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Techno-economic optimisation of the CO2 value chain

The utilisation of CO2 within the Power-to-X (PtX) concept can produce value added products, such as fuels and chemicals that can substitute fossil value chains and has the potential to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. Read more

NERC GW4+ DTP studentship: Carbon Dioxide Weathering of Glacial Rock Flour: Implications for Post-Snowball Increase in Seawater Phosphate Content and Atmospheric Oxygenation

Project background. It has been suggested that the delivery of glacial rock flour to seawater during the melting of the Neoproterozoic Snowball earth glaciations 720-650 million years (Myr) ago, stimulated ocean-atmosphere oxygenation by providing nutrients to primary producers. Read more

Amine solvent degradation in CO2 capture

CO2 capture and storage is believed to be a promising option for controlling CO2 emissions in the short to medium term. Several methods exist for CO2 capture, with amine capture being the most promising commercial technology at the present time. Read more

Process modelling of biomass gasification systems integrated with CO2 capture

Combination of energy generation from biomass sources and CO2 capture technologies (Bio-CCS or BECCS) is already recognized as a potential option to tackle climate change in most scenarios, as it is linked to the concept of negative CO2 emissions. Read more

Ammonia Electrochemical synthesis for CO2-free energy applications

Ammonia Electrochemical synthesis for CO2-free energy applications.  The development of low-cost, high-performance energy storage and conversion devices are critical for an environmentally sustainable future free of CO2 emissions. Read more

CO2 Capture directly from the atmosphere

The design of the forthcoming future is negative in emissions. Among the negative emission technologies options, those capturing CO2 directly from the air are called Direct Air Capture technologies. Read more

Mechanism of CO2 transport in membranes for carbon capture applications

Applications are invited for postgraduate research leading to a PhD degree in Chemical Engineering. Carbon capture has shown great potential for tackling global climate change challenges but its deployment is hindered by the cost of the technology. Read more

Dynamic simulation of load-following power plants integrated with CO2 capture technologies

Flexible operation of fossil fuel power plants is becoming a hot topic in the energy generation sector due to the expected increase of intrinsically intermittent renewable technologies in the energy mix in the near future. Read more

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