Post-Combustion Carbon Capture from Flue Gas

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) began R&D activities for Carbon capture in 1990 and has developed a high efficiency chemical solvent process, the KM CDR Process®, in collaboration with the Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. The process has been applied to eleven (11) worldwide commercial CO2 capture plants which are providing captured CO2 from natural gas-fired flue gas to enhance chemical production such as urea and methanol.

One of the most urgent challenges faced today, with the apparent advent of global warming, is the capture of CO2 from coal fired power plants, which is the largest single source of global CO2 emissions. MHI and Southern Company Services, Inc. have successfully completed a demonstration test program of a 500 tpd fully integrated CCS plant applied to a coal-fired power plant for the past 4 years. In addition, MHI has received an order for the world’s largest post-combustion CO2 capture plant of 4,776 tpd from an enhanced oil recovery (EOR) project mainly promoted by NRG Energy Inc. and JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration Corporation, which is now under construction.

 

 

Speakers

Osamu Miyamoto

Process Engineering Manager of Carbon capture technology
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America (MHIA)
Osamu Miyamoto is a Process Engineering Manager of Carbon capture technology for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries... more

Yusuke Yoshida

Senior Manager
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America (MHIA)
Yusuke Yoshida is a Senior Manager for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America (MHIA), Environmental &... more

Dale Wilterdink

Project Manager
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America (MHIA)
Dale Wilterdink is a Project Manager for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America (MHIA). He has almost 40 years... more