Carbon Capture, Processing & Technologies

Wayne Monnery

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is one of several pieces of the puzzle to reduce CO2 emissions. CCS is the capture, compression and storage of anthropogenic out of the atmosphere and typically sequestered underground. During this course, you will obtain a overview of the surface facilities of CCS, including capture, compression and pipelines.Read more...

This course discusses the sources of CO2, the properties and phase behaviour of CO2 and the main contaminants, the types of capture, the technologies available for capture and their readiness level, the factors for technology selection, discusses costs of capture and how much capture would be required to achieve targets. The course also touches on materials selection and some of the facility risks as well as overviews some of the existing projects in the world.

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Course contents

    Chapter 2 - Capture Types & Technologies

    2.01 Capture Types (29 min.)

    2.02 Capture Technologies - Part 1 - Amines (22 min.)

    2.03 Capture Technologies - Part 2 - Solvent Process (28 min.)

    2.04 Capture Technologies - Part 3 - Degradation & Emissions (11 min.)

    2.05 Capture Technologies - Part 4 - Improvements (22 min.)

    2.06 Case Study - MEA System Design (15 min.)

    2.07 Solids Based Capture - Part 1 (22 min.)

    2.08 Solids Based Capture - Part 2 - Low Temp (12 min.)

    2.09 Solids Based Capture - Part 3 - High Temp (14 min.)

    2.10 Membrane Based Capture (27 min.)

    2.11 Other Capture Technologies (9 min.) Quiz

    Chapter 3 - CCUS Economics, Compression & Pipelines

    3.01 Technology Factors that Affect Cost (25 min.)

    3.02 CO₂ Compression (26 min.)

    3.03 CO₂ Pipelines (14 min.)

    3.04 CO₂ Utilization (2 min.)

    3.05 Projects & Costs (21 min.)

    3.06 CCS Cost Factors (23 min.)

    3.07 CCS Costs vs Technology (13 min.) Quiz