Compact Light-Weight CO2 Capture Technologies for Small-to-Medium-Scale CO2 Emitters
As we approach the 4th quarter of 2020, The Catalyst Group Resources (TCGR) continues to provide forward-looking advice in its new multi-client and select-client reports along with those delivered for its membership programs.
Because of your focus in the field of CO2 capture technologies, we are sharing access to a Power Point Deck which extracts the important and salient findings from our recently completed techno-economic report entitled, Compact Light-Weight CO2 Capture Technologies for Small-to-Medium-Scale CO2 Emitters. This report was developed as one of three reports delivered in 2019 exclusively to members of our Carbon Dioxide Capture and Conversion (CO2CC) Program.
Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS) is one of several techniques under consideration for decarbonization required to meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement. While much CO2 is emitted from large power point sources, there are in the order of 100,000’s of small-to-medium emitters globally across different sectors making up at least one quarter of the total CO2 released, and these must also be tackled. This timely report consists of two main chapters: One looks at the profile of small-medium emitters, describing the processes in which their CO2 emissions are produced, the flue-gas characteristics and the status of CCS for each sector; The second goes on to detail the CCS processes available at those volumes with those qualities, including cryogenic, liquid, and solids, including Direct Air Capture (DAC) and membrane-type separations. A view of the success of each technique in the different sectors is provided. The report will be invaluable for those looking to develop and/or offer CCS solutions for small-to-medium emitters and for manufacturers wishing to reduce the carbon footprint of their existing facilities and planned new units.
More information about this report and other services of the CO2CC Program can be seen at http://www.catalystgrp.com/php/tcgr_co2cc.php. Call +1-215-628-4447 or e-mail Chris Dziedziak at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll be happy to discuss these and other interesting membership