Dr. Qianguo Lin - Special Seminar
Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Project Demonstration in China
China has proposed over 12 large-scale carbon capture, utilization and storage demonstration projects since 2011. However, none of large-scale projects has made the final investment decision yet. What are technical features of those projects? What is the status of these projects? Why are they suspended, postponed or cancelled? Which projects would be moved to execute stage by 2020? What are recent R&D projects funded by Chinese Government? Where are CCUS centers for excellence in China? What are they doing?
Dr Qianguo Lin is a professor and Executive Dean of Low Carbon Institute, North-China Electric Power University. He also serves as Deputy Secretary-General of China Strategic Alliance for CCUS Technology Innovation. Professor Lin has ever worked for Global CCS Institute as a country manager and representative of China. He also has working experience with Environment Canada, Sinochem, and CNPC Jilin Chemical CO.
Qianguo hold a Bachelor degree of Environmental Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, and a Master degree and a Ph.D. degree from University of Regina, Canada.
Venue: G20 Lecture Theatre, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering | BLD 165, The University of Melbourne, Parkville.