Book Linking the Chain

This page gives access to a downloadable PDF-file of the book Linking the chain-Integrated CATO2 knowledge prepares for the next step in CO2 Capture & Storage and provides references for further reading. Here we list a selection of the main public literature on the specific issues per chapter and per highlight. This is only a limited selection, aiming at servicing readers that want to dive deeper into the specific subjects. More literature (sometimes restricted access) is available at the CATO2 website under the menu Publications. Under the menu Publications, the doctoral theses of the CATO2 PhD students are also made available as PDF-files.

When we provide a link below, it is to an external website (except the CATO2 book: the link is a direct download of a PDF-file). Some texts are copyright protected, hence no link is provided.

Part I: CATO2 in the context of global CCS

   

 Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis, IPCC Working Group I Contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5).

Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability, IPCC Working Group II Contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5).
Climate Change 2014: Mitigation of Climate Change, IPCC Working Group III Contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5).
GEA, 2012: Global Energy Assessment - Toward a Sustainable Future, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK and New York, NY, USA and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria.
IEA World Energy Outlook 2013, International Energy Agency (Executive Summary WEO 2013).

 IEA Technology Roadmap: Carbon Capture and Storage 2013, International Energy Agency.
The Global Status of CCS: February 2014, Global CCS Institute.

Part II Capture: reduce costs, improve and demonstrate performance

   

Boon, J., J.A.Z. Pieterse, J.W. Dijkstra, Y.C. van Delft, P. Veenstra, Nijmeijer and D. Jansen (2013), Benchmarking of Hydrogen Selective Membranes: Experimental and Modelling Approach to Compare Membrane Performance, Energy Procedia 37, p 1020-1029.

De Miguel Mercader, F., G. Magneschi, E. Sanchez Fernandez, G.J. Stienstra and E. Goetheer (2012), Integration between a demo size post-combustion CO2 capture and full size power plant. An integral approach on energy penalty for different process options, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 11 (supplement), p 102-113.

Jansen, D., E. van Selow and P.C. Cobden (2013), SEWGS Technology is Now Ready for Scale-up!, Energy Procedia 37, p 2265-2273.

Li, H., J.W. Dijkstra, J.A.Z. Pieterse, J. Boon, R.W. van den Brink and D. Jansen (2013), Towards full scale demonstration of hydrogen-selective membranes for CO2 capture: Inhibition effect of WGS-components on the H2 permeation through three Pd membranes of 44 cm long, Journal of Membrane Science 363, Issues 1-2, p 204-211.

Magneschi, G., C. Sanchez Sanchez, A. Matic, G.J. Stienstra and E. Goetheer (2014), Full-scale CO2 post-combustion capture in an ultra-supercritical coal-fired power plant: an integral evaluation of capture plant configurations and heat integration options for minimising the energy penalty, VBG PowerTech Journal 4.

Sanchez Fernandez, E., K. Heffernan, L. van der Ham, M. Linders, D.W.F. Brilman, E. Goetheer and T.J.H. Vlugt (2014), Analysis of Process Configurations for CO2 Capture by Precipitating Amino Acid Solvents, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 53 (6), p 2348-2361.

Van Dijk, H.A.J., S. Walspurger, P.C. Cobden and R.W. van den Brink (2010), Testing of hydrotalcite based sorbents for CO2 and H2S capture for use in sorption enhanced water gas shift, Int. J. Greenhouse Gas Control 5 (3), p 505-511.

Van Eckeveld, A.C., L.V. van der Ham, L.F.G. Geers, L.J.P. van den Broeke, B. J. Boersma, E.L.V. Goetheer (2014), Online Monitoring of the Solvent and Absorbed Acid Gas Concentration in a CO2 Capture Process Using Monoethanolamine, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 53 (13), p 5515-5523.


Highlight: Developing a new low-cost capture technology
Veneman, R., Z.S. Li, J.A. Hogendoorn, S.R.A. Kersten and D.W.F. Brilman (2012), Continuous CO2 capture in a circulating fluidized bed using supported amine sorbents, Chem Eng J 207, p 18.
Veneman, R., H. Kamphuis, D.W.F. Brilman (2013), Post-Combustion CO2 capture using supported amine sorbents: A process integration study, Energy Procedia 37, p 2100.


