Overview

Creativity, competence, and complementarity

Two projects, two partnerships, the same goal

Partners involvement and role in
- the initial CO2-Dissolved project (P1) and
- the follow-up PILOTE CO2-Dissolved project (P2)

Partner

P1 / P2

Role

BRGM

France

P1 & P2

Coordinator

Initiator of the partnership

In charge of several technical tasks (reactive transport modeling, geochemical and geophysical monitoring, risk assessment, etc.)

BGR

Germany

P1

Importance of including a European partner outside France. Expertise: in-depth knowledge of the German geothermal and CCS market. Provided the data necessary for modeling a German test-case.

CFG Services

France

P1 & P2

Study of the technical-economic viability of the CO2-Dissolved concept. Expertise: in-depth knowledge of both the technology and the economics of low-medium enthalpy geothermal energy exploitation in France. Complementary to GEOGREEN's CCS expertise

ENERTIME

France

P2

 

GEOGREEN

France

P1 & P2

Industrial lead for P2 (PILOTE CO2-Dissolved)

Study of the technical-economic viability of the CO2-Dissolved concept. Expertise: final integration task of the project relying, in particular, on a Life Cycle Analysis of the whole CCS chain: CO2 capture, dissolution in brine, injection in the aquifer, and heat recovery. Complementary to CFG's geothermal expertise

GEO RESSOURCES

France

P1 & P2

Increase the understanding of the geochemical impact of continuous injection of CO2-rich brine in an aquifer. Design of a new experimental facility dedicated to this. Sound experience acquired during former or ongoing experimental CCS work.

IRENEE

(Uni of Lorraine)

France

P2

 

LEO

(Uni of Orléans)

France

P1 & P2

Economic assessment to determine the viability of the concept. Design and modeling of the new economics around the CO2-DISSOLVED concept

PARTNERING IN INNOVATION

USA

P1 & P2

This SME provides their novel patented aqueous-based in-well technology. This system is capable of capturing CO2 from flue gas emissions by means of dissolution in water, taking benefit of the in-well high pressure. This has a double benefit for the project, as both the capture and the CO2 dissolution obstacles have a solution

PASSAGES

(Uni of Pau & Pays de l'Adour)

France

P2

 

 

Dernière mise à jour le 21.12.2017