Thanks for your message. I'm glad to keep in touch on here. I actually did an MPhil at U. of Cambridge, so it's nice to connect with people from that side of the pond. I'm a chemical engineer as well, so I'm curious: what are you working on recently?
I'm curious about the feasibility study you participated in. What were your findings? 2500MW - that's pretty big! I'm working on what kind of plants we should be building now (before CCS is ready) so that we can more easily adopt CCS when it is ready. Basically, trying to assign some concrete meaning to the currently-meaningless phrase "capture-ready."
I am not a practising chemical engineer. I studied Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London. I provide carbon finance advisory. I think CCS has a huge future ahead, and it needs a tailored financial package, a good business model and a robust regulatory framework to make it economically viable
That's great What you think you will ge the financial package for this project or not. How is life where you are living. I am studying M.Sc. Chemical Engineering from Leeds University with two year experience in oil and gas. and i am highly interested in Carbon capture. Be keep in touch.
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