Together with four European partners has applied for the Horizon 2020 program ‘Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future / secure, clean and efficient energy’. The objective is to study the dynamic behaviour of the combination of an offshore clean-gas-to-power plant and an offshore windfarm and to propose control strategies for optimum performance.
More companies can use a subsidy for CO₂-saving techniques from next spring. By renewing the Sustainable Energy Transition (SDE ++) scheme, other technologies are also eligible for subsidies. This involves new technologies such as the capture and storage of CO₂ (CCS).
Wind farm operators and owners are tasked with managing operating costs and maximizing revenues, even when there is no wind. The climate neutral power plant of Circular Energy allows them to meet theri nominated output and prevent imbalance costs
According to Neil McNaughton, editor and Publisher, Oil IT Journal, Circular Energy BV’s has a cunning scheme to a) produce stranded gas, b) sequester CO2 and c) balance intermittent electricity loads from offshore windfarms.
On 29 January a delegation from Circular Energy, comprising Arnold Groot and Purvi Jha, visited the Alkmaar waste incinerator operated by HVC.
The key focus concerned the newly built carbon capture plant, which is expected to capture around 4 kt/year for sale to owners of greenhouses
For modeling the simultaneous gas production and CO₂ injection, we have purchased a new advanced software package recently. With tNavigator of Rock Flow Dynamics we can calculate different scenarios faster and in more detail.
The electricity industry does not reach her emission ceiling of 12.2 Mtonnes CO₂ if no additional CO₂-free automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFFR) is supplied. This is the conclusion from a study that DNV GL has carried out for RWE to discuss at the Climate Table Electricity. Circular Energy can supply part of this CO₂-free reserves with its clean offshore power plant.
Together with the Hanze University of Applied Sciences and the University of Groningen, Circular Energy will study the technical and social feasibility of an offshore gas-to-power production facility on the North Sea. The study will focus on the capture and permanent storage of CO₂.
In the latest Finding Petroleum Newsletter Karl Jeffery says: "we see that the oil and gas industry is completely changing - to become an industry which sees exploration and carbon capture side by side as its primary activities. Not necessarily both on the same reservoir (although it could be, see Circular Energy)...
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