SPE Online Education
Dehydration of Carbon Dioxide for CCUS
Includes a Live Web Event on 09/29/2022 at 8:30 AM (EDT)
CCS is seen by many bodies such as the IEA and the IPCC as a one of the key enablers to decarbonising the economy. Transportation of CO2 is a key focal area in any CCS project but while dehydration of natural gas for transportation is well understood and regulated, the same cannot yet be said for CO2. Dehydration specifications need to consider important project parameters such as ambient temperatures, CO2 pressures, contaminants, and materials of construction. Based on the selected specification, the most suitable method for implementing the dehydration should be selected, along with the optimum location of the dehydration equipment in the multi-stage pressure-boosting plant. These challenges and a methodology for overcoming them will be explored in this presentation.
This webinar is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction technical discipline.
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Ross Weiter has over 30 years of experience in all areas of the upstream oil and gas industry. This includes time spent in concept engineering, front-end engineering design, detail design, operation support and several years of site work. His experience includes many CCS studies for various clients such as Santos, Wesfarmers, Arctic LNG2, Woodside, ConocoPhillips, Chevron, Korea National Oil Company, BG and others. Ross spent most of his career working in Perth, Western Australia with three years in Muscat working for Petroleum Development Oman (PDO). Today he is a Principal Consultant at Advisian, where he is also the CCS Lead for the Asia-Pacific Region.
Nikhil Joshi (Moderator)
Nikhil Joshi is the Director of Innovation and Technology at Talos Energy. In his current role, Nikhil is focused on energy transition and use of current O&G skillsets to be applied towards carbon capture and sequestration, hydrogen, geothermal and wind power generation, among others. He has written over 50 technical papers and presented at several events and enjoys bringing non-conventional technical and commercial solutions to non-trivial challenges.
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