Chapter 1. CO2 capture with monoethanolamine: Solvent management and environmental impacts during long term operation at the Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) (2019)
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1. CO2 capture with monoethanolamine: Solvent management and environmental impacts during long term operation at the Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) (2019)

Anne Kolstad Morkena,b,⁎, Steinar Pedersena,b, Stein Olav Nessea,b, Nina Enaasen Fløa,b, Kim Johnsena,b, Jane Karin Festea,b, Thomas de Cazenovea, Leila Faramarzia,b, Kai Vernstadc

aTechnology Centre Mongstad (TCM), 5954 Mongstad, Norway bEquinor ASA, P.O. Box 8500, 4035 Stavanger, Norway cSintef Materialer og Kjemi, Avd Bioteknologi, Sem Sælands vei 2, 7034 Trondheim, Norway

International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 82 (2019) 175–183
Available online 17 January 2019
1750-5836/ © 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

The owners of the Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM DA) started a monoethanolamine (MEA) test campaign in June 2017. The main objective was to produce knowledge and information that can be used to reduce the cost as well as technical, environmental and financial risks of commercial scale deployment of post-combustion capture (PCC). The campaign covered experimental activities in the amine plant from the 12th of June 2017 until the 30th of July 2018. A wide range of operating conditions were applied, thus giving a unique opportunity to study the impacts on the solvent quality, degradation behavior, corrosion tendency and emissions to the atmosphere. The current work describes how solvent quality and low emissions to atmosphere can be maintained during long- term operation by appropriate solvent management.

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