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2015年全球碳捕集与封存现状。第3卷: 技术
2015年全球碳捕集与封存现状。第3卷: 技术

18th February 2016

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

“第三卷:CCS技术”我们探索CCS技术链的所有要素(捕集、运输和封存)、关注碳捕集降低成本的机会、和CO2封存资源评估。此卷将对感兴趣于二氧化碳捕集、运输和封存的研究与发展趋势的人们具有最大的价值。

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The global status of CCS: 2015. Volume 3: CCS technologies
The global status of CCS: 2015. Volume 3: CCS technologies

4th November 2015

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

In Volume 3: CCS Technologies we explore all elements of the CCS technology chain (capture, transport and storage), focusing on opportunities for cost reduction in carbon capture, and CO2 storage resource assessments. This volume will be of greatest value to those interested in research and development trends in CO2 capture, transportation and storage.

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应用碳捕集与封存到一个中国的钢铁厂。关于中国首钢京唐钢铁联合有限公司曹妃甸钢铁厂CCS 设备的可行性研究
应用碳捕集与封存到一个中国的钢铁厂。关于中国首钢京唐钢铁联合有限公司曹妃甸钢铁厂CCS 设备的可行性研究

27th October 2015

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

全球碳捕集与封存研究院在此发布《在中国钢铁厂进行碳捕集与封存的可研报告》。东芝公司承担了该项可研工作,项目通过东芝的商业合作伙伴同方环境与首钢京唐钢铁厂合作进行。本可研对在曹妃甸钢厂的进行碳捕集与封存项目的可行性进行了论证。该报告探讨了在中国钢铁厂进行碳捕集、运输和可能的封存和二氧化碳采油这一概念。该报告认为,与世界其它地方的类似钢厂相比较,在中国钢铁厂进行碳捕集是一种有成本竞争力的碳减排手段。

该报告由东芝公司为全球碳捕集与封存研究院完成。全球碳捕集与封存研究院的亚太区高级碳捕集顾问Tony Zhang博士同时也在全球碳捕集与封存研究院网站上发布了关于该报告的总结讲解。

Chinese translation of Applying carbon capture and storage to a Chinese steel plant.

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Carbon capture and storage: the Lacq pilot. Project and injection period 2006-2013
Carbon capture and storage: the Lacq pilot. Project and injection period 2006-2013

15th September 2015

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

This publication describes Total’s Lacq CCS pilot demonstration project. The pilot project entailed the conversion of an existing air-fired boiler to a 30 MWth oxy-combustion boiler that produced a flue gas with a high CO2 content. The project’s aim was to test the complete chain of capture, transport and storage of purified and compressed CO2, integrated within the infrastructure of the Lacq industrial platform.

The publication includes technical and geological content, environmental impact and risk assessments, monitoring and surveillance data, and a discussion on community outreach. It provides insights for those involved in developing CCS in the future.

 

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捕集装置和发电厂的一体化。鹿特丹捕集与封存示范项目。全球碳捕集与封存研究院特别报告
捕集装置和发电厂的一体化。鹿特丹捕集与封存示范项目。全球碳捕集与封存研究院特别报告

2nd July 2015

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

本报告关注马斯莱克迪电厂现有的燃煤1070兆瓦第三机组和ROAD项目拟建的新的250兆瓦规模的碳捕集厂的整合。碳捕集技术已经成为大量的降低碳捕集与封存成本研究的课题,也是很多刊物的主题。然而,与主要电厂的整合对于CCS链的效率和可操作性也有着重要的影响,是一项独立的非常大的项目成本。

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流动保障与控制理念。鹿特丹捕集与封存示范项目。全球碳捕集与封存研究院特别报告
流动保障与控制理念。鹿特丹捕集与封存示范项目。全球碳捕集与封存研究院特别报告

2nd July 2015

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

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如荷兰的ROAD项目,大型CCS示范项目主要挑战之一是安全有效地控制一体化CCS链的二氧化碳流。对于ROAD项目来说,这意味着:从燃煤发电站的烟道气中捕集二氧化碳,压缩并通过一条长25km的管道运输到离岸平台,将其注入到海床下3.5km的废弃储层中。
这份有关ROAD项目的“流动保障和控制理念”的特别报告为在稳定状态、关机和启动状态中一体化CCS链的二氧化碳流的拟定的控制和运行系统提供了一些看法。
尽管之前已经付诸实践,ROAD项目进行的流动保障研究(FAS)清楚地表明了将(非常)低压的储层填充至300巴压强在实践中是可能的,但是必须要研究一下运输系统的物理配置参数的热动力所有方面下的二氧化碳行为。

