Low-carbon operation of thermal power cycles: present status and future perspectives in propulsion and power-generation applications

7 December 2021
13.00 - 13.30

Andrea Gruber



The webinar will suggest a rationale for the further development of state-of-the-art thermal power cycles (i.e. reciprocating engines and gas turbines) towards a low-carbon future.

An overview is provided about the present status for some of the most advanced technologies able to ensure low-carbon operation and minimal emissions of atmospheric pollutants, together with a perspective about remaining challenges.

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Shall shipping of CO2 move toward low-pressure shipping?

8 December 2021
13.00 - 14.00

Simon Roussanaly, Ailo Aasen and Svend Tollak Munkejord



Pipeline has historically been the preferred means to transport CO2 due to its low cost for short distances and opportunities for economies of scale.

However, interest in vessel-based transport of CO2 is growing. While most of the literature has assumed that CO2 shipping would take place at low pressure (at 7 barg and −46 °C), CCS chains based on ship transport are moving towards implementation of transport at around 15 barg pressure and temperature of −30 °C based on experience from the transport of food-grade CO2.

This webinar will discuss the cost-saving potential of moving toward low-pressure shipping, as well as some of the challenges that must be addressed to ensure safe and reliable operation at these conditions.

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Amy Brunsvold, NCCS Centre Manager
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