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TCM at the 12th Annual CCS Pittsburgh Conference

CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) is pleased to be participating in the 12th Annual Conference on Carbon Capture, Utilization & Sequestration in Pittsburgh from 13th to 16th May.

TCM’s Business Development Manager Olav Falk-Pedersen is a featured speaker at the Conference this year, and will be participating in a panel session on Thursday, 16th May at 10.30am, entitled “The Global Technology Centers – An Opportunity for the Vendor Community to Certify Performance”.

Yolandi  Maree, Process Engineer at TCM also presented at a workshop on “Operational experience and environmental observations from the first test period at the CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad” on Wednesday, 15th May at 2.50pm.

TCM’s Technology and Knowledge Manager has also delivered a well-received talk titled “Measurement of emissions from the Amine based CO2 capture plant at CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad”, which took place on Tuesday 14th May at 5.30pm.
At the conference, TCM will also be discussing the groundbreaking findings of its first demonstration year. The achievements are crucial to de-risking CCS investments and prepare the ground for widespread CCS deployment to combat climate change. TCM will also be discussing how from 2014, the next round of testing of other absorption solvents will begin at TCM’s amine plant, which is capable of processing up to 80,000 tonnes of CO2 per year.
This annual conference is a key event in the CCS calendar, attracting internationally acclaimed experts from all corners of the CCS world, and covering government policy, regulation, legal issues, technology advancement, RDD&D and public acceptance. Over the past three years, the number of event participants averaged around 730 from more than two dozen countries – and last year’s participants represented more than 250 private companies and 150 academic institutions.

Publisert 5/15/2013

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