NewGenCoal, Carbon Capture & Storage, Australia
An interactive animation of the steps involved in CCS.

New Zeland News, Carbon capture and storage seen as option to help fight climate change 
GNS scientist Brad Field spoke to Sunrise News about Carbon Capture & Storage

Plains CO2 Reduction (PCOR)Partnership Video Clip Library
PCOR has a variety of vidoes on their site, including "Global Energy and Carbon: Tracking our Footprint”, “Out of the Air – Into the Soil:  Land Practices that Reduce Atmospheric Carbon Levels”, “Managing Carbon Dioxide: The Geologic Solution”, “Nature in the Balance: CO2 Sequestration” & “Reducing Our Carbon Footprint: The Role of Markets”

Shell's Quest Carbon Capture and Storage project
Shell's proposed Carbon Capture and Storage Project, called Quest, will capture more than one million tonnes of CO2 per year from the Scotford Upgrader in Alberta, Canada and store it deep underground, beneath several layers of impermeable rock layers. The Quest Project will be the first CCS Project to be implemented at an oil sands upgrading operation.
 

The Pembina Institue on Carbon Capture & Storage 
The Pembina Institute views CCS as one of a number of potentially effective technologies for reducing GHG emissions on the scale required to combat catastrophic climate change.

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Dakota Gasification Great Plains Coal Gasification Project

This video discusses the piping of CO2 from the Dakota Great Plains Coal Gasification Project to the Weyburn Oil Field in Saskachewan.

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