Posts filed under: CO2

This is a disruptive innovation, worldwide, which makes it possible to monetize natural gas originating from pre-salt reservoirs, and to prevent more CO2 emissions from going into the atmosphere   The FAPESP Shell Research Centre for Gas Innovation (RCGI) was one of the winners of...
The FAPESP Shell Research Center for Gas Innovation (RGCI) was the winner of the 2019 ANP Technological Innovation Award, in category II – “Result associated with project (s) developed by a Brazilian Company, with or without the participation of an...
Workshop gathers climate specialists, engineers, oil and gas regulation experts, civil society, and government representatives to discuss carbon capture and storage in Brazil Several means of dealing with the Earth’s increasing temperature levels are under study and being tested, including...
Lecture: Recent CCUS Experiences and Lessons for Brazil Date: November 25th Schedule: 10h am – 12h Venue: RCGI – Av. Professor Mello Moraes, 2231 Speaker: DR. PAULO NEGRAIS CARNEIRO SEABRA Graduated in Chemical Engineering from the Federal University of Rio...
The FAPESP Shell Research Centre for Gas Innovation (RCGI) and the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (Poli/USP) are announcing post-doctoral scholarships in the area of Chemical Engineering. The scholarship of R$ 6,819.30 per month for 18 months...
Research on the storage of CO2 and CH4 in ultra-deep sea salt caverns is competing in the area of “Petroleum and Gas Exploration and Production”. Award ceremony to be held at the end of November The FAPESP Shell Research Centre...
According to him, over the next five years an enormous effort must be made to show that it is possible to do large-scale carbon capture and storage, and it is up to governments to pave the way Princeton University Professor...
Published works have articles by 33 authors: researchers and professionals who are active in the market On Wednesday, October 23, one of the teams of the FAPESP Shell Research Centre for Gas Innovation (RCGI) will release two books at Livraria...
Meeting during an RCGI event, climate change experts talked about the main bottlenecks for implementing CCS; technology is no longer a problem The use of carbon capture and storage technologies (CCS) has become crucial to the feasibility of mitigating greenhouse...
Check out the interview of Professor Gustavo Assi and researcher Nathália Weber at USP Ribeirão Petro Radio in which they explain some of RCGI’s projects related to carbon capture (CO2) and its forms of storage. The interview aired on October...