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The Political Economy of Carbon Capture and Storage

Most studies reveal that deployment of carbon dioxide capture and storage technologies is essential to any ambitious decarbonization campaigns, but that the political economy of implementing these technologies has been difficult at both national and subnational levels. In rare circumstances, an influential champion has completed specific programs, but a smooth deployment path is dependent on a series of reward mechanisms that will eventually allow rollout. Ultimately, however, only a shift in the seriousness of wider attempts to combat climate change would give the required boost to reform the political economy dynamics that have hampered deployment of CCS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788012744-00536


Carbon Capture and Storage from Industrial Sources

The industrial sector accounts for 21% of all global carbon dioxide emissions, and as such, emissions mitigation is equally important in this sector as in the power generation industry. Industries often have numerous sources of varying sizes and CO2 concentration, requiring some degree of aggregation or multiple capture units in order to capture substantial amounts of flue gases, indicating an important trade-off between capture rate and cost, which leads to a significant trade-off between capture rate and cost. There exist streams of high-purity CO2 within the chemical industry industry, which can be used for demonstration CCS schemes at a lower price than other flue streams, as a first step toward widespread deployment. However, estimating the cost of industrial CCS is difficult, considering a variety of published estimates from literature, with no agreement within technologies for the same industry.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788012744-00296


A Social Exploration of the West Australian Gorgon Gas, Carbon Capture and Storage Project

During the crucial energy transition, carbon capture and storage appear to be highly useful for lowering emissions. The paper investigates the causes of this failure's completion of the Gorgon gas plant in Western Australia, which is commonly regarded as one of the world's largest CCS projects. The Gorgon project may be expected to succeed as it has the support of the government, a tradition of previous exploration, nearby storage facilities, veteran operators, and long-term taxpayer responsibility for problems. The results of this case report show that CCS may work in theory, but not well enough under new models of social structure, and that the benefits of CCS cannot be separated from its social context. To increase the certainty of expectations, social influences should be factored in CCS forecasts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/cleantechnol4010006


Theoretical Estimation of CO2 Compression and Transport Costs for an hypothetical Carbon Capture & Storage requalification of the Saline Joniche Power Plant Project

In 2008, the Southern tip of Calabria Region, Italy, S. P. a announced a proposal to build a 1320 MW coal-fired power plant in Saline Joniche, on the Southern tip of Calabria Province, Italy. The present report examines the sizing of the compression and transportation scheme of the CCS section, which was included in the SEI Spa project at the time; the sizing of the compression station and the pipeline connecting the plant to the potential Fosca01 offshore injection site, which had previously been investigated as a viable storage solution; as part of a coarse screening of CO2 storage sites in the Calabria Region.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.31033/ijemr.12.3.11

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