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Petter Egil Røkke

Research Director

Petter Egil Røkke

Research Director

Petter Egil Røkke
Phone: 901 20 221
Mobile: 901 20 221
Department: Thermal Energy
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publications

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Development of strategies for CO2 value chain deployment:ECCO European value chain for CO2

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1042418

The ECCO project has been a three-year collaboration project under the EU 7th framework program for research. The main objective of ECCO has been to facilitate strategic decision making regarding early and future implementation of CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS) value chains. The ECCO project has deve...

Authors Jordal Aina Benedikte Kristin Jakobsen Jana Poplsteinova Røkke Petter Egil Birkeland Laetitia Eickhoff Charles Morbee Joris
Year 2013
Type Journal article
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Sorption-enhanced methane steam reforming in a circulating fluidized bed reactor system

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S11460

A 1 m high circulating fluidized bed reactor, comprising of two bubbling bed reactors connected via two loop seals and a riser, has been built for performing experiments on sorption enhanced steam methane reforming. In this system steam reforming of methane is carried out catalytically with a CO2 so...

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ECCO – European value chain for CO2

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S11466

This paper presents strategy and structure of “ECCO–European Value Chain for CO2” project. ECCO is a new collaborating project under the 7th framework programme for research of the EU. It was initiated in 2008, with the main objective to facilitate robust strategic decision making regarding early an...

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Techno-Economic Evaluations and Benchmarking of Pre-combustion CO2 Capture and Oxy-fuel Processes Developed in the European ENCAP Project

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S12683

ENCAP (ENhanced CAPture of CO2) is a major technology development project under the 6th Framework Programme of the European Commission, involving leading European power and energy industries and equipment suppliers, and high ranked research institutes and universities. The project aims at developing...

Authors Ekström Clas Schwendig Frank Biede Ole Franco Flavio Haupt Günther de Koeijer Gelein Papapavlou Charalambos Røkke Petter Egil
Year 2009
Type Journal article
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Large scale CO2 transport in the North sea – a pre-feasibility study

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S12886

The objective of this study was to reveal the costs and challenges related to implementation of a potential new pipeline transporting carbon dioxide (CO2) from industrial sources located close to the northern coastline of continental Europe to the under-seabed formation located in the North Sea – ...

Authors Røkke Petter Egil Kus Bartosz Torp Tore A
Year 2009
Type Presentation
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Hydrogen Production by Sorption-Enhanced Methane Steam Reforming

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S14090

Fossil fuels will continue to be a major source for energy in the near future and techniques for reducing greenhouse gases, while still producing energy from such sources must be implemented. Sorption-enhanced methane steam reforming (SE-SMR) is one possible economical viable route for hydrogen prod...

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Electrostatic consideration for efficient electrocoalescers

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S8110

Oil-water separation is an important step in oil processing - both for removing water from the produced crude and from desalinizers in refineries. Often electrostatic fields are used to enhance separation efficiency, and a new generation of equipment – compact electrocoalescers have been introduced....

Year 2008
Type Journal article
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CO2 capture from power plants – technology maturity and developments towards realization

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S12887

A number of projects have been launched with the aim to capture CO2 from a power plant based on fossil fuels. These projects vary in type of technology for capture of CO2 and they vary in the range of size and strategies for handling the captured CO2. The components used in the different capture pro...

Year 2007
Type Presentation
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