In its recent General Assembly (GA) meeting the GA approved the inclusion of new facilities for CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage research in the ECCSEL RI.
In total 16 new facilities from 3 countries were approved for inclusion.
The facilities are operated by the following companies in three countries:
UK - University of Edinburgh (SSCS)
- PSA:Multi-column Vacuum Pressure Swing Adsorption
- AGL: Applied Geoscience Laboratory
- Microwave Swing: Microwave Swing Adsorption
- MFPCS - Multiphase flow: Multiphase Flow in Single Pores and Core Samples
- CySim - Adsorption model.: Adsorption Process Modelling and Optimisation
UK - Heriot Watt University
- CompModSim: Computational Modelling and Simulation Laboratory
- X-Ray CT - HWU-RCCS: X-Ray CT Scanner
- Core Flood Rig: Core Flood Rig
- Carbon Capture Rigs: Carbon Capture Rigs and Materials Characterisation
- PHOTO RIG: Photocatalysis Reactor and Photoelectrochemical Rigs
UK - University of Aberdeen
- X-RAY TOMOGRAPHY: MicroCT - Aberdeen X-Ray Tomography Lab / ZEISS XRadia 410 Versa High-Resolution 3D X-ray Tomography Microscope System
- ACEMAC Nano-scale: Aberdeen Centre for Electron Microscopy, Analysis and Characterisation (ACEMAC) - Micro and Nano Microscopy and Analysis Facility
UK - University of Strathclyde
- AMRL: Advanced Materials Research Laboratory
- XCT: NIKON XT H 225/320 LC COMPUTER TOMOGRAPHY “NYX”
UK - TUV NEL
- CO2 Static Test Facility: Static CO2 Facility
Italy - LEAP (Laboratorio Energia e Ambiente Piacenza)
- "CO2 box” is composed by two apparatuses: a phase equilibrium test rig + a single phase test rig. It is useful to study properties of CO2 and CO2 mixtures, and to investigate flow in pipelines and wells, ship transport.
Norway - Sintef Energy Research
The full descriptions and fact sheets will be available on the ECCSEL website early February.