GHGT-10 Amsterdam 2010
This conference aims to provide a platform for dialogue on overcoming technical, legal and political barriers to the implementation of greenhouse gas mitigation technologies, focusing almost exclusively on carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Among the ten conference themes are: developments in CCS technology; CCS infrastructure; relation between CCS and climate policy; legal aspects of CCS; public perception of CCS. The International Energy Agency (IEA) Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme is the guardians of the GHGT conferences, which are held every two years.
- Techno-economic Evaluation of Membrane Technology for Pre-combustion Decarbonisation.Water-gas-shift or Reforming? by Jan Wilco Dijkstra (pdf, 438 kB)
- Assessing the integrity of fault- and top seals at CO2 storage sites by Jan ter Heege (pdf, 584 kB)
- Solvents for CO2 capture. Structure-activity relationships combined with Vapour-Liquid-Equilibrium measurements by Yvonne Mergler and Ron Rumley-Van Gurp (pdf, 327 kB)