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ADB Technical Assistance Project: Aspen simulation and evaluation of economic feasibility of CO2 capture for Gaojing gas fired power plant

1st September 2014

Topic(s): Economics, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

This research project is an extension of the ADB-PRC joint initiative, Study on Carbon Capture and Storage in Natural Gas-Based Power Plants (TA-8001-PRC). What follows is a bottom-up economic assessment of the proposed Gaojing combined heat and power (CHP) CCS plant that:

  • Evaluates CO2 capture energy consumption in different scenarios and optimize that consumption
  • Makes an economic feasibility evaluation of Gaojing CHP’s CO2 capture retrofitting
  • Evaluates the advantages of meeting capture-ready criteria in subsequent CCS implementation
  • Recommends the capture-ready conditions for Gaojing CHP at different carbon capture rates

 

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ADB Technical Assistance Project: Aspen simulation and evaluation of economic feasibility of CO2 capture for Gaojing gas fired power plant

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