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  • 1. Advanced CO2 capture Knut Sanden - Vice President and Manager of ACC Global CCI Member Meeting Bergen May 8th, 2012 The preferred partner www.akercleancarbon.com part of Aker
  • 2. Aker Clean Carbon A global supplier of cost-effective CO2 capture plants and technology Ownership: Aker Solutions (100%) Office: Oslo, Norway  A focused technology company • 20 years of CCS know-how and experience acquired via Aker projects • Core competence within flue gas treatment and CO2 capture • Invested €50M in technology, leading one of the largest R&D programmes in Europe (SOLVit) • Operating a unique, advanced mobile test unit (MTU), engaged in several CCS projects. • 25 persons in ACC and about 300 employees in Aker have been engaged in CCS  Aker Clean Carbon’s step by step business approach: Develop – Test – Improve – Deploy1996 1996 1998 2007 2008 2011 2012NTNU/SINTEF lab rig Sleipner field Kårstø CO2 pilot Kårstø demo study Mobile Test Unit Large scale pilot constructed The preferred partner |2 © Aker Clean Carbon part of Aker
  • 3. At the core of Aker Clean Carbon’s activities: Technology, Process Design and Equipment Strategy: Full scale plant and process design, specification of proprietary equipment packages, solvent formulation, performance guarantees and licencing of technology Removal of NH3, amines and nitrosamines Treated Flue Gas CO2 to transport and storage and EORKey Equipment ACC Emission Control ACC 1. Absorber Tower Desorber Water Wash 2. Desorber incl Reboiler CO2 & 3. Direct Contact Cooler Compressor Water Balance 4. Reclaimer 5. Energy Saver Characteristics:  Comprehensive track record  Uncompromising on Flue Gas environmental standards Inlet  Cost and energy focus ACC  Modularization Reboiler ACC ACC Flue ACC Reclaimer Direct Gas Absorber Tower ACC Contact Fan Energy Filter Cooler Saver package The preferred partner |3 © Aker Clean Carbon part of Aker
  • 4. Research & DevelopmentSOLVit: Key European CCS R&D programmeSOLVit objective:Solvent development and selection – key to CCS costreduction8 year programme from 2008317 MNOK (~ $60 million), of which phase II MNOK 90 Research contributors: SINTEF, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), ACC Supported by: Gassnova, Climit (Norwegian state) Industrial partners: E.ON and EnBW The project is managed by ACC SOLVit ACC The preferred partner |4 This document contains Proprietary and Confidential information of Aker Clean Carbon AS. part of Aker It shall not be disclosed to any person by Recipient except as permitted by the applicable © Aker Clean Carbon Confidentiality Agreement between the Parties.
  • 5. MTU at National Carbon Capture Centre in Alabama • Tested 5 different solvents • Over 15 000 operating hours • Risavika gas power: Sept.2008 – March 2009 • Longannet coal power: May 2009 – Mar. 2011 • NCCC supercritical coal power The preferred partner May 2011- Dec. 2011 |5 © Aker Clean Carbon • Mongstad (TCM): This document contains Proprietary and Confidential information of Aker Clean Carbon AS. It shall not be disclosed to any person by Recipient except as permitted by the applicable part of Aker Confidentiality Agreement between the Parties. 2012 – 2013
  • 6. The Heilbronn pilot in Germany – operated by EnBW forSOLVit The preferred partner |6 This document contains Proprietary and Confidential information of Aker Clean Carbon AS. part of Aker It shall not be disclosed to any person by Recipient except as permitted by the applicable © Aker Clean Carbon Confidentiality Agreement between the Parties.
  • 7. TCM - Technology Centre MongstadThe preferred partner part of Aker
  • 8. TCM Project – Construction learnings Installation at site Prefabrication at Stord Fabrication of equipment The preferred partner © Aker | part of Aker
  • 9. Absorber Tower Desorber Towers• Concrete using slip form • 2 off; optimized operation for the• Dimensions; 8 m2 x 62 m two flue gases• Estensive instrumentation and • CHP desorber: sampling possibilities (e.g. 96 T- • H: 28 m (TT) sensors) • Plate hx (3365 kW)• 5 packed bed sections; • RFCC desorber:• 333 steps... • H: 28 m (TT) • Shell & tube hx (7140 kW)The preferred partner|9 This document contains Proprietary and Confidential information of Aker Clean Carbon AS. part of Aker It shall not be disclosed to any person by Recipient except as permitted by the applicable© Aker Clean Carbon Confidentiality Agreement between the Parties.
