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GPA Europe Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage Webinar

Be part of our digital journey which continues in February 2022. A session organised by our CCUS KSI Group.


FREE of charge for all. We'll bring you sessions of substance with a live Q&A.


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Welcome to our CCUS Webinar

Be part of our digital journey which continues on Thursday 17 February 2022 at 12pm GMT (1pm CET). A session organised by our CCUS KSI Group.

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We are delighted to present our CCUS programme to you. Please note this is subject to change.

Information is being added regularly so do come back!

Please note timings are GMT, please add 1 hour for European, CET.

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Our webinar will be approximately 2 hours, starting at 12pm GMT (1pm CET).

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12:00 - 12:05   Welcome
     
12:05 - 12:40   Richa Bhusan, Shell Technology Centre Bangalore
     
12:40 - 13:15   Dr Ricardo Wanderley, Aker Carbon Capture
     
13:15 - 13:50   Chet Biliyok, Petrofac Facilities Management Ltd
     
13:50 - 14:00   Closing Remarks & Webinar Close
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We are delighted to present our Virtual Programme to you. Please note this is subject to change.

Information is being added regularly so do come back!

 

17 February 2022

12:05 - 12:40 GMT

Zero Steam Carbon Capture Designs?

Speaker: Richa Bhusan, Shell Technology Centre Bangalore

Along with companies, cities, and financial institutions, more than 130 countries have now set or are considering a target of reducing emissions to net zero by mid-century. Hence, adopting waste heat gas recovery, cogeneration technologies or low carbon electricity is needed to transition to industrial energy productivity breakthroughs. Projects need to optimize the power to steam demand ratio depending on project specific OPEX metrics. There are decades of experience of successfully operating and designing amine treating units in the industry and the objective of this presentation is to discuss pathways to reach absolute minimum steam demand for pre-combustion carbon capture (ADIP-ULTRA) units. These pathways leverage concepts on smart integration of amine flows with heat and power recovery options. The tipping point for projects may vary but the intent of the presentation is to showcase tools and handles to achieve the optimizations of power and steam.

 

12:40 - 13:15 GMT

Risk Mitigation in Carbon Capture Technology Design with the ACC™ Mobile Test Unit

Speaker: Dr Ricardo Wanderley, Aker Carbon Capture

In order to reduce risks in full-scale carbon capture facility development, pilot testing on specific flue gases has proven to be a key enabler to mature Aker Carbon Capture’s ACC™ technology. Flue gas characteristics, such as CO2 concentration and specific impurities, are unique to each specific industrial plant, even within the same industrial sector. It is important to understand how these characteristics influence the process design of a carbon capture plant in terms of solvent degradation and emissions for example, in order to build efficient, low cost, and low risk full-scale carbon capture plants.

ACC’s Mobile Test Unit (MTU) has been applied at various industrial sites for the purpose of qualifying flue gases for carbon capture. The MTU proved to be a valuable asset for competence development, process optimization, and risk mitigation. Results from MTU campaigns were a key input to technology development, both for small, standardised designs (Just Catch™) and for larger bespoke designs. These campaigns enabled ACC to experiment with novel solvents, refine our technology, and better define process parameters. This presentation will focus on the design of the MTU, some of its remarkable deliverables, and how the MTU helped shape the ACC™ process and our confidence in our technology.

 

13:15 - 13:50 GMT

Deploying Hot Potassium Carbonate Process for Post Combustion CO2 Capture

Speaker: Chet Biliyok, Petrofac Facilities Management Ltd

Authors: Mohammed NavedKhan, Carlos Gutierrez, Chet Biliyok, Petrofac Facilities Management Ltd, United Kingdom

Stockholm Exergi (SE) is developing a full-scale bio-CCS plant to annually capture >800,000 ton of emitted CO2 from the 375MW biomass fired KVV8 combined heat and power (CHP) plant at Värtaverket in Stockholm. The extracted CO2 is subsequently shipped out under cryogenic conditions for permanent storage  to create a carbon sink. To deploy a process at KVV8 that captures a minimum of 90% of the CO2 emissions, several factors are considered, such as operational cost & efficiency; integration requirements; health, safety & environment (HSE); layout /space and construction requirements; CO2 offtake approach, among others.

Subsequently, Stockholm Exergi selected a hot potassium carbonate (HPC) solvent based CO2 removal process as the preferred post-combustion CO2 capture technology to be implemented and retrofitted onto KVV8. HPC-based CO2 removal processes have been successfully deployed for decades in various industries, such as in gas sweetening and steam methane reformers, but has not been applied to flue gas streams at large scale.

In Q2 2021, Petrofac was awarded a Front end engineering design (FEED) study for a large scale HPC CO2 capture integrated to the CHP plant, along with CO2 compression, dehydration, liquefaction, storage and offloading. The design of the CO2 capture unit has an innovative heat recuperation to maximize the efficiency of the CO2 absorption and desorption from flue gas while using a safe, readily available and non-hazardous solvent that does not degrade or produce harmful emissions.

In completing the FEED study, Petrofac encountered and addressed several challenges related to equipment scale-up, heat integration and plant layout, and we are able to demonstrate that such a HPC CO2 capture can be deployed at scale and retrofitted without significant disruption to the host plant operations and mechanical integrity, while also satisfying crucial project requirements such as efficiency and HSE.

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