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Powering the Future forum – Chris Spero

Resource Type Media
Publish Date 14th Dec 2011

The Callide Oxyfuel Project is a world-first demonstration of oxyfuel technology, where a conventional coal-fired power station boiler is fired with oxygen and exhaust gas as instead of regular air. This results in a more concentrated stream of carbon dioxide that can be captured and stored.

Chris Spero, Manager Emerging Technology/CS Energy Callide Oxyfuel Project Director, provides a brief overview of low emission technologies, oxyfuel combustion in particular and then outlines the progress of the oxyfuel project at Callide and the projected timeline for completion.

Click here to view Chris’ presentation, and accompanying PowerPoint slides.

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