Organisations face considerable challenges in bringing CCS technology to commercial development. Design and operation for safe, commercially-viable CCS chains involves many techno-economic trade-offs between diverse stakeholders. In order to proceed to commercial-scale operation with confidence, many questions need to be answered, with decisions based on accurate quantification.
System-wide modelling is the key enabling digital technology for such analysis. It allows not only detailed analysis of individual components such as capture plant operation, but quantification of the interactions that occur up and down the chain and - eventually - across networks.
This webinar will cover how state-of-the-art model-based engineering techniques can used to guide R&D efforts in CO2 capture, reduce Capital Expenditure of CCS projects and optimize dynamic operation of CCS chains.
In this webinar you will learn about:
- PSE Introduction and background
- Relevance of system modelling to the worldwide deployment of CCS
- PSE's strategic initiatives
- UK's ETI-funded CCS System Modelling Toolkit Project
- US DoE-funded Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative's Toolset Commercialization
- International commercial activities
- CCS in Japan - how can model-based engineering assist in accelerating the deployment of CCS
|Alfredo Ramos is VP Energy & Environment. A Chemical Engineer with a degree from RWTH Aachen and a MBA with Distinction from London Business School, Alfredo is responsible for PSE?s strategic business development for the CCS sector.|
|Adekola Lawal is a Senior Consultant with PSE. He completed his PhD in Process Engineering at Cranfield University.