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Webinar: How to manage technical risk in CO2 capture technology development

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Scaling up, integrating and optimising CO2 capture plants can be associated with high risks and costs. Currently, there is a lack of standard codes and procedures to be used, making the development of …

Scaling up, integrating and optimising CO2 capture plants can be associated with high risks and costs. Currently, there is a lack of standard codes and procedures to be used, making the development of CCS projects challenging. In this webinar, DNV GL presented the recommended qualification procedure for scaling-up CO2 capture technologies, from the lab to commercial scale.

The technical risks associated with new CO2 capture technologies can be managed through a systematic qualification process. This process focuses on the identification of the risks and indicates how they can be evaluated and reduced with adequate qualification methods, such as analyses and testing. Aker Solutions illustrated how this procedure has been applied for scaling up their proprietary CO2 capture technology.

This webinar was presented by Anastasia Isaenko, Consultant, Carbon Capture and Storage from DNV GL and Oscar Graff, Chief Technology Officer, Department of Clean Carbon from Aker Solutions.

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  • 1. How to manage technical risk in CO2 capture technology development Tuesday 10 June 2014, 1700 AEDT
  • 2. Oscar Fr. Graff Oscar holds a Master of Science degree in chemical engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). He joined Aker in 1980 and has been involved in concept and technology development, major offshore and onshore projects, and in different management positions. Oscar has been actively involved in the development of CO2 capture technology since 1999. He assumed the position as Chief Technical Officer (CTO) in Aker Clean Carbon in 2008 and is presently Department Manager and CTO for Carbon Capture in Aker Solutions. Chief Technology Officer, Department of Clean Carbon, Aker Solutions
  • 3. Anastasia Isaenko Educated in process engineering, Anastasia Isaenko has worked with Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) related issues since 2007. Anastasia has been involved in Technology Qualification projects within CCS and renewable energy technologies as well as development of DNV Recommended Practices for Qualifying CO2 Capture Technologies. Consultant, Carbon Capture and Storage, DNV GL
  • 4. QUESTIONS  We will collect questions during the presentation.  Your MC will pose these question to the presenters after the presentation.  Please submit your questions directly into the GoToWebinar control panel. The webinar will start shortly.
  • 5. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner Preferred partner How to manage technical risk in CO2 capture technology development Value creation through innovation Slide 5 Webinar by Global CCS Institute 10 June 2014 Oscar Graff CCS Department Manager and CTO
  • 6. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner CCS in Aker Solutions Technology ownership: Aker Solutions (100%) Office: Fornebu (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 ~400 MNOK (~$65M) in capture technology ■ Leading one of the largest CCS R&D programmes in Europe (SOLVit) ■ Operating a unique, advanced mobile test unit (MTU), engaged in several CCS projects. ■ Design, construction, start-up and operation of amine plant at Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) ■ About 30 experts and 300 employees in Aker companies have been engaged in CCS ■ A leading technology provider of carbon capture world-wide (fossil fuels, refineries and cement) ■ Aker Solutions’ step by step business approach (risk management): A global supplier of cost-effective CO2 capture plants and technology 1996 1996 1998 2007 2008 2011 Sleipner Field Kårstø Demo Study Mobile Test Unit (MTU) Large Scale Pilot TCM Kårstø CO2 Pilot Develop – Test – Improve – Deploy NTNU/SINTEF Lab Rig 2012 Slide 6
