An Overview of CO2CRC's Capture Program

11 Pages Posted: 4 Apr 2019 Last revised: 24 Apr 2019

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Abdul Qader

CO2CRC Ltd

Paul A. Webley

The University of Melbourne, School of Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering

Penny Xiao

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Greg Qiao

CO2CRC Ltd

Qiang Fu

CO2CRC Ltd

Sandra Kentish

CO2CRC Ltd

Colin Scholes

University of Melbourne

Vicki Chen

CO2CRC Ltd

Hongyu Li

CO2CRC Ltd

Jai Kant Pandit

CO2CRC Ltd

Abstract

CO2CRC’s capture program has established a formidable reputation over the past decade, not only for identifying practical advancements in solvent, membrane, adsorption, membrane contactor and cryogenic technologies for CO2 separation from flue gas, syngas and acid gas, but also for advancing the understanding of the principles that underpin these. CO2CRC, has successfully operated in-field pilot test facilities providing it with knowledge and expertise in the development of cost-effective solutions for carbon capture in local conditions thus making CO2 capture and utilization an attractive option to bring down the greenhouse gas emissions. CO2CRC is looking beyond energy and power sector and actively engaged in providing services and consultancy to carbon intensive industries like iron and steel industry, cement plants and production of hydrogen from coal with carbon capture.

Keywords: Other, GHGT-14;carbon capture; membrane contactor; adsorbent; membrane; gas refining; CO2CRC; Otway

Suggested Citation

Qader, Abdul and Webley, Paul A. and Xiao, Penny and Qiao, Greg and Fu, Qiang and Kentish, Sandra and Scholes, Colin and Chen, Vicki and Li, Hongyu and Pandit, Jai Kant, An Overview of CO2CRC's Capture Program. 14th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference Melbourne 21-26 October 2018 (GHGT-14) . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3366257

Abdul Qader

CO2CRC Ltd

11 – 15 Argyle Place South
Carlton
Australia

Paul A. Webley

The University of Melbourne, School of Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering ( email )

Parkville, 2010
Australia

Penny Xiao

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Parkville, 2010
Australia

Greg Qiao

CO2CRC Ltd

11 – 15 Argyle Place South
Carlton
Australia

Qiang Fu

CO2CRC Ltd

11 – 15 Argyle Place South
Carlton
Australia

Sandra Kentish

CO2CRC Ltd

11 – 15 Argyle Place South
Carlton
Australia

Colin Scholes

University of Melbourne

Vicki Chen

CO2CRC Ltd

11 – 15 Argyle Place South
Carlton
Australia

Hongyu Li

CO2CRC Ltd

11 – 15 Argyle Place South
Carlton
Australia

Jai Kant Pandit (Contact Author)

CO2CRC Ltd ( email )

11 – 15 Argyle Place South
Carlton
Australia

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