MEC 14 Programme

28-30 OCTOBER 2019

Day 1: Monday 28th

08:30 Registration
09:00 Session 1 – Welcome to Vietnam
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 Session 2 – Tightening Standards and Increasing Challenges
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Session 3 – Multipollutant Systems
15:00 Coffee Break
15:30 Session 3 – Multipollutant Systems (Continued)
16:30 End of day 1
18:30 Reception around posters and exhibition

09:00 Session 1 – Welcome to Vietnam

Chair: Lesley Sloss

09:00

Welcome to MEC
Lesley Sloss, IEA Clean Coal Centre, UK

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09:15

Welcome to Vietnam
Tuan Nhan Vo – Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam

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09:30

Coal in Vietnam: status challenges and environmental concerns
Ha Dang Son, Centre for Energy and Green Growth Research, Vietnam

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10:00

Situation of Coal Supplying and Utilisation in Vietnam
Nguyen Xuan Quang, Hust, Vietnam

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10:30

Impact of Co-firing Straw for Power Generation to Air Quality: A Case Study from Two Coal Power Plants in Vietnam
Truong Ha An, Vietnam Initiative for Energy Transition, Vietnam

11:30 Session 2 – Tightening Standards and Increasing Challenges

Chair: Kannak Kasturirangan

11:30

Environmental Monitoring of Dioxin/Furan in Emission Gas from Coal-Fired Power Plants in Vietnam
Nguyen Hung Minh, VEA, and Le Thi Trinh, Hunre Vietnam

12:00

Efforts to reduce Hg emission from coal combustion power plants in Korea
Yong-Chil Seo, Korea

12:30

Mercury from the Indonesian coal sector
Anton Purnomo, BCRC, Indonesia

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14:00 Session 3 – Multipollutant Systems

Chair: Connie Senior

14:00

Cost effective high-impact emissions and cost of operation reduction from coal fired power plants
Zeljko Warga, IBE, Slovenia

14:30

Novel Multi Pollutants Removal technology based on ClO2 and unique absorbing liquid
Zach Barnea, Hagay Keller, Tali Mali, Clairion Israel and Anette Neijnesson Hulten, Par Nilsson, Marie Samuelsson, Nouryon, Sweden

15:30 Session 3 – Multipollutant Systems (Continued)

Chair: Connie Senior

15:30

CDS technology – Multi-pollutant emission control technology for multiple industrial applications
Christian Moser, Hamon & Cie (International)

16:00

Stationary Sorbent Modules: A Simple and (Cost-) Effective Multi Pollutant Control Technology
Ole Petzoldt, Gore, Germany

Day 2: Tuesday 29th

09:00 Session 4 – Nox and DeNOx Systems
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Unique Challenges and Solutions
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Session 5 – Unique Challenges and Solutions (Continued)
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Session 6 – Coal and Ash analyses
17:00 End of day 2
19:00 Workshop Dinner

09:00 Session 4 – Nox and DeNOx Systems

Chair: Deborah Padwater

09:00

Impact of Load Cycling on NOx emissions from Coal-Fired Power Plants
Constance Senior, National Institute of Clean-and-low-carbon Energy, USA/China

09:30

Cost-Effective Combustion Improvement, NOx and SOx Reduction Solutions for Coal-Fired Boilers
 Vivek Savariandam Ammegen, UK

10:00

Investigation of different measures to reduce Hg emission from wet flue gas desulphurisation
Ida Masoomi, University of Stuttgart, Germany

11:00 Unique Challenges and Solutions

Chair: Christian Moser

11:00

Mercury re-emission from lignite-fired power plant – full scale tests
Krzyżyńska Renata, Lukasz Pilar, Zbyszek Szeliga, Paweł Regucki, Karel Borovec, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland

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11:30

Delivering a long-term programme of combustion and efficiency improvements to ensure combustion stability and controlled emissions using local coal
Steve Cornwell, RJM, USA

12:00

Field Experience monitoring Gaseous Mercury compounds continuously for both Emissions and Process control
Deborah Padwater, SICK AG, Germany

14:00 Session 5 – Unique Challenges and Solutions (Continued)

Chair: Alexandra Sipershteyn

14:00

Emissions monitoring solutions for emerging markets
Mike Neyman, Ohio Lumex, USA

14:30

Low-cost manganese mineral sorbents for mercury removal from coal-fired flue gas
Jing Liu, Yingju Yang, Sen Miao, Zhen Wang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

15:00

Investigation of mercury behaviour in the flue gas cleaning path of a lab scale firing system
Marc Oliver Schmid, University of Stuttgart, Germany

16:00 Session 6 – Coal and Ash analyses

Chair: Steve Cornwell

16:00

Trace element distributions and arsenic species in ashes from high arsenic coal-fired power plant in Inner Mongolia, China
Bengen Gong, Huazhong University of Science & Technology, China

16:30

Peculiarities of mercury distribution in South African coals
Mpho Wendy Mathebula, K.Mandiwana and Nikolai, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

16:50

Q&A and Open Discussion

Day 3: Wednesday 30th

09:00 UN Coal Partnership Update
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 Presentations and Discussion from the UN Asia-Pacific Workshop
13:00 End of Meeting
13:00 Lunch

09:00 UN Coal Partnership Update

09:00

An Overview of the Minamata Convention
Eisaku Toda, UN Environment, Switzerland

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09:30

A Word from the UN Environment Group
Ken Davies, UN Environment, Switzerland

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10:00

Update on Potential Project Work in India and Indonesia
Lesley Sloss, IEA Clean Coal Centre, UK

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10:30

Update on the GEF programme
Peter Nelson, Macquarrie University, Australia

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11:30 Presentations and Discussion from the UN Asia-Pacific Workshop

11:30

A Status report from a coal plant in Sri Lanka
Chinthaka Dissanayaka, Ceylon Electricity Board, Sri Lanka

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12:00

Q&A and Open Discussion

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