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This spreadsheet model was produced as part of the CCS Capture Benchmark Refresh Study, and provides a techno-economic analysis of the performance of a state-of-the art CCGT with and without amine capture at 90% capture rate. The spreadsheet enables 'what if' calculations of costs for the following designs: CCGT with and without capture, at 100% and 40% load; CCGT with and without capture, with 38% and 18% exhaust gas recycle rates, at 100% and 40% load; CCGT with an independent capture plant, generating its own power and steam, at 100% load; CCGT with an independent capture plant, generating its own steam only, at 100% load CCGT with retrofitted capture plant, at 100% load. Outputs include capital costs, operating costs, cost of capture and levelised cost of electricity. The spreadsheet concentrates on power generation, capture and compression, but allows manual input of transport and storage costs to provide overall figures. These cases are covered in Benchmark Refresh reports D2.1 (refresh of CCGT benchmark and EGR) and D7.1 (Independent Capture Plant). It should be noted that the underlying capture plant designs were reviewed as part of the Independent Capture Plant work, so the results given by this spreadsheet for the earlier cases may not precisely match those presented in Report D2.1.
Spatial and other data about the management of Scotland's sea-bed, including for wind and marine energy and for carbon capture and storage. The data licence is unclear. We recommend contacting Crown Estate Scotland if you wish to re-use data made available by them.
Rights: Open Access if terms and conditions accepted (ETI Aquifer Brine)
The Aquifer Brine project assessed the modeled impact of removing brine from potential undersea carbon dioxide stores on store capacity and costs using selected real locations and synthetic models. It followed on from the UK Storage Appraisal Project which assessed the UK CO2 storage capacity for CCS in offshore geological formations.
The Aquifer Brine project assesses the potential for brine production through dedicated wells in target CO2 storage formationsto increase CO2 storage capacity and reduce the overall cost of storage - as well as any other potential benefits forCO2 store operators associated with brine production.
The North Sea Transistion Authoritys open data portal. Holding spatial data on offshore, UK oil and gas facilities, licences and production and on gas and carbon capture and storage licences. It was previously called the Oil and Gas Authority
Rights: Open Access if terms and conditions accepted (ETI CCS SAP)
Geological and reservoir engineering models for five potential CO2 storage sites around the UK. Five sites were selected from the UKs national CO2 storage database CO2Stored which was created by the UK Storage Appraisal Project (UKSAP). Outline storage development plans and budgets were prepared for each. The project was funded by DECC, commissioned by the ETI and carried out by Pale Blue Dot Energy, Axis Well Technology and Costain. The data are further described by read me files in each directory and by reports in the Reports directory.
Rights: Open Access if terms and conditions accepted (ETI UK SAP)
The ETI-funded UKSAP (UK Storage Appraisal Project) provides a fully auditable and defensible overall estimate of UK CO2 storage capacity for CCS in offshore geological formations. <p>The whole UKSAP results have been made available in the CO2 Stored database.</p><p>Most storage reservoirs were modeled as simplified representative structures. Detailed reservoir simulation models known as Exemplar Models were created for two sites, Bunter and Forties. Both were modeled with proprietary geological simulation software Eclipse and Petrel and these models are made available here.</p>
Data collected at the UKGEOS (UK Geoenergy Observatories) facilities including drilling data packs, ongoing monitoring data and experiment results. The data from UKGEOS will apply to geothermal energy, hydrogen, carbon capture and storage, and storage solutions for wind, solar and tidal energy can reduce our carbon emissions.