Ensuring a successful infrastructure for a future carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) system depends on the ability to understand the impurities inherent in various CO2 streams. In EWI’s CO2 environmental testing lab, efforts are well underway to create tools for assessing and modeling the impact of various impurities in a range of CO2 streams.
EWI Principal Engineer and Research Leader Josh James outlines this project in Understanding the Influence of Impurities in Modern CCUS Transportation Networks. You are invited to to download this paper for FREE by clicking completing the form on this page.
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Want to learn more about EWI's activities in CCUS? Check out these resources:
- Materials and Operational Challenges in Modern CCUS System Design
- Corrosion Challenges in Modern Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration Operations
- EWI Offers Testing Services for Materials Used in High-pressure H2 and CO2 Environments