Carbon Capture & Sequestration: The Future of Tomorrow  

TRAINERs: 

Dr MUHAMMAD ASLAM MD YUSOF, Mdm Nur Asyraf Md Akhir, MR. M Azfar Mohamed, mdm Mazlin Idress & mdm Azlinda Malik

ELIGIBILITY (MEETING ALL 3 CRITERIA) :

MALAYSIAN

UNEMPLOYED

DIPLOMA/DEGREE GRADUATES 2019 - 2022

 

1 AUGUTS -

9 SEPTEMBER 2022

 

MS TEAMS

(ONLINE)

 

9.00AM - 5.00PM

 

FULLY FUNDED PROGRAM BY KPT

CONTENT SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

This programme aims to enhance the knowledge of recent graduates in carbon capture and sequestration area in preparation for future career opportunities. Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) is one of the carbon negative technologies which play a vital role to limiting climate change to well below 2ºC of global temperature rise.

This introductory course explores the concept and application of CCS as a main solution to protect our atmosphere from the anthropogenic CO2 gas, in the context of global economy, energy applications, and a desirable outcome for climate change. Different concept of engineering, geology, economics, law, and policy will be covered throughout this course. The activities and discussions in the course will help to unlock the carbon negative solutions to achieve a neutral carbon balance to the atmosphere in the 21st century.

The delivery of this program is relevant to government and industry initiatives by limitto limit the carbon emission in all economic activities so that net zero carbon emission can be achived by year 2050.

COURSE CONTENT                                           

Climate change 
  • Ice-breaking
  • Global warming
  • Carbon budget
  • CCS context
  • Carbon neutrality

CO2 capture 

  • CO2 sources
  • Combustion
  • Post-combustion capture
  • Pre-combustion capture
  • Carbon negative technologies
CO2 transport & geological storages
  • CO2 transport
  • Criteria for geological storage
  • Reservoir, seals and traps

CO2 storage

  • Storage in aquifers and depleted oil fields
  • CO2 trapping
  • CO2 monitoring
CO2 injectivity elements 
  • CO2 state
  • Factors affecting CO2 injectivity
  • CO2/brine/rock interactions 

Recent development and prospects

  • Global status
  • Myths and misconceptions
  • Development in Malaysia 

Challenge

  • Integrating both fundamental and technical study
  • Case studies


OBJECTIVES

At the end of this training program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the role of CCS in controlling the global climate change
  • Explain the principles of CO2 capture and sequestration


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Malaysian 
  • Unemployed 
  • Graduated From 2019, 2020, 2021 & 2022





OUR TRAINERS

1. Dr Muhammad Aslam Bin Md Yusof

Muhammad Aslam bin Md Yusof is a lecturer at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (Malaysia), department Petroleum Engineering. Before joining UTP, he served as research at PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd. Muhammad Aslam currently taking his PhD in Petroleum Engineering Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Msc in Petroleum Engineering by University of New South Wales, and his Degree in Petroleum Engineering by Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS in 2010. His primary interest areas include Drilling Engineering (​Drilling Fluid and Formation Damage Study​) and Drilling Fluid and Formation Damage Study.

2. Madam Nur Asyraf Md Akhir

Nur Asyraf Md Akhir is currently working as a lecturer and researcher at Petroleum Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), Perak, Malaysia. She attained her MSc in Petroleum Engineering from UTP-Heriot-Watt University and BEng in Chemical Engineering from UTP. She currently pursues her PhD study on the usage of sacrificial agent in reducing surfactant adsorption for Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery (CEOR) in Petroleum Engineering, UTP. She has 8 years of experience in teaching and research. She has completed a few internal, national, and industrial research projects on the nanoparticles-foam, surfactant-based chemical for conventional and unconventional reservoirs. Her research interests are in surfactant-based EOR, surfactant adsorption, and chemical sand consolidation.

3. Mr. M Azfar Mohamed

Experiences in of bidding, negotiating, winning business, and working collaboratively with Government, Education Sector, IT and Oil & Gas Industries around Asian countries- Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, Myanmar, and Cambodia. Extensive knowledge, appreciation for, and sensitivity to different cultural and business dynamics around Asia. Built successful Business Development organizations for Education Sector, Government Agencies, Oil and Gas Industries, Technology and IT Services. An experienced and trained strategic planner who transforms the strategic plan into workable solutions and benchmarks performance against key operational targets/goals. Skilled Technical Principal Investigator with extensive detailed research and experimental experiences. Hold aboard set of analytical and technical skills that would benefit any organisation. Proven record of collaboration withers-functional teams to achieve continuous improvement and reaching objectives.

4. Madam Mazlin Idress

Mazlin Idress, completed her M.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering from The University of Adelaide, Australia and a B.Eng (Hons) Chemical Engineering from Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP). She joined the department of Mechanical Engineering, UTP in April 2005 and later Department of Petroleum Engineering in 2007. Her research interest is in Unconventional hydrocarbon particularly Gas Hydrate. She has ongoing research in formation and dissociation of natural gas hydrates in porous media and characterization of Green Kinetic Hydrates Inhibitor.

5. Madam Azlinda Malik

Experienced Senior Reservoir Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the oil & energy industry. Skilled in Field Development, Petroleum, Petroleum Engineering, Oil & Gas, and Reservoir Management. Strong engineering professional with a Master's degree focused in Petroleum Engineering from Universiti TeknologiPetronas.

COUNTDOWN

REGISTRATION

This is A FULLY FUNDED PROGRAM  BY KPT

ALLOWANCE & CERTIFICATE WILL BE PROVIDED*

*SUBJECTED TO TERM AND CONDITIONS

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE


OUR LOCATION

Centre for Advanced & Professional Education (CAPE)

 Level 16, Menara 2, Menara Kembar Bank Rakyat, 50470, Jalan Travers, Kuala Lumpur.

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+605 - 368 7558 /

+605 - 368 8485

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cape@utp.edu.my