  • 10. Amine storage/holding • Flexible system for solventEnergy Saver change-over • Enabeling testing of ACC• ACC proprietary equipment solvents• Reduction of thermal energy by estimated 26% (solvent specific) Sampling possibilities • 39 sampling points, of which 31 are amine sampling points with DoPak system • Online emission measurementsThe preferred partner| 10 This document contains Proprietary and Confidential information of Aker Clean Carbon AS. part of Aker It shall not be disclosed to any person by Recipient except as permitted by the applicable© Aker Clean Carbon Confidentiality Agreement between the Parties.
  • 11. ACC Demo Periode Following successful performance testing, ACC is scheduled to rent the TCM amine facility for a duration of 14 month TCMDA will operate plant ACC to define • test program • supervise test modes • analyse and report results ACC has full ownership of test results Verification of performance • Energy • Emissions and general HSE • Operability • Variations in flue gas sources MTU will be operated alongside TCMThe preferred partner| 11 This document contains Proprietary and Confidential information of Aker Clean Carbon AS. part of Aker It shall not be disclosed to any person by Recipient except as permitted by the applicable© Aker Clean Carbon Confidentiality Agreement between the Parties.
  • 12. Technology Qualification • DNV is facilitating technology qualification processes for ACC • Technology qualifications items linked to scale-up to be resolved through TCM • All technology developments steps to be endorsed by Clients, DNV or other third partyThe preferred partner| 12 This document contains Proprietary and Confidential information of Aker Clean Carbon AS. part of Aker It shall not be disclosed to any person by Recipient except as permitted by the applicable© Aker Clean Carbon Confidentiality Agreement between the Parties.
  • 13. The preferred partner| 13 This document contains Proprietary and Confidential information of Aker Clean Carbon AS. part of Aker It shall not be disclosed to any person by Recipient except as permitted by the applicable© Aker Clean Carbon www.akercleancarbon.com Confidentiality Agreement between the Parties.
  • 14. CopyrightCopyright of all published material including photographs, drawings and images in this document remains vested in Aker Clean CarbonAS and third party contributors as appropriate. Accordingly, neither the whole nor any part of this document shall be reproduced in anyform nor used in any manner without express prior permission and applicable acknowledgements. No trademark, copyright or othernotice shall be altered or removed from any reproduction.DisclaimerThis Presentation includes and is based, inter alia, on forward-looking information and statements that are subject to risks anduncertainties that could cause actual results to differ. These statements and this Presentation are based on current expectations,estimates and projections about global economic conditions, the economic conditions of the regions and industries that are majormarkets for Aker Clean Carbon AS (including subsidiaries and affiliates) lines of business. These expectations, estimates andprojections are generally identifiable by statements containing words such as “expects”, “believes”, “estimates” or similar expressions.Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expectations include, among others, economic andmarket conditions in the geographic areas and industries that are or will be major markets for Aker Clean Carbon AS businesses,commodities prices, market acceptance of new products and services, changes in governmental regulations, interest rates, fluctuationsin currency exchange rates and such other factors as may be discussed from time to time in the Presentation. Although Aker CleanCarbon AS believes that its expectations and the Presentation are based upon reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurance thatthose expectations will be achieved or that the actual results will be as set out in the Presentation. Aker Clean Carbon AS is making norepresentation or warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of the Presentation, and neither AkerClean Carbon AS nor any of its directors, officers or employees will have any liability to you or any other persons resulting from youruse.The preferred partner| 14 This document contains Proprietary and Confidential information of Aker Clean Carbon AS. part of Aker It shall not be disclosed to any person by Recipient except as permitted by the applicable© Aker Clean Carbon Confidentiality Agreement between the Parties.