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Deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage
Insights, Case Studies, and Key Learnings
1st Edition - August 26, 2023
Editors: Lydia Rycroft, Filip Neele
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Deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage: Insights, Case Studies, and Key Learnings presents the latest research and technologies on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), building on… Read more
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Deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage: Insights, Case Studies, and Key Learnings presents the latest research and technologies on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), building on the topics to provide case studies and lesson learned from early stage projects. The book highlights CCS storage technologies deployed at scale to offer readers insights and guidance that will ensure they make sound decisions when developing CCS programs. Cost and risk minimization techniques are included to minimize cost and risk for wide-scale commercial deployment required by 2050. Global case studies on CCS technology and high TLR provide readers with unique insight into worldwide activity.
Readers will gain a thorough understanding of the full CCS chain as applied across multiple settings including energy, chemical, geological and environmental industries, as well as an authoritative understanding of international policy and regulation factors.
Includes an international case study from a variety of regions that provides insights and context to topics discussed
Promotes best practices that support readers in their decision-making
Includes high TRL technology insights, focusing on technologies reaching commercial deployment to achieve 2050 sustainability targets
Graduate students of CCS and those coming to the topic from an adjacent discipline, policy and regulation developers, future operators of CCS in energy, chemical, geological, environmental and industrial engineering
Table of Contents
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Chapter one. Introduction to carbon capture and storage
1.1 Carbon capture and storage and the Paris agreement
1.2 Carbon capture and storage applications
1.3 Importance of carbon capture and storage
1.4 Sustainability of carbon capture and storage
1.5 Role of governments in first-of-a-kind projects
1.6 Case study foreword: a call to action for policymakers
1.7 First-of-a-kind case study: Boundary Dam
Chapter two. CO2 capture technologies
2.2 Amine-based CO2 capture
2.3 Amine capture case study: Mitsubishi heavy industries technology
2.4 Oxyfuel combustion and cryogenic CO2 capture
2.5 Oxyfuel capture case study: Polysius Technology
2.6 Other CO2 capture technologies
Chapter three. CO2 transportation and network development
3.2 Developing carbon capture and storage hubs and clusters
3.3 Modes of transport
Chapter four. Geological storage of CO2
4.2 Storage types
4.3 Site management
No. of pages: 400
Published: August 26, 2023
Imprint: Woodhead Publishing
Paperback ISBN: 9780323954983
eBook ISBN: 9780323954990
Lydia Rycroft is a geoscientist on TNO’s subsurface team in Utrecht, Netherlands (part of the Geological Survey of the Netherlands). She has a Master’s Degree in Geology from Imperial College London having also spent a year studying Earth Sciences abroad at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her Master’s dissertation was based on convective flow in porous media where she designed an experiment to study the convective dissolution of CO2 into brine at the Qatar Carbonate and Carbon Storage Research Centre. Following graduation, she spent 3 years working for the International Energy Agency’s Greenhouse Gas R&D program (IEAGHG) developing knowledge on CCUS deployment internationally. Her current work at TNO covers various technical and regulatory aspects of CO2 transport and storage with a focus on European developments and the Dutch North Sea sector.
Affiliations and expertise
Geoscientist on TNO’s subsurface team in Utrecht, Netherlands (part of the Geological Survey of the Netherlands)
Filip Neele is the lead scientist on CO2 transport and storage on TNO’s subsurface team in Utrecht. He holds a PhD in seismology from Utrecht University. He has been active in the field of CCS since 2006 and has set up and led projects that cover a wide range of topics in CO2 transport and storage, such as regional screening studies for CO2 storage capacity and detailed storage feasibility assessments. He has a keen interest in CCS network development, in the role that ship transport can play and in the evolution of multi-asset storage networks. He is currently working on effective and efficient approaches to monitoring operational CO2 projects.
Affiliations and expertise
Lead Scientist on CO2 transport and storage on TNO’s subsurface team in Utrecht.