CCS and Hydrogen Economy: Going through Transportation Media with Chemical Thermodynamics



The present infrastructure for fossil fuels production, transfer, and utilisation will continue to play a vital role in heat and power generation in the coming decades. Consequently, different strategies have been designed and developed for carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) and hydrogen applications, which are necessary to enable the move to net zero greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the environmental impact of global warming.
The accurate determination of the CO2-rich and hydrogen containing streams phase envelope and respective thermophysical properties using thermodynamic models would be essential to optimally predict and model the phase behaviour during transportation, conduct accurate flow measurement and ultimately control the processes throughout the CCS and hydrogen value chains.

Our webinar will tackle these points, focusing on:

  • Thermodynamic properties of CCS streams
  • Thermodynamic properties of Hydrogen containing systems
  • Importance of fluid properties for optimisation of gas transportation and storage processes
  • Impacts of impurities on properties of CO2 and Hydrogen rich streams

About the Speaker

Dr. Edris Joonaki

Dr. Edris Joonaki is Fluid Properties Expert/Technical Lead at TÜV SÜD UK National Engineering Laboratory. His research works have won several research funds as well as numerous UK and international awards. Since joining the organisation, he has been involved in different projects related to the fluid properties and associated uncertainties in testing facilities. His research is currently focused on addressing flow assurance challenges in CCS and oil & gas industries, and thermodynamics and properties of Hydrogen and CO2-rich streams.

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