The purpose of this study is finding the optimal carbon dioxide capture technology based on your plant specifications. Our screening studies includes following capture technologies as a standard: Amines, Chilled Ammonia Process (CAP) and Hot Potassium Carbonate (HPC).
Our Technology Screening studies are delivered according to AACE class 4-5 in level of detail.
Step 1. Plant Specification
Agree upon plant specifications
We initiate a dialogue to fully understand the operational profile as well as balance of plant capacities i.e steam, electricity, cooling and district heating etc. We will review your process data together to agree upon flue gas properties.
We deliver: Plant Specification Document
The Plant specification defines the main criteria for the design and operation of a capture units regarding plant specific requirements and local conditions.
Step 2. Screening Study for Carbon Dioxide Capture
The purpose of the screening study is to enable a fair comparison between different capture technologies and serve as a basis for Pre-Feasibility/Concept Studies.
Our technology review includes a recommended selection of mature technologies: Amines, Chilled Ammonia Process (CAP) and Hot Potassium Carbonate (HPC). We review the technologies based on following criteria as a standard and your local requirements.
- Technology pros and cons
- Footprint Requirements
- Heat and Mass Balance calculations for carbon dioxide capture
- CAPEX and OPEX estimates
We deliver: Technology Screening Report
We summarize the pros and cons related to each technology based on your plant specifications.
Calculations of H&M, CAPEX, OPEX are visualized in the report for each technology and their possible integration solutions.