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GCEP Energy Workshops
Carbon Capture and Separation

April 27, 2004
Presentations available for download as PDFs.

Welcome and Introduction
GCEP Introduction and Workshop Purpose
Lynn Orr, GCEP
Overview
NETL Carbon Sequestration Program-US Perspective on CO2 Capture and Separation
Jared Ciferno, U.S. DOE - NETL
CO2 Separation-State of the Art and Future Prospects
Rodney Allam, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Key Findings of the CO2 Capture Project (CCP)
Cliff Lowe, ChevronTexaco Energy Technology Company
Recent Technology Developments
CO2 Separation with Molecular Membrane Systems
Shingo Kazama, RITE, Japan
Solvent Development for Aqueous Absorption/Stripping of Carbon Dioxide
Tim Cullinane, The University of Texas at Austin
Large-Scale Applications
Opportunities for Large-Scale Carbon Capture in Co-Production of Liquid Fuels and Power
Robert Williams, Princeton University
CO2 Removal From Natural Gas
Rusty Kelley, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company
MHI's Flue Gas CO2 Recovery Technology
Masaki Iijima, Mitsbubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Novel Technological Approaches
Carbon Dioxide Separation from Multi-Component Gas Streams Using Clathrate-Hydrates
Robert Currier, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Development of Regenerable, Sodium-Based Sorbents for CO2 Capture
Raghubir Gupta, Research Triangle Institute
Novel Vortex Membranes for CO2 Capture and Separation
Joseph Perkowski, INEEL
 
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