Assessing the business case for the Rotterdam Nucleus – A proposed Project of Common Interest (PCI)

Filip Neele


Filip Neele has been involved in various aspects of CO2transport and storage since 2006. His special interest concerns the analysis and optimisation of the carbon capture, transport and storage chain. He was the coordinator of several EU FP7 projects on transport and storage and has been involved in several national projects on the development of storage capacity,CO2 shipping and network development. He is co-chair of the Zero Emission Platform (ZEP) Network Technology.


  1. Tom Mikunda (TNO)
  2. Filip Neele (TNO)
  3. Logan Brunner (TNO)
  4. Marie Bysveen (SINTEF Energy Research)
  5. Elisabeth Vagenes (SINTEF Energy Research)
  6. Charles Eikhoff (Progressive Energy Ltd)
  7. Raphael Heffron (Queen Mary University of London)
  8. Diana Schumann (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)
  9. Lauren Downes (Queen Mary University of London)
  10. David Hanstock (Progressive Energy Ltd)

Topic Area

International R&D activities incl. pilot and large-scale activities


D4 » Session D4 - International R&D (10:20 - Wednesday, 14th June, R7)