April 2011 Vol. 238 No. 4


CO-2 Pipeline Design Study In England

Jee recently performed a conceptual design study for National Grid on the feasibility of a new pipeline transporting carbon dioxide (CO-2) from industrial emitters in the east of England to a proposed storage site in the southern North Sea. During the carbon capture and storage (CCS) pipeline conceptual design, Jee identified and evaluated the potential facility options at the proposed storage location and prepared appropriate survey specifications. Jee also carried out studies on wall thickness design, fishing interaction, pipeline protection, stability requirements, flow assurance, corrosion, umbilical cross section design, stakeholder planning, crossing design, and overall co

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