Carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) is an essential pathway to meet net zero emissions targets. However, for capital-intensive industries to reach these commitments, it’s critical that companies have confidence in the efficient, widespread deployment of carbon capture projects worldwide.
Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), the largest post-combustion CO2 capture (PCC) test center in the world, has developed a comprehensive baseline for performance and cost estimation of an amine-based carbon capture process for an industrial-scale NGCC power plant.
In fact, AspenTech and TCM co-authored the paper “Development of CO2 capture process cost baseline for 555MWe NGCC power plant using standard MEA solution” published at GHGT-16.
Experts from AspenTech and TCM address how digital solutions combined with domain expertise can enable your teams to:
Watch now to learn how to accelerate the use of cost-effective technologies to reach your net zero goals.