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Title: Definition of CCS Provinces with Multi-criteria and Least Cost Path Analysis
Authors: Carneiro, Julio
Mesquita, Paulo
Editors: Dixon, Tim
Gale, John
Twinning, Sian
Keywords: CCS provinces
transport and storage costs
Least cost path
storage and transport infrastructures
Issue Date: Nov-2014
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Júlio F. Carneiro, Paulo Mesquita, 2014 - Definition of CCS Provinces with Multi-criteria and Least Cost Path Analysis. Energy Procedia, Volume 63, 2014, Pages 2645-2654
Abstract: The concept of CCS Provinces is introduced, referring to the region where a CO2 injection site is cost-effective based simultaneously on the cumulative transport and storage costs. The methodology implements, in a GIS tool, a linear cost model for pipeline construction considering local conditions that affect the pipeline cost. Multi-criteria analysis with those local factors, allows building cost surface maps representing the cost of a standardized diameter pipeline in any cell of the GIS model. The storage costs are assigned to the potential injection location and the resulting map is combined through map algebra with the transport cost surface. The CCS Province is defined using least cost path analysis to find for each cell in the GIS the lowest accumulative transport and storage cost and allocating to a given province all the cells that lead to the same storage site. The methodology is illustrated for the Iberian Peninsula and Morocco.
Type: article
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