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									6th Workshop 2nd draft Agenda                                   9 February 2004

                                6th International CO2 Capture
                                8-9 March 2004
                                Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim,
                                Norway, hosted by Professor Hallvard Svendsen

Monday 8 March
09.00 Bus departs Radisson SAS Royal Garden Hotel
09.15 Arrival at NTNU. Workshop Location: PFI-building, 5th floor (see map)
09.30 Welcome and Introductions, John Topper and Hallvard Svendsen
09.45 Background on NTNU, Hallvard Svendsen and Past Workshops, John Topper
10.15 - Session 1 – Systems Modelling and Process Economics – John Barrie, Chair
    a) Imperial College, UK, Principles and performance limits for integrating amine
       scrubbing with coal and gas fired power plants, Jon Gibbins
    b) Carnegie Mellon University, USA Comparisons of PC NGCC and IGCC
       systems using the IECM model and lessons from SO2 Capture by Ed Rubin
Coffee Break
    c) Fluor, Canada, Results of Canadian Clean Power Coalition studies, John
    d) Statoil ASA, Corporate Strategic Technology, Technologies studied in CCP,
       Gelein de Koeijer (Suggested)
12.30 – 13.30 LUNCH AT PFI Cantina
13.30 – Session 2 - Pilot Plant and Process Studies – Malcolm Wilson, Chair
    a) University of Regina, Canada, update on the ITC, PT or Malcolm Wilson
    b) Toshiba, Japan report on Developments of Toshiba’s Lithium Silicate solid
       CO2 Absorption studies, Dr Masahiro Kato and Mr Shinobu Moniwa.
    c) Pacific North West Laboratories, USA, Amine modified solid sorbents,
       Christopher Aardahl.
    d) RITE, Japan, CO2 Capture by membranes, Shingo Kazama
6th Workshop 2nd draft Agenda                             9 February 2004

Coffee Break
15.30 - Session 3 – Fundamental studies, Hallvard Svendsen, Chair
    a) Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Norway, Update on work at
       Department of Chemical Engineering, Hallvard Svendsen
    b) TNO, Netherlands, New solvents based on amino acid salt solutions for CO2
       Capture from flue gases, Paul Feron
    c) Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Norway, CO2 capture by
       activated MDEA in a membrane contactor, Karl A. Hoff
    d) Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Impact of amine solutions on
       membranes for use as contactors, Dr Wang Rong
17.10 Review Plans for Day 2 and Adjourn: Bus returns to Radisson Hotel
19.30 Dinner at downtown restaurant within walking distance of Radisson Hotel
        Kindly Sponsored by STATOIL.
Tuesday 9 March
9.00     Bus departs hotel
9.15 Arrival at NTNU. Workshop Location: PFI Building 5th floor
09.30 - Session 4 – Related activities and Events, John Topper, Chair
    a) Presentation on the CASTOR Project – an EU funded multi-partner, multi-
       country research project in post combustion capture, Paul Feron
    b) Presentation on the ENCAP Project- another EU funded project, Marie
       Anheden, Vatenfall (suggested)
    c) The founding of the CSLF and the potential contribution of this Network – a
       discussion started by John Topper
    d) GHGT7 and the associated Network workshop in Vancouver, A discussion lead
        by Malcolm Wilson and John Topper
11.30 - Closing Remarks, John Topper and Hallvard Svendsen
12.00 – 13.00 LUNCH AT PFI Cantina
13.00 – 14.00 Visits to Laboratories in Department of Chemical Engineering
Bus to STATOIL Research Centre
14.30 – 16.00 Presentation and visits to STATOIL research laboratories.
16.00 (approx) Bus departs ; arrives back at Radisson Hotel about 16.15
It will also be possible to depart directly to the airport from STATOIL

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