• Vol 2, No 1 (2011)
  • Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Engineering

The Role of Carbon Capture and Storage in The Global Energy Portfolio

Stephanus Widjanarko, Bakhtiyor Ubaydullaev


Publish at : 01 Jan 2011 - 00:00
IJtech : IJtech Vol 2, No 1 (2011)
DOI : https://doi.org/10.14716/ijtech.v2i1.1020

Cite this article as:
Widjanarko, S.., & Ubaydullaev, B.. 2017. The Role of Carbon Capture and Storage in The Global Energy Portfolio. International Journal of Technology. Volume 2(1), pp.65-73
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Stephanus Widjanarko Universiteit Twente, Sustainable Energy Technology, PO Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlands
Bakhtiyor Ubaydullaev Universiteit Twente, Sustainable Energy Technology, PO Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlands
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Abstract

This review provides an insight for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology implementation possibilities in the niche of coal power generation plants. A brief explanation of the technology is necessary for understanding the technological and economic constraints affecting successful implementation. Barriers and opportunities for the technology are addressed, and the advantages for achieving climate change mitigation goals are discussed. Possible solutions to protect the technology and its implementation support are provided as well. This study maintains that international collaboration, government incentives, a positive investment climate, public awareness, and learning by doing experiments are needed to ensure that CCS technology operates successfully within coal power plants. Based on the conducted review, we conclude that renewable energy technologies must be developed rapidly and implemented as soon as possible; and until that time, CCS technology can provide a temporary solution by contributing to climate change mitigation plans.

CCS, Coal-fired power plant, Niche management

Introduction

Alphen, K.v., et al., 2007. Societal Acceptance of Carbon Capture and Storage Technologies. Energy Policy, 35: p. 4368-4380.

Hansson, M.B.A., 2009. Expert Opinions on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage - A Framing of Uncertainties and Possibilities. Energy Policy, 2009.

Annaland, M.v.S., 2010. Presentation: Novel Reactor Concepts For Syngas, H2 and Electricity. Hydrogen Technology Course: 2010.

Zwaan, K.S.B.v.d., 2009. CO2 Capture and Storage with Leakage in an Energy Climate Model. Environmental Model Assesment, 14: p. 135-148.

Bohm, M., et al., 2009. An Integrated Approach to CCS: A Canadian Environmental Superpower Opportunity. Energy Procedia, 1(1): p. 4419-4425.

Coninck, H.d. & Anderson, J., 2006. Acceptability of CO2 Capture and Storage: A Review of Legal, Regulatory, Economic and Social Aspects of CO2 Capture and Storage, in ECN-C--- 6-026.

Dapeng, L. & Weiwei, W., 2009. Barriers and Incentives of CCS Deployment in China: Results from Semistructured Interviews. Energy Policy, 37: p. 2421-2432.

Coninck, H.d., Stephens, J.C., Metz, B. 2009. Global Learning on Carbon Capture and Storage: A Call for Strong International Cooperation on CCS Demonstration. Energy Policy 37(6): p. 2161-2165.

Gerlagh, B.v.d.Z.R., 2008. The Economics of Geological CO2 Storage and Leakage. Climate Change Modelling and Policy.

Gibbins, H.C.J., 2008. Carbon Capture and Storage. Energy Policy.

Martinsen, D., Peter Markewitz, Stefan Vogele, 2007. CCS: A Future CO2 Mitigation Option for Germany?--A Bottom-Up approach. Energy Policy, 35(4): p. 2110-2120.

MIT, 2010. Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Projects. Available at [Accessed 2010 June 19,2010]

Odenbergera, M., Unger, T., Johnsson, F., 2009. Pathways for the North European Electricity Supply. Energy Policy, 37: p. 1660-1677.

Odenbergera, M. & Johnssona, F., 2009. The Role of CCS in the European Electricity Supply System. Energy Procedia, 1: p. 4273-4280.

Othman, M.R., et al., 2009. Strategic Planning on Carbon Capture from Coal Fired Plants in Malaysia and Indonesia: A review. Energy Policy, 37: p. 1718-1735.

Page, S.C., Williamson, A.G., Mason, I.G., 2009. Carbon Capture and Storage: Fundamental Thermodynamics and Current Technology. Energy Policy, 37(9): p. 3314-3324.

Puyvelde, D.R.V., 2009. CCS Opportunities in the Australian “Industrial Processes” Sector. Energy Procedia, 1: p. 109-116.

Reiner, D. & X. Liang, 2009. Opportunities and Hurdles in Applying CCS Technologies in China - With a Focus on Industrial Stakeholders. Energy Procedia, 1(1): p. 4827-4834.

Shackley, S., et al., 2007. Stakeholder Perceptions of CO2 Capture and Storage in Europe: Results from a Survey. Energy Policy, 35: p. 5091-5108.

