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Workshop on Breaktrough Post Combustion Capture Technologies

Workshop on Breaktrough Post Combustion Capture Technologies

Join this workshop and explore and create synergies on CCS between R&D organisations and industry from Europe and Australia.

Registration is now closed. If you have any questions, send an email to Senior Research Scientist Hanne Marie Kvamsdal

(The workshop is sponsored by the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013), The Research Council of Norway (The Climit programme), and Technology Center Mongstad (TCM))

Location
DNVGL main headquarters
Address
Veritasveien 1, 1363 Høvik, Norway view in map
Start
13/09/2017 08:30 Add to calendar
End
14/09/2017 16:00

Themes
Four major themes adapted from the four major Work-packages in HiPerCap are covered. Two sessions are devoted to the discussion of technology development and industrial application within the three major types of gas separation. One session will deal with methodologies for technology assessment and benchmarking. This workshop will be an excellent occasion to create synergies on CCS between R&D organisations and industry from Europe and Australia.

Themes, 13th of September: 

  • Absorption technologies 
  • Adsorption technologies

Themes, 14th of September:

  • Membrane technologies
  • Technology assessment and benchmarking

All presentations will be given by invited speakers within and outside the project consortium.

Program

Day 1

08:30-09:00

Registration and coffee/tea

09:00-10:45

Session 1: Welcome and keynote-speakers
Sessions chari: Karl Anders Hoff, SINTEF

09:00-09:10

Welcome and practical information 
TBC - DNV GL

09:10-09:40

Post-combustion testing at TCM
Anne-Berit Hjorth-Viken, TCM

09:40-10:20

CCS projects in Norway and prospects for CCS in Europe
Åse Slagtern (NRC)

10:20-10:45

HiPerCap overview and major results 
Hanne Kvamsdal (SINTEF)

10:45-11:15

Coffee Break

11:15-12:55

Session 2: Absorption
Session chair: Peter van Os (TNO) 

11:15-11:40

HiPerCap: Absorption technologies – overview and results
Earl Goetheer, TNO 

11:40-12:05

Status: New and emerging technologies and future prospects
Jacob Knudsen, Aker solutions 

12:05-12:30

CO2 capture combined with utilization
Peter Moser, RWE 

12:30-12:55

Dynamic models and control strategies for absorption-based carbon capture processes
Ali Abbas, University of Sydney

12:55-14:00

Lunch

14:00-16:10

Session 3: Adsorption
Session chair: Richard Blom, SINTEF

14:00-14:25

HiPerCap: Adsorption technologies - overview and results
Cova Pevida, CSIC

14:25-14:50

Status: New and emerging technologies and future prospects
Alan Chaffee, Monash University

14:50-15:15

Modelling of adsorption based CO2 capture processes for large scale applications
Carlos Grande, SINTEF

15:15-15:45

Coffee Break

15:45-16:10

Adsorption, pilot plant investigations and possibilities of large scale application
Dariusz Wawrzyńczak (Czestochowa University of Technology) 

16:10-17:15

Discussion-1
Session chair: Paul Feron, CSIRO

 

Theme: Technology development and lesson learned (from TRL1 to TRL 9)

19:00-22:00

DINNER AT FRAMMUSEET - Bygdøy

 

Day 2

08:30-09:00

Coffee/tea

9:00-9:30

Prospects for CCS in Asia and Australia
Paul Feron, CSIRO 

9:30-11:40

Session 4: Membranes
Session chair: Thijs Peter, SINTEF 

9:30-9:55

HiPerCap: Membrane technologies - overview and results
May-Britt Hägg, NTNU

9:55-10:20

Main results from the M4CO2 project
Freek Kapteijn, TU-Delft 

10:20-10:50

Coffee Break

10:50-11:15

Modelling of membrane based CO2 capture processes for large scale applications
Bouchra Belaissaoui, CNRS

11:15-11:40

Status: New and emerging technologies and future prospects
Mihai Barboiu, Institut Européen des Membranes

11:40-12:30

Lunch

12:30-14:40

Session 5: Technology evaluation
Session chair: Erik Hektor, DNV GL

12:30-12:55

HiPerCap: Assessment of CO2 capture technologies – overview and results so far
Patrick Wolbers, DNVGL 

12:55-13:20

Cost-estimation of immature technologies
Mohamed Kanniche, EDF 

13:20-13:45

Benchmarking in other twinning projects – lesson learned
Matteo Romano, Politecnico di Milano

13:45-14:15

Coffee Break

14:15-14:40

CEMCAP – making CO2 capture retrofitable for cement plants
Kristin Jordal, SINTEF Energy Research

14:40-15:45

Discussion-2
Session chair: Tore Torp DNV GL

 

Theme:  Industrial CO2 capture applications

15:45-16:00

Workshop wrap-up and closure
Hanne Kvamsdal, SINTEF

 

Practical information - dinner and accomodation

There will be a sponsored dinner 13th September at 19.00 at the Fram musem at Bygdøy. A free bus transportation from the DNV GL venue to the museum and restaurant will be offered just after the program is finished. Then there will be an opportunity to also see the museum.

 Musemum webpage - Fram museum. 

Dinner is sponsored by Technology Centre Mongstad.

Participants must arrange for any hotelreservation by themselves. The following hotels are recommended:

Hotel Scandic Sjølyst, Sjølyst Plass 5, 0212 Oslo, Norway. This hotel is close to the Skøyen train station from which the free shuttle bus (marked with DNVGL) is leaving (every 30 minutes from 6:40 to 8:40). It is also relatively close to the Fram museum, the venue for the dinner.

Thon hotel Oslofjord, Sandviksveien 184, 1337 Sandvika, Norway. This hotel is close to the Sandvika train station from which the free shuttle bus (marked with DNVGL) is leaving (06:45 - 07:05 - 07:25 - 07:45 - 08:05 - 08:25 - 08:45 ). This hotel is closer to the workshop venue, but farther from Oslo city centre

Dinner at Fram museum
Senior Research Scientist