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China’s policy framework for carbon capture, utilization and storage: Review, analysis, and outlook

Frontiers in Energy   Pages 400-411 doi: 10.1007/s11708-023-0862-z

Abstract: Carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) is estimated to contribute substantial CO2emission reduction to carbon neutrality in China.To meet the reduction demand of China’s carbon neutral goal, policies need to be tailored according to

Keywords: carbon capture     utilization     and storage (CCUS)     policy     content analysis     China    

Linking renewables and fossil fuels with carbon capture via energy storage for a sustainable energy future

Dawid P. Hanak, Vasilije Manovic

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 3,   Pages 453-459 doi: 10.1007/s11705-019-1892-2

Abstract: Renewable energy sources and low-carbon power generation systems with carbon capture and storage (CCSDeployment of energy storage is expected to increase grid stability and renewable energy utilisation.power sector of the future, therefore, needs to seek a synergy between renewable energy sources and low-carbonThis can be achieved via wide deployment of CCS linked with energy storage.capacity, as well as linking other CCS technologies with renewable energy sources via energy storage

Keywords: carbon capture     energy storage     renewable energy sources     decarbonisation     fossil fuels    

Lifecycle carbon footprint and cost assessment for coal-to-liquid coupled with carbon capture, storage

Frontiers in Energy   Pages 412-427 doi: 10.1007/s11708-023-0879-3

Abstract: The coal-to-liquid coupled with carbon capture, utilization, and storage technology has the potentialand levelized costs of direct-coal-to-liquid and indirect-coal-to-liquid coupled with the carbon captureutilization and storage technology under three scenarios: non capture, process capture, process andThe results show that, first, the coupling carbon capture utilization and storage technology can reduceWhen coupled with the carbon capture utilization and storage technology, the levelized cost of direct-coal-to-liquid

Keywords: coal-to-liquid     carbon capture     utilization and storage (CCUS)     carbon footprint     levelized cost of liquid    

An adaptive policy-based framework for China’s Carbon Capture and Storage development

Xiaoliang YANG, Wolfgang HEIDUG, Douglas COOKE

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2019, Volume 6, Issue 1,   Pages 78-86 doi: 10.1007/s42524-019-0003-x

Abstract: This stance includes making a commitment that Chinese carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions willmeasures through the 13th Five-Year Plan to support energy efficiency, clean energy technology, and carbonChinese policymakers consider carbon capture and storage (CCS) a critical bridging technology to helpgranularity, in particular relating to the development of a CCS infrastructure and the development of storage-focused

Keywords: CCS     policy     climate change     China    

System integration of CCS, CCUS, CCRS, CMC

Jin Yong, Zhu Bing, Hu Shanying, Hong Liyun

Strategic Study of CAE 2010, Volume 12, Issue 8,   Pages 49-55

Abstract:

Carbon Capture Storage (CCS), energy conservation and emission reductionproduction and life, and the development of renewable energy are the three core issues in developing low-carbonCarbon Capture Use and Storage (CCUS) and Carbon Capture Reuse and Storage (CCRS), as the two conceptscarrier the element should be recycled, which give rise to a new concept of Comprehensive Management of Carbon

Keywords: low carbon economy     Carbon Capture and Storage     Carbon Capture Use and Storage     Carbon Capture Reuseand Storage     Comprehensive Management of Carbon    

Development of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Technology in China

Zhang Xian, Li Yang, Ma Qiao, Liu Lingna

Strategic Study of CAE 2021, Volume 23, Issue 6,   Pages 70-80 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2021.06.004

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Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is an indispensable optionfor achieving carbon neutrality.In terms of reduction potential and demand, the theoretical storage capacity of CCUS and the demand forHowever, the onshore storage potentials in different regions are significantly varied when source&ndashcost of CCUS technology is high, CCUS remains a cost-effective emission-reduction option for achieving carbon

Keywords: carbon neutrality,carbon capture     utilization and storage (CCUS),technology research and demonstration    

Technical Perspective of Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Perspectives

Qingyang Lin, Xiao Zhang, Tao Wang, Chenghang Zheng, Xiang Gao

Engineering 2022, Volume 14, Issue 7,   Pages 27-32 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2021.12.013

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Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the primary greenhouse gas contributing to anthropogenic climateCarbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) is a sustainability technology promising in terms ofFrom this perspective, the discussion on carbon capture focuses on chemical absorption technology, primarilyThe carbon utilization focuses on electrochemical conversion routes converting CO2 into potentiallyFor carbon storage, successful deployment relies on a better understanding of fluid mechanics, geomechanics

Keywords: CCUS     Carbon capture     Carbon utilization     Carbon storage     Chemical absorption     Electrochemical conversion     Storage mechanism    

Technology System of Offshore Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage

Li Jianghui, Li Pengchun, Li Yanzun, Tong Feng

Strategic Study of CAE 2023, Volume 25, Issue 2,   Pages 173-186 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2023.07.015

