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Industrial Technologies and Systems

Recent activities and findings

CCS in process industries workshop

The aim of this workshop was to present an overview of the current state-of-the-art technology in industrial CCS and to improve understanding of the different challenges in deploying CCS in the oil refining, chemical/petrochemical, and pulp and paper industries. Jointly organised by Industrial Energy-related Technologies and Systems initiative and the Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme presentations are now available to the website

Industrial energy-related technologies and systems (IETS IA): Annual Report (2013)

The 2013 Annual Report from the Energy-related Technologies and Systems initiative highlights six ongoing projects and ideas for forthcoming activities. Download here.    

Joint workshop brings together industry and bioenergy initiatives

System and Integration Aspects of Biomass-based Gasification was the topic of a joint workshop in November 2013 between the Bioenergy initiative and I Energy-related Technologies and Systems initiative. The aim of the workshop was to initiate a dialogue across the technology/system interface, as well as on methods and results for technical, economic and environmental evaluations of integrated biomass-based gasification systems.  More...

The Implementing Agreements in this category are reviewed by the Working Party on Energy End-Use Technologies (EUWP).

For information on related activities carried out by the IEA Secretariat, see Industry. 

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