CCS Benchmark Refresh - Task 5 Report: Independent Capture Plant
||Ray, R., Tarrant, A. and Abbott, T CCS Benchmark Refresh - Task 5 Report: Independent Capture Plant, ETI, 2015. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000108. Cite this using DataCite
||Ray, R., Tarrant, A. and Abbott, T
||Amec Foster Wheeler
||This report describes development of a new benchmark for an alternative commercial CCGT model with an Independent Capture Plant (ICP), in order to examine the feasibility, cost, schedule and efficiency penalty for a “commercially distinct” post-combustion carbon capture plant. The report describes the results from a base case and two sensitivity cases:
This report documents the assumptions used and presents the technical and economic performance for the above cases, as compared with the Task 1 CCGT Benchmark cases both with and without capture (see Deliverable D2.1).
- The base case consists of a CCGT plus ICP configured for 90% capture using an amine system but where the CCGT is unaffected by the capture plant. In this case the capture plant operates independently of the CCGT and is self-sufficient in steam and power;
- The first sensitivity case investigates the use of power import from the CCGT. The steam demand for the ICP is met with a package steam boiler;
- The second sensitivity case investigates the effect of importing both power and steam from the CCGT. This is considered to represent a retrofit scenario, where the ICP is built next to an existing CCGT.
||ETI-CC2015: CO2 Capture Technologies Benchmark Refresh
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