Highlight: Chemical looping combustion: efficient power production with integrated CO2
Hamers, H.P., F. Gallucci, P.D. Cobden, E. Kimball and M. van Sint Annaland (2013), A novel reactor configuration for packed bed chemical looping combustion of syngas, Int. J. Greenhouse Gas Control, 16, p 1-12.
Hamers, H.P., F. Gallucci, P.D. Cobden, E. Kimball and M. van Sint Annaland (2014), CLC in packed beds using syngas and CuO/Al2O3: model description and experimental validation, Applied Energy, 119, p 163-172


Highlight: Post-combustion capture: from lab towards implementation
Khakharia, P., L. Brachert, J. Mertens, A. Huizinga, B. Schallert, K. Schaber, T.J.H. Vlugt and E. Goetheer (2013), Investigation of aerosol based emission of MEA due to sulphuric acid aerosol and soot in a Post Combustion CO2 Capture process, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 19, p 138-144
Mertens, J., L. Brachert, D. Desagher, M.L. Thielens, P. Khakharia, E. Goetheer and K. Schaber (2014), ELPI+ measurements of aerosol growth in an amine absorption column, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 23, p 44-50.

Part II Integrating the CCS chain

   

Berghout, N., M.A. van den Broek and A.P.C. Faaij (2013), A techno-economic performance and challenges of applying CO2 capture in the industry: A case study of five industrial plants, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 17, p 259-279.
Brouwer, A.S., M.A. van den Broek, A. Seebregts and A.P.C. Faaij (2014), Impacts of large-scale Intermittent Renewable Energy Sources on electricity systems, and how these can be modeled, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 33, p 443-466.
Brouwer A.S., M.A. van den Broek, A. Seebregts and A.P.C. Faaij, The technical, economic and flexibility performance of power plants with carbon capture in future power systems, submitted to Applied Energy.
Knoope M.M.J., I. Raben, A. Ramírez, M.P.N. Spruijt and A.P.C. Faaij, The influence of risk mitigation measures on the risks, costs and routing of CO2 pipelines, submitted to the Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control.
Koelbl, B.S., M.A. van den Broek, A.P.C. Faaij and D.P. van Vuuren (2014), Uncertainty in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) deployment projections: A cross-model comparison exercise, Climatic Change 123 (3-4), p 461-476.
Sanders, M., S. Fuss, P.-J. Engelen (2013), Mobilizing private funds for carbon capture and storage: An exploratory field study in the Netherlands, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 19, p 595-605.
Van der Wijk, P., A.S. Brouwer, M.A. van den Broek, T. Slot, G. Stienstra, W. van der Veen and A.P.C. Faaij, Benefits of coal-fired power plant with flexible CCS in a future northwest European power system with large scale wind power, submitted to the Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control.


Highlight: Costs, design and safety of CO2 pipeline transport
Knoope, M.M.J., A. Ramírez and A.P.C. Faaij (2013), A state-of-the-art review of techno-economic models predicting the costs of CO2 pipeline transport, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 16, p 241-270.
Knoope, M.M.J., W. Guijt, A. Ramírez and A.P.C. Faaij (2014), Improved cost models for optimizing CO2 pipeline configurations for point-to-point pipelines and simple networks, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 22, p 25-46.


Highlight: Designing cost-optimal CCS configurations for an industrial cluster
Berghout, N., T. Kuramochi, M.A. van den Broek, A. Ramírez and A.P.C. Faaij (2013), Preliminary Results of a Techno-Economic Assessment of CO2 Capture-network Configurations in the Industry, Energy Procedia 37, p 7100-7107.
Berghout, N., T. Kuramochi, M.A. van den Broek and A.P.C. Faaij (forthcoming), Techno-economic performance of several CO2 capture-network configurations in the industry - A case study for the Botlek area.


