on january 19th, "general requirements for carbon capture systems after combustion," "performance stability evaluation procedure for carbon capture devices in power plant after combustion," proposed by the guodian institute of science and technology under china energy, and "operational and management regulations for compression devices in flue gas carbon capture," co-edited by china energy, were successfully approved, filling several gaps in the domestic standards for carbon capture.
the three approved standards are integral components of the carbon capture, utilization, and storage standard system. "general requirements for carbon capture systems after combustion" specifies technical, equipment, process, emission, safety, and reliability requirements for post-combustion carbon capture systems. this standard comprehensively presents various requirements for post-combustion carbon capture systems for the first time, holding significant practical significance and application value for the industrialization and standardization of carbon capture systems. "performance stability evaluation procedure for carbon capture devices in power plant after combustion" conducts quantitative evaluations of the performance of carbon capture devices based on the research results, design schemes, construction summaries, and operational experiences of demonstration projects. it plays a fundamental role in improving the reliability of domestic carbon capture devices. "operational and management regulations for compression devices in flue gas carbon capture" specifies rules for the operation, management principles, device inspection, and evaluation of flue gas carbon capture compression devices. this standard is an important foundational standard in the field of carbon capture devices, providing guidance for the selection of carbon capture compression devices.
as an important component of the technology mix to achieve carbon neutrality goals, carbon capture, utilization, and storage technology is a crucial pathway for achieving large-scale decarbonization and clean utilization of fossil energy. the state energy group formulated the above standards based on the operational jinjie 150,000 tons/year coal-fired power plant post-combustion carbon capture demonstration project and the largest 500,000 tons/year carbon capture utilization engineering project in asia.