CO 2 Capture from Power Intensive Process Industries in Northern Norway

12 Pages Posted: 8 Apr 2021

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Karl Anders Hoff

SINTEF Industry

Geir Haugen

SINTEF Industry

Eli Hunnes

SINTEF Helgeland

Anette Mathisen

SINTEF Industry

Jan Gabor

Mo Industry Park

Date Written: March 26, 2021

Abstract

This paper presents results from a comprehensive technical feasibility study of CO2 capture from process industries with significant potential for CO2capture. Important elements include the evaluation potential for utilization of excess heat and the potential for improved overall process efficiency by integration of CO2capture in the overall energy system. Focus is aimed at commercial and near-commercial capture technologies, notably reactive absorption and membrane-based technologies, also representing capture technologies largely driven by thermal energy and mechanical/electrical energy, respectively.

Keywords: CO2 Capture, Process Industry, Excess Energy, Capture Technology

Suggested Citation

Hoff, Karl Anders and Haugen, Geir and Hunnes, Eli and Mathisen, Anette and Gabor, Jan, CO 2 Capture from Power Intensive Process Industries in Northern Norway (March 26, 2021). Proceedings of the 15th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference 15-18 March 2021, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3813314 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3813314

Karl Anders Hoff (Contact Author)

SINTEF Industry ( email )

Post box 4760 Torgarden
Trondheim, NO-7465
Norway

Geir Haugen

SINTEF Industry

Post box 4760 Torgarden
Trondheim, NO-7465
Norway

Eli Hunnes

SINTEF Helgeland ( email )

Norway

Anette Mathisen

SINTEF Industry ( email )

Post box 4760 Torgarden
Trondheim, NO-7465
Norway

Jan Gabor

Mo Industry Park ( email )

Mo i Rana
Norway

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