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Development of Direct Utilization Technology for CO2-Rich Natural Gas in South China Sea

Wu Qing, Yu Guangxin, Tang Xiaoling, Zhang Liangliang, Zheng Yuguo

Strategic Study of CAE 2021, Volume 23, Issue 4,   Pages 172-181 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2021.04.020

Abstract: The efficient development and precise utilization of CO2-rich natural gas resources in the2-rich natural gas in the South China Sea.We suggest that research on the CO2-rich natural gas resources in the South China Sea shouldrich natural gas resources should be established, and the CO2-rich natural gas should be integratedFurthermore, the CO2-rich natural gas industry should be upgraded in the South China Sea,

Keywords: South China Sea     CO2-rich natural gas     dry reforming     CO2 hydrogenation     liquid fuel     fine chemicals    

Review on cryogenic technologies for CO removal from natural gas

Yujing BI, Yonglin JU

Frontiers in Energy 2022, Volume 16, Issue 5,   Pages 793-811 doi: 10.1007/s11708-022-0821-0

Abstract: CO2 in natural gas (NG) is prone to condense directly from gas to solid or solidify from liquidMeanwhile, CO2 will also affect the calorific value of NG.Based on the above reasons, CO2 must be removed during the NG liquefaction process.which provides a basis for the process design of cryogenic CO2 removal from NG.years are summarized, including the gas-liquid phase change technique and the gas-solid phase change

Keywords: cryogenic CO2 removal     purification of natural gas (NG)     biogas upgrading     CH4-CO2 binary system    

CO, N, and CO/N mixed gas injection for enhanced shale gas recovery and CO geological storage

Frontiers in Energy 2023, Volume 17, Issue 3,   Pages 428-445 doi: 10.1007/s11708-023-0865-9

Abstract: In addition, when the CO2 concentration in the mixed gas exceeded 50%, the adsorption capacityFor the core flooding tests, pure gas injection showed that the breakthrough time of CO2 wasFor CO2/N2 mixed gas injection, with the increase of CO2 concentrationthat with the increase of N2 concentration in the mixed gas, the breakthrough time of CO<> gas injection was about 35.96%, while for mixed gas CO2/N2 = 8:2,

Keywords: shale gas     gas injection     competitive adsorption     enhanced shale gas recovery     CO2 geological    

Impacts of CO2 and H2S on the risk of hydrate formation during pipeline transport of natural gas

Solomon A. Aromada, Bjørn Kvamme

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2019, Volume 13, Issue 3,   Pages 616-627 doi: 10.1007/s11705-019-1795-2

Abstract: Evaluation of maximum content of water in natural gas before water condenses out at a given temperatureand pressure is the initial step in hydrate risk analysis during pipeline transport of natural gas.The impacts of CO and H S in natural gas on the maximum mole-fractions of water that can be toleratedTroll gas from the North Sea is used as a reference case, it contains very negligible amount of CO andVarying mole-fractions of CO and H S were introduced into the Troll gas, and the effects these inorganic

Keywords: hydrate     hydrogen Sulphide     CO2     dew point     pipeline    

Characterization and catalytic activity of soft-templated NiO-CeO

Luciano Atzori, Maria Giorgia Cutrufello, Daniela Meloni, Barbara Onida, Delia Gazzoli, Andrea Ardu, Roberto Monaci, Maria Franca Sini, Elisabetta Rombi

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 2,   Pages 251-268 doi: 10.1007/s11705-020-1951-8

Abstract: After reduction in H at 400 °C for 1 h, the catalytic performance was studied in the CO and CO co-methanationCatalytic tests were performed at atmospheric pressure and 300 °C, using CO/CO /H molar compositionsWhereas CO was almost completely hydrogenated in any investigated experimental conditions, CO conversionwas strongly affected by both the CO/CO /H ratio and the space velocity.of CO and CO methanation.

Keywords: soft template method     NiO-CeO2 catalysts     CO and CO2 co-methanation     synthetic naturalgas production    

Effects of pressure and temperature on fixed-site carrier membrane for CO 2 separation from natural gas

Meng WANG, Dongxiao YANG, Zhi WANG, Jixiao WANG, Shichang WANG,

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2,   Pages 127-132 doi: 10.1007/s11705-009-0231-4

Abstract: In this paper, the effect of testing temperature on the performance of fixed carrier membrane for COThe permselectivity of the membranes was measured with CO/CH mixed gas.The results showed that both the permeances of CO and CH decreased with the increase of temperature,At the feed pressure of 0.11MPa, the CO/ CH selectivity of PEI-PVA/PS blend composite membrane

Keywords: temperature increment     high pressure     permselectivity     separation performance     temperature    

Interactions between the Design and Operation of Shale Gas Networks, Including CO2 Sequestration

Sharifzadeh Mahdi,Xingzhi Wang,Nilay Shah

Engineering 2017, Volume 3, Issue 2,   Pages 244-256 doi: 10.1016/J.ENG.2017.02.007

Abstract: drilling, hydraulic fracturing, periodic well shut-in, and carbon dioxide (CO2) injectionbehavior of shale gas networks.profitable design; and that drilling, fracturing, and CO2 injection have great impacts onIn particular, due to the high costs, enhanced gas recovery (EGR) using CO2 does not appearto be commercially competitive, unless tax abatements or subsidies are available for CO2

Keywords: Shale gas     Hydraulic fracturing     Scheduling     Well shut-in     CO2 sequestration     Simultaneous optimization    

Greenhouse gas emissions during co-composting of cattle feedlot manure with construction and demolition

Xiying Hao, Francis J. Larney

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 3, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0955-1

