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International Partners

  • International Organization/Partnership
  • International Projects/Consortiums
  • Comprehensive/Specific MoU
Base Region Secretariat Country Organization/Partnership Scope of Cooperation
International UK IEA-GHG R&D Delegation to the Executive Committee.
International United States CSLF (Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum) Delegation to the Technical Group from Japan and carrying out a project on CO2 Separation from Pressurized Gas Stream as one of CSLF approved projects.
International Australia GCCSI (Global CCS Institute)

Participation as a member organization.

International Canada, China ISO/TC265 Carbon dioxide capture, transportation and geological storage Standardization of design, construction, operation, environmental planning and management, risk management, quantification, monitoring and verification, and related activities in the field of carbon dioxide capture, transportation and geological storage.
Base Region Secretariat Country Project/Consortium Scope of Cooperation
North America Canada IEAGHG Weyburn-Midale CO2 Monitoring and Storage Project

Partnership under Umbrella Research Project Agreement on IEAGHG Weyburn-Midale CO2 Monitoring and Storage Project

North America Canada AQUISTORE Project

Sponsorship for collectiong information on the methods and techniques for the geological modeling and CO2 injectivity evaluation in the Aquistore project, and on the non-technical aspects of  CCS such as policies, regulations, standardization and risk management in Canada.

International United States GCEP Project - Stanford University

Development of advanced CO2/H2 separation materials incorporating active functional agents

North America United States EMF - Stanford University

Global model comparison

North America United States The Integrated Assessment Modeling Consortium (IAMC)

Scientific research organizations that pursues scientific understanding of issues associated with integrated assessment modeling and analysis.

Europe UK QICS Project

Research Cooperation to improve understanding of the potential impacts of a leak from offshore CO2 storage on the marine ecosystems.

Europe Germany CO2CARE (CO2 Site Closure Assessment Research)

Project to support the large-scale demonstration of the CO2 Capture and Storage technology by addressing the research requirements of a specific part of the chain: CO2 storage site abandonment and transfer of responsibility.

Europe Germany AMPERE - Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

Quantifying the costs of mitigating climate change by means of activities involving joint climate and economic modelling.

Europe Austria ALPSII - The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) Model development, parameterization, and analysis
Asia Japan East Asia Knowledge Platfrom for Low Carbon Growth

Knowledge platfrom

Base Region Secretariat Country Partner/Project Scope of Cooperation
North America United States LBNL (Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory), SECARB, The University of Texas at Austin

Collaboration on research and development of assessment technology of CO2 long-term behavior and correlation between CO2 injection and microseismic occurrence.

North America United States NETL (National Energy Technology Laboratory)

Collaboration in investigating the RITE solvents in a wet scrubbing scheme and, investigation the solvent on a solid substrate in a regenerable mode of operation.

Europe France BRGM (Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières)

Collaborations related to geological storage of greenhouse gases and water management (quantity and quality), and basic tools and techniques that are useful for geoscience and geological engineering.

Asia China CNPC (China National Petroleum Corporation)

Collaboration related to geological storage of greenhouse gases and water management(quantity and quality), and basic tools and techniques that are useful for geoscience and geological engineering.

Asia China JIEW (Institute of subsurface energy and waster disposal, Jilin University)

Collaboration on CCS-EOR and reservoir characterization technique

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