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Tuesday 17th September


Welcome and Opening Session 


Shell Cansolv - Advancing CCS Deployment Worldwide: Paul Emmanuel Just

09.55 -10.20

Practice and Development of CO2 Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) in Shaanxi Petroleum (Group) Co.Ltd, China: Xiangzeng Wang
 10.20-10.50 Coffee Break
 11.00-12.15 Session 1a Solvent Development  Session 1b Process Development and Evaluation I 
  Interaction Between Process Architecture and Solvent Properties for Amine-Based CO2 Capture:
Eric Favre, Université de Lorraine and CNRS
Technology Advances in Post-Combustion Capture to Approach a Viable Business Case:
Prachi Singh, IEAGHG 
  Evaluation of Energy in Precipitating 2-Amino-2-methyl-1-propanol Carbonate Solvent Process for CO2 Capture:
Takao Nakagaki, Waseda University
New Process Simulation and Improvement of CO2 Removal System using Aqueous MEA in Coal-Fired Power Plant:
Zhiwu Liang, Hunan University and University of Regina
  The Results from PCC Pilot Plant with New Amine Solvent, Process, and Packing:
Shinya Okuno, Products Development Center, IHI Corporation 
Comparison of Novel Absorber Intercooling Configurations for CO2 Capture with Aqueous Piperazine: 
Darshan Sachde, The University of Texas at Austin
Low Temperature Heat Recovery from Solvent-Based CO2 Removal Systems:
Matthias Finkenrath, General Electric, Global Research Center 
12.15-13.15 Lunch
13.15-14.40 Session 2a 2nd and 3rd Generation Capture Technologies I Session 2b Process Development and Evaluation II
  The Effect of pKa Value on the kinetics of Absorption of Carbon Dioxide in Aqueous Amine Solutions Containing Carbonic Anhydrase:
Nathalie Penders-van Elk, Procede Gas Treating BV
Dynamic Modeling, Validation, and Control of Alternative Stripper Configurations for Amine Scrubbing:
Mathew Walters, The University of Texas at Austin
  CFD Modeling of Hollow Fiber Membrane Contactor for Post-Combustion CO2 Capture:
Muhammad Saeed, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Assessment of Dynamic behavior of a Post Combustion Capture unit at a Coal Fired Power Plant Integrated with a Downstream CO2 Transport Infrastructure:
Purvil khakharia, TNO
  Polymeric Membranes: Results Obtained from Small Pilot Scale Tests at a Coal Fired Power Plant, and Progress of Further Up-Scaling:
May-Britt Hägg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Transient Behavior of a Post Combustion CO2 Capture Process:
Stefanía Ósk Garðarsdóttir, Chalmers University of Technology
  Study on Solid Adsorbent for CO2-Capture from Post Combustion Gases Utilizing Low-Temperature Thermal Energy:
Takeshi Okumura, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. 
Performance of Dehydration Units for CO2 Capture:
Jasmin Kemper, IEAGHG
14.40-15.10 Coffee Break
15.10-17.30 Milestone Mongstad 1st Year Anniversary Event and Dinner, Sponsored by TCM DA and Gassnova SF
15.10-15.40 1st Keynote Lecture: 'The Mongstad experience – The importance of R&D in CCS', Tore Amundsen, CEO, Gassnova 
15.40-17.30 Presentations from owners and management of TCM, the technology providers, independent experts and from academia
  Close of Day 1
Wednesay 18th September
09.00-09.30 2nd Keynote Lecture: 'Addressing the challenges for PCC in the Australian context', Dr. Paul Feron, Research Program Leader, CSIRO, Australia
09.30-10.55 Session 3 2nd and 3rd Generation Cature Technologies II 

Selection and Development of Specific Biphasic Solvents for CO2 Capture from Natural Gas Power Systems:
Jiafei Zhang, Imperial College, London

  Process Design of Post-Combustion CO2 Capture from a Natural Gas Combined Cycle using Ca-Looping Process:
Rahul Anantharaman, SINTEF
  Membrane Implementation Strategies for Carbon Dioxide Capture on Natural Gas Turbines and Coal Power Plants:
Eric Favre, LRGP-CNRS Université de Lorraine
  CO2 Capture with Modified Lime-Based Pellet Sorbents:
Yinghai Wu, CanmetENERGY
10.55-11.25 Coffee Break
11.25-12.50  Session 4a Environmental Impacts I

Session 4b Capture Process Modelling 1

  The Impact of NO2 on Post-Combustion Capture: What Concentration of NO2 is Expected in Front of the Absorber and what is its Fate in the Capture Process?:
Bernd Schallert, E.ON New Build & Technology GmbH
Absorption Rates and Solubility of CO2 in Aqueous Amine Solvents and Amine Blends:
Le Li, The University of Texas at Austin
  Environmental Fate of Nitramines and Nitrosamines Released as Degradation Products from Post Combustion CO2-Capture Plants:
Lisbet Sørensen, SINTEF
Theoretical Calculation of Enthalpy of Reactions Involved in PZ-CO2-H2O System at Infinite Dilution:
Mayuri Gupta, NTNU
  Formation of Nitrosamines in Amine Scrubbing with Piperazine and Monoethanolamine:
Nathan Fine, The University of Texas at Austin 

