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
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: