Journal article

Review of solvent based carbon-dioxide capture technologies

KA Mumford, Y Wu, KH Smith, GW Stevens

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering | Higher Education Press | Published : 2015

Abstract

Currently, a large proportion of global fossil fuel emissions originate from large point sources such as power generation or industrial processes. This trend is expected to continue until the year 2030 and beyond. Carbon capture and storage (CCS), a straightforward and effective carbon reduction approach, will play a significant role in reducing emissions from these sources into the future if atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are to be stabilized and global warming limited below a threshold of 2 °C. This review provides an update on the status of large scale integrated CCS technologies using solvent absorption for CO2 capture and provides an insight into the development of new solve..

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Funding Acknowledgements

The authors acknowledge the financial support provided by the Australian Government through its Cooperative Research Centre program for this CO2CRC research project, the Peter Cook Centre for CCS Research and the Particulate Fluids Processing Centre.