Emerging CO2 capture systems
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2015

In 2005, the IPCC SRCCS recognized the large potential for developing and scaling up a wide range of emerging CO2 capture technologies that promised to deliver lower energy penalties and cost. These included new energy conversion technologies such as chemical looping and novel capture systems based on the use of solid sorbents or membrane-based separation systems. In the last 10 years, a substantial body of scientific and technical literature on these topics has been produced from a large number of R&D projects worldwide, trying to demonstrate these concepts at increasing pilot scales, test and model the performance of key components at bench scale, investigate and develop improved functional materials, optimize the full process schemes with a view to a wide range of industrial applications, and to carry out more rigorous cost studies etc. This paper presents a general and critical review of the state of the art of these emerging CO2 capture technologies paying special attention to specific process routes that have undergone a substantial increase in technical readiness level toward the large scales required by any CO2 capture system.

Chemical looping

CO2 capture

Calcium looping

Solid sorbents



J. C. Abanades

CSIC - Instituto Nacional del Carbón (INCAR)

B. Arias

CSIC - Instituto Nacional del Carbón (INCAR)

Anders Lyngfelt

Chalmers, Energi och miljö, Energiteknik

Tobias Mattisson

Chalmers, Energi och miljö, Energiteknik

D. E. Wiley

Cooperative Research Centres Australia

H. Li

Cooperative Research Centres Australia

M. T. Ho

Cooperative Research Centres Australia

E. Mangano

University of Edinburgh

S. Brandani

University of Edinburgh

International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control

1750-5836 (ISSN)

Vol. 40 126-166





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