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Carbon Dioxide and Other Research Areas

The Energy Pipelines CRC can take on additional research funded from different sources. One such area of research to date has been a program of work for the previous Commonwealth Government Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism (now the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science).

RP7.0 - Draft CO2 Appendix for AS2885 - Completed

RP7.2.1 - Equations of State to Model the Behaviour of CO2 Mixtures - Completed

RP7.2.2 - Decompression Characteristics of CO2 Mixtures - Completed

RP7.2.3 - CO2 Dispersion - Completed

RP7.2.4 - Water Content in CO2 Mixtures - Completed

RP7.3 - Cost-Benefit Modelling for CO2 Pipelines - Completed

RP7.4 - Public Safety, Community Consultation and Organisational Requirements for CO2 Pipelines - Completed

RP7.5 CO2 Dispersion Phase 2 - Completed

Carbon Capture & Storage Research and Development Demonstration Fund

The CCS RD&D project agreement with the Commonwealth was signed in late June 2016.

The joint project between the Energy Pipelines CRC and DNV GL includes;

  • The development of software tools related to fracture and dispersion modelling to address the key design issues faced by the proponents of a CCS project.
  • These offer significant benefits in terms of design confidence, lowering project risk and associated costs.

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CEO's Update March 2019

CEO's Update March 2019

29-03-19

With all CRC funded research projects due to be completed by the end of April, March has been one of our busiest ever milestone months.

Research Update March 2019

Research Update March 2019

29-03-19

A number of Final Energy Pipelines CRC research projects are on track and heading towards completion

22nd Joint Technical Meeting To Be Held in Brisbane

22nd Joint Technical Meeting To Be Held in Brisbane

29-03-19

The 22nd Joint Technical meeting on Pipeline Research will be held in Brisbane from the 28 April to 3 May 2019.

CEO's Update February 2019

CEO's Update February 2019

28-02-19

With key industry advisors and researchers back at work by February, project activity has increased.

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