2010 NSW Low Emissions Coal Technologies Summit
The Low Emissions Coal Technologies Summit was held in June 2010.
The Summit was organised to announce a diverse portfolio of innovative low emissions coal technologies. These technologies fell within the categories of fugitive emissions, capture, combustion efficiency and storage technologies, along with alternative usage of coal and raising community awareness issues.
At the summit nine projects, receiving $13 million in funding (total value of projects $46m), were announced by the former Minister for Mineral and Forest Resources, Paul McLeay.
It was attended by 125 delegates from mining, infrastructure and investment industries, as well as staff from overseas Consulates based in Sydney.
International speakers included JCOAL and Korean Institute Energy Research.
- A Novel Chemical Looping Based Air Separation Technology for Oxy-Fuel Combustion of Coal 8.0 MB
- Capture of fugitive emissions from open cut mining 401.7 KB
- Carbon Mineralisation 4.9 MB
- CCS - Collaboration for Development 536.5 KB
- CCS: A Coal Industry Perspective 1.2 MB
- CSIRO Post-Combustion Capture Research 5.6 MB
- Current Status of CCT 7 CCS R&D in Korea 5.1 MB
- Development and Optimization of the Direct Carbon Fuel Cell 513.4 KB
- I&I NSW State Wise CO2 Storage Assessment Project 16.5 MB
- Japan’s Clean Coal Policy 3.0 MB
- Limited An Option for Greenhouse Friendly Coal Fired Power Generation 1.3 MB
- Low emmissions coal technology public awareness and solutions network 642.6 KB
- Methane Capture from Ventilation Air Andrew Myors –GM Business Support 1003.4 KB
- Mitigation of VAM Emission and Gas Less Mine Using Enhancement Technology 2.0 MB
- NSW CCS Demonstration Project 1.7 MB
- Regional Assessment of Australia’s Storage Potential 2.0 MB
- The Importance of R&D 521.9 KB