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Event

The UKCCSRC Autumn Biannual Meeting 2015, CCS in the UK - Taking Stock , was held at Strathclyde University (Glasgow), 8-9 September 2015. The meeting proceedings including agenda, presentations etc. can be downloaded here . You can also view photos and read blogs from the event. AGENDA (click on presentation...
This workshop, jointly sponsored by the IMechE, UKCCSRC and CO2Chem, examined the drivers and methods for carbon dioxide capture from ambient air or other dilute sources. The meeting focussed on capture processes that can deliver molecular CO 2 for sub-surface injection or conversion, or that include conversion directly as part...
The UKCCSRC Spring Biannual Meeting 2015 was held at Cranfield University 21-22 April 2015 The theme was CCS in Action and the meeting was hosted by the Energy Theme, Cranfield University A proceedings document can be downloaded here. Photos from the event can be seen on our Flickr album. Blogs...
The Institute of Advanced Energy Technologies, Czestochowa University of Technology, invites you to participate in a conference and CCS Summer School on “Advanced CO 2 Capture Technologies for Clean Coal Energy Generation”. The aim of the event is to present and discuss the research results in the field of climate...
The Institute of Mechanical Engineers is holding the 8th Annual Carbon Capture and Storage Seminar. The CCS technology is increasingly proven and its application is necessary if the UK Government is to meet its CO 2 emission reduction commitments without incurring unnecessary and damaging reductions in the security of electricity...

News

Richard Smith, IAP Vice Chair, gave a presentation based on IAP meeting discussions at Strathclyde at a joint IEAGHG/CCSA/UKCCSRC meeting on ‘Pathways to Commercialisation’ held on 9 November 2015 at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London. The main conclusions of his talk, ‘Technology Convergence for Post Combustion Capture?’ , were...

Blog post

Written by Dr Paul Fennell at Imperial College London, Principal Investigator on Call 2 Project: Advanced Sorbents for CCS via Controlled Sintering This project involved examining the potential for high temperature presintering of Ca-based sorbents for carbon capture and storage. The reaction between CaO and CO 2 (which is reversible)...
Written by Dr Maria-Chiara Ferrari , Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh. Principal Investigator on Call 1 Project: Mixed matrix membranes preparation for post-combustion capture Membrane processes are considered as a promising alternative to the more classical post-combustion capture technologies due to the reduced maintenance of the process, the absence...
Written by Andrea de Santis , PhD student from University of Leeds, whose attendance at the Biannual Meeting was supported by the UKCCSRC ECR Meeting fund The presentation was given by Dr Tina Düren as part of the Solid Adsorption Technical Session at the UKCCSRC Biannual in Cambridge 2-3 April...
This blog was written by Ponfa Roy Bitrus , a UKCCSRC ECR from the University of Aberdeen, who received funding from the ECR Meeting Fund to attend the UKCCSRC Spring 2015 Biannual in Cranfield, 21-22 April The mid-afternoon session on day one kicked off with an update from CCS projects...

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