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CFB技術の進歩は、将来、南アフリカでの最適なエネルギーソリューションを提供するでしょう

5月 15 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm SAST

 

South African power producers require low cost, environmentally clean yet very reliable baseload power generation that can leverage South Africa’s vast indigenous coal resources. Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) Boiler Technology has increased its world-wide presence principally due to its highly-desirable fuel flexibility feature combined with significantly reduced air emissions, particularly SOx, NOx and even CO2. The CFB’s fuel flexible and low emissions design provide South African power producers the ability to utilize the lowest cost coal, petcoke, coal slurry, lignite, washery rejects and biomass in variable mix combinations, to produce the lowest possible power cost for South African consumers.

 

 

Seminar Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre

Seminar Details

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Venue Information: Cape Town International Convention Centre
Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street
Cape Town, 8001, South Africa

Registration: 09:00 hrs

Seminar presentations: 09:30 – 13:00 hrs

Lunch: 13:00 – 14:00 hrs

Entire event is absolutely free and complimentary

Scroll down for the Seminar Agenda

 

Who Should Attend?

  • Government power planners, policy markers, regulators
  • Utilities
  • IPPs and Developers
  • Industrial companies

 

CFB technology also offers several additional commercial advantages. Its inherent low emissions design avoids the cost of installing and operating expensive DeNOx and DeSOx flue gas cleaning equipment while conserving water, another valuable natural resource.

 

Combining ultra-supercritical CFB boiler technology with biomass co-firing allows plant owners to realize dramatic reductions in net CO2 emissions while keeping electricity production reliability high and cost low. Long-term operating data clearly demonstrates that CFB clean coal technology has a lower forced and planned outage rate and thus higher reliability than conventional coal and biomass combustion technologies. All these benefits should be very attractive for the South African energy industry.

 

The CFB boiler option can be applied to both new greenfield plants, as well as, existing plants as a repowering option. Repowering the steam side of an existing or retired coal-fired plant is a much lower cost option than building a new greenfield plant since a lot of the plant’s existing infrastructure can be reused, yet the same improvements to the plant operating cost, reliability and environmental performance can be achieved.

 

Sumitomo FW (SFW), the world leaders in CFB technology, is proud to extend a personal invitation to you to attend our free Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) Boiler Technology Seminar on Wednesday, May 15, 2019  from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm (including lunch) at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.

 

Robert Giglio and Asif Hussain will review the technical, economic and environmental benefits of CFB boilers and the value they can bring to the South African power market. Plant case studies relevant to the South African market and fuels will be presented, such as:

 

Korea’s 2,200 MWe Samcheok Green Power Project(4 x 550 MWe), uses SFW’s ultra-supercritical CFB technology. Topics of special interest to South African power developers include the unique plant design features that give KOSPO, the plant owner, the greatest possible flexibility in fuel procurement. This important design feature now saves KOSPO millions of dollars in fuel cost each year of operation.

 

Turkey’s 450 MWe Soma Kolin(2 x 225 MWe), is a project under construction using SFW CFB technology that will efficiently burn locally-procured very low-quality Turkish lignite. This is an important example for South African power developers who are constrained to using low quality coals and washery rejects yet are challenged by regulators to meet low air emission limits while producing affordable and reliable electricity.

 

The 1,500 MWe CFB repowering project in Turow, Poland. Six old PC boilers where replaced by 6 SFW CFBs resulting in a 25% increase in plant output, while achieving over a 90% reduction in all plant emissions.

 

Many other case studies relevant to the African power sector will also be reviewed during the seminar, such as the 554 MWe Oil Shale CFB plant in Jordan and the 670 MWe Waste Coal & Biomass CFB plant in Virginia.

 

 

Important Questions this Seminar Will Answer:

  • How SFW CFB boiler technology can enhance fuel flexibility to enable South African power plants to choose from a range of discounted opportunity coals?
  • How SFW CFB boiler technology can meet South Africa’s emission standards today and into the future without expensive DeNOx and DeSOx equipment?
  • How SFW CFBs provide a low-cost and low-risk carbon reduction strategy for South African power generation sector?
  • Why CFBs plants avoid expensive air pollution control equipment, particularly water-consuming DeSOx equipment, and save millions on plant capital, annual O&M, and scrubber waste disposal costs?
  • Why do SFW CFB boiler plants routinely enjoy higher plant reliability than conventional pulverized fuel and stoker boiler plants?
  • Why will SFW CFB boiler technology not experience the same poor O&M and reliability problems reported by other CFB manufacturers?
  • Can CFBs operate efficiently as a CHP plant when burning a variable mix of fuels?
  • What level of plant reliability and availability should you expect when burning opportunity fuels available in South Africa?
  • How does the SFW CFB boiler plant reliability and availability history compare with the projected reliability and availability of coal plants now under construction in South Africa?
  • Can CFB boiler technology be used to repower South Africa’s aging coal-fired power plant fleet?

 

 Agenda

9:30        Welcome and Introduction of SFW Team – Ravi Krishnan

9:40        Brief Overview of SFW – Asif Hussain

10:00     CFB Advancement Path and Technology Benefits – Robert Giglio

11:30     Tea / Coffee Break

11:45     CFB Fuel Experience (Lignites, Waste Coals, Biomass) – Asif Hussain

12:30     Q&A discussion – All

13:00     Lunch

14:00     Adjourn

 

 

Presenters for CFB Boiler Session

 

Robert Giglio | Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning and Business Development | Sumitomo SHI FW

Robert is responsible for market, product, technology and business strategy, globally for SFW. Robert started his career over 30 years ago with a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

Asif Hussain | Senior VP of Strategic Business Development | Sumitomo SHI FW

Asif Hussain is responsible for business development within Africa, Middle East and Indian sub-continent. He has over 23 years experience in the power industry and markets based on extensive experience gained working for Foster Wheeler and Babcock Power in roles as field service engineer, project engineering, sales & marketing and management serving the utility and Industrial market. He has a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Maryland as well as leadership & management training.

 

For More Information Contact

Ravi Krishnan

Mobile Phone: +1 (203) 257-9232

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