Award-winning CO2 hydrate research

Award-winning CO2 hydrate research

UNIS PhD candidate Peter Betlem and associate professor Kim Senger together with co-authors recently received the Best Norwegian CCS Research Centre (NCCS) Paper award for 2019.

21 August 2020
Text: Sintef

The Norwegian CCS Research Centre (NCCS) leadership team recently announced two joint winners of the Best NCCS Paper award for 2019. NCCS is an eight-year research centre that aims to fast-track deployment of CO2 capture, transport and storage technologies.

The two winning papers are:

Demonstrating the potential of CO2 hydrate self-sealing in Svalbard, Arctic Norway, by Stian Almenningen, Peter Betlem, Arif Hussain, Srikumar Roy, Kim Senger & Geir Ersland was published in the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 89, 1-8.

Techno-economic analyses of CO2 liquefaction: Impact of product pressure and impurities, by Han Deng, Simon Roussanaly & Geir Skaugen was published in the International Journal of Refrigeration, 103, 301-315.

Congratulations to both teams!

In connection with this reward UNIS PhD candidate Peter Betlem was interviewed by Sintef and you can read the full interview here:
https://blog.sintef.com/sintefenergy/ccs/nccs-interview-award-winning-co2-hydrate-research/

UNIS PhD candidate Peter Betlem (left) and associate professor Kim Senger together with co-authors recently received the Best Norwegian CCS Research Centre (NCCS) Paper award for 2019. Photo: UNIS.

UNIS PhD candidate Peter Betlem (left) and associate professor Kim Senger together with co-authors recently received the Best Norwegian CCS Research Centre (NCCS) Paper award for 2019. Photo: UNIS.

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