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2018 IEAGHG CCS Summer School

Gosh how quickly a week can go by when you are deeply engaged in receiving a lot of information. Well that was how our Summer School felt to us. We were very pleased to have our 12th International CCS Summer School hosted by the Norwegian CCS Research Centre in Trondheim, with 58 students from 24 countries. Covering all aspects of CCS presented by ...
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CATO Conference - Implementing CCUS in the Netherlands

CATO invited national and international stakeholders on the 6th June to convene, inform one another, and share knowledge on recent advances on CCS in The Netherlands. The event covered both policy relevant topics and project developments. While Europe is committed to implement CCS, a firm strategy including the business case is still needed. Nation...
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GHGT-14 - Only 2 Days Left of Early bird Registration Rates (CLOSES JUNE 13)

https://events.csiro.au/en/Events/2017/September/20/GHGT-Conference-2017Melbourne Convention Centre21 - 26 October 2018 $990 - Early bird full registration$490 - Early bird student registration$750 - Early bird one-day registration (Please indicate date of attendance for one-day registration to be accepted)  All fees after this date will incre...
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New IEAGHG report: CO2 capture in natural gas production by adsorption

​CO2 capture from natural gas (NG) can be done by several technologies, e.g. solvent scrubbing, membranes, adsorption or cryogenic processes. The future demand in NG might trigger development of NG fields with high CO2 partial pressure, for which pressure swing adsorption (PSA) processes could be more suitable than the other options. Besides, PSA p...
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New IEAGHG report: Evaluation of process control strategies for normal, flexible and upset operation conditions of CO2 post combustion capture processes

 It is important for power plants to be able to operate flexibly to respond to changes in consumer demand for electricity. Flexibility is also becoming increasingly important due to the greater use of other low carbon generation technologies, particularly variable renewable generators. The issue of operating flexibility of power plants with ca...
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