  • 7. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner Capture Technology – Potential risk elements ■ Complete design of capture plant and utility systems ■ Integration with emitter (main plant) ■ Heat and mass balance ■ Material selection ■ Instrument and control & monitoring ■ Equipment ■ Solvent ■ Turn-down ■ Availability ■ Lifetime ■ CO2 purity ■ Liquid waste ■ Emissions to air ■ Capture rate, energy demand ■ Solvent make-up, etc. ■ Performance guarantees Slide 7 Performance guarantees can only be given after the required qualifications, tests and verifications have been carried out
  • 8. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner What are the main challenges? ■ New amine solvents: ■ Capture efficiency ■ Energy demand (steam) ■ Degradation/make-up ■ Corrosion ■ Foaming ■ Reclaiming ■ Emission to air ■ HSE data ■ Materials (equipment, piping, valves, instruments, liner, gaskets etc.) ■ Equipment (type, internals etc.) ■ Actual flue gas condition (composition, particles, P & T) ■ Scale-up Slide 8 Commercial application: - only after long term testing (6-12 months) on actual flue gas in large scale pilot
  • 9. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner R&D Programmes: - SOLVit - Reclaiming - BigCO2 - BigCCS - CASTOR - Emissions - Plastic Liner/Mat. - Cleo Technology Qualification: - DNV (DNV-RP-J201) - CCM Project (4000 hr’s test at TCM) Lab facilities: - NTNU / SINTEF / IFE / Norner / NILU Pilot Testing: - TCM, Mongstad - Tiller Pilot, Trondheim - Mobile Test Unit (MTU) - EnBW in Heilbronn Aker Solutions partner in substantial R&D&Q programmes: Total Projects = ~750 MNOK (~ $125M) CCS Gas Industrial emissions (cement, etc.) CCS CoalStudy & FEED TCM/CCM Slide 9 TCM/CCM Emission degradation in atmosphere
  • 10. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner Develop and demonstrate solvents with minimum energy consumption and lowest possible environmental impact. This is done step-wise and systematic: SOLVit R&D – main objectives: Lab- bench scale Lab- pilot scale Full-height pilot, Tiller Real exhaust: - MTU - Heilbronn Theoretical evaluations TCM: - CHP gas - RFCC gas SOLVit Phase 1, 2 & 3 SOLVit Phase 3 Unique CC R&D Programme  7 years programme (2008-2015)  Fundamental R&D  Extensive testing in pilots  Heavy industry involvement  332 MNOK ~$54M (phase 1,2 & 3) Slide 10 Research environment Industrial environment
  • 11. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner Testing with clients actual flue gas at their site MTU (Mobile Test Unit) – operating a complete capture plant from 2008 DCC Blower Cooler Absorber Transport ReclaimerDesorber Process Container incl. Energy Saver MTU: • Different flue gases • Process improvements • New robust solvents • Reclaiming • Degradation • Corrosion • Emissions • LCC evaluations • Capacity: 2000 TPA CO2 Slide 11 Main tool for verifications and risk reduction!
  • 12. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner MTU, Mobile Test Unit - Advanced CO2 capture pilot Test campaigns in industrial environment since 2008: coal & gas power, refinery & cement industry Over 17 000 operating hours MTU in operation at Longannet Power Plant Picture: Scottish Power Alabama, US National CCC Risavika & TCM Norway ACCTM 1st in UK ACCTM 1st at NCCC 2009 2011 2008 2012 Slide 12 ACCTM 1st at TCM
  • 13. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner MTU relocated to Norcem cement plant at Brevik, Norway Slide 13 1st large scale testing globally on a cement plant
  • 14. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner  Technology: Aker Solutions  Capacity: 78 000 tonnes CO2/year  Gas Power (CHP) flue gas ~3,5 vol-% CO2  Residual Catalytic Cracker (RCC) flue gas 12,9 vol-% CO2, resembling flue gas from coal  Large turndowns, 16-100% plant capacity  Flexibility in stripper operating pressures  Flexibility in packing heights  Utilities and tie-ins designed for 120% to be able to test plant limitations  Mobile Test Unit (MTU) screening tests run in parallel  Extensive online analysis and monitoring instruments  Unique equipment: o Concrete absorber w/PP liner o Two stripper systems with alternative reboiler design o Energy saver module (~20% reduction in steam) TCM- Unique and flexible amine facility in 2012 Slide 14
