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Date: 11th-12th November 2009

Imperial College, London, SW7 2AZ, UK

Imperial College LondonImperial College, London

Organised by IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme


1. Agenda

Day 1 Wednesday 11th November 2009

Welcome and Introduction

13.30 to 13.40

IEA GHG and Imperial College

Electricity Systems and CCS Operating Requirements Chair: John Kessels, IEA Clean Coal Center, UK

13.40 to 15.15





Value of flexible operation of advanced coal plants with CCS – Tom Wilson, EPRI, USA

The need for flexibility in power plants with CCS– John Davison, IEA GHG, UK

The impact of intermittency  – James Cox, Poyry, UK

Grid and process modeling of flexible post-combustion CO2 capture – Stuart Cohen, University of Texas, USA

Question and answer session 

15.15 - 15.45 Break

CO2 Transport and Storage

15.45 to 16.25


CO2 transport (presentation not available on the IEA GHG website) – Julia Race, Newcastle University, UK

CCS operating flexibility experience from In Salah – Jonathan Forsyth, BP, UK

16.25 - 16.40

Questions and answer session

Overview of CCS Plant Felxibility Modelling

16.40 to 17.05

– Colin Alie, University of Waterloo, Canada

Pre-Combustion Capture Plant Chair: John Griffiths, Jacobs Engineering, UK

17.05 to 17.45

IGCC with CCS, designs and experience – Rosa Maria Domenichini, Foster Wheeler, Italy


Analysis of flexibility options for electricity generating projects with pre-combustion capture of CO2 – Andy Brown, Progressive Energy, UK

17.45 to 18.00

Questions and answer session

18.00 Close Day 1


Day 2 Thursday 12th Novemeber 2009

Oxyfuel Plants Chair:Peter Stephenson, RWE npower, UK

09.00 to 10.00



Study of the process and operation of oxyfuel power plant          – Shunichiro Ueno, IHI, Japan

Oxyfuel combustion technology – Michael Maloney, Doosan Babcock, UK

ASU and CO2 processing units for oxyfuel CO2 capture plants
 – Vince White, Air Products, UK

10.00 to 10.15

Questions and answer session

10.15 - 10.45 Break

Post-Combustion Capture Plants Chair: Jon Gibbins, Imperial College, UK

10.45 to 12.05


Experience with the CASTOR/CESAR pilot plant – Jørgen Nørklit Jensen, DONG Energy, Denmark

Steam turbines for operating and future-proof upgrading flexibility – Mathieu Lucquiaud, Imperial College London, UK

Modelling of post combustion capture plant flexibility– Hanne Kvamsdal, SINTEF, Norway

Operability of power plants with CCS – Finn Are Michelsen, SINTEF, Norway

12.05 to 12.20

Questions and answer session

12.20 to 12.35 Discussion and Priorities for Future research Chair: John Davison, IEA GHG, UK

12.35 to 12.40 Close of Meeting

13.40 - 13.45 Lunch