A one-day Workshop: An Introduction to Geological Sequestration of CO2 and Carbon Capture Utilization Storage (CCS/CCUS)


Date : 24 October 2022
Instructure : Dwandari Ralanarko


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Date : 24 October 2022
Instructure : Dwandari Ralanarko

  • Why And What Are The Goals?

Since the industrial revolution, the global average temperature has increased by more than 1oC. Based on NRDC data records, since 2015, the earth has been getting warmer. Therefore, all researchers are assisted by several countries to limit this global temperature and remain below 2°C or its average value of 1.5°C with various preventive studies. There are several conventions to discuss, for instance, UNFCCC, Kyoto Protocol, Paris Agreement, COP 26, and G20 will be carried out soon. The summary of these agreements is about any action the government would take to reduce greenhouse gases with full support from UNFCCC, including financial. One of the movements for supporting the move is a circular carbon economy as financial.

A circular carbon economy is an integrated and inclusive approach to a resilient, sustainable, and climate-friendly system to support sustainable development. Circular carbon economy has principles to reduce the carbon that must be managed in the place, reuse carbon as an input to create feedstocks and fuels, recycle carbon through the natural carbon cycle, and the last is to remove excess carbon and store it (CCE Guide, 2020). One of the technologies provided is CCS/CCUS. It is carbon capture and injection technology below the surface and ensures permanent CO2 in storage. This condition will certainly be a new challenge in the world of geoscience. To deal with this condition, geoscience has an important role in the implementation of carbon sequestration CCS/CCUS, especially in the technical process. 

  • Instructor

Dwandari (Andar) Ralanarko

Andar has experience working in almost the entire energy industry. He was deal with Subsurface Development & Planning by managing Subsurface Uncertainties and also Risk Assessment & Evaluation for the oil & gas industry, especially in preparing and conducting further development and new development for several oil & gas fields, and currently coordinating Carbon Capture (Utilization) Storage (CCS/CCUS) preliminary assessment projects while serving as Carbon CoE Workstream Lead – Task Force Energy Sustainability Climate B20 Indonesia.

  • Who Is The Training Course For?

Beginner (Public)

  • Workshop Impact

The existence of this energy transition will provide new awareness and opportunities for geoscience in the process of developing and accelerating the implementation of CCS/CCUS in the future.

  • Workshop Delivery

Short course materials include a global overview tackling greenhouse gas emissions, technical introduction, geological sequestration of CO2, Southeast Asia Interest in CCS/CCUS, economics perspective and storage classification, screening for potential CO2 storage, and project reviews in Worldwide and Southeast Asia. The material will be presented using the Indonesian language.



Hari/TanggalWaktu (WIB)MateriPIC
Senin, 24 Oktober 202208.00 – 08.30Global Overview (GHG Emission dan Accomplishing CCUS/CCUS)DWD
08.30 – 09.30Technical Introduction (Types, of Utilization, Type of Storage dan Benefits of CCS/CCUSDWD
09.30 – 10.00Geological Sequestration of CO2DWD
10.00 – 10.15Coffee BreakGMR
10.15 – 12.00Southeast Asia Interest in CCS/CCUSDWD
12.00 – 13.00Lunch BreakGMR
13.00 – 14.30Economics & Storage Classification (Project Economic Viability, Storage Determination dan Reserve Determination)DWD
14.30 – 15.30Screening for Potential CO2 StorageDWD
15.30 – 15.45Coffee BreakGMR
15.45 – 16.15Project ReviewDWD
16.15 – 16.30Wrap Up / Take Away NotesDWD


GMR     : Geotama Multi Resource

DWD     : Dwandari (Instruktur)