HGS E&E Meeting: Environmental Testing & Monitoring at Carbon Capture & Sequestration Sites
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HGS Environmental & Engineering Meeting
Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Craft Republic Houston - 11470 Westheimer Rd
5:30pm – 9:00pm
Social Hour / Dinner / Presentation
HGS Members $35, Non-Members $40, Students $15
To guarantee a seat, you must pre-register on the HGS website and pay with a credit card. You may walk up and pay at the door if extra seats are available. Please cancel by phone or email within 24 hours before the event for a refund. Online & pre-registration closes Wednesday, February 8, at 5:00 a.m.
Environmental Testing & Monitoring at Carbon Capture & Sequestration Sites
Global commitments toward net-zero emissions and new incentives for carbon sequestration in the form of federal tax credits (Section 45Q) or California Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) credits are driving the rapid development of geologic carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) projects. To obtain permits for these projects and receive these credits, proactive monitoring is required to address three criteria: conformance with the proposed injection plan, containment of the gas within the injection zone, and identification of environmental effects. Through detailed site characterization and environmental monitoring, including a robust baseline dataset, a reliable monitoring network, and an understanding of gas migration from deep strata, the operator of CCS projects can reliably detect and attribute anomalous carbon dioxide levels to natural variation versus a leak from the storage reservoir. This presentation will provide an overview of the environmental monitoring considerations and regulatory requirements for geologic CCS projects.
Speaker: Danny Kingham, PG
Danny Kingham is a Senior Hydrogeologist at GSI Environmental Inc. and a registered Professional Geoscientist with 17 years of professional experience. Ms. Kingham is actively involved in environmental issues related to carbon capture and sequestration, including application of federal and state guidelines on environmental monitoring and verification programs. She has managed large litigation projects regarding environmental impacts related to oil and gas operations, emerging contaminants, chemical and manufacturing facilities, landfills, pipelines, and air emissions throughout the US and abroad. Ms. Kingham is an expert in site investigations for residential and commercial/industrial properties, including chemical manufacturing plants and oil and gas facilities, under various state and federal regulatory programs.
Speaker: Christ Niamike, EIT
Christ Niamike is an Environmental Engineer at GSI Environmental Inc. with 4 years of professional experience. Mr. Niamike has assisted with the development of environmental monitoring and verification programs for USEPA UIC Class VI permit applications, more specifically the design of soil gas and groundwater monitoring programs. Mr. Niamike has extensive experience in environmental site investigation and remediation at chemical facilities in both Texas and California, all under applicable state and federal guidance.
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11470 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77077
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