FAPESP-NERC Workshop on Sustainable Gas Future

The So Paulo Research Foundation, FAPESP, andthe Natural Environment Research Council, NERC, invite you to the

FAPESP-NERC Workshop onSustainable Gas Future

The workshop aims to present initiatives and perspectives ofthe sustainable gas future, from an energy system approach,in the UK and the State of Sao Paulo

February, 25th 2015

FAPESP - Rua Pio XI, 1500 - Alto da Lapa - So Paulo
Time: 9:30 to 17:00

Registration: www.fapesp.br/eventos/gasfuture


Registration and Welcome Coffee




Theme 1: Challenges for Oil and Gas Exploration, particularly in the Pre-salt Region
Brazil: lvaro Maia (Petrobras)PDF
UK: Dorrik Stow (Heriot-Watt University) PDF

Q&A (10 mins)


Theme 2: Energy System Deployment (opportunities/barriers) of Unconventional Hydrocarbons (eg Shale Gas/Oil)
Brazil: Ildo Sauer (IEE-Poli-USP) PDF
UK: Peter Styles (Keele University) PDF

Q&A (10 mins)


Theme 3: Transitions in Natural Gas Systems, including Transportation
Brazil: Celso Morooka (CPETRO Unicamp) PDF
UK: Peter Pearson (Cardiff University) PDF

Q&A (10 mins)


Lunch (restaurants around FAPESP)


Theme 4: Multi-Phase Fluid Flows in Reservoirs and Pipelines
Brazil: Marcelo de Lemos (ITA) PDF
UK: Jeff Gomes (University of Aberdeen) PDF

Q&A (10 mins)


Theme 5: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) including Bioenergy CCS (BECCS)
Brazil: Plnio M. Nastari (Datagro Consultoria) PDF
UK: Jon Gluyas (Durham University) PDF

Q&A (10 mins)


Theme 6: Environmental Change and Low Carbon Emission, including Policies and Research
Brazil: Claudio Oller (Poli-Eng. Qumica)PDF
UK: Paul Ekins (University College London) PDF

Q&A (10 mins)


Theme 7: Industry-Academy Interaction, Diffusion of Knowledge and Technology Transfer
Brazil: Julio R. Meneghini (Poli-USP) PDF
UK: Adam Hawkes (Sustainable Gas Institute at Imperial College London) PDF

Q&A (10 mins)


Close of the day

Event free of charge / Limited registration

Tel.: (11) 3838-4362

Parking suggestion:
Pio Park – Rua Pio XI, 1320
Tonimar – Rua Jorge Americano, 89

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