AGL, IHI and CSIRO wish to invite you to join us in a celebration of 10 years of CO2 capture pilot plant research at the AGL Loy Yang power station in Traralgon.

Pricing

  • Free

Contact

Paul Feron

Event date: 26Oct 2018

Friday 26 Oct 2018

AGL Loy Yang Training Centre

  • 9.30am - 2.30pm

Bartons Lane, Traralgon VIC

More information

In 2008 CSIRO established its first capture pilot plant at Loy Yang power station in the Latrobe Valley, carrying out a range of experimental campaigns supported by a variety of entities (Victorian government, Brown Coal Innovation Australia, Global CCS Institute and ANLEC R&D). These proved the technical feasibility of the post-combustion capture process and its component. In recent years the pilot plant operations focused on technology validation in collaboration with Japanese technology supplier IHI. The work has considerably advanced the applicability of CO2 capture on brown coal fired power stations.

Contacts:

Paul Feron – paul.feron@csiro.au
Aaron Cottrell – aaron.cottrell@csiro.au
Paul Barrand – PBarrand@agl.com.au
Jun Arakawa – jun_arakawa@ihi.co.jp

Agenda

Time Activity
Program subject to change
7:30 Departure bus from Melbourne for attendants of GHGT14 (location tbc)
9:30-10:30 Arrival & Welcome
Presentations
10:30-10:50 AGL Loy Yang
10:50-11:10 IHI
11:10-11:30 CSIRO
11:30-11:50 CarbonNet or BCIA (tbc)
11:50-12:20 Q&A
12:20-13:00 Lunch
Site visit
13:00-14:00 PCC pilot plant tour
14:30 Bus departure for Melbourne
17:00 Arrival in Melbourne

Science areas: Renewables and energy

Event type: Conference or seminar