CCT 2019 Programme – Day 2

Wednesday the 5th of June 2019

Room 1

Greg Kennedy
– Senior Project Manager, Petra Nova, NRG

Charles McConnell
– Executive Director, Centre for Carbon Management in Energy, University of Houston

Chair: Noel Simento

Can the Paris agreement facilitate CCS/CCUS projects? Lessons learned from the Kyoto Protocol and COP24
– Kipp Coddington, University of Wyoming

Enabling CO2 storage for Australia 
– Noel Simento, ANLEC R&D

Enabling a gasification and carbon capture economy in India: An integrated techno-economic analysis
– Atanu Mukherjee, M.N Dastur and Co.

CCUS Policy Parity: Mechanisms to Overcome the Disparity – Will Polen, United States Energy Association

Chair: Lynn Brickett

Boundary Dam 3: Upgrades, updates and performance optimization of the world’s first fully integrated CCS plant on coal
– Corwyn Bruce, International CCS Knowledge Centre

Status update of US Department of Energy major fossil energy carbon capture and geologic storage demonstration projects in operation and lessons learned
– Venkat Venkataraman, NETL

Project status update of the Wyoming integrated test center
– William Morris, Wyoming Integrated Test Centre

Real-time aerosol measurements in post-combustion capture at National Carbon Capture Center (NCCC)
– Abhijit Bhagavatula, Southern Company Services

Pilot testing of an amine-based solvent at a low-rank coal-fired power system 
– Jason D. Laumb, University of North Dakota, Energy & Environmental Research Center

Chair: Erik Meuleman

2nd generation CCS – a case study for implementing CCS technology on SaskPower’s Shand Power Station at reduced capital costs and increased performance flexibility
– Brent Jacobs, The International CCS Knowledge Centre

Reducing CO2 Capture Cost by 30% Using Advanced KM CDR Process
– Takashi Kamijo, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Development of CO2 capture technologies for coal-fired power plants in China: Idealized test challenges for China-specific conditions
– Pingjiao Hao, NICE America Research

Design and costing of ION’s CO2 capture plant retrofitted to a 300 MW slipstream of a coal-fired power plant
– A Awtry, ION Engineering

Chair: Holly Krutka, Peabody

Lynn Brickett – US DOE
Shannon Angielski – Carbon Utilization Research Council
Charlene Russell  – Occidental Petroleum

Room 2

Chair: Connie Senior

Environmental and health impact assessment of past technology incorporated in coal-fuelled plants: A global perspective using EDGAR-FASST model
– Gabriel David Oreggioni, JRC Ispra

Multipollutant emission control with ClO2-based technology
– Anette Heijnesson Hultén, Nouryon

Computational modeling of a laboratory-scale ESP
– David Branken, North-West University

Modelling of the unsteady state absorption of sulphur dioxide in an aqueous limestone slurry with precipitation of calcium sulphite
– Raymond Everson, North-West University

Chair: Lesley Sloss

Monitoring of Mercury Emissions to optimize sorbent injections in Power and Cement Producing Plants 
– Joseph Siperstein, OhioLumex

Mercury re-emission and its mechanism – research in full-scale lignite-fired power plant
– Renata Krzyżyńska, Wrocław University of Science and Technology

Mercury emissions from combustion of coal and lignite in large combustion plants in the Czech Republic
– Lukas Pilar, Czech Technical University in Prague

Migration and identification of mercury species in wet flue gas desulfurization system using temperature programmed decomposition
– Yongchun Zhao, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Chair: David Lyons

An overview of clean coal technologies in the DOE transformative power generation program
– John Rockey, NETL

DICE-gas turbine compound reheat combined cycle
– John Gulen, Bechtel Infrastructure and Power

Making coal relevant for small-scale applications: modular gasification for syngas/engine CHP applications in challenging environments
– Brent J Sheets, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Modular coal gasification
– Heather Nikolic, University of Kentucky Centre for Applied Energy Research

Room 3

Chair: Sarma Pisupati

A mathematical model to determine ignition of a single solid fuel particle
– Tejas Ashar, University of Sheffield

Modelling of trace element fate in an entrained-flow solid fuel combustion unit
– Wahyu Meka, Imperial College London

Experimental and Numerical Study of the Effect of CO2 on the Ignition Delay Times of Methane and Ethane under Different Pressures
– Chun Zou, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Chair: Andrew Minchener

Technological innovation & practices in modern coal conversion by China Energy
– Mr Wu Xingbin

R-GAS coal gasification technology
– Eric Z. Zhou, Gas Technology Institute

High-sulfur petroleum coke gasification for hydrogen-rich syngas production
– Jiantao Zhao, Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Development of catalytic microchannel reactor technology for hydrogen-based gas processing
– Raymond Everson, North-West University

Chair: Richard Horner

HUMAXX MicGAS™ Coal Bio Refinery Techno-Economic Analysis for Deployment in Wyoming
– Daman S. Walia, Archtech

Hg and SO2 emission control potential of activated carbons based on brown coal and influence of material structure and composition
– Stefan Thiel, TU Freiberg

Development of X-MAT® coal core composite for building materials applications
– Bill Easter, Semplastics

A novel integrated solution for making valuable high carbon content products from coal with near zero carbon footprint
Richard Horner, University of Wyoming

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