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Low-temperature CO2 removal from natural gas

Low-temperature CO2 removal from natural gas

Category
Academic lecture
Abstract
The following presentation will be based on preliminary results obtained in the KPN project A GREEN Sea. On the background of the project objective, “identify, mature and evaluate new technologies and concepts for acid gas removal (AGR) avoiding CO2 emissions to air and use of harmful chemicals”, different technology alternatives for acid gas removal are under investigation: membranes, low-temperature concepts, sorbents and solvents. This presentation will show results obtained for low-temperature CO2 removal from a raw natural gas feed stream containing 50% CO2. In order to compare acid gas removal concepts, different parameters such as energy efficiency, costs, flexibility, volumes, weights and others, can be used. Our presentation will contain two main sections: Estimates of energy consumption and heat and mass balances based on AspenTech HYSYS simulations Assessment of internal volumes and weights for the simulation models
Language
English
Author(s)
Affiliation
  • SINTEF Energy Research / Gassteknologi
  • SINTEF Energy Research / Termisk energi
  • SINTEF Energy Research
Presented at
2nd Trondheim Gas Technology Conference
Place
Trondheim
Date
02.11.2011 - 03.11.2011
Organizer
Gas Technology Centre NTNU-SINTEF
Year