CCS-Carbon Capture and Storage Research in The Netherlands

TU DELFTResearch is mainly carried out within the CATO programme. TUD focus on:
• Subsurface storage in depleted reservoirs
• CO2 capture
• Karl Heinz Wolf (CiTG)
TNO• Pre-combustion capture.
• Public perception of CCS.
• CCS policy.
• Post combustion capture
• Subsurface storage (o.a. monitoring, modelling, …)
• System integration Transport
• Techno economical evaluations
• CCS public perception and policy
• Paul Cobden
• Jessanne Mastop
• Earl Goetheer
• Philip Neele
• Cor Hofstee
Carbon capture technologie
UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE• Post combustion capture
• Solvent and sorbent technologies
• CO2 capture from air
Wim Brilman
RUG• Effects of impurities in carbon dioxide on the carbon transport and storage chair optimization
• Regulating Carbon Capture and Storage
• Subsurface storage of CO2
• Energy efficient capture of CO2
• Monitoring CO2 storage
Martha Roggenkamp
Rien Herber
Geert Versteeg
Harro Meijer
TU/eMultischale modeling multi phase flows, CE
• Fluidized bed modelling
• Porous media flow modelling
Turbulence & vortex dyn, AP
• Droplets in turbulence (combustion)
• Optimization of turbulent & laminar heat transfer
• Modelling photo-bio reactors
• Transport of shale gas & heat
Separations technology, CE
• Natural solvents for delignification
• Deep eutectic solvents
• Sour gas sweetening
• CO2 capture by natural solvents
Energy technology, ME
• Liquefaction of natural gas
• Fracture studies (shale gas)
Combustion technology, ME
• Gas turbine studies
• 2nd gen biofuels
• Micro CHP
Process technology, ME
• Shale gas/oil exploration
Chemical process intensification, CE
• Carbon capture with membranes
• Chemical looping comustion
Control systems, EE
• Model based optim. of fossils exploration
Multiscale engineering fluid dynamics, ME
• Modelling for shale gas/oil exploration
• Hans Kuipers

• Herman Clercx

• Maaike Kroon

• David Smeulders

• Philip de Goey

• Hans Kuerten

• Martin van Sint Annaland

• Paul van den Hof

• Harald van Brummelen
Schuiven naar boven