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Offshore carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) is an engineeringsolution and technical system developed by coastal countries or regions to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2potential and safer storage environment.Offshore CCUS comprises capturing CO2 from large coastal or offshore carbon emission sources, compressingroutes and trends of representative offshore CCUS technologies are summarized, including CO2 plant capture

Keywords: offshore carbon capture     utilization and storage     CO2 capture     CO2 transport     CO2 storage     CO2 utilization    

Achievements, challenges and global implications of China’s carbon neutral pledge

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 8, doi: 10.1007/s11783-022-1532-9

Abstract: China has been committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2060.China’s pledge of carbon neutrality will play an essential role in galvanising global climate action,China’s carbon neutrality could reduce global warming by approximately 0.2–0.3 °C and save around 1.8action and can inspire other large carbon emitters to contribute actively to mitigate carbon emissionsIn particular, if China can peak carbon emissions earlier, it can lower the costs of the carbon neutral

Keywords: Carbon neutrality     Carbon peak     Renewable energy     Negative emission     Carbon capture     Utilisation andstorage     Nature-based solution    

A systemic review of hydrogen supply chain in energy transition

Frontiers in Energy 2023, Volume 17, Issue 1,   Pages 102-122 doi: 10.1007/s11708-023-0861-0

Abstract: However, the technologies of hydrogen upstream production, midstream transportation and storage, andIn the upstream, blue hydrogen is dominating the current hydrogen supply, and an implementation of carboncapture and sequestration (CCS) can raise its cost by 30%.the long-term, green hydrogen will dominate the market owing to its high energy intensity and zero carbonintensity which provides a promising option for energy storage.

Keywords: hydrogen production     hydrogen transportation and storage     hydrogen economy     carbon capture and sequestration    

Improving Prediction Accuracy of a Rate-Based Model of an MEA-Based Carbon Capture Process for Large-Scale

Xiaobo Luo,Meihong Wang

Engineering 2017, Volume 3, Issue 2,   Pages 232-243 doi: 10.1016/J.ENG.2017.02.001

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Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology will play a critical role in reducing anthropogenic carbonHowever, the increment of energy cost caused by equipping a carbon capture process is the main barrierTo reduce the capital and operating costs of carbon capture, great efforts have been made to achievecapture process by multistage model validations.A case study was carried out for carbon capture from a 250 MWe combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power

Keywords: Process modeling     Model validation     Monoethanolamine     Carbon capture     Combined cycle gas turbine power plant     Carbon capture and storage    

Reduction potential of the energy penalty for CO capture in CCS

Frontiers in Energy   Pages 390-399 doi: 10.1007/s11708-023-0864-x

Abstract: CO2 capture and storage (CCS) has been acknowledged as an essential part of a portfolio ofOne of the crucial reasons for this delay lies in the unaffordable penalty caused by CO2 captureFrom the aspects of separation and capture technology innovation, the potential and promising directionUnder the carbon neutral target recently proposed by the Chinese government, the role of CCS and the

Keywords: CO2 capture and storage (CCS)     CO2 separation     energy penalty    

Metal Corrosion in Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage: Progress and Challenges

Xiang Yong , Yuan Yu , Zhou Pei , Liu Guangsheng , Lyu Wei , Li Mingxing , Zhang Chunxia , Zhou Qingjun , Zhao Xuehui , Yan Wei

Strategic Study of CAE 2023, Volume 25, Issue 3,   Pages 197-208 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2023.07.026

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This study reviews the metal corrosion problem regarding the carbon capturethis problem and thus deal with the severe material corrosion failures in the capture, transportation, utilization, and storage systems.For the CO2 organic amine capture system, the degradation mechanism of absorbents and the impactsystems under the long-term coupled effects of ultra-high CO2 partial pressure, carbon source impurities

Keywords: carbon capture     utilization     and storage     carbon source impurities     corrosion environment characteristics    

Techno-economic comparison of three technologies for pre-combustion CO

Simon Roussanaly, Monika Vitvarova, Rahul Anantharaman, David Berstad, Brede Hagen, Jana Jakobsen, Vaclav Novotny, Geir Skaugen

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 3,   Pages 436-452 doi: 10.1007/s11705-019-1870-8

Abstract: ; (3) Low-temperature capture.without capture.are the most efficient capture technologies.increase in CO avoidance cost when considering partial capture.Finally, the cost of the whole CCS chain was estimated at 54 €· once pipeline transport and storage

Keywords: carbon capture and storage (CCS)     techno-economic comparison     pre-combustion capture     physical solvent     low-temperaturecapture    

Application of membrane separation technology in post-combustion carbon dioxide capture process

Mo LI,Xiaobin JIANG,Gaohong HE

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2014, Volume 8, Issue 2,   Pages 233-239 doi: 10.1007/s11705-014-1408-z

Abstract: Membrane separation technology is a possible breakthrough in post-combustion carbon dioxide capture process

Keywords: membranes     carbon dioxide capture     separation     polymers     post-combustion    

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An adaptive policy-based framework for China’s Carbon Capture and Storage development

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System integration of CCS, CCUS, CCRS, CMC

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