2C Underground Gassification and Mineralisation

  1. CO2 injection in a coal seam – Insights from the European CARBOLAB project with focus on water geochemical monitoring 
    Frédérick Gal, Eric Proust, Aurélien, BR 

  2. TOPS: Technology options for coupled underground coal gasification and CO2 capture and storage: 
    Sevket Durucan, Anna Korre, Ji-Quan Shi, Imperial College London; Matthew Idiens, Seamwell International; Krzysztof Stañczyk, Anna Rogut-Dabrowska, Glówny Instytut Górnictwa; Thomas Klempka, GFZ Potsdam; Karl-Heinz Wolf, Delft University; Paul Younger, University of Glasgow; Simon Zavsek, Coal Mine Velenje; Niels Erik Poulsen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland; Dariusz Bojda, Katowicki Holding Weglowy; Sebastian Franzsen, Seamwell (Hong kong); Mihai Muresan, Golder Associates Africa; Jianliang Gao, Henan Polytechnic University; Andrew Beath, CSIRO; Ranjith Pathegama, Monash University; Zhangxing Chen, University of Calgary; Maria Mastalerz, University of Indiana
     
  3. Flue gas CO2 mineralization using thermally activated serpentine: From single-to double-step carbonation: 
    Misha Werner, Subrahmanniam Hariharan, Marco Mazzotti, ETH Zurich
     
  4. Carbonation of industrial residues for CO2 storage and utilization as a treatment to achieve multiple environmental benefits: 
    Renato Bachiocchi, Oriana Capobianco, Giulia Costa, Milena Morone, Daniela Zingaretti, University of Rome

  5. CO2 mineralisation: Production of CaCO3-type material in a continuous flow disintegrator-reactor:
    Olga Velts, Merit Nigol, Mai Uibu, Juha Kallas, Rein Kuusik, Tallin Iniveristy of Technology
  • Tuesday, 21 July 2015