Academic peer-reviewed publications

Government departments responsible for energy and climate policy around the world, partly informed by low carbon energy system projections, have demonstrated support for development of carbon capture, use and storage
Is carbon capture and storage (CCS) the technology that could be key to slowing climate change or an expensive diversion? Few people are aware that we already have the technology
In the context of the process intensification of Post-combustion Carbon Capture (PCC), Selective Exhaust Gas Recirculation (SEGR) in Natural Gas-fired Combined Cycle (NGCC) plants, a concept where CO2 is selectively recycled
The ability to operate flexibly is critical for the future implementation of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in thermal power plants. A dynamic test campaign examines the response of a
The flexible operation of CO2 injection wells presents significant challenges. To avoid premature degradation of wells or loss of integrity it is imperative to understand the feed flow patterns that
Biomass Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) is heavily relied upon in scenarios of future emissions that are consistent with limiting global mean temperature increase to 1.5 °C or 2 °C
This paper presents results of empirical research with the broad aim of exploring societal responses to CO2 storage, framed around the concept of social license to operate (SLO). We describe a
This chapter explores and critiques technological optimism and the sociopolitical appeal of technological fixes with regard to energy and climate mitigation. The term “technical fix” is frequently used by academics
The implementation of CO2 storage in sub-surface sedimentary formations can involve decision making using relevant numerical modelling. These models are often represented by 2D or 3D grids that show an abrupt
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) from natural gas-fired systems is an emerging field and many of the concepts and underlying scientific principles are still being developed. Preliminary studies suggest this