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    THE PCOR PARTNERSHIP

The PCOR Partnership—funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) through its Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships Initiative, the North Dakota Industrial Commission (NDIC), and partner organizations—is accelerating the commercial deployment of CCUS. The Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) leads the PCOR Partnership, with support from the University of Wyoming and the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Program Objectives

The PCOR Partnership is addressing regional capture, transport, use, and storage challenges facing commercial CCUS deployment by focusing on:

Strengthening

the technical foundation for geologic CO2 storage and enhanced oil recovery.

Improving

application of monitoring technologies.

Promoting

integration between capture, transportation, use, and storage industries.

Providing

scientific support to regulators and policy makers.

ADVANCING

capture technologies.

Facilitating

regulatory frameworks.



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Through the Years

Activities

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Regional Characterization

The PCOR Partnership has identified and continues to refine the characterization of CO2 sources, geologic storage targets, and existing infrastructure within the region.

REGIONAL CHARACTERIZATION
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Permitting

The PCOR Partnership stays abreast of federal legislative actions occurring in the United States and Canada and follows the developments of various state, provincial, and regional initiatives to ensure partners are informed about any current or pending permitting issues.

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Site Characterization and Modeling

Using sophisticated analytical, computer modeling, and simulation techniques, the PCOR Partnership is determining the suitability of potential storage sites and the long-term fate of the injected CO2 in storage formations.

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Infrastructure Development

The PCOR Partnership provides technical and strategic support for the infrastructure planning needed to deploy CCUS on a wide-scale regional basis.

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Operational Monitoring and Modeling

Monitoring data can be used to 1) assure that CO2 injection operations do not adversely impact human health or the environment and 2) account for the storage of injected CO2 and verify that it stays in the subsurface.

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Public Outreach and Education

Raising awareness for CO2 storage opportunities and real-world demonstrations in the region is accomplished through maintaining a public website, conducting public presentations, producing documentaries, and disseminating outreach materials.

RESOURCES

Current PCOR Partnership Members

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Membership provides unique opportunities to develop working relationships with stakeholders representing a diverse cross section of CO2 producers, end users, environmental groups, and regulators.


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Annual Meeting

All PCOR Partnership members are encouraged to attend the annual meeting, which provides partner networking opportunities and the latest advancements in CO2 management on a regional level. Topics focus on recent program and partner accomplishments, CO2 storage strategies and technologies, regulatory and infrastructure developments, and the next steps to advance CCUS activities.

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