  • 15. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner7 May 2014 Milestone Mongstad 3Slide 15 15 months extensive test programme at Technology Centre Mongstad - TCM
  • 16. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner Our staged CCS development programme ■ From lab to commercial plants ■ DNV technology qualification (DNV-RP-J201) The preferred partner 1996 2006 2015 Membrane Contactor Advance Post Combustion: reduced energy & solvent losses SOLVit R&D Reduced technical and commercial risk. Cost reductions 20081996 1998 2006 2010 2012 20xx SINTEF/NTNU Part of SOLVit Syntetic gas Diam.: 0.15 m Height: 6 m Capture: 0.01 t/h AKER K-LAB Membrane tests Gas engine Diam.: 0.4 m Height: 12 m Capture: 0.2 t/h AKER SOLUTIONS Mobile facility (MTU) Coal, gas power,cement Diam.: 0.4 m Height: 25 m Capture: 0.2 t/h TILLER RIG Part of SOLVit Propane burner Diam.: 0.2 m Height: 25 m Capture: 0.05 t/h AKER SOLUTIONS Mongstad Techn. Centre Gas power & cracker Diam.: 2.9 m Height: 62 m Capture: 8.9 t/h FULL SCALE Coal & gas power, cement Diam.: 10-20 m Height: 45-50 m Capture: 100-250 t/h CASTOR+ RIG EU Project Coal power Diam.: 1.1 m Height: 28 m Capture: 1.0 t/h Aker S is partner Cap. x ~15Capture x ~50 Experience from six pilots into full-scale 1 2 3 4 5 6
  • 17. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 SAFER, SMARTER, GREENERDNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Anastasia Isaenko-DNV GL How to manage technical risk in CO2 capture technology development Global CCS Institute webinar 17
  • 18. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Technology Qualification DNV GL’s Definition of Qualification: Qualification is the process of providing the evidence that the technology will function within specific limits with an acceptable level of confidence Technology Developer Confidence Project Manager Stakeholders
  • 19. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Technology Challenges  Introducing new unproven technology at commercial scale represent a technical risk for various stakeholders in terms of technology performance, HSE issues, project cost overruns and delays  Many technology providers are unable to give process guarantees on key performance parameters 19 DNV-RP-J201 “Qualification procedures for CO2 capture technology” (2010)
  • 20. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 The challenge facing new technology users – Known or New Technology? 20 Return on Investment Known Technology New Technology 0 E[RoI] E[RoI] E[RoI] New Technology After TQ Probability New Technology increase the expected value of the investment ... but also increases the uncertainty
  • 21. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Qualification Process (e.g. CO2 capture with amine) 21 Qualification Basis Technology Qualified Qualification Plan Execution of Plan (Collect evidence) Performance Assessment Technology Assessment Threat Assessment Concept Improvement CO2 + N2 + O2 CO2-lean solvent CO2-rich solvent N2 + O2 Absorber Low temp. Stripper High temp. Cooler Steam CO2 Power and heat Flue gas Capture rate: 86 % Energy penalty: 66 MW Define the expectations of the technology e.g capture rate, emissions, energy penalty, reliability etc.
  • 22. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Qualification Process 22 Qualification Basis Technology Qualified Qualification Plan Execution of Plan (Collect evidence) Performance Assessment Technology Assessment Threat Assessment Concept Improvement 1: Proven technology 2 - 4: New Technology Technology Assessment according to DNV RP-J201 Application Area 1 Proven 2 Limited field history 3 New or unproven 1. Known 1 2 3 2. New 2 3 4 Technology status Application Area 1 Proven 2 Limited field history 3 New or unproven 1. Known 1 2 3 2. New 2 3 4 Technology status Divide the technology into manageable elements and rate them
  • 23. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Qualification Process 23 Qualification Basis Technology Qualified Qualification Plan Execution of Plan (Collect evidence) Performance Assessment Technology Assessment Threat Assessment Concept Improvement Identify all relevant threats for the elements defined as new and, judge the associated risks.
