A feasibility study on CO2marine transport in South Korea

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The development of cost-effective and safe CO2transport solution is important issue for fully integrated CCS projects. Recently there have been studies on CO2marine transport, some of which sought to improve general understanding of CO2marine transport and some tried to provide better solution for a specific project. This paper assesses CO2compression and transport considering geological condition of South Korea and assumed scenarios for Korea CCS projects. For flexible operation and stable CO2injection, CO2import terminal near injection site is introduced. Based on the results of comparison study, CO2shipping is recommendable for individual fully integrated demonstration projects and CO2shipping can be cost-effective for transporting large amount of CO2in CO2network connecting multi-sources and/or multi-storages. This paper suggests one of a solutions for CO2marine transport in South Korea and some of suggestions in this study and the study results can be adopted for other projects in different environmental conditions as well.

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Yoo, B. Y., Choi, D. K., Huh, C., Kang, S. G., & Kim, I. S. (2013). A feasibility study on CO2marine transport in South Korea. In Energy Procedia (Vol. 37, pp. 3199–3211). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2013.06.207

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