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Global Trend of CO2 Capture Technology Development
Baek, Jeom-In;
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 Abstract
The amount of greenhouse gas emission reduction based on INDCs (Intended Nationally Determined Contributions) submitted to UN by each party is not sufficient to achieve the Paris Agreement`s aim to "hold the increase in the global average temperature to well below above pre-industrial levels and to pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase to " which was determined in the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC (COP 21). Accordingly, the emission reduction target of each party will be revised for the goal. Among the several options to reduce the carbon emission, CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage) is a key option to curb emissions from large emission sources such as fossil-based power plants, cement plants, and steel production plants. A large scale CCS demonstration projects utilizing generation capture technologies are under way around the world. It is anticipated, however, that the deployment of those generation capture technologies in great numbers without government support will be difficult due to the high capture cost and considerable increase of cost of electricity. To reduce the carbon capture cost, and generation technologies are under development in a pilot or a bench scale. In this paper, current status of large scale CCS demonstration projects and the and generation capture technologies are summarized. Novel capture technologies on wet scrubbing, dry sorbent, and oxygen combustion are explained in detail for all capture areas: post-combustion capture, pre-combustion capture, and new combustion technologies.
 Keywords
Carbon dioxide;capture;solvent;sorbent;combustion;membrane;
 Language
Korean
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