Highlight: Implementation Plan as a guidance to the future of CCS
Koornneef, J., C. Hendriks, P. Noothout and M. Smith (2014), Social costs and benefits of CCS research, development and deployment for the Dutch economy, Ecofys, Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Loeve, D., F. Neele, C. Hendriks, J. Koornneef (2014), Transport and Storage Economics of CCS Networks in the Netherlands: Analysis of CCS business cases in the Netherlands (Phase 1) and (Phase 2), TNO and Ecofys, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Part II Exploring the subsurface for reliable CO2 storage

   

Arts, R.J., V.P. Vandeweijer, C. Hofstee, M.P.D. Pluymaekers, D. Loeve, A. Kopp and W.J. Plug (2012), The feasibility of COstorage in the depleted P18-4 gas field offshore the Netherlands (the ROAD project), Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 11 (supplement), p 10-20.
Loeve, D., C. Hofstee and J.H. Maas, Thermal effects in a depleted gas field by cold CO2 injection in the presence of methane, Energy Procedia, [in press].
Raoof, A., H.M. Nick, T.K.T. Wolterbeek and C.J. Spiers (2012), Pore-scale modeling of reactive transport in wellbore cement under CO2 storage conditions, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 11 (supplement), p 67-77.
Salimi, H., K.-H.A.A. Wolf and J. Bruining (2012), Negative-saturation approach for compositional flow simulations of mixed CO2/water injection into geothermal reservoirs including phase appearance and disappearance, SPE Journal 17 (2), p 502-522.
Samuelson, J.E. and C.J. Spiers (2012), Fault friction and slip stability not affected by CO2 storage: Evidence from shortterm laboratory experiments on North Sea reservoir sandstones and caprocks, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 11 (supplement), p 78-90.

Shojai Kaveh, N., K-H.A.A. Wolf, S.N. Ashrafizadeh and E.S.J. Rudolph (2012), Effect of Coal Petrology and Pressure on Wetting Properties of Wet Coal for CO2 and Flue Gas Storage, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 11 (supplement), p 91-101.


Highlight: A natural lab for long-term CO2 behaviour: Werkendam
Koenen, M., L. J. Wasch, M.E. van Zalinge and S. Nelskamp (2013), Werkendam, the Dutch natural analogue for CO2 storage long-term mineral reactions, Energy Procedia 37, p 3452-3460.


Highlight: Assessing risks posed by faults
Pluymakers, A.M.H. (2014), The effect of CO2 on the mechanical behaviour of anhydrite-filled faults, presentation at CATO PhD Excursion 2014.
Pluymakers, A.M.H., C. J. Peach and C. J. Spiers (2014), Diagenetic compaction experiments on simulated anhydrite fault gouge under static conditions, J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth 119.


Highlight: Improving seismic monitoring of CO2 storage
Draganov, D., K. Heller and R. Ghose (2012), Monitoring CO2 storage using ghost reflections retrieved from seismic interferometry, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 11 (supplement), p 35-46.
Santonico, D., X. Zhang, A.R. Verdel, J.A.C. Meekes and R.J. Arts (2012), The First Results of Continuous Passive Surface Seismic Monitoring at the CO2 Injection Site of Ketzin, 74th EAGE Conference & Exhibition incorporating SPE EUROPEC 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark, 4-7 June 2012. 

Part II Effective legislation, based on quantified risks

   

Baker & McKenzie (2010), Report to the Global CCS Institute on legal and regulatory developments related to carbon capture and storage between November 2010 and June 2011.
Bugge, H.C. and A. Lamark Ueland (2011), Norway, Case studies on the implementation of Directive 2009/31/EC on the geological storage of carbon dioxide, UCL, November 2011.
DECC 2010, Developing Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Infrastructure: Consultation on Implementing the Third Party Access Provisions of the CCS Directive and Call for Evidence on Long-term Development of CCS Infrastructure, Report URN 10D/989, The Department for Energy and Climate Change, London.
Harmelink, M., P. Lako, A.J. van der Welle, M.D.C. van der Kuip, A. Haan-Kamminga, F. Blank, J. de Wolff, M. Nepveu and M.M. Roggenkamp (2010), Support to the implementation of the CCS Directive Overview and analysis of issues concerning the implementation of the CCS directive in the Netherlands, CATO2-WP4.1-D01.