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项目执行策略。ROAD。全球碳捕集与封存研究院特别报告
项目执行策略。ROAD。全球碳捕集与封存研究院特别报告

2nd July 2015

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

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随着总公司作出投资决策项目迈出了里程碑式的一步,本报告旨在对该项目的未来之路提出一个纲要。本报告还综述了即将到来的里程碑、相关活动的讨论以及项目执行战略。最终投资决策(FID)之后,将要组成两个连续组织,第一个关注于2015年之前的设计和建设,同时第二个将关注于2015年到2020年间项目的运行。该项目雇佣了来自两个总公司的技术专家,与战略伙伴一起在项目的开发和运行阶段发挥作用。
该项目进度由MPP3建设进度和成本优化所驱动。为了避免MPP3停机处罚,协调工作必须要走上正轨。ROAD关注于成本优化和控制。两个驱动因素都导致了具体建设计划和大型起重机组件的聚集。大型船只和主要压缩机的起重活动起着关键作用。由于大型起重机组件的聚集,成本和项目进度可以大幅压缩。这些主要组件的起重和布置之后,捕集厂就可以装配了。在第二个阶段,运输和封存工作将会是关注的重点。从前端设计阶段开始,更为详尽的设计让ROAD减少了不确定性。本报告讨论了施工、融资、调度、利益相关者参与和许可等执行阶段的风险。缓和风险的措施日渐地降低了项目意外开支。项目意外开支因不稳定的市场价格、工程细节状态、规划的不确定性和其他事件而显现出来。前端工程设计研究使得意外成本支出从总资本支出的25%(FEED前)减少到10%(FEED后)。施工阶段剩下的主要风险是与MPP3的联络、及时签署的捕集厂建设EPC合同、和意外支出风险与运输和封存链的商业磋商。此外,许可和利益相关者管理是注意的焦点。NGO或者地方组织对发放许可的反对或者上诉可能导致调度问题。
项目预算是由公司的组织结构控制,预算在项目办公司和管理、利益相关者管理、捕集、最后还有运输和封存中间分配。预算在整个项目周期中被分割成两个阶段:设计和施工阶段(2010-2014)和运行阶段(2015-2019)。进入运行阶段之后,已经制定出了厂退役和封存点监测的相关规定。考虑到风险的可能性和确定的减排措施,在ROAD的概率模型中,FID延期的调度风险也可能显现出来。请注意,本报告仅仅强调ROAD项目执行策略的主要方面。

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Project Pioneer. Developing a risk program for a carbon capture and storage project: a case study of Project Pioneer
Project Pioneer. Developing a risk program for a carbon capture and storage project: a case study of Project Pioneer

24th January 2013

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects could be considered a special type of oil and gas capital project. The standard approach used for risk management of oil and gas capital projects is applicable to CCS projects. Also the uniqueness of CCS projects as well as the characteristics of a particular project should influence the design of the Risk Management System (RMS). Both general CCS challenges and features specific to Project Pioneer were taken into account when shaping the project risk management system that is described in this report.

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Handling and allocation of business risks: special report to the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute
Handling and allocation of business risks: special report to the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute

9th May 2012

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

In this report, the risk management methodology developed by the ROAD project team is described and evaluated. This includes a description of the business risks, mitigating actions, and residual risks. The report also provides an overview of the consortium structure which explains the roles and responsibilities of the project partners. 

This report aims to help similar projects to identify and address their own business risks. 

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CCS front end engineering & design report:  American Electric Power Mountaineer CCS II Project. Phase 1
CCS front end engineering & design report: American Electric Power Mountaineer CCS II Project. Phase 1

30th January 2012

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

This public design report provides select non-proprietary design information from the Phase I – Project Definition work products associated with the carbon capture and storage (CCS) system planned for installation at Appalachian Power Company’s Mountaineer Plant, located in New Haven, West Virginia, under US Department of Energy (DOE) Cooperative Agreement No. DE-FE002673.

