publication . Article . 2016

Sequential supplementary firing in natural gas combined cycle with carbon capture: A technology option for Mexico for low-carbon electricity generation and CO2 enhanced oil recovery

González Díaz, A.; Sánchez Fernández, E.; Gibbins, J.; Lucquiaud, M.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 20 Jun 2016
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Combined cycle gas turbine power plants with sequential supplementary firing in the heat recovery steam generator could be an attractive alternative for markets with access to competitive natural gas prices, with an emphasis on capital cost reduction, and where supply of carbon dioxide for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) is important. Sequential combustion makes use of the excess oxygen in gas turbine exhaust gas to generate additional CO2, but, unlike in conventional supplementary firing, allows keeping gas temperatures in the heat recovery steam generator below 820 °C, avoiding a step change in capital costs. It marginally decreases relative energy requirements fo...
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