Sheps, K.M., 2009. A Case for Deep-Ocean CO2 Sequestration. Energy Procedia, 1: p. 4961-4968.

Tokushigea, K. & K. Akimotoa, 2009. A Framework to Add Incentives for Managements After CO2 Injections. Energy Procedia, 1: p. 4633-4639.

Vercelli, S. & S. Lombardi, 2009. CCS as Part of a Global Cultural Development for Environmentally Sustainable Energy Production. Energy Procedia, 1(1): p. 4835-4841.

Viebahn, P., et al., 2007. Comparison of Carbon Capture and Storage with Renewable Energy Technologies Regarding Structural, Economic, and Ecological Aspects in Germany. Greenhouse Gas Control, 1: p. 121-133.

References

Alphen, K.v., et al., 2007. Societal Acceptance of Carbon Capture and Storage Technologies. Energy Policy, 35: p. 4368-4380.

Hansson, M.B.A., 2009. Expert Opinions on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage - A Framing of Uncertainties and Possibilities. Energy Policy, 2009.

Annaland, M.v.S., 2010. Presentation: Novel Reactor Concepts For Syngas, H2 and Electricity. Hydrogen Technology Course: 2010.

Zwaan, K.S.B.v.d., 2009. CO2 Capture and Storage with Leakage in an Energy Climate Model. Environmental Model Assesment, 14: p. 135-148.

Bohm, M., et al., 2009. An Integrated Approach to CCS: A Canadian Environmental Superpower Opportunity. Energy Procedia, 1(1): p. 4419-4425.

Coninck, H.d. & Anderson, J., 2006. Acceptability of CO2 Capture and Storage: A Review of Legal, Regulatory, Economic and Social Aspects of CO2 Capture and Storage, in ECN-C--- 6-026.

Dapeng, L. & Weiwei, W., 2009. Barriers and Incentives of CCS Deployment in China: Results from Semistructured Interviews. Energy Policy, 37: p. 2421-2432.

Coninck, H.d., Stephens, J.C., Metz, B. 2009. Global Learning on Carbon Capture and Storage: A Call for Strong International Cooperation on CCS Demonstration. Energy Policy 37(6): p. 2161-2165.

Gerlagh, B.v.d.Z.R., 2008. The Economics of Geological CO2 Storage and Leakage. Climate Change Modelling and Policy.

Gibbins, H.C.J., 2008. Carbon Capture and Storage. Energy Policy.

Martinsen, D., Peter Markewitz, Stefan Vogele, 2007. CCS: A Future CO2 Mitigation Option for Germany?--A Bottom-Up approach. Energy Policy, 35(4): p. 2110-2120.

MIT, 2010. Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Projects. Available at [Accessed 2010 June 19,2010]

Odenbergera, M., Unger, T., Johnsson, F., 2009. Pathways for the North European Electricity Supply. Energy Policy, 37: p. 1660-1677.

Odenbergera, M. & Johnssona, F., 2009. The Role of CCS in the European Electricity Supply System. Energy Procedia, 1: p. 4273-4280.

Othman, M.R., et al., 2009. Strategic Planning on Carbon Capture from Coal Fired Plants in Malaysia and Indonesia: A review. Energy Policy, 37: p. 1718-1735.

Page, S.C., Williamson, A.G., Mason, I.G., 2009. Carbon Capture and Storage: Fundamental Thermodynamics and Current Technology. Energy Policy, 37(9): p. 3314-3324.

Puyvelde, D.R.V., 2009. CCS Opportunities in the Australian “Industrial Processes” Sector. Energy Procedia, 1: p. 109-116.

Reiner, D. & X. Liang, 2009. Opportunities and Hurdles in Applying CCS Technologies in China - With a Focus on Industrial Stakeholders. Energy Procedia, 1(1): p. 4827-4834.

Shackley, S., et al., 2007. Stakeholder Perceptions of CO2 Capture and Storage in Europe: Results from a Survey. Energy Policy, 35: p. 5091-5108.

Sheps, K.M., 2009. A Case for Deep-Ocean CO2 Sequestration. Energy Procedia, 1: p. 4961-4968.

Tokushigea, K. & K. Akimotoa, 2009. A Framework to Add Incentives for Managements After CO2 Injections. Energy Procedia, 1: p. 4633-4639.

Vercelli, S. & S. Lombardi, 2009. CCS as Part of a Global Cultural Development for Environmentally Sustainable Energy Production. Energy Procedia, 1(1): p. 4835-4841.

Viebahn, P., et al., 2007. Comparison of Carbon Capture and Storage with Renewable Energy Technologies Regarding Structural, Economic, and Ecological Aspects in Germany. Greenhouse Gas Control, 1: p. 121-133.