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    Carbon Capture and Storage Safety – CCSS For Supervisors

    Course Summary
    • Today, several industrial companies are working to find a new way to safely store carbon underground as part of the strategy to reduce the global warming effect The technologies they’re developing could shape the future of large-scale carbon storage projects around the world.
    • Technical Teams are busy finding safe and secure geologic locations to store CO2 in different parts of the world i.e., North America, Europe, Asia, etc. The countries are developing a safe process to inject CO2 thousands of feet under the earth’s surface into carefully selected geological formations where it can be permanently stored.
    • Once CO2 is underground and held in place by a thick seal rock, it can gradually transform into solid minerals.
    • SLB and other companies believe a large-scale development of CCS could store up to 50 million metric tons per year of CO2 by 2030 and double that amount by 2040.
    • Considering the actual number of CCS projects and the projects in the pipeline it is crucial that professionals involved with this type of Project know the main HSE considerations to ensure a safe, continuous, and profitable operation.    
    • This course will familiarize the participants with the main concepts related to HSE considerations for Carbon Capture and Storage Project (CCS). 
    • This course will help the participants to better understand how CO2 storage safety.
    • To be familiar with the Green House Gasses and the impact of CO2
    • To know what’s the main sources of CO2 Emissions
    • To get familiar with CO2 Physical and Chemical Characteristics
    • The course will introduce you to the new Technologies to Capture CO2 
    • To be familiar with CO2 Handling and Pumping liquid and gases
    • How to conduct a safe operating procedure for CO2 Projects
    •   Introduce you to the CCS Projects Hazards and Risks
    • To be familiar with the Safety Measures to Prevent CO2 Incidents
    • Understand CO2 Capture, Transportation, and Sequestration (injection)

    • Pretest
    • Introduction
    • What is Carbon dioxide (CO2)?
    • What is Carbon Capture and Storage?
    • Carbon capture and Storage video
    • Carbon Dioxide - Definition, Properties, Uses, and Effects
    • Group Exercise
    • Green House Gasses (GHG) Emissions
    • Carbon dioxide (CO2)
      • Methane (CH4)
      • Nitrous oxide (N2O) 
      • Fluorinated gases
    • Technologies to Capture CO2
      • Pre combustion
      • Post Combustion
      • Oxyfuel Combustion
    • Carbon Dioxide Safety
    • CO2 Handling and Pumping of liquid
    • CO2 Handling and Pumping gaseous
    • Introduction to CCS Projects
    • Group Exercise
    • Review of day 1

    • Review of day 1
    • Safe operating procedures for CO2 Projects
    • Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Safety
      • Warning, Caution, and Note Statements
      • Product Description
      • Potential Health Hazards
      • FIRST AID Frostbite
      • First Aid Procedures
      • Inhalation Exposure
    • Group Exercise
    • Top 5 Tips For CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) Safety
    • Carbon Dioxide Releases
    • Safe operating procedures for CO2 Projects
    • The major hazard potential of CCS
      • Abrupt leakage
      • Gradual leakage
    • Environmental risks of CCS
    • Risk mitigation strategies
    • Group Exercise
    • Flammability of hydrocarbon and CO2 combinations
    • Safety Measures to Prevent CO2 Incidents
    • Carbon Monoxide (CO2) Poisoning Prevention (OSHA)
    • Day 2 Review
    • Class Summary and final questions and Discussions
    • Posttest

    • All Oil & Gas Supervisors
    • HSE Supervisors
    • Safety practitioners
    • New Energy Supervisors
    • Individuals are responsible for managing CCS Safety

    • Green House Gasses (GHG) and the impact of CO2
    • Main sources of CO2 Emissions
    • Main Physical and Chemical Characteristics of CO2
    • Technologies to Capture CO2 (Pre combustion & Post Combustion, others)
    • Special Considerations for Handling and Pumping liquid CO2
    • Special Considerations for Handling and Pumping gaseous CO2
    • Introduction to CCS Projects
    • Safe operating procedures for CO2 Projects
    • Main Hazards and Risks associated with CCS Projects
    • Flammability of hydrocarbon and CO2 combinations
    • Safety Measures to Prevent CO2 Incidents
    • Main Regulations for CO2 Capture, Transportation, and Sequestration (injection)
    • Class Exercises and Discussion

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