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|Title: ||Strategic planning of regions and territories in europe for low carbon energy and industry through CCUS: The Strategy CCUS Project|
|Authors: ||Veloso, F.|
I. Czernichowski-Lauriol, I.
|Editors: ||Killick, Suzanne|
|Keywords: ||STRATEGY CCUS|
south and eastern europe
|Issue Date: ||Mar-2021|
|Publisher: ||IEA GHG|
|Citation: ||Veloso, F., Czernichowski-Lauriol, I., Mojon-Lumier, F., Carneiro, J., Gravaud, I., Dütschke, E., . . . Banacloche, S. (2021). Strategic planning of regions and territories in europe for low carbon energy and industry through CCUS: The Strategy CCUS Project. Paper presented at the 15th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, GHGT-15, Abu Dahbi.|
|Abstract: ||STRATEGY CCUS is a three-year project (2019-2022) funded by the H2020 research and innovation framework
of the European Commission. It comprises 17 partners and is coordinated by BRGM (France). STRATEGY CCUS aims to provide realistic strategic plans from 2025 to 2050 for deploying carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in Southern and Eastern Europe, from a local to a European scale. Eight promising regions, within seven countries are being studied. Plans and roadmaps for these regions will be developed based on economic and environmental drivers, technical potential and social acceptance. The deployment of operational CCUS clusters starts by an appraisal at local and regional level. Available data for
each promising region was mapped to indicate the technical potential of CCUS development in each region. Relevant groups of stakeholders were identified and invited to form Regional Stakeholder Committees within each promising region. These committees are working with project partners to consider regional factors and concerns as well as to elaborate scenarios of CCUS deployment in their respective regions to ensure early local participation. In the 3 most promising regions for the deployment of CCUS, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Multiregional Input Output (MRIO) analysis and Techno-Economic Assessment (TEA) designs will provide decision-support for the sustainable development of CCUS. Sound insights and a comprehensive diagnosis of the potential local business models associated with the different CCUS options will be provided for each region, as well as estimates for the sensitivity of the business model on storage capacity and injectivity data.|
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