Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology

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  • Editorial Board: M. Mercedes Maroto-Valer and Curtis M. Oldenburg
  • Published Date: 17 September 2010
  • Source / Publisher: John Wiley & Sons/Society of Chemical Industry (SCI)
  • Associated Societies: Society of Chemical Industry (SCI), UK

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Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology is a new online scientific journal dedicated to the management of greenhouse gases. The journal will focus on methods for carbon capture and storage (CCS), as well as utilization of carbon dioxide (CO2) as a feedstock for fuels and chemicals. GHG will also provide insight into strategies to mitigate emissions of other greenhouses gases. Significant advances will be explored in critical reviews, commentary articles and short communications of broad interest. In addition, the journal will offer analyses of relevant economic and political issues, industry developments and case studies.


Key themes:

►Carbon dioxide capture

  • Pre-combustion capture
  • Post-combustion capture
  • Oxyfuel
  • Industrial processes
  • Solvents, sorbents and membranes
  • Chemical-looping combustion
  • Cryogenic separation
  • Direct air capture
  • Integration with other processes in the power plant

►Carbon dioxide storage

  • Wellbore integrity
  • Leakage pathways, e.g. faults and fractures
  • Capacity assessment, e.g.saline formations, depleted hydrocarbon reservoirs
  • Caprock seals
  • Impact of CO2 storage (groundwater, microseismicity)
  • Onshore and offshore geologic storage
  • Technical performance and risk assessment
  • Longterm fate of injected CO2
  • Trapping mechanisms, including adsorption, e.g. coal beds and shales
  • Monitoring, verification and accounting (MVA, e.g. seismic, surface, hydrologic, remote sensing)
  • Pressure management
  • Impacts of co-contaminants, CO2 purity specifications

► Carbon dioxide transportation

  • Pressurisation of CO2 storage
  • Pipeline technology, including materials, compressors and infrastructure
  • Ships
  • Risk, legal and monitoring, leakage
  • CO2 purity specifications
  • Source-sink evaluations

► CO2 Utilisation

  • Catalysis for CO2 conversion
  • Production of fuels and chemicals from CO2
  • Novel cement production methods
  • Mineral carbonation for the production of aggregate or useful materials
  • Enhanced hydrocarbon recovery (including enhanced oil recovery; EOR)
  • Use of CO2 as cushion (or base) gas for gas storage

► Other greenhouse gases

  • Sources and mitigation strategies for emissions of methane (CH4), Nitrous oxide (N2O), Halocarbons

► Regulation, economics and planning

  • Cost aspects
  • Other CO2 emission mitigation strategies (including land use change and terrestrial carbon sequestration)
  • CO2 emission and climate modelling
  • Public acceptance
  • Life cycle analyses
  • Policy initiatives
  • Pilot and demonstration projects
  • Advanced power plant designs
  • Technoeconomic analyses
  • Economic analyses of the energy sector
  • Greenhouse gas mitigation in different countries or geographical regions

►General topics

  • Business digest
  • Patent intelligence and intellectual property issues
  • Supply chain issues
  • International carbon trading schemes
  • Industrial and government developments including technology, financial and funding company formation, mergers and acquisitions, development of new coal and natural gas-fired power plants
  • Regional updates
  • Development of pilot and demonstration CCS projects
  • Development of new commercial applications of CO2
  • Putting the science in context: economics, politics/policy and social science issues linked to CCS and CO2 utilisation, including public perception.
  • Greenhouse gas mitigation in different countries or geographical regions

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