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NOTES & PUBLICATIONS

July 04, 2019

Cleantech Growth - Building on Alberta's Fossil Heritage: Part 3- Beyond Projects - a Systems Approach

Third in a 3-part series by ICS CEO Richard Adamson, originally published in Daily Oil Bulletin.

May 30, 2019

Cleantech Growth - Building on Alberta's Fossil Heritage: Part 2 - Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage

Second in a 3-part series by ICS CEO Richard Adamson published in the Daily Oil Bulletin.

April 30, 2019

Cleantech Growth - Building on Alberta's Fossil Heritage: Part 1- Living in a harsh world

First of a 3-part series by ICS CEO Richard Adamson originally published in the Daily Oil Bulletin.

June 07, 2018

RFC: An Advanced Co-Current Contactor for Process Intensification of CO2 Capture

A technical note on the co-current Regenerative Froth Contactor for CO2 capture highlights test results. Observations relating to SINTEF INSPiRE project precipitating solvent study and internal Westec Environmental Solutions work using monoethanolamine (MEA).

May 31, 2018

Carbon Capture Journal Features ICS Regenerative Froth Contactor

The May/June 2018 Oil & Gas issue of Carbon Capture Journal features the Regenerative Froth Contactor. 

March 09, 2018

CS1801: Regenerative Froth Contactor - Revolutionizing Gas/Liquid Contacting

Profile of the Regenerative Froth Contactor Technology and why it matters:

- 5 times process intensification (ie 1/5 the size) of conventional absorbers;

- high solids tolerance - non-fouling even with precipitate formation

- broad range of applications including CO2 capture.

 

December 01, 2017

Tech Note TNP001: (preliminary) CO2 Capture Evaluation of the WES Co-current Absorber Using MEA (Bill Hargrove - Westech Environmental Solutions, LLC)

This preliminary technical note outlines the performance obtained using the Regenerative Froth Contactor in the Westech Environmental Solutions lab. Monoethanolamine was chosen as a baseline capture solvent because it is a non-proprietary solvent.  Testing was performed at 22% MEA concentration.

 

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