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Technical and economic feasibility of the capture and geological storage of CO2 from a bio-fuel distillery: CPER Artenay project

Abstract : This paper first focuses on the environmental benefits of the CCS system applied to a bio-ethanol distillery before estimating its feasibility under geological and economic constraints. First, the calculation of CO2 balance in this application shows that the introduction of CO2 capture and storage in biomass energy systems (B-CCS) can significantly increase the CO2 abatement potential of the system and even leads to negative carbon emissions. Besides, a preliminary geological investigation reveals that the studied area has a good storage potential although the presence of major faults, while the low capture costs of CO2 from biomass fermentation emphasize the economic potential of such a solution.
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D. Bonijoly, A. Fabbri, F. Chapuis, Audrey Laude, O. Ricci, et al.. Technical and economic feasibility of the capture and geological storage of CO2 from a bio-fuel distillery: CPER Artenay project. Energy Procedia, Elsevier, 2009, 1 (1), pp.3927-3934. ⟨10.1016/j.egypro.2009.02.196⟩. ⟨hal-02163814⟩

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