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CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) CAPTURE – TRANSPORTATION – STORAGE/SEQUESTRATION (CCS)

April 20, 2018

 

The purpose of this presentation is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the CCS system, as a whole; Reunite as much information as possible about each element of the process -capture facilities, transportation system, and storage-, and show the whole picture of the CCS.

 

Secondary objectives

 

•Present a clear definition of the CCS system.

•Show why the CCS systems are important in reducing the CO2 emissions in the fight against climate change.

•Define the sources, uses and properties of CO2.

•Explain all the elements involved in a CCS system.

•Display the costs regarding the implementation of CCS systems.

•Showcase existing CCS projects.

•Present the path toward the future in this technology.

 

DISCLAIMER

 

This document is a recompilation of various types of available information, regarding the different elements of the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) system.

 

USAENE prepared this document using the sources as indicated; a complete relation of the documentation used is available.

 

The purpose of the document is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the CCS system, as a whole; there is much information about each element as a separate process -capture facilities, transportation system, and storage-, but almost nothing about the whole picture of the CCS.

 

This document is not intended to use for design or engineering purposes or to approach a particular CCS application. In both cases, it is necessary to conduct the appropriate studies.

 

Complete presentation here

 

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