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CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture ProjectCO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture Project

CO2CRC researchers used this solvent rig to evaluate and improve solvent technologies for separating carbon dioxide from syngas.

CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture ProjectCO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture Project

Solvent absorption is one of three carbon dioxide separation technologies evaluated during the CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Carbon Capture Project.


CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture ProjectCO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture Project

CO2CRC researcher Kohei Endo, from the University of Melbourne, adjusts the solvent rig, part of Australia's first pre-combustion carbon capture project.

CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture ProjectCO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture Project

This solvent rig is one of three CO2CRC rigs used during the CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture Project. These rigs captured CO2 from syngas, the product of the brown coal gasifier, using three innovative technologies.


CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture ProjectCO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture Project

During the CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture Project CO2CRC researchers used three innovative technologies in an evaluation of pre-combustion capture of CO2. Pictured here is the membrane rig, on the left, and the adsorption rig, right.

CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture ProjectCO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture Project

CO2CRC researcher Dr Colin Scholes, from the University of Melbourne, adjusts the membrane rig, part of Australia's first pre-combustion carbon capture project.


CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture ProjectCO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture Project

CO2CRC researcher Dr Colin Scholes, from the University of Melbourne, adjusts the membrane rig, part of Australia's first pre-combustion carbon capture project.

CO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture ProjectCO2CRC/HRL Mulgrave Capture Project

CO2CRC researcher Kaustubh Joshi, from Monash University, adjusts the adsorption rig, part of Australia's first pre-combustion carbon capture project.



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