There is international consensus that growth in coal power must be accompanied by deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) systems.
Inside this edition:
- Cover story: CCS developments in North America and Europe; what combination of emissions caps and government subsidies will be needed to stimulate and support the deployment of CCS technology; economic drivers in coal-exporting countries, and CCBJ estimates of CCS market.
- How power utilities are evaluating divergent technology pathways for CCS: integrated gasification combined cycle with pre-combustion capture; supercritical pulverized coal with post-combustion capture; and oxyfuel with post-combustion capture.
- Profiles: Leading players bring post-combustion CO2 technology to market
- Risk management: What project developers, insurers and governments are doing to develop regulatory and financial responsibility mechanisms for storing CO2 underground.
- How one greenhouse gas management company is sequestering CO2 in enhanced oil recovery projects.
- Consulting & engineering firms define their niches in CCS: cost estimation, environmental analysis, and measuring, monitoring & verification.
- Equipment, technology and EPC vendors
Air Products, Alstom, American Electric Power, Bechtel, Blue Source, Carbozyme, Ecology & Environment, FutureGen, HTC Purenergy, Mitsubishi, Monitor Scientific, Powerspan, Siemens, Suncor, Xcel Energy, ZeroGen and more.