Abstract: This research investigated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions during cattle manure stockpiling or compostingThe CK and DG manures were co-composted with (4:1) C&D waste (treatments: CK_CD DG_CD), composted aloneComposting with C&D waste produced similar CO emissions, about double that from manure stockpiling (

Keywords: Livestock manure     greenhouse gas flux     straw bale compost bin     N2O     CH4     CO2   

consumption structure in China and the economic analysis of coupled wind power and coal to substitute naturalgas

Yu Bo,Cao Chen and Gu Weidong

Strategic Study of CAE 2015, Volume 17, Issue 3,   Pages 100-106

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In this paper,taking an annual output of 1×109 m3 coal to substitute natural gas(SNG) as anexample,Shell coal gasification technology was used to produce synthesis gas.The equipment investment of air separation system(ASU),water gas shift system(WGS),wind power plant(WPThe oxygen consumption,water steam consumption,electricity consumption and CO2 emission were also analyzedits average annual operating cost(equipment investment,raw materials,power consumption) is lower,and CO2

Keywords: energy consumption;coal-to-SNG;non-grid wind power;economic analysis;CO2 emission    

Internal corrosion control and monitoring of Puguang gas gathering system

Ou Li,Li Shijie,Su Guofeng

Strategic Study of CAE 2010, Volume 12, Issue 10,   Pages 70-75

Abstract: style="text-align: justify;">The corrosion features of highly hydrogen sulfur and carbon dioxide sour gaswere introduced, and the corrosion research results of simulating site operation condition of Puguang gasgathering system during the Puguang Gas Field development were discussed.inhibitor + pigging + corrosion monitoring"  was expounded which is designed for the Puguang GasField with highly hydrogen sulfuer , involuted terrain, a dense population, and a "wet"  gas

Keywords: Puguang sour gas field     H2S     CO2     wet gas transmission     corrosion inhibition     corrosion monitoring    

Research on the theory and application of adsorbed natural gas used in new energy vehicles: A review

Zhengwei NIE,Yuyi LIN,Xiaoyi JIN

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2016, Volume 11, Issue 3,   Pages 258-274 doi: 10.1007/s11465-016-0381-2

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Natural gas, whose primary constituent is methane, has been considered a convincing alternative forAdsorbed natural gas (ANG), the most promising methane storage method, has been an active field of studyANG constitutes a safe and low-cost way to store methane for natural gas vehicles at an acceptable energy

Keywords: adsorbed natural gas (ANG)     adsorbent     adsorption theory     conformable tank     natural gas vehicles (NGVs)    

A novel methodology for forecasting gas supply reliability of natural gas pipeline systems

Feng CHEN, Changchun WU

Frontiers in Energy 2020, Volume 14, Issue 2,   Pages 213-223 doi: 10.1007/s11708-020-0672-5

Abstract: In this paper, a novel systematic and integrated methodology to assess gas supply reliability is proposedThe result of the gas pipeline system calculated is the average gas supply reliability in each typicalTo verify the feasibility, the method proposed is applied for a real natural gas pipelines network systemThe comparison of the results calculated and the actual gas supply reliability based on the filed datathe gas supply reliability from two dimensions of quantity and time.

Keywords: natural gas pipeline system     gas supply reliability     evaluation index     Monte Carlo method     hydraulic simulation    

Experimental study on capturing CO 2 greenhouse gas by mixture of ammonia and soil

Ying WU, Yifei WANG, Qinghua ZENG, Xin GONG, Zunhong YU,

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 4,   Pages 468-473 doi: 10.1007/s11705-009-0257-7

Abstract: This paper presents our study on removal of carbon dioxide (CO) greenhouse gas emissions by using theCO capture capacity using this method is 15% higher than the sum of ammonia chemical absorption capacityThe removal effect is not only reflected in ammonia chemical reaction with CO.CO can also be absorbed by ammonium bicarbonate (NHHCO) crystal, which is the main component of the productCO can be permanently deposited as carbonated minerals in the subsoil earth layers.

Keywords: electron microscopy     product     physical adsorption     capacity     spectroscopy    

Corrigendum to “Interactions between the Design and Operation of Shale Gas Networks, IncludingCO2 Sequestration” [Engineering (2017) 244–256] Corrigendum

Mahdi Sharifzadeh,Xingzhi Wang,Nilay Shah

Engineering 2017, Volume 3, Issue 3,   Pages 429-429 doi: 10.1016/J.ENG.2017.03.027

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Development of Direct Utilization Technology for CO2-Rich Natural Gas in South China Sea

Wu Qing, Yu Guangxin, Tang Xiaoling, Zhang Liangliang, Zheng Yuguo

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Review on cryogenic technologies for CO removal from natural gas

Yujing BI, Yonglin JU

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CO, N, and CO/N mixed gas injection for enhanced shale gas recovery and CO geological storage

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Impacts of CO2 and H2S on the risk of hydrate formation during pipeline transport of natural gas

Solomon A. Aromada, Bjørn Kvamme

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Characterization and catalytic activity of soft-templated NiO-CeO

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Effects of pressure and temperature on fixed-site carrier membrane for CO 2 separation from natural gas

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Interactions between the Design and Operation of Shale Gas Networks, Including CO2 Sequestration

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Greenhouse gas emissions during co-composting of cattle feedlot manure with construction and demolition

Xiying Hao, Francis J. Larney

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consumption structure in China and the economic analysis of coupled wind power and coal to substitute naturalgas

Yu Bo,Cao Chen and Gu Weidong

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Internal corrosion control and monitoring of Puguang gas gathering system

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A novel methodology for forecasting gas supply reliability of natural gas pipeline systems

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