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A comparison of combustion technologies for electricity generation

2006

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Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank (in alphabetical order) Terry Carter of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Peter Douglas of the University of Waterloo, Mary Griffiths of the Pembina Institute, Manfred Klein of Environment Canada, Ahmed Shafeen of the CANMET Energy Technology Centre and Gary Stiegel of National Energy Technology Laboratories. [...] A Comparison of Combustion Technologies for Electricity Generation • The Pembina Institute • iii Table of Contents A Comparison of Combustion Technologies for Electricity Generation 2006 Update Including a Discussion of Carbon Capture and Storage in an Ontario Context Table of Contents Notes to the Reader. [...] The combustion of the coal in the presence of the sorbent facilitates the capture of sulphur dioxide (SO2). [...] The reacted sorbent is removed with the bed ash through the bottom of the boiler and with the fly ash that has been collected in the dust collectors at the top of the boiler stacks. [...] The CO2 rises to the top of the aquifer and, over tens to hundreds of years, eventually dissolves into the salty water, reacting with minerals in the formation to form stable compounds similar to carbonate.73 One example of commercially operated saline aquifer sequestration is the Sleipner Project operated by Statoil in the North Sea off the coast of Norway, where CO2 is compressed and pumped into

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environment energy coal ccs water natural gas science and technology natural resources carbon sequestration chemicals chemistry electric power gas nox physics environmental pollution energy production boiler carbon capture and storage energy and resource artificial objects sequestration co chemical process engineering gasification combined cycle igcc ngcc

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