Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies

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Csiro Publishing, 2001 - 1329 pages
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The control of greenhouse gas emissions continues to be a major global problem. It is interdisciplinary, both in substance and approach, and covers technical, political and economic issues involving governments, industry and the scientific community. The proceedings contain 220 papers presented at the 5th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT-5) held in August 2000 at Cairns, Queensland, Australia.

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Contents

Technology
22
Harnessing Technology to Achieve Sustainability
40
A Policy Framework for Sustainable Energy
59
International Test Centre for Carbon Dioxide CO Capture
87
Existing Coal Power Plant Retrofit C02 Control Options Analysis
103
Lessons from a Case Study in How to Reduce Capture Costs
121
Development and Application of Flue Gas Carbon Dioxide Recovery Technology
138
Capture of C0 Using Water Scrubbing
155
The Preliminary Assessment of Novel Power Generation Options Aimed at CO Abatement
809
Meeting Conflicting Objectives
827
Offshore Wind Farms and a Green Certificate Market
845
CSIROs Advanced Power Generation Technology Using Solar Thermal Fossil Energy Hybrid
863
hour Solar Power
880
The Role of the Clean Development Mechanism CDM in Assuring Project Feasibility In Brazil
897
Life Cycle Assessment LCA and Exergetic Life Cycle Assessment ELCA of an Innovative
911
Environmental Life Cycle Assessment ELCA Applied to the Synthesis of Methanol
924

Economic Evaluation of Capture and Sequestration of C0 from Australian Black
173
Update of New Power Plant C0L Control Options Analysis
193
An Investigation of Solvent Stability in Amine Based Systems Used to Capture CO
211
COCapture
229
CO Sequestration in Oil Reservoirs A Monitoring and Research Opportunity
243
Assessing European Potential for Geological Storage of
260
Ocean Storage of CO 397
277
Global Capacity Costs and Barriers
278
Underground Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide in Tectonically Active Area
296
Geological C02 Disposal Understanding the Long Term Fate of C02 in Natural
311
A Roadmap for Assessing Sedimentary Basins
328
A New CO Disposal Process Using Artificial Rock Weathering
346
Reservoir
360
Reservoir History Matching
378
Experimental Evaluation of Chemical Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide in Deep Saline Formations
391
Update on the International Experiment on CO? Ocean Sequestration
399
A Numerical Prediction on Plume Structure of Liquid LCO in the Ocean
417
Stability of CO in Different Phases Related to Ocean Storage
435
Enhancement of Oceanic Uptake of Anthropogenic COj by Macronutrient Fertilisation
451
Ocean CO Sequestration Efficiency from 3D Ocean Model Comparison
469
CO? Ocean Sequestration Project in RITE
491
Oceanographic Criteria for Selecting Future Sites for C03 Sequestration
505
Observations Using Raman Spectroscopy
523
Storage of C02 with Enhanced Hydrocarbon Recovery
529
Economics of Flue Gas Injection and C02 Sequestration in Coalbed Methane Reservoirs
543
C02Sequestration in The Netherlands C0 Injection and CHi Production as Related
561
COEGR with Microbial Methanogenesis
578
Reservoir Mechanisms Field
593
Bench Scale Study of the Characteristics of the Catalytic Hydrogenation of C02
607
Artificial Photosynthesis to Redress the Global Carbon Dioxide Balance?
624
A Conceptual Approach
640
Synthesis of Organic Carbonates Based on COj as Raw Material
653
Other Greenhouse Gases
665
The Emission Flux and Mitigation Options for N0 and CH Under Different Rotation
679
High Potential Energy from Dilute Methane Emissions
709
Fuel Cells
729
Greenhouse Impact of BiomassBased Methanol Use in Fuel Cell Vehicles
744
Hydrogen Fuelled Ships With Carbon Management
759
An Ecofriendly Process for Natural Gas Conversion
777
Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Electricity Supply in Australia
795
Assessment of the Future Potentials of C05 Sequestration Technologies with
935
Testing Options for a BiomassMethanol Economy in Australia
941
Database Clean Energy Systems 2050 ATool to Assess Energy Systems
953
The Economic Benefits of Carbon Capture and Sequestration RD Under Uncertainty
961
Costs of Carbon Dioxide Removal by Underground Storage
967
Economic Modelling of CO Capture and Sequestration
973
The Economics of C02 Sequestration in Australia
979
The Cost of Carbon Capture
985
Total Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Costs of Alternative Swiss Energy Supply Strategies
991
A Review of Trends and Challenges
997
TechnoEconomic Comparison of Different Options of Very Low C02 Emission Technologies
1003
An Economic Viable Option?
1009
Greenhouse Gas Key Performance Indicators for Australian Coal Mines
1020
A Report on the EMF 19 Study onTechnology and Global Climate Change Policies
1026
Greenhouse Mitigation Scenarios
1032
The iEAs Collaborative Programme on Energy Technology Developing
1038
Overview of the U S Carbon Sequestration Program
1044
A Review of Carbon Sequestration Science andTechnology Opportunities by
1050
Canadas National Initiative on CO? Capture and Storage
1056
Chinas Carbon Stocks and the Future Perspective of International Cooperation on the CDM
1062
lnfrastructure Initiative A Feasibility Study
1068
New Technology to Control Climate Change The Finnish Nationai Technology
1074
Evolving scenarios
1092
Regional Context for Abatement of Greenhouse Gases
1106
CoOrdination with the Other Kyoto Instruments Key Issues and Options
1121
Greenhouse Gas Reduction Inventories What Then?
1139
The Technology of Certification of Soil Carbon Sinks Baseline Sampling
1157
Technology Assessment in Climate Change Mitigation
1171
Ate We Getting Our Moneys Worth? The CostEffectiveness of Australias Domestic
1186
Demand Side Acceptance of Energy Reduction Options A Household Perspective
1203
Reducing Emissions from Industry and Power Generation
1209
A New Process for Ammonia Production with Reduced COj Emission and CoProduct
1222
The Effect of New Solid Waste Treatment Systems on Greenhouse Gas Emissions
1236
Potential and CostEffectiveness of CO Reducing Measures in the Pulp and Paper Industry
1253
Measurement of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Spontaneous Combustion
1271
Power Production With Zero Atmospheric Emissions
1289
Underground Coal Gasification as a Method for Reducing the Greenhouse Impact
1307
Index of Authors
1325
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