Evaluation of multiple time carbon capture and storage network with capital-carbon trade-off

Annasit Mualim, Hairul Huda, Ali Altway, Juwari Purwo Sutikno, Renanto Handogo*

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Abstract

The carbon dioxide emission from the industrial sector and the power plant contribute significantly to global climate change for several decades. The carbon capture and storage technology is the primary solution to reach the reduction target of carbon dioxide emissions. The carbon capture and storage activities involve CO2 capturing, transporting, and storing in geological storage, requires number planning. The process integration approach by pinch analysis method can be used for the carbon capture and storage planning problem and to develop the carbon capture and storage network design. However, the applicability of the method needs to be evaluated when some constraints in carbon capture and storage network design are applied. This paper proposes an improved pinch analysis based method for carbon capture and storage target and network design. The method begins with targeting the maximum carbon exchange in the carbon capture and storage system, which is followed by designing the carbon capture and storage network. Next, the capital-carbon trade-off is introduced as a new strategy for assessing carbon capture and storage network design to show the economic feasibility of the design. Four case studies demonstrate the applicability of the proposed method to the carbon capture and storage systems in the central and western part of Indonesia. The application of this new strategy in the western part of Indonesia as a single region system revealed that the flat minimum of the total annual cost is obtained at a five year time difference with the amount of up to US$ 149.3 million.

Original languageEnglish
Article number125710
JournalJournal of Cleaner Production
Volume291
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2021

Keywords

  • CCS
  • Carbon trade-off
  • Minimum time difference
  • Multi-region
  • Pinch analysis

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