June 2021

21.06.2021

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CGTN: Carbon capture technology: China is going to move fast

"This article focuses on the fact that China is now well-positioned to demonstrate global leadership in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology. Along with ensuring its energy security, such efforts will support the country's other strategic sectors of sustainable development."

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16.06.2021

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Saidi, Majid; Inaloo, Ebrahim Balaghi (2021): CO2 Removal Using 1DMA2P Solvent via Membrane Technology: Rate Based Modeling and Sensitivity Analysis

Saidi, Majid; Inaloo, Ebrahim Balaghi (2021): CO2 Removal Using 1DMA2P Solvent via Membrane Technology: Rate Based Modeling and Sensitivity Analysis. In Chemical Engineering and Processing - Process Intensification, p. 108464. DOI: 10.1016/j.cep.2021.108464.

"A numerically solved reaction rate/kinetic model for CO2 removal from a CO2/N2 gas mixture into novel reactive 1-dimethylamino-2-propanol (1DMA2P) solution in a gas–liquid membrane contactor was constructed."

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16.06.2021

# New Publications

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Kiani, Ali; et al. (2021): Liquefied synthetic methane from ambient CO2 and renewable H2 - A technoeconomic study

Kiani, Ali; Lejeune, Michael; Li, Chaoen; Patel, Jim; Feron, Paul (2021): Liquefied synthetic methane from ambient CO2 and renewable H2 - A technoeconomic study. In Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, p. 104079. DOI: 10.1016/j.jngse.2021.104079.

"In this work, we conducted a technoeconomic analysis of the production of liquefied synthetic methane (LSM) from ambient CO2 and renewable H2."

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16.06.2021

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"NARUC Subcommittee on Clean Coal and Carbon Management / NARUC-DOE Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Partnership Webinar: Policy Outlook for Carbon Capture in the 2020s

"This webinar will provide a high-level overview of the federal policy landscape for CCUS, with panelists sharing their perspectives on:

- Key CCUS-related elements of recent federal climate, infrastructure, and stimulus initiatives;

- Administration views on the role of CCUS in the power and industrial sectors; and

- The role of U.S. Department of Energy and the National Laboratories in advancing CCUS technologies."

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16.06.2021

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Advanced Science News: Direct air capture trains

"What if the energy released when freight trains slow or stop could be applied to carbon capture technology?"

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16.06.2021

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The Global CO2 Initiative: Preview of “TEA & LCA Guidelines for CO2 Utilization (Version 2)”

"In this online session, we will present the planned structure of the ‘Techno-Economic Assessment & Life Cycle Assessment Guidelines for CO2 Utilization (Version 2)’, which will be published in 2022."

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16.06.2021

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The Global CO2 Initiative: Technology Readiness

"There are general challenges in dealing with emerging technologies, especially with respect to two issues: I) Identifying the maturity of a technology and II) Using Technology Learning Curves."

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16.06.2021

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The Global CO2 Initiative: Integrated Assessment

"To best guide decision makers, environmental, economic, and other opportunities and risks should ideally be analyzed together or at least in a coordinated manner. We describe approaches to conduct and interpret such assessments."

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16.06.2021

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The Global CO2 Initiative: Comparison Product System, Baseline Scenarios, Case Studies

"Determining if capturing and utilizing carbon dioxide to produce new products or services will result in lower greenhouse gas emissions, a reduction in climate change impacts, is a key outcome of the life cycle assessment/analysis."

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16.06.2021

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The Global CO2 Initiative: International CCU Assessment Harmonization Group and AssessCCUS website

"Part I: International CCU Assessment Harmonization Group and AssessCCUS website For consistent conduct and transparent reporting, a common framework is needed. The mission of the International CCU Assessment Harmonization Group is to create this common framework. We are bringing together related efforts, analyze differences and seek to eliminate them where possible. This webinar series presents for discussion the outcomes and recommendations from several of our sub teams."

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