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A new dynamic risk analysis framework for CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage chain,

Abstract : CO2 emission of industrial facilities is a major cause of climate change that affects the ecosystems, human beings and environment. Capture, Transport and Storage of CO2 (CTSC) is a novel technology of mitigating the impacts of climate change. The uncertainties concerning long term reliability of CTSC technology give rise to the significance of risk assessment for CTSC activities. Since CTSC is a complex sociotechnical system, traditional risk assessment approaches are not appropriate for CTSC. Lessons learned of industrial accidents show that a combination of technical, organizational and human aspects of risk results in occurrence of accidents. Therefore, we recommend to develop an integrated risk analysis framework for CTSC chain. The framework is developed by modeling CTSC chain by system dynamics approach. System dynamics is a support for risk assessment that allows understanding the interactions of CTSC system's elements in the first step, and then study the behavior of the system over time both in normal operation mode and in case of a failure or deviance. In this paper, the methodology is explained in detail, and the application of the methodology for an integrated CTSC project is discussed.
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Jaleh Samadi, Emmanuel Garbolino. A new dynamic risk analysis framework for CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage chain,. 29th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, Jul 2011, Washington, United States. 17 p. - ISBN 978-1-935056-08-9 - http://www.systemdynamics.org/conferences/2011/proceed/. ⟨hal-00660586⟩

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