Ternary Phase Diagrams and Experimental Investigation of the Particle Formation Kinetics for the CO2-NH3-H2O System:
Daniel Sutter, ETH Zurich

  On- and Off-Line Ethanolamine and Ammonia Emission Monitoring in PCCC:
Jan Mertens, Laborelec
Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium of CO2 with Aqueous Solutions of DEEA, MAPA and their Mixture:
Kaj Thomsen, Technical University of Denmark
12.50-13.50 Lunch
13.50-15.15 Session 5a Environmental Impacts II

Session 5b Capture Process Modelling II
  Effect of Number Concentration of Soot and H2SO4 on Aerosol Based Emissions from a Post Combustion Capture Plant:
Purvil Khakharia, TNO
Thermodynamic Consistency in Modeling of SLE and VLE in Aqueous Alkanolamine Solutions:
Ardi Harotno, NTNU
  Emission Reduction by an Order of Magnitude – Results from the Post-Combustion Capture Pilot Plant at Niederaussem:
Peter Moser, RWE Power AG
Kinetics of Reaction Between Primary and Secondary Amines and Carbon Dioxide in Water: a Structure-Property Study:
Gabriel Couchaux, IFP Energies Nouvelles
  Emission Reduction at Pilot Scale: Acid Wash Demonstration:
Ferran de Miguel Mercader, TNO
Measurements of Reaction Enthalpies for Aqueous Amine Solutions for Post-Combustion Capture Applications:
Abdurahim Abdulkadir, Masdar Institute
  Piperazine and Nitrosamine Degradation in Pilot Plants:
Paul Nielsen, The University of Texas at Austin
A Chemical Study of Aqueous Amine Solvents for Post Combustion Capture by NMR Spectroscopy:
Cristina Perinu, Telemark University
15.15-17.15 Poster Session 
P1 Solvent Screening Methodology for the Post-Combustion CO2 Capture by Absorption:
Lional Dubois, University of Mons
P2 Withdrawn
P3 Reducing the Cost of CCS Electricity Generation: Value and Engineering Options to Future- Proof Plants Against Solvent Technology Uncertainty:
Mathieu Lucquiaud, University of Edinburgh
P4 Absorption in Alkanolamine Blends for CO2 Capture:
Mohammad Abu Zahra, Masdar Institute
P5 Parametric Studies of Carbonation/Decarbonation Process and Cyclability of CO2 Capture by CaO in Molten Halide Salts:
Viktorija Tomkute, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB)
P6 Recent Developments and Assessment of an Advanced Aqueous Amine Based Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Technology:
Torsten Stoffregen, Linde Engineering Dresden GmbH
P7 Advanced Stripper Configurations using Piperazine and Monoethanolamine:
Yu-Jeng Lin, The University of Texas at Austin
P8 Post Combustion CO2 Capture Absorber Modeling: Comparison of Different Mass Transfer Models:
Hanna Knuutila, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
P9 Application of a Dynamic Model of the Post-combustion CO2 Capture Process for Simulation of Power Plant Load Changes:
Nina Enaasen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
P10 Post-Combustion CO2 Capture for Combined Cycles in Off-Design Utilizing Hot-Water Absorbent Regeneration:
Magnus Genrup, Lund University
P11 Effect of Viscosity on Liquid Film Mass Transfer Coefficient in Random and Structured Packing:
Yang Du, The University of Texas at Austin
P12 Absorption of CO2 by Spray Droplets in a Post Combustion Capture Spray Scrubbing Process with Amine Based Solvents:
Oliver Seyboth, Universität Stuttgart
P13 CO2 Absorption and Desorption in Laboratory Rig:
Lars Erik Øi, Telemark University College
P14 Monitoring and Diagnosis of a Modified Carbon Dioxide Capture Process from Reformate Gas Using an Expert System:
C.W Chan, University of Regina
P15 Comparison of Modern Packings : Assessing Proper Choice for Post-Combustion Carbon Capture Absorption Columns:
Ludovic Raynal, IFP Energies Nouvelles
P16 An Advanced Amine-Based Ionic Liquid: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications for Carbon Dioxide Capture:
Helei Liu, Hunan University
P17 Impact of Limestone Mineralogy and Microstructure on CaO Sorbent Attrition:
Olajumoke Adelakun, University of Nottingham
P18 Upfront Prediction of CO2 Absorption Equilibria:
Dag Eimer, Telemark University College and Tel-Tek
P19 Reviewing the N2O Analogy:
Juliana Garcia Moretz-Sohn Monteiro, NTNU
P20 Equilibrium Modeling of Carbonate and Hydroxide Systems:
Shahla Gondala, NTNU
P21 Process Simulation of Viscosity Effects in Amine Scrubbing with Aqueous 2-Methylpiperazine:
Brent Sherman, The University of Texas at Austin
P22 Comparison of Spectroscopic Methods for CO2 Capture:
Arlinda Fejzo Ciftja, NTNU
P23 Heat of Absorption of the Novel CO2 Absorption Solution:
Anastasia Trollebø, NTNU
P24 Modeling Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Aqueous Piperazine/N-(2-aminoethyl) Piperazine for CO2 Capture:
Yang Du, The University of Texas at Austin
P25 Health Risk Analysis of Nitrosamine Emissions from CO2 Capture with MEA in Coal-Fired Power Plant:
Jiayu Xu, Tsinghua University
P26 Quantification of Emissions from an Amine-Based PCC Plant:
Merched Azzi, CSIRO
P27 Optimal Conception of a Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Unit with Assessment of Solvent Degradation:
Grégoire Léonard, UUniversity of Liège
P28 Thermal Degradation of Activated Tertiary Amine Solvents for CO2 Capture:
Omkar Narrjoshi, The University of Texas at Austin
P29 Emissions of Substances other than CO2 from Power Plants with Carbon Dioxide Capture Technologies:
Earl Goetheer, TNO
P30 Monitoring and Diagnosis of Ammonia Emissions from the Post-Combustion Carbon Dioxide Capture Process System: an Automated Approach:
Christine Chan, University of Regina
P31 Process Improvement of Alstom’s Chilled Ammonia Process Resulting from Operating Experience at AEP’s Mountaineer Carbon Capture Product Validation Facility:
Rob Bollinger, American Electric Power
P32 Testing Carbon Capture Technologies in the Field with a Remotely-Operated Portable Facility:
Mathieu Lucquiaud, University of Edinburgh
P33 First Polish Pilot Plant for CO2 Post Combustion Capture:
Adam Tatarczuka, Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal
P34 Results of Long Term Testing of CDRMax® CO2 Scrubbing Technology for Industrial Flue Gases
Prateek Blumb, Carbon Clean Solutions Pvt
17.15  Close of Day 2
Thursday 19th September
09.00-09.30 3rd Keynote Lecture: 'Current status and future trends of the post-combustion carbon capture technologies: views from North America and Asia', Dr. Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, Professor, University of Regina, Canada
09.30-10.55  Session 6 Environmental Impacts III

