IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

2nd Post Combustion Capture Conference

Date 17th-20th September 2013

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Following the success of PCCC1 in Abu Dhabi, 2011 and the inception of 12 International Post Combustion Capture Network series since 2000,  the PCCC2 Conference was held in Bergen, 2013. This conference series has proved to be a very important gathering for post-combustion capture experts to share their knowledge, findings and expertise. PCCC2 continued the forum to discuss the various issues related to post-combustion capture technologies status and development. PCCC2 will provide an opportunity to encourage technology providers and developers to share their experiences and knowledge.

In addition to the technical programme, a special session celebrating the first year of Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM). The UK press recently visited the Centre - a full article can be found on page 11 of our newsletter. At the end of the conference delegates also had the opportunity to visit TCM.

Milestone Mongstad 1st Year Anniversary Event and Dinner, Sponsored by TCM DA and Gassnova SF on 17th September
The September 17th Milestone Mongstad Event will examine the TCM, the experience gained from its planning and construction and in particular the results from its first year of testing of two promising capture technologies from Aker and Alstom. We will hear from the owners and management of TCM, the technology providers, independent experts and from academia.

15.-CO2-Technology-Centre-Mongstad-TCM-opens-its-doors-to-energy-science-and-environment-journalists-from-the-UK British press at TCM

PCCC2 Conference Summary  (8MB pdf)

Technical Programme

Technical Steering Committee:

Following people have agreed to be part of the technical steering committee:

  • Prof Gary Rochelle, University of Texas at Austin, USA
  • Prof. Hallvard Svendsen, NTNU, Norway
  • Prof. Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, University of Regina, Canada
  • Nils Rokke, SINTEF, Norway
  • Paul Feron, CSIRO, Australia
  • Kevin McCauley, Babcock & Wilcox, USA
  • John Topper, IEAGHG R&D Programme
  • Prachi Singh, IEAGHG R&D Programme

 

 

 

 

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