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Czech-Norway Pilot CCS Study

Basic characteristics of Project activities

Characteristics of the workgroups

WP0 Management

  • project coordination – creation of project structure and ensuring administrative support
  • internal management agenda
  • communication with provider and partners of the project
  • ensuring bilateral cooperation, ie. transmitting information, organization of workshops, seminars / conferences

Responsible partner: CTU – Mgr. Pavlína Chánová

WP1 Initial analysis

  • project coordination – creation of the project structure ensuring administrative support
  • determination of entry conditions for analysis
  • summary of the results from previous project and their use in the this proje
  • setting conditions of the this project, for potential comparison with previous project
  • resulting amount of separated CO2 and its potential uses

Responsible partner: CTU – doc. Ing. Tomáš Dlouhý, CSc. – ČVUT

WP2 Analysis of process operations

  • project coordination – creation of the project structure ensuring administrative support
  • development of fundamental schemes partial operational systems
  • verifying their feasibility (present, near future)
  • recommendation of the most suitable technical solutions for individual working systems

Responsible partner: ÚJV Řež – Ing. Lukáš Pilař, Ph. D.

WP3 Technical-economic analysis of the systém

  • project coordination – creation of the project structure ensuring administrative support
  • design of process schema and technical analysis of the system – quantification of operational parameters for input into the economic model
  • economic evaluation of models
  • optimization of models and evaluate the options and recommendations for cost reductions

Responsible partner: CTU – doc. Ing. Michal Kolovratník CSc.

WP4 Analysis of results and recommendations

  • project coordination – creation of the project structure ensuring administrative support
  • comparison of outputs / outcomes from the result / proposal technology pre-combustion technology with oxyfuel and post-combustion
  • technical and economic comparison of CO2 separation technology
  • evaluation and selection of suitable variants of CCS technology for coal-fired units with an output power of 250MW

Responsible partner: CTU – Prof. Ing. František Hrdlička, CSc.

WP5 The transport of CO2 and assessment of the entire system

  • project coordination – creation of the project structure ensuring administrative support
  • Initial analysis, choice of transport routes, entry conditions
  • Transport of CO2
  • Assessment of the entire system (separation, transport and storage)

Responsible partner: SINTEF – Jana P. Jakobsen, PhD.

WP6 IGCC with post-combustion – Ca-looping

  • project coordination – creation of the project structure ensuring administrative support
  • Design and Analysis of technology Calooping
  • Optimization of energy system
  • IGCC with CCS technology pre a post-combustion

Responsible partner: ČVUT – Ing. Monika Vitvarová