ISCR 2022 conferences - Eric FAVRE

Carbon capture processes for use or storage (CCUS): state of the art and challenges
ISCR conference - Eric FAVRE

Eric FAVRE is a Professor at the "Réactions et Génie des Procédés" Laboratory (LRGP) of the University of Lorraine in Nancy.

Global warming issues address huge scientific, technological, economical, and societal challenges. Besides decreased use of fossil fuels, increased energy efficiency, and increased use of renewables, the capture of carbon, more specifically from large emitting sources (power plants, blast furnaces, cement factories, petrorefineries, etc.) is considered as a key lever [1]. After concentration and purification from flue gases, carbon dioxide can either be stored into geological formations (carbon capture and storage, CCS) or transformed into molecules for use as chemicals or for fuel applications (carbon capture and use, CCU). ...

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  • Patrick Loulergue, Univ Rennes, ISCR-CNRS UMR 6226, F-35000 Rennes, France
    patrick [dot] loulergue [dot] 1atuniv-rennes1 [dot] fr

 

Published November 21, 2022