CCS-M S4: Workshop on Assessment of Oil and Gas Resource/Reserves Reports
Apr. 22, 2015
The S4 Workshop was successfully conducted in Bangkok with a total attendance of 44 participants from 8 CCOP member countries and Norway. The number includes the experts on resource classification and reporting from Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD), Gaffney Cline & Associates (GCA), PETRONAS (Malaysia) and SINOPEC (China) and from the CCOP Technical Secretariat. About half of the participants are from Thailand, representing the Department of Mineral Fuels, subsidiaries of PTT and Professional organizations. About 30% of the participants are femal
CCS-M S2: Seminar on Carbon Capture Storage and EOR
Mar. 18, 2014
CCS-M S2 is the second Seminar conducted by the CCOP Technical Secretariat (TS) in cooperation with the Global CCS Institute (GCCSI), Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PETRAD and Vietnamese Institutions – PetroVietnam (PVN), Vietnam Petroleum Institute (VPI) and Vietnam Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (VIGMR). The objectives are to enhance the knowledge of the member countries on methodologies in assessing geological storage of CO2, the storage capacity and CO2 for EOR technologies. The Seminar is also one of the technical activities conducted in Hanoi to coincide with the visit of the Crown Prince of Norway and his family to Vietnam in March 2014.
CCS-M C3W1: China Case Study - Seminar on CCS Policy Framework and Applied Technologies
Nov. 06, 2013
The CCOP Technical Secretariat in cooperation with the Global CCS Institute, PETRAD, CHINA’s Ministry of Land and Resources, China Geological Survey (CGS) and SINOPEC conducted the CCS-M C3S1 in Shanghai. The main objectives of the Seminar are to enhance the participants’ understanding on the elements for the development of a policy framework for CCS and the applied technologies in CO2 capture, use and storage (CCUS). 50 participants majority technical staff from the various SINOPEC Groups, CNPC, China United Coal Bed Methane Corporation and CGS attended the Seminar. The number also includes, participants from Indonesia (Geological Agency, LEMIGAS, ITB-Bandung and PERTAMINA) and Malaysia (PETRONAS).
CCS-M S1: Launching Seminar
Apr. 29, 2013
The Launching Seminar (S1) of the CCOP CO2 Storage Mapping Program (CCS-M) was held in Bali, Indonesia on 29 April 2013. This event was conducted by CCOP Technical Secretariat in cooperation with the Global CCS Institute (GCCSI), Norway's Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Royal Norwegian Embassy - Jakarta, PETRAD and Indonesia's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources. Dr. Adichat Surinkum (CCOP Technical Secretariat) and Dr. Yunus Kusumahbrata of Geological Agency Indonesia delivered the welcoming address while Ms. Marianne Damhaug, Minister Counsellor of the Royal Norwegian Embassy - Jakarta, gave the opening address. The keynote addresses were delivered by Ms. Tone Skogen of Norway's Ministry of Petroluem and Energy and Dr. Steve Whittaker of the GCCSI.