Detection and Quantification of CO 2 Seepage in Seawater Using the Stoichiometric Cseep Method: Results from a Recent Subsea CO 2 Release Experiment in the North Sea

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Abdirahman Omar

NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS - Climate Departement, Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Bergen, Norway.

Maribel I. García-Ibáñeza

NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS - Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Bergen, Norway; University of East Anglia (UEA), School of Environmental Sciences, Now at Centre for Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences

Anna Oleynik

University of Bergen - Department of Mathematics

Emil Jeansson

NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS

Mario Esposito

GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel

Allison Schaap

University of Southampton - National Oceanography Centre Southampton

Socratis Loucaides

National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK

Helmuth Thomas

Helmholtz Center Geesthacht - Institute of Coastal Research

Guttorm Alendal

University of Bergen - Department of Mathematics

Date Written: April 7, 2021

Abstract

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is a potential significant mitigation strategy to combat climate change and ocean acidification in climate change scenarios e.g.,. Three out of four 1.5°C- consistent emission pathways published by the IPCC include CCS as well as bioenergy CCS (BECCS) as mitigation options. However, the scale of current CCS implementation is insufficient to affect the global climate, and thousands of large-scale CCS facilities need to be deployed by 2040 to meet mitigation targets. Moreover, the technology is in early stage of research, development, and demonstration e.g., and involves uncertainties and risks e.g.,. Currently, there are encouraging signals that CCS development and deployment are gaining momentum, and demonstration projects and experimental work are providing needed data for more thorough risk assessment.

Suggested Citation

Omar, Abdirahman M. and García-Ibáñeza, Maribel I. and Oleynik, Anna and Jeansson, Emil and Esposito, Mario and Schaap, Allison and Loucaides, Socratis and Thomas, Helmuth and Alendal, Guttorm, Detection and Quantification of CO 2 Seepage in Seawater Using the Stoichiometric Cseep Method: Results from a Recent Subsea CO 2 Release Experiment in the North Sea (April 7, 2021). Proceedings of the 15th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference 15-18 March 2021, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3821713 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3821713

Abdirahman M. Omar (Contact Author)

NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS - Climate Departement, Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Bergen, Norway. ( email )

Jahnebakken 5
N5007
Norway

Maribel I. García-Ibáñeza

NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS - Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Bergen, Norway

Jahnebakken 5
N5007
Norway

University of East Anglia (UEA), School of Environmental Sciences, Now at Centre for Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences

Norwich
United Kingdom

Anna Oleynik

University of Bergen - Department of Mathematics ( email )

P. O. Box 7803
Realfagbygget, Allégt. 41
Bergen, N-5020
Norway

HOME PAGE: http://https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Anna_Oleynik

Emil Jeansson

NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS

P.O.B. 22 Nygårdstangen
Bergen, NO-5838
Norway

Mario Esposito

GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel

Wischhofstrasse 1-3
Kiel, 24148
Germany

Allison Schaap

University of Southampton - National Oceanography Centre Southampton

Southampton, SO14 3ZH
United Kingdom

Socratis Loucaides

National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK

Southampton, SO14 3ZH
United Kingdom

Helmuth Thomas

Helmholtz Center Geesthacht - Institute of Coastal Research

Geesthacht
Germany

Guttorm Alendal

University of Bergen - Department of Mathematics

P. O. Box 7803
Bergen, N-5020
Germany

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