Publications and responsibilities
CO2 capture in Natural Gas Production by adsorption processes for CO2 storage, EOR and EGR
Understanding the cost retrofitting CO2 capture in an Integrated oil refinery : cost estimation and economic evaluation of CO2 capture options for refineries
Techno-economic Analysis of MEA CO2 Capture from a Cement Kiln – Impact of Steam Supply Scenario
This paper present the techno-economic assessment of an MEA-based CO2 capture from a cement plant and the importance of the steam supply on the costs. The evaluations present the energy performances of the CO2 capture process based on a cement plant with a clinker capacity of 3,000 t/d. The cost eva...
CO2 Capture in Natural Gas Production by Adsorption Processes
Natural gas (NG) is the fossil fuel with the lowest emissions of CO2 per kilowatt of energy produced. In the case of transporting the natural gas through pipelines, the CO2 specifications depend on each country but are around 2-4%, so in case that the natural gas contains more than this percentage, ...
A Comparison of Post-combustion Capture Technologies for the NGCC
Four different post-combustion capture technologies are compared for the same NGCC (electric efficiency 58.1% without CO2 capture). The technologies are aqueous amine, polymeric membranes, a low temperature sorbent and Ca-looping. The effect of 40% Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) is compared for all...
Cost-optimal CO2 capture ratio for membrane-based capture from different CO2 sources
This paper investigates the cost reduction opportunity of lower CO2 capture ratios (CCR) on membrane-based CO2 capture. A numerical model based on the Attainable Region approach is used to optimise and assess the cost of membrane-based processes for CO2 capture from post-combustion flue gases contai...
A techno-economic case study of CO2 capture, transport and storage chain from a cement plant in Norway
This paper investigates various alternatives for the application of CCS at a cement plant which is one of the focus site for CCS deployment in Norway. A matrix consisting of nine CCS alternative chains is analysed in order to quantify cost reduction potentials across the CCS value chain based on an ...