  • 24. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Qualification Process 24 Qualification Basis Technology Qualified Qualification Plan Execution of Plan (Collect evidence) Performance Assessment Technology Assessment Threat Assessment Concept Improvement ….. Long term (min. 3000 h) test with corrosion probesCorrosionLeakagePiping Lab testing of materials suitability 3 Long term (min. 3000 h) test of solvent properties Too high degradation of solvent Reduced CO2 capture rate Solvent Verify solvent Properties 2 Pilot scale distributor testModelling uncertainty Uneven distribution in column Liquid distributor in absorber Validate CFD Modelling1 Type of activityFailure MechanismFailure ModeComponent Qualification method No To adequately address the identified failure modes
  • 25. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Qualification Process 25 Qualification Basis Technology Qualified Qualification Plan Execution of Plan (Collect evidence) Performance Assessment Technology Assessment Threat Assessment Concept Improvement Collect qualification data (Work the plan)
  • 26. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Qualification Process 26 Qualification Basis Technology Qualified Qualification Plan Execution of Plan (Collect evidence) Performance Assessment Technology Assessment Threat Assessment
  • 27. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 DNV GL deliverablesQualification Work Process Qualification Basis Technology Qualified Qualification Plan Execution of the plan Performance Assessment Technology Assessment Threat Assessment Statements from DNV GL TECHNICAL REPORT DET NORSKE VERITAS Technology Assessment Report Statement of Feasibility “No show stoppers” TECHNICAL REPORT DET NORSKE VERITAS Technology Qualification Plan Endorsement of Qualification Plan “Technically executable” Technology Certificate “Technology qualified” TECHNICAL REPORT DET NORSKE VERITAS Technology Qualification Report
  • 28. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Concluding remarks on Technology Qualification  The risk of introducing unproven technologies can be high  The DNV GL’s methodology focuses on addressing the high risk elements of the technology  The methodology ensures that the adequate tests are undertaken before the deployment of the technology  The technology risk management builds confidence in new technologies 28 Technology risk management can provide confidence where wanted process guarantees cannot be given
  • 29. DNV GL © 2013 10 june 2014 Thank you for your attention! 29
  • 30. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner Back-up slides Slide 30
  • 31. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner ACC Direct Contact Cooler Flue Gas Fan ACC Absorber Tower Treated Flue Gas Flue Gas Inlet CO2 Compressor CO2 to transport ACC Energy Saver ACC Reclaimer ACC Reboiler ACC Desorber Filter package ACC Emission Control & Anti-Mist Water Wash & Water Balance Absorption Section Rich/Lean Hx Technology, Process Design and Equipment: Technology advantages: 1. Most mature 2. Flexibility 3. For retrofit and new built 4. For various flue gases 5. Life Cycle Cost 6. Potential improvements Technology Characteristics:  Excellent performance data for coal and gas power plants  Testing of refinery cracker gas and gas from cement industry  Cost, energy and environmental focus  Modularization Key Equipment 1. Absorber Tower 2. Desorber incl. Reboiler 3. Direct Contact Cooler 4. Reclaimer 5. Energy Saver Full scale plant and process design, specification of proprietary equipment packages, solvent formulation, performance guarantees and licencing of technology Slide 31 ACC= Advanced Carbon Capture
  • 32. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner Testing with clients actual flue gas at their site MTU (Mobile Test Unit) – operating a complete capture plant from 2008 DCC Blower Cooler Absorber Transport ReclaimerDesorber Process Container incl. Energy Saver MTU: • Different flue gases • Process improvements • New robust solvents • Reclaiming • Degradation • Corrosion • Emissions • LCC evaluations • Capacity: 2000 TPA CO2 Slide 32
  • 33. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner Test Center Mongstad (TCM) ■ Video at youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adu4-ahLE_0&feature=youtu.be Slide 33
  • 34. Confidential © 2014 Aker Solutions Preferred partner Copyright and disclaimer Copyright Copyright of all published material including photographs, drawings and images in this document remains vested in Aker Solutions and third party contributors as appropriate. Accordingly, neither the whole nor any part of this document shall be reproduced in any form nor used in any manner without express prior permission and applicable acknowledgements. No trademark, copyright or other notice shall be altered or removed from any reproduction. Disclaimer This Presentation includes and is based, inter alia, on forward-looking information and statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties 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 major markets for Aker Solutions ASA and Aker Solutions ASA’s (including subsidiaries and affiliates) lines of business. These expectations, estimates and projections 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 and market conditions in the geographic areas and industries that are or will be major markets for Aker Solutions’ businesses, oil prices, market acceptance of new products and services, changes in governmental regulations, interest rates, fluctuations in currency exchange rates and such other factors as may be discussed from time to time in the Presentation. Although Aker Solutions ASA believes that its expectations and the Presentation are based upon reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurance that those expectations will be achieved or that the actual results will be as set out in the Presentation. Aker Solutions ASA is making no representation or warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of the Presentation, and neither Aker Solutions ASA nor any of its directors, officers or employees will have any liability to you or any other persons resulting from your use. Aker Solutions consists of many legally independent entities, constituting their own separate identities. Aker Solutions is used as the common brand or trade mark for most of these entities. In this presentation we may sometimes use “Aker Solutions”, “we” or “us” when we refer to Aker Solutions companies in general or where no useful purpose is served by identifying any particular Aker Solutions company. Slide 34
  • 35. QUESTIONS / DISCUSSION Please submit your questions in English directly into the GoToWebinar control panel. The webinar will start shortly.
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