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IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

Technical Session 1

Time Session Paper
09.40  1A Characterisation of Degraded Solvents from Amine Scrubbing: 
Rachel Lewis, University of Nottingham

10.00  1A

Corrosivity Screening of Linear and Hindered Amines:
Kent Fischer, The University of Texas at Austin

10.20  1A

Speciation of Iron in MEA Solutions: Solubility and Corrosion: 
Georgios Fytianos, NTNU

09.40  1B

CO2 Solutions Results of Pilot Testing of Enzyme-Accelerated CO2 Capture Process:
Jonathan Carley, CO2 Solutions Inc.

10.00  1B Experimantal Measurement of Regeneration Energy in CO2 Capture System Applying Phase Seperation Process Using Hjosir-Concentrations 2-Amino-2-Methyl-1-Propanol: 
Takao Nakagaki, Waseda Univeristy

10.20 1B CO2 Post Combustion Capture from Once Through Steam Generators (OTSG) boilers at Husky Energy in Saskatchewan, Canada: Modular Design and Construction Approach to Reduce the Capital and Operating Expenditures: 
Ahmed Aboudheir, HTC CO2 Systems Corp.
09.40 1C

An On-Line Analytical Technique fro Composition Determination of CO2-Loaded Formulated Amine Solvents Based on the Liquid Thermo Physical Porperties for a Post Combustion CO2 Capture Process:
Fatemeh Pouryousefi, University of Regina

10.00 1C

Oxygen Solubility and Mass Transfer in Amine Solutions for Applications in Post-Combustion CO2 Capture:
Grégoire Léonard, University of Liege

10.20 1C

Liquid-Liquid Extraction of Degradation Products in Monoethanolamine (MEA) Absorption Solution Used in Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Capture:
Teeradet Supap, University of Regina