Carbon Capture & Utilisation in Review

October 16, 2019

Basics • Best Practice Lighthouse Projects Vivid Exchange of Information

The seminar was hold with international experts from Carbon Capture and Utilisation. Every aspect from preparation to product finishing was covered by the most prominent representatives of this young but promising industry which was requested to implement regulatory requirements on one hand, but also offers improvements in altering business modells and economics of waste incinerators on the other hand. A special focus was laid upon CO2 to methanol as economical promising and industrial available technology.


Following five main sections were pursued:

1. General Introduction with Legal and Technological Overview

2. Best Practice CO2 Capture from the flue gas 
    • Mobile Test Unit since 2009, including Klemetsrud WtE in Oslo, Norway 
    • Twence Waste-to-Energy Plant in Hengelo, Netherlands

3. Best Practice CO2 Utilization 
    • Business Case and market development for Waste Incinerators 
    • Flexible CO2 to methanol synthesis • Pre-Basic Engineering ZASt plant, Germany

4. Hydrogen Supply for CCU 
    • Best Practice 
    • State of the Art Alkaline Electrolysis on pressure level of methanol synthesis

5. Development CCUS project at Waste Incinerators in Fredrikstad, Norway

Program had been:

MODERATOR: DIPL.-ING. MARKUS GLEIS 
Start 09:15
Perspectives and challenges for building the CCU industry in Europe 
Damien Dallemagne, Secretary General CO2 Value Europe AISBL, Brussels, Belgium 
▸ 10:00
CO2 Markets and CCU Technologies 
Achim Raschka, Head of Technology & Markets Department nova-Institut für politische und ökologische Innovation GmbH, Hürth, Germany 
▸ 10:45
CO2 to Methanol Synthesis and Catalyst 

Christian Schweitzer bse Engineering Leipzig GmbH and tbn from BASF, Leipzig, Germany 
▸ 11:45
Innovative Modular Carbon Capture Plants for Waste Incineration Industry 

Oscar Graff, Vice President, Head of CCUS
Jon Christopher Knudsen, Vice President, Global Business Development
Aker Solutions AS, Lysaker, Norway 
▸ 12:30 Lunch Break

▸ 13:15
Best Practice Elecriticity Usage for CCU 

Christopher Braatz, Business Development Manager McPhy Energy Deutschland GmbH, Wildau, Germany 
▸ 14:00
CCUS Feasibility Study 

Rune Dirdal, Managing Director Kvitebjørn Bio-El AS, Fredrikstad, Norway
▸ End 14:45

, Vice President, Head of CCUS Aker Solutions AS, Lysaker, Norway 
▸ 12:30 Lunch Break

▸ 13:15
Best Practice Elecriticity Usage for CCU 

Florent Badau, Sales Director, Industry Market McPhy Energy S.A., La Motte Fanjas, France 
▸ 14:00
Carbon Capture and Utilization – the Vienna Green CO2 Project 

Professor Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Franz Winter, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
▸ 14:45 Conclusion

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