TCMs managing director Roy Vardheim with Laila Helgesen and Bjørn-Erik Haugan from TCMs Business Development team at Gassnova and TCM's booth at GHGT13
The following presentations were given at the technical session today, and will soon be available at GHGT13s webpages:
• Leila Faramarzi, TCM, Results from MEA testing
• Erik Gjernes,Gassnova Results from 30 wt% MEA testing
• Anne Kolstad Morken, TCM, Degradation and emissions
• Gerard Lombardo, TCM, Results from aerosol measurement
• Richard Mather, Results from testing at NCCC and TCM
Today Lars Ingolf Eide from The Norwegian Research Council stepped in for Gassnova's Svein Bekken talking about "CO2 Capture Technologies for Energy Intensive Industries"
at session 1E – Industrial Sources: Technology and Costs.
TCM and Gassnova are also heavily involved in the conference through being a gold sponsor of the event, having an exhibition booth, through giving a keynote (Gassnova CEO Trude Sundset today), through managing sessions, participating and presenting at workshops, presenting posters and participating in panels.
TCMs Managing Director Roy Vardheim will be participating in the panel at the session focused on “Large Scale Pilots for Carbon Capture” on Wednesday morning from 9:10-10:50.
At Wednesday's Poster Session A, 2-4 pm:
Rubén Mocholí Montañés, Dynamic process model development, parameter estimation and validation with transient plant data collected from a MEA test campaign at TCM
Thursday November 17:
Poster Session B, 17/11 2-4 pm
Nina Enaasen: Results from MEA degradation and reclaiming processes at TCM
Claus Nielsen, University of Oslo: Ambient measurements of amines by PTR-QiTOF: instrument performance assessment and results from field measurements in the vicinity of TCM, Mongstad
Session 9A – from 16:00-17:20, TCMs Technology Manager will step in and present Silje Hjelmaas' presentation "MEA amine plant corrosion".
The GHGT conference series has established itself as the principal international conference on greenhouse mitigation technologies.
Formed in 1997, the Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) conference series followed the merger of the earlier series of ICCDR and the Greenhouse Gas: Mitigation Options conference.
The GHGT conferences are held every two years in IEAGHG's member countries and have become a focal point for international research on CO2 capture and storage. The conference series rotates between North America, Europe and Asia.