• The second workshop of training in Carbon Capture and Storage for industry-oriented projects

Time: 10-20 September 2019


  • Coventry University
  • Nottingham University
  • Herriot watt Univesity

Workshop Agenda


Tuesday 10 September 

A history matching approach to estimate caprock morphology parameters for CO2 storage in asline aquifers

Modeling the Wellbore Integrity in CO2 Storage Sites

Pore-scale origins for nonequilibrium flow in porous media

Onset of Convection in layered porous media

Developing new techniques to accelerate CO2 dissolution in Brine

Injection, migration, and leakage of CO2 in layered aquifer systems

Monday 16 September

CO2 aquifer storage site evaluation and monitoring (CASSEM)

Fate of CO2 Rock Mechanics, Geochemistry and aquifer fluid flow (CASSEM Presentation)

CO2 storage site selection and characterization (Novelties on CCS project Prinos Site)

Overview of geological model construction using Petrel (ECO2 project Snohvit site)

Tuesday 17 September 


ETI brine production

Wednesday 18 September

Relevance of CCS in a Mature Hydrocarbon Basin

Planning the South African pilot CO2 storage

Secure containment of CO2 at two injection sites CO2MultiStore

Friday 19 September

Acorn CCS Project_ SANEDI

Single well chemical tracser tests (SWCTT) to identify residual saturations


  • First workshop on CCS under the Royal Academy of Engineering South Africa-UK Industry Academia Partnership Programme:

Venue: Room 3.08.02, third floor, Chemical Science building, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town

Time: 4-6 February 2019

Three days presentations followed by two days panel discussion.

IAPP program 4-6 Feb 2019 Download

  • On 26th of November, Fluid and Complex Systems Research Centre of Coventry University hosted two visitors from South African Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage (SACCCS) as a part of Industry Academia-Partnership Programme.