  Overview of Degradation Compounds from Amines and Factors Influencing them:
Solrun Johanne Vevelstad, SINTEF
  Aerosol Mitigation in Amine-Based CO2 Capture:
Steven Fulk, The University of Texas at Austin
  Evaluation of Reclaimer Sludge Disposal Options from Amine-Based Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Process:
Gary Rochelle, The University of Texas at Austin
  Avoiding Ammonia Slip in Ammonia-Based Post-Combustion:
Henrik Jilvero, Chalmers University and Technology
10.55-11.25 Coffee Break
11.25-12.50 Session 7 Pilot Plant and Demonstration Projects I

Cansolv/RWE Combined SO2/CO2 Capture Demonstration Plant Objectives & Results: 
Matthew Campbell, Cansolv/Shell

  Shell Quest CCS Project, Process Selection, Integration & Learnings:
Steven Peplinski, Shell Projects & Technology Group
  CCPILOT100+ Test Results and Operating Experience:
Rebecca Gardiner, Doosan Power Systems Ltd
  A New Reference Case for Benchmarking in the OCTAVIUS Project:
Hanne Kvamsdal, SINTEF
12.50-13.50 Lunch
13.50-15.15 Session 8 Pilot Plant and Demonstration Projects II

  Practical Experiences with a Concentrated Piperazine Solution for PCC in Australia:
Aaron Cottrell, CSIRO
  Pilot Plant Campaign for CO2 Capture: Evaluation of Phase Change Solvent System:
Diego Pinto, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  Demonstration of the DMX™ Process - Description of the Octavius SP3 Project:
Ludovic Raynal, IFP Energies Nouvelles
  Post Combustion CO2 Capture Scale Up Study:
Tom Guenther, Black & Veatch  
15.15-15.45  Coffee break
15.45-17.10 Session 9 Pilot Plant and Demonstration Projects III
  Operational Experience from 300kg/h Post Combustion CO2 Capture Test Plant using Monoethanolamine:
Sven Unterberger, EnBW
  Experience with the Operation of Dilute Aqueous Ammonia in a 20kgCO2/hr PCC Mini-Pilot Plant:
Lejosir Wardhaugh, CSIRO
17.10-17.20 Wrap up and Close of Conference
CCGT with CCS - integration options. Capture plant footprint