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Carbon Dioxide Capture and Removal Methodologies Advances and Current Status

Classroom based course with study materials, lecturer support and CPD Hours included

London Training For Excellence


£4,200 inc VAT
Study method
5 days · Self-paced
No formal qualification
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Carbon Dioxide is one of the most important polluters of earth’s atmosphere. CO2 is mainly generated by human related activities such as combustion, transportation, energy generation, industrial manufacturing and others. It has proved to greatly contribute to the green house effect and to the subsequent rising of earth’s atmosphere. CO2 emissions rights are also evolving into a very significant ‘product’ for various countries, efficiently transforming their economies. Carbon Dioxide capture technologies have been investigated greatly in the last two decades. This course aims at explaining science, targets, requirements, advances and prospects in the current field.


  • Carbon Dioxide generation processes
  • Environmental effects
  • Removal approaches
  • Pre combustion capture
  • Post combustion capture
  • Oxy capture
  • Types of formations [saline, unmineable, ...]
  • Trapping mechanisms
  • Capacity of formations
  • Separation approaches
  • Membranes
  • Adsorbents
  • Absorbents
  • Sequestration approaches
  • Sequestration reservoirs
  • Geological sequestration
  • Injection technology
  • Economics
  • Physical and chemical properties of CO2 in the formation
  • Enhanced oil recovery via CO2
  • Methodologies’ enthalpies, quantities, kinetics and thermodynamics
  • Adsorbent structures
  • Novel adsorbents [Molecular Printed Polymers, Hybrid Ordered Microporous matrices, etc]
  • Adsorbent 3D models
  • Current status
  • Advances and breakthroughs
  • Computational Chemistry help
  • Investing case studies
  • CO2 emissions rights
  • Summary, Conclusions and analysis of near future achievements


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