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February 28 @ 5:00 am - 6:00 am UTC+0

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The world is currently grappling with urgent climate challenges, and the global energy landscape is rapidly evolving. To achieve the United Nations’ goal of providing reliable and sustainable energy for all, it is crucial to focus on energy conversion and the reduction of CO2 emissions. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology plays a pivotal role in curbing carbon emissions from the energy sector during the transition to renewable energy sources. Moreover, in the long term, CCS can help decarbonize industries such as refining, iron and steel, cement, and chemicals.

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), “CCS stands out as the most significant technology option for directly reducing emissions from industrial processes. It has the potential to mitigate 2 to 2.5 Gigatonnes of CO2 annually worldwide by 2050. Achieving this ambitious target necessitates a combination of advanced expertise in subsurface engineering and innovative approaches.”

Let’s continue our efforts toward a sustainable and cleaner energy future!

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Key takeaways from this webinar

  • Differentiate between carbon dioxide removal and carbon capture and storage approaches
  • Understand the role of CCS in CO2 emissions reductions
  • Develop awareness of the role of geoscience and reservoir engineering in CCS

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About the presenter

Dr. Harisinh Parmar, EIT Lab Coordinator

Harisinh is a chemical engineer with a strong background in CFD modeling involving multiphase flow. Currently, he is working as a lab coordinator and academic staff at EIT. Along with teaching bachelor’s and postgraduate students, Harisinh has recently been involved with Hydrogen Energy related teaching and modeling work. In his previous role at Curtin University, he modeled and designed a subsea settling tank using ANSYS Fluent and conducted pilot scale experiments to validate settling efficiency.


February 28
5:00 am - 6:00 am UTC+0
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