Highlight: Overcoming the risks of climate liability with CO2 storage
ClimateWise (2012), Managing liabilities of European carbon capture and storage, University of Cambridge, 2012.
Haan-Kamminga, A. (2011), Long-term Liability for Geological Carbon Storage in the EU, Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law 29, no 3, p 330.


Highlight: Environmental performance tool assesses the lifecycle of CCS chains
Corsten, M., A. Ramírez, L. Shen, J. Koornneef and A.P.C. Faaij (2013), Environmental impact assessment of CCS chains - Lessons learned and limitations from LCA literature, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 13, p 59-71.
Van Horssen, A., J. Koornneef, W. Schakel, A. Ramírez, A. Plomp and K. Smekens, Report on an integrated environmental performance assessment of power plants with CCS, CATO-2-WP4.3-D09.


Highlight: Safeguarding the carbon dioxide transport network
Hulsbosch-Dam, C.E.C., M.P.N. Spruijt, A. Necci and V. Cozzani (2012), Assessment of particle size distribution in COaccidental releases, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 25, p 254-262.

Koornneef, J., M.P.N. Spruijt, M. Molag, A. Ramírez, W. Turkenburg and A.P.C. Faaij (2010), Quantitative risk assessment of CO2 transport by pipelines - A review of uncertainties and their impacts, Journal of Hazardous Material 177, p 12-27.
Mack, A. and M.P.N. Spruijt (2013), CFD dispersion investigation of CO2 worst case scenarios including terrain and release effects, 7th Trondheim CCS Conference, TCCS-7, June 5-6 2013, Trondheim, Norway, Energy Procedia 00 (2013) 000-000 [accepted for publication].
Mohammad Ahmad, M. Bögemann-van Osch, L. Buit, O. Florisson, C. Hulsbosch-Dam, M. Spruijt and F. Davolio (2013), Study of the thermohydraulics of CO2 discharge from a high pressure reservoir, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 19, p 63-73. 

Part II Understanding public attitudes, perceptions and misconceptions

   

De Best-Waldhober, M., S. Brunsting and M. Paukovic (2012), Public concepts of CCS: Understanding of the Dutch general public and its reflection in the media, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 11 (supplement), p 139-147.
De Vries, G. (2014), Pitfalls in the communication about CO2 capture and storage, PhD dissertation, Leiden University.
Koot, C., E. ter Mors, N. Ellemers and D.D.L. Daamen (under review), Antecedents and consequences of achieving cognitive closure: The ability to achieve closure, and openness to additional information.
Terwel, B.W., E. ter Mors and D.D.L. Daamen (2012), It's not only about safety: Beliefs and attitudes of 811 local residents regarding a CCS project in Barendrecht, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 9, p 41-51.


Highlight: Investigating the rationale behind people's opinions on CCS
Mastop, J., M. de Best-Waldhober, C. Hendriks and A. Ramírez (2014), Informed public opinions on CO2 mitigation options in the Netherlands: deliberating expert information and lay beliefs, CATO2 research report WP5.3-D06.


Highlight: Pitfalls in the communication about CCS
De Vries, G., B.W. Terwel, N. Ellemers and D.D.L. Daamen (in press), Sustainability or profitability? How communicated motives for environmental policy affect public perceptions of corporate greenwashing, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, doi: 10.1002/csr.1327.
De Vries, G., B.W. Terwel and N. Ellemers (2014), Spare the details, share the relevance: The dilution effect in communications about carbon dioxide capture and storage, Journal of Environmental Psychology 38, p 116-223.


Highlight: Community compensation for hosting a CCS site
Ter Mors, E., B.W. Terwel and D.D.L. Daamen (2012), The potential of host community compensation in facility siting, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control 11 (supplement), p 130-138.
Zaal, M.P., B.W. Terwel, E. ter Mors and D.D.L. Daamen (2014), Monetary compensation can increase public support for the siting of hazardous facilities, Journal of Environmental Psychology 37, p 21-30.

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