The LNG Seminar was conducted in Beijing, China on 11-13 June 2014. This event was organized by the CCOP Technical Secretariat (TS) and PETRAD in cooperation with the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs thru the Royal Norwegian Embassy (RNE) – Beijing, China’s Ministry of Land and Resources (MLR) and SINOPEC PEPRIS. Dr. Adichat Surinkum of the CCOP TS and Mr Liang M SINOPEC, Mr. Z of Ministry of Land and delivered the welcoming addresses. Dr Oystein Berg of PETRAD, former Managing Director of PETRAD, delivered the opening address and officially opened the Seminar. The keynote addresses were delivered by Dr. Li of SINOPEC and Prof Terje Halmo of Terica AS, Norway providing an overview of the importance of Gas/LNG as fuel switching option to reduce the carbon footprint and these keynotes set the tone of LNG Seminar.
The objective of the Seminar is to enhance the knowledge of the participants on the various aspects of LNG, including: construction, the latest developments in LNG transportation, design options and trends for floating LNG and terminals, and regasification. A total of 70 participants attended the Seminar with about ~65 % involved in LNG operations.
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. The resource persons were from Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, PETRAD, Tel-Tek AS (Norway), DNV GL, CSIRO and ANLECRD (Australia), Belgium, and Japan. A total of 67 participants from CCOP Member Countries (China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam) participated in S2. The total includes 53 local participants and 3 from the CCOP Technical Secretariat.
The Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia (CCOP) organized the CCOP- GSJ/AIST-GA Groundwater Phase II Final Meeting on 18-20 March 2014 in Bandung, Indonesia, in collaboration with the Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ/AIST) and Geological Agency of Indonesia (GA). As a final meeting of the Phase II, this meeting aimed to update and finalize the working group of the progress of the project, as well as share the current developments of groundwater activities in CCOP member countries.
CCS-M T3 is the third training course conducted by the CCOP Technical Secretariat (TS) on 18 February 2014, in Bandung, Indonesia. This was organized in cooperation with the Global CCS Institute (GCCSI), Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PETRAD and Geological Agency Indonesia (GAI) under the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources. Given the vital role CCS will play in addressing climate change it is important to communicate the benefits of the CCS technology to the public. Public engagement and communication activities are keys to the success of individual CCS projects. CCS-M T3 aims to
The Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia (CCOP), in collaboration with Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ/AIST) and the Marine Geological Institute of Indonesia (MGI), has organized the CCOP–GSJ/AIST–MGI DelSEA-II Workshop on Coastal Geology and Hazards on 16 – 22 March 2014 in Bandung, Indonesia. This workshop was the final meeting of Phase II of the project “Integrated Geological Assessment for Deltas in Southeast and East Asia” (DelSEA project phase II), which is financially and technically supported by the Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ/AIST).
Following the kick-off meeting on 21 October 2013 in Sendai, Japan, the second meeting of the CCOP High Education Support Network Program was held on 3 March 2014 in Chiang Mai, Thailand, in conjunction with the 62nd CCOP Steering Committee meeting. There were 11 participants from CCOP member countries (Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam).
During the meeting, participants were briefed on the project concept by Prof. Dr Koji Wakita, and discussed on cooperation method and activities. Other member countries in CCOP Network are welcomed to participate and facilitate further connection for the network.
CCS-M Training Course 5 (T5): GIS Applications in Geological Storage Mapping|
Aug. 5 - 8, 2014 Daejeon, Korea
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Second Workshop/Training of Integrated Geophysical and Geochemical Data Processing (IGDP) Project|
Aug. 22 - 24, 2014 Kunming, China
KIGAM Regular Training Course on Coastal Geology and Geohazards|
Sep. 15 - 30, 2014 IS-Geo, Daejeon, Korea
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The 6th Jeju Water World Forum|
Oct. 6 - 9, 2014 Jeju Island, Korea
50th CCOP Annual Session & 63rd CCOP Steering Committee Meeting|
Oct. 19 - 26, 2014 Kokopo, Papua New Guinea