OTS CCUS Reactor™
Real-life simulations safeguard life properties and the environment.
Government states, that the only way to achieve our CO2 reduction goal, is to store CO2 underground. To serve this purpose, Ocean Team Scandinavia invented the CCUS-Reactor™.
A collaborative on-going project clarifies whether reservoir and existing infrastructure at the Nini field in the Danish North Sea can be used for environmentally and health-safe storage of CO2. The consortium objective is to be able to store 0.5 million tonnes of CO2 per year, while the full storage potential in the area could be up to 3.5 million tonnes of CO2 per year.
It is estimated that for example the Danish North Sea can store between 12 and 22 billion tons of CO2, which is the equivalent of 400 to 700 years of CO2 emissions in Denmark based on current emissions. There is a global market/industry need for the up-scaled commercial CO2 state-of-the-art test chamber, the CCUS Reactor™, for predicting simulations of well conditions. The technology screens numerous sites and metals so that the most optimal and competitive sites can be chosen.
Uniqueness of Technology
The CCUS-Reactor™ test materials (cement, rock, seals, metals, chemicals, etc.) while exposed to flowing CO2 adjusting parameters.
The CCUS-Reactor™ technology supports new legislation of CO2 storage in responsible ways. Testing in a live-like environment brings answers to reliable capturing, transporting, and storing of CO2 in conjunction with materials and components involved.
Relative Business Impact
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