Materials from "A Joint Workshop on IGCC & Co-Production and CO2 Capture & Storage"
May 23-24, 2007
"A Joint Workshop on IGCC & Co-Production and CO2 Capture & Storage" was held during May 23-24, 2007 in Beijing, China. The Ministry of Science and Technology, Energy Technology Innovation Policy at Harvard University, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences co-sponsored the workshop.
Read the event report to "A Joint Workshop on IGCC & Co-Production and CO2 Capture & Storage".
Below are the presentations given, listed in chronological order.
Jing Xu, MOST — IGCC: Sustainable Technology For Coal Utilization
Thomas Sarkus, US DOE — The Role of the Industrial Alliance in the USA
Iain Wright, BP — CCS in Europe and USA
Yunhan Xiao, The National Joint Expert Group for IGCC and Co-Production Demonstration Engineering — IGCC and Co-Production in China
Qiwen Sun, Yankuang Group — The Development of Million Tonnes Oils Co-Production System
Yongwang Li, Synfuels China — Synfuels China and its Development in Advanced CTL Process Technologies
Shisen Xu, Thermal Power Research Institute — GreenGen: Near Zero Emission Coal Based Power Generation Project in China
Jianling Deng, China Huadian Corporation — Progress of 200MW IGCC Demonstrative Project
Jianfeng Deng, Dong Guan Power & Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. — The Demonstration & Promotion of IGCC in Dong Guan
Zhingmin Liu, CAS — Coal to Chemicals
Ananth Chikkatur and John P. Holdren, Harvard University — Status and Progress of IGCC and Co-Production Technology in the United States
Zhaohui Liu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology — Status of Oxygen-Fuel Combustion Technology in China
Zhenzhong Li, National Power Plant Combustion Engineering Research Center — Status of Chemical Absorption Technology in China
Wendong Tian, CAS — Direct Hydrogen Production with Carbon Dioxide Capture
Robert Williams, Princeton University — CO2 Capture-Related Activities in US
Jon Gibbins, Imperial College London — Overview of UK CCS activities
John Bradshaw, Geoscience Australia — Overall Review of Research Efforts on Carbon Dioxide Storage Internationally
Xiaochun Li, CAS — CO2 Geologic Storage in China: Potential and Early Opportunities
Aleksandra Kalinowski, Harvard University — CCS Program and Geological Assessment for CO2 Storage in the US
Dongxiao Zhang, Peking University — Geological Carbon Sequestration: A Viable Option for Mitigating the Greenhouse Effect
Jianping Ye, China United Coalbed Methane Co., Ltd. — CO2-ECBM and CO2 Sequestration Technology in Coal Seams of Qinshui Basin, China
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