The overall objective of the project is to design, build and operate a commercial-scale CCS system capable of treating a nominal 235 MWe slip stream of flue gas from the outlet duct of the Flue Gas Desulfurization system. The project was planned for execution in four phases: Phase I - Project Definition (February 2010 – September 2011), Phase II - Design and Permitting (October 2011 – December 2012), Phase III – Construction and Start-up (January 2013 – August 2015), and Phase IV – Operations (September 2015 – June 2019). AEP and its integrated project team successfully completed Phase I objectives, as outlined in the cooperative agreement, calling for:

  • the resolution of outstanding conditions with the DOE cooperative agreement;
  • project specific developmental activities (front end engineering and design (FEED));
  • the initiation of the NEPA process; and
  • the identification of exceptionally long lead time items.

The FEED package incorporated knowledge gained and lessons learnt (construction and operations related) from the Mountaineer Product Validation Facility and the design package also established the fit, form, and function of the project including design criteria, mass and energy balances, plot plans, general arrangement drawings, electrical one-lines, flow diagrams and P&IDs.

Based on the work completed in the FEED package, the project team also:

  • developed a +/- 25 per cent cost estimate;
  • developed a detailed Phase II project schedule;
  • provided DOE with all information it needed to complete the NEPA process;
  • developed a multi prime construction contracting strategy for Phase III;
  • issued preliminary PFDs and overall mass and energy balances;
  • drilled a deep well for characterisation of subsurface geology at one of the alternative CO2 storage sites;
  • completed preliminary project design; and
  • submitted a decision point application regarding future project plans.

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Final front-end engineering design (FEED) study report
Final front-end engineering design (FEED) study report

1st January 2012

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

The Tenaska Trailblazer project is a supercritical pulverized coal (PC) electric generation station under development in Nolan Country, Texas, USA.  Tenaska selected Fluor Econamine FG PlusSM technology and contracted with Fluor to complete a front end engineering and design (FEED) study for the carbon dioxide capture portion of the project.
This report provides a complete summary of the FEED study effort including pertinent project background information, the scope of facilities covered, the scope of the FEED study services, identification and treatment of health, safety, and environmental risk issues, cost analysis, scalability assessment, highlights and challenges, next steps, lessons learnt and other conclusions.

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基本設計調査最終報告書
基本設計調査最終報告書

1st January 2012

Topic(s): Engineering and project delivery, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

Trailblazerは、米国テキサス州Nolan郡Sweetwaterの東約9マイルに位置する、建設中の超臨界微粉炭火力(PC: Pulverized coal)発電所である。Trailblazerは、初期設計に商用規模の燃焼後回収式CO2回収(CC: Carbon dioxide capture)プラントを取り入れて建設される米国初の石炭火力発電所となる見込みである。本プロジェクトは本来なら大気中に排出されるはずのCO2の85~90%を回収する設計となっている。本発電所は総出力760MW(夏季のCCプラント稼働時の環境温度下)を発電する計画である。 
本プロジェクトの目的は、来るべき炭素規制に関連した潜在的な先行的クレジットの活用、回収したCO2のPermian Basinにおける石油増進回収(EOR: Enhanced oil recovery)への有効利用及び石炭利用と国内石油生産を通じた米国のエネルギー安全保障への貢献である。 
プロジェクトの開発推進に当たり、Tenaska社は、プロジェクトの設計・調達・建設(EPC: Engineering, construction and procurement)業者及びCC技術提供者の選定のため、それぞれの競争入札手続きを実施した。これらの過程を経て、Tenaska社は、Econamin FG+(EFG+) CO2回収技術の提供を含むEPC業者及び技術提供者双方の役割を担う業者にFluor Enterprises社を選定した。 
Tenaska社は、CCプラントに関する基本設計(FEED: Front-end engineering and design)調査を実施するためFluor社と契約した。開発途上のこの産業においては、サプライヤーに大規模な商用CCプラントに関する経験がないことから、FEED調査が不可欠である。FEED調査の主な目的は、提示された確定価格及び商用稼動時の性能保証を裏付けるため、プロジェクトについての十分な技術的な定義(設計及び計画作業に係る労力全体の名目上15~20%を必要とする)を行うことである。

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