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The CO2CRC H3 Capture Project was Australia's most comprehensive CO2 capture research facility. The project utilised the solvent capture plant (pictured at back) installed by GDF SUEZ as part of the Hazelwood Carbon Capture Project, as well as a CO2CRC adsorption rig (front left) and membrane rig (front right).

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Vacuum swing adsorption is one of three carbon dioxide separation technologies evaluated through the CO2CRC H3 Capture Project.


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The membrane rig pictured here is part of the Australia's most comprehensive CO2 capture research facility.

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CO2CRC researcher Dr Colin Scholes, from the University of Melbourne, adjusts the membrane rig, part of Australia's most comprehensive CO2 capture research facility.


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The CO2CRC H3 Capture Project, at the GDF SUEZ Hazelwood Power Station in Victoria's Latrobe Valley, was launched by Victorian Energy and Resources Minister Peter Batchelor in conjunction with International Power's Hazelwood Carbon Capture Project on Wednesday 8 July 2009.

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Vacuum swing adsorption is one of three carbon dioxide separation technologies evaluated through the CO2CRC H3 Capture Project.


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CO2CRC researcher Clem Powell working in the Capture Program laboratory at Melbourne University.

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CO2CRC Researcher Hiroaki Habaki adjusting the operating parameters for a pilot scale absorption column at the University of Melbourne.



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