June 2006

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: CO2 capture race highlight of European conference

Will Europe or the US build the first commercial gasification project to produce power from solid hydrocarbons and capture and store the CO2 underground? That question was posed at the European Gasifi..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Will Europe or the US build the first commercial gasification project to produce power from solid hydrocarbons and capture and store the CO2 underground? That question was posed at the European Gasification Conference. Organized by iChemE and held in Barcelona, Spain, the conference offered paper after paper suggesting that a technology overlooked for decades might have found its time. According to the speakers, there are signals that the European Union's current review of energy policy will provide the long-term carbon pricing framework to unleash multiple zero emissions coal projects ahead of comparable US projects. Record attendance of 257 and a surprising breadth of international compa

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