Vol 1 Chapter 10: Creative Chemical Approaches for Carbon Dioxide Removal from Flue Gas
Dag Eimer, Merethe Sjøvoll, Nils Eldrup, Richard H. Heyn, Olav Juliussen, Malcolm McLarney and Ole Swang
Carbon dioxide capture costs need to be reduced more than marginally. This work was initiated because of the realisation that new and radically different ways of dealing with carbon dioxide capture from exhaust gas must be searched for in parallel with research on already established paths. Perceived limitations for improvements in these established paths is a driver for such research. Another is the sheer amount of exhaust gas that is thought to need treatment in the future. The target set for the present project was to produce ideas with potential for reducing carbon dioxide capture costs by at least 50% relative to a defined reference case.
Carbon Dioxide Capture for Storage in Deep Geologic Formations – Results from the CO2 Capture Project Capture and Separation of Carbon Dioxide from Combustion Sources - Volume 1
Edited by: David C. Thomas, Senior Technical Advisor, Advanced Resources International Inc, USA
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