Publications, Reports & Research
Our publications, reports and research library hosts over 500 specialist reports and research papers on all topics associated with CCS.
17th November 2015
Yanchang Petroleum report 1: capturing CO2 from coal to chemical process
16th October 2015
To promote the development of CCS in China, the Global CCS Institute and China National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) held a joint carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) workshop in Yan’An China in July 2013. Out of this collaboration the Global CCS Institute has commissioned Yanchang Petroleum Group to produce four knowledge-sharing reports on its integrated CCS project.
This first report of the series discusses the capture aspects of Yanchang Petroleum CCUS Project. It highlights project achievements and lessons learned from the project.
Tony Zhang, Institute Senior Adviser for Capture, Asia-Pacific provides an overview of this report in an Insight available on the Global CCS Institute website.
포집 플랜트와 발전소의 통합. 로테르담 포집 및 저장 실증 프로젝트. 글로벌 이산화탄소포집 및 저장 연구소(Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute: 이하 글로벌 CCS 연구소)용 특별 보고서
1st July 2015
본 보고서는 마스플락터 발전소(MPP3)에 현재 존재하는 화력 1,070 MW 3기와 Rotterdam Opslag en Afvang Demonstratieproject(ROAD)의 새롭게 제안된 250 MW 등급 탄소 포집을 통합시키는 데 중점을 두고 있다. 탄소 포집 기술은 이산화탄소 포집 및 저장(CCS) 비용을 절감하기 위한 방대한 연구 주제와 다양한 간행물의 주제가 되어왔다. 그러나 주요 발전소와의 통합은 또한 CCS 체인의 효율성 및 조작성에 중요한 영향을 미치며 본질적으로 상당한 프로젝트 비용을 차지하게 된다
5th May 2015
This fact sheet by the Global CCS Institute provides an overview of the different processes for capturing carbon dioxide emissions.
Development of an aqueous ammonia based PCC technology for Australian conditions: process modelling of combined SO2 and CO2 capture using aqueous ammonia
25th March 2015
This research project focuses on the development of the advanced aqueous ammonia based post combustion capture (PCC) technology. Two years into the project a novel process was proposed integrating CO2 and SO2 removal, flue gas cooling and ammonia recycle. Under the typical flue gas conditions, the proposed process has a SO2 removal efficiency of over 99.9% and ammonia reuse efficiency of 99.9%, which was confirmed by the experimental results. A rate based model was also developed for the aqueous ammonia based CO2 capture process and validated using the results from Munmorah Power Station pilot plant trials.