CARBON CAPTURE WORKSHOP – NORTH AFRICA
Topic: North Africa – Carbon Capture Workshop
Delta CleanTech and Doosan Babcock is pleased to invite your engineering team for a workshop about the best available and commercial Carbon Capture Technologies for CO2 capture from flue gases and tail gases. These proven technologies will assist your company to meet the Net Zero Footprint targets, which have been declared during the Glasgow 26th UN Climate Change Conference. The technologies of CO2 capture presented in this workshop is specifically targeting the emissions from industrial point sources such as natural gas processing, oil refineries, hydrogen production, cement plants, chemical productions, power generation, etc.
Who will attend
Engineers from industry sectors, government environmental departments, education institutes, research institutes, and EPC companies
When is the workshop
10 AM to 1 PM EASTERN EUROPEAN TIME (EET)
This meeting will be virtual only for the time being.
Zoom Invitation and the login info will be provided after registration.
What you will Learn
- Industrial CO2 Emission Sources and their properties.
- Commercially available technologies for removal of CO2 from gaseous streams.
- Solvent formulations to meet the production capacity and the clean up targets.
- Process configurations to minimize the capital costs
- Plant operating parameters to minimize the operation costs.
- Solvent management to keep the plant operation in steady state while meeting the process recovery rates, minimum emissions to atmosphere, and minimum waste for disposal
Dr. Ahmed AboudheirChief Technology Officer - Delta CleanTech
Dr. Ahmed Aboudheir is the Chief Technology Officer of Delta CleanTech Inc. Experienced chemical engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the energy industry and research institutions for more than 35 years. Skilled in process design, process optimization, and process troubleshooting in the fields of gas processing, CO2 capture, and chemicals reclaiming and reuse. He has a B.Sc. & M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Industrial Systems Engineering. He is a registered professional engineer with APEGA and APEGS. He has extensive peer reviewed publications in design and optimization of chemical/petrochemical plants, hydrogen production reactors, post combustion capture process, and solvent/glycol reclaiming process.
In April 2006, the Government of Saskatchewan, Canada, awarded Dr. Aboudheir the Commemorative Medal for the Centennial of Saskatchewan. The Medal recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to society and honors their outstanding achievements. Dr. Aboudheir recognized for his significant contributions in hydrogen production, CO2 capture, and community leadership.
Dr. Walid ElMoudirProcess Engineering Manager - Delta CleanTech
Dr. Walid ElMoudir is the Process Engineering Manager of Delta CleanTech Inc., leading an engineering team in Regina, Saskatchewan and Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He has over twenty years’ experience in plant design, operation, optimization & troubleshooting, specifically in the CO2 Capture and amine solvent purification. Dr. ElMoudir is one of two developers of Delta Low-Cost Design CO2 Capture System, LCDesign® and the patented Delta Solvent Reclaimer® System. He participated in major CO2 Capture projects & FEED Studies in Canada and Beyond. He has participated in designing and building six CO2 Capture plants including the largest CO2 Capture Pilot Plant in the UK. Dr. ElMoudir has a B.Sc. & M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Industrial Systems Engineering. He is a registered professional engineer with Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and Saskatchewan (APEGS). He is also a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) and Project Management Professional (PMP) from Project Management Institute (PMI).
Honorable Dr. Ibrahim MunirLibyan Minister of Environment
Jonathan SlaterChartered Chemical Engineer - Doosan Babcock
Jonathan is a Chartered Chemical Engineer with over 15 years’ experience working in the Process & Energy sectors covering a broad range of areas from consultancy to technology development and project delivery. Jonathan has gaining experience across a number of sectors, but significant specific expertise has been developed in carbon capture and storage and he has been involved in the design and operation of a number of both CCUS pilot and large scale test and demonstration facilities (£20M+). He has been responsible for setting up and developing the energy and hydraulic models to assess system performance and optimize designs, led the process design and equipment selection and specification of multi-million pound EPC contracts and worked with various proprietary and commercial CAD packages developing and optimising process models and validating models against plant operating data. In addition Jonathan has led a number of government funded low carbon projects with a responsibility for technology development and integration with a focus on environmental and techno-economic aspects and is regularly invited to sit on expert advisory panels in regards to both low carbon and CCUS projects.