– 30 references minimum, including a minimum of 15 journal publications with quartile rankings
– References older than 2008 shall not be used
– References shall be in IEEE citation
– Outline of the report and some list of references will be send separately
– If there is no price impact a min of 20 slides presentation is required
– Report shall include figures and tables but that shall be excluded from the total number of words
Below is the Tentative outline of the report, however it may be updated according to the writer view but the report should cover the main sections
Table of Contents
List of figures
List of Tables
1.1 Effects of Climate change
1.2 Trends in Global CO2 emissions
1.3 Objective and Scope of the Project
1.4 Project Approach
2.0 Literature Survey
2.1 Role of Carbon Capture and Storage
2.2 CO2 Capture Schemes
2.2.1 Post-Combustion Capture Systems
2.2.2 Pre-Combustion Capture Systems
2.2.3 Oxy-Fuel Capture Systems
2.3 CO2 Separation Technologies
2.3.3 Gas Separation Membranes
2.3.4 Cryogenic Distillation
2.4 CO2 Transport
2.5 CO2 Storage
2.6 Case Study: Carbon Capture and Storage in Oil & Gas Industry
2.6.1 The Principles of Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery
2.6.2 Applications of Carbon Capture and Storage in Oil & Gas Industry
2.6.3 Future Potential and Challenges
2.6.4 Carbone Dioxide Enhance Oil Recovery in UAE’s Oil & Gas Industry
2.7 Policies and Regulations of Carbon Capture and Storage
2.8 Environmental Impact of Carbon Capture and Storage
2.9 Economics of Carbon Capture and Storage
2.10 Current and Future Carbon Capture and Storage technologies
List of references
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J. Koornneef, A. Ramírez, et al., “The environmental impact and risk assessment of CO2 capture, transport and storage – An evaluation of the knowledge base,” Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, Volume 38, Issue 1, pp. 62-86, February 2012.
T. Rufford, S. Smart, et al., “The removal of CO2 and N2 from natural gas: A review of conventional and emerging process technologies,” Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, Volumes 94–95, pp. 123-154, September 2012.
M. Wang, A. Lawal, et al., “Post-combustion CO2 capture with chemical absorption: A state-of-the-art review,” Chemical Engineering Research and Design, Volume 89, Issue 9, pp. 1609-1624, September 2011.
J. Pires, F.. Martins, et al., “Recent developments on carbon capture and storage: An overview,” Chemical Engineering Research and Design, Volume 89, Issue 9, pp. 1446-1460, September 2011.
O. Akashi, T. Hanaoka, et al., “A projection for global CO2 emissions from the industrial sector through 2030 based on activity level and technology changes,” Energy, Volume 36, Issue 4, pp. 1855-1867, April 2011.
V. Alvarado, E. Manriqure, “Enhanced Oil Recovery: An Update Review,” Engeries, Volume 4, Issue 9, pp. 1529-1575, September 2010.
H. Radhi, “Evaluating the potential impact of global warming on the UAE residential buildings – A contribution to reduce the CO2 emissions,” Building and Environment, Volume 44, Issue 12, pp. 2451-2462, December 2009.
M. Mondal, H. Balsora, et al., “Progress and trends in CO2 capture/separation technologies: A review,” Energy, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp. 431-441, October 2012.
J. Adewole, A. Ahmad, et al., “Current challenges in membrane separation of CO2 from natural gas: A review,” International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 17, pp. 46-65, September 2013.
Technical Aspects of CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery and Associated Carbon Storage
Authors: Global CCS Institute
Published: 04 Nov 2013
Strategic Analysis of the Global Status of CCS – Country Study United Arab Emirates
Authors: Baker & McKenzie, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Schlumberger, Worley Parsons, Published: 31 Mar 2009
CCS in the United Arab Emirates
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