I've had a bit of interest in my question about carbon capture, but re-visiting it, I don't think it's scoped properly to get a good answer aside from the one it provides in the question itself - that is amine amine solvents are the technology to be employed in the first commercial scale ccs coal facility in the world.
Chad made an edit saying he is interested the price of captured CO2. I could re-ohrase the question:
what conditions are required to achieve cost parity for a CCS coal plant?
Three variables would determine the answer:
- Cost of capture
- Market price for CO2
- Any sort of carbon tax
That seems like it may be a better question, however, there is not a lot of certainty in any of those variables and they may all likely change in the near future.
Any one have any strong opinions on the matter? Once I have a good question, i can out some more time into researching a good answer.