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Written by Khalidah Al-Qayim , a PhD candidate at the University of Sheffield who was funded by the ECR Meeting Fund to attend the BECCS Specialist Meeting in London on 23 June 2016 I attended a very informative meeting at the Imperial College London on 23 June 2016. The aim...
Written by Patrick Brandl, who is visiting the Chemical Engineering Department and Centre for Environmental Policy at Imperial College London as an Erasmus Postgraduate Student. Originally from the Technical University of Munich, he focuses on the cooling demand of post-combustion CO 2 capture units in the UK On the day...
*click on links to access presentations* A meeting was held at the University of Oxford on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 June to discuss alternative carbon capture and storage methods . The meeting, organised by UKCCSRC and co-ordinated by Prof Ben Anthony (Cranfield University) and Tim Kruger (Oxford Martin School),...
This blog was written by Renato Cabral who is a PhD student at Imperial College London and received funding to attend the Manchester Biannual Meeting from the UKCCSRC ECR Meeting Fund . As a PhD student that has started his research topic on modelling CCS technology, more specifically oxy-fuel combustion,...
This blog was written by Kehinde Fayemiwo who is a PhD student at Loughborough University and received funding to attend the Manchester Biannual Meeting from the UKCCSRC ECR Meeting Fund . Prof. Nilay Shah , a professor of Process Systems Engineering at Imperial College London, chaired the session on Biomass...
The BIO-CAP UK project is one of the UKCCSRC Call 1 funded projects Bio-CCS or BECCS – bioenergy with carbon capture and storage – has the ability to produce net negative CO 2 emissions; this means the permanent removal of CO 2 from the atmosphere. The most recent report from...
This blog was provided by Richard Porter , University of Leeds, whose visit to the University of Calgary was supported by the UKCCSRC ECR International Exchange Fund . Having previously hosted a visit by Ehsan Mostafavi, a PhD student from the Energy and Environment Research Group (EERG), University of Calgary,...
Written by Dr Sarah Mander , Research Fellow at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research who helped convene the workshop with Dr Clair Gough and Dr David Reiner A bright Edinburgh morning brought approximately 40 UK, and international, participants to the beautifully renovated space of the Edinburgh Centre for...