Carbon Capture, Use and Storage

Carbon capture, use and storage

Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) is considered one of the critical elements to reducing global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The amount of carbon dioxide captured and stored in subsurface reservoirs needs to grow more than tenfold, from around 40 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) in 2020 to over 1,000 Mtpa in the 2030s and beyond.

With experience in CCUS spanning over two decades, RISC has a deep knowledge of the elements required for successful CCUS projects. We cover the full lifecycle of CCUS projects, understanding subsurface geology and reservoirs as well as injectivity technologies and the behaviour of CO₂ during and after injection. Our expertise extends to CO₂ sources including emissions analysis, carbon capture and transportation. With our understanding of the advantages and potential pitfalls associated with the various technologies, we can also provide risk assessment services including mitigation strategies and measurement, monitoring and verification (MMV) technologies.

We have practical experience with the Society of Petroleum Engineers’ Storage Resource Management System (SRMS), based on the better known PRMS, and have undertaken storage audits and reviews for companies around the world. Additionally, we have expertise in economics and project cost analysis, enabling us to guide our clients through economic and commercial issues that are often shaped by regulatory and political dynamics.

Adam Craig

Adam has over 30 years of experience in the upstream energy sector. He has extensive experience in geological and geophysical interpretation across exploration, development and production. Adam has a strong track record of building and leading high functioning subsurface and multidisciplinary teams.

Bill Billingsley

Bill has over 30 years of international experience covering SE Asia and Northern Europe. He has a background in engineering including reservoir engineering, implementation, production operations, due diligence, reserves and technical process development. Bill is known for his ability to naturally communicate complex issues in demanding environments.

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