Publications, Reports & Research
Our publications, reports and research library hosts over 500 specialist reports and research papers on all topics associated with CCS.
Learnings from GDF SUEZ Hazelwood carbon capture and utilisation pilot project
25th February 2016
The Hazelwood Carbon Capture and Utilisation Pilot Project enabled one of the largest post-combustion carbon capture plants to be installed on a coal-fired power station in Australia. While it is only a pilot scale demonstration plant, this project has strategic significance to the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Australia. Valuable experiences have been achieved through ‘learning by doing’, including funding, management, training, equipment, operation etc. The report endeavours to share those experiences and knowledge.
Knowledge sharing is a key objective of the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute (the Institute). A key goal of the Institute is to work with industry partners to share knowledge acquired in the implementation of CCS projects. This report is a collaboration between GDF SUEZ Australian Energy, the operator of the Hazelwood Power Station, and the Institute.
Applying carbon capture and storage to a Chinese steel plant
27th August 2015
The Global CCS Institute presents a feasibility study report on applying carbon capture and storage (CCS) to a steel plant in China. Toshiba was commissioned to conduct the study through its business partner Tongfang Environment in collaboration with Shougang Jingtang United Iron & Steel of China. The study examined the application of CCS onto the Caofeidian steel plant.
The report covers the concept of capturing CO2 from a Chinese steel plant, transportation and potential storage in an oilfield for enhanced oil recovery (EOR).
The study suggests that carbon capture in Chinese steel plants is a cost effective means of reducing carbon emissions compared with similar plants around the world.
This report is authored by Toshiba for the Global CCS Institute. Tony Zhang, Institute Senior Adviser for Carbon Capture, Asia-Pacific also provides an overview of the report in a new Insight available on the Global CCS Institute website.