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Consortium description

by Karine Ballerat - 6 May 2016

All the versions of this article: English , français

A brief description of each partner is given below.

Institution / Company Name of the coordinator Current Position Role and Contribution to the project
Institut de Chimie de Clermont-Ferrand Ballerat-Busserolles Karine Research Engineer Coordination of the project for ANR; Experimental developments
University of Guelph Smith William Emeritus Professor Coordination of the project for NSERC; Reactive Monte Carlo Simulation developments
Gas Liquids Engineering, Canada Carroll John Dr Eng. Director, Geostorage Process Engineering Dpt

- Institute of Chemistry of Clermont-Ferrand

Nom Role et Contribution dans le projet
Ballerat-Busserolles Karine Coordination of the project for ANR; Experimental developments. Calorimetric and densimetric expert Leader of task 2.
Goujon Florent Molecular Simulation; development of force fields for amines; description of binary mixtures; reactive Monte Carlo. Leader of task 3
Coxam Jean-Yves Experimental developments; modelling developments; Leader of task 4
Pison Laure Experimental developments. Expert in Vapour-liquid equilibria determinations; Task 2.3 and 2.4 : LVE
Andanson Jean-Michel Experimental developments; expert in spectroscopic approach; Task 2.4 : spectroscopy

One PhD and one short time Researcher in France (ANR support) will be necessary to realize the project. Undergraduate students (licence and master level) will also be considered to run specific parts of the project.

- UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH

Professor Smith holds appointments in the Faculty of Science at the University Of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT, http://www.uoit.ca) and in the Departments of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Guelph (www.uoguelph.ca). He is highly recognized for his theoretical and computational research in both macroscopic thermodynamics and in its molecular-level counterpart of statistical mechanics. His laboratory is known for its development of several new computational algorithms in the latter field.

One PhD, two master students, two post-doc fellows and several undergraduate Research Assistants are requested in Canada (NSERC support).

- GAS LIQUIDS ENGINEERING

Gas Liquids Engineering is a Canadian engineering company that has been managing and carrying out gas injection projects for almost 15 years. Many of these involve the injection of acid gas, a mixture of carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide, which is a by-product of the processing of raw natural gas. This is called acid gas injection (AGI) and is a direct analogue of CCS. Furthermore, GLE has been a consultant on some of the largest carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery (EOR) schemes in the world. Again many of the elements of EOR are directly applicable to CCS. Finally, GLE has been involved in preliminary work on CCS projects as consultants, because of its expertise in acid gas injection and enhanced oil recovery.