This White Paper will focus on the topic of CCS. In particular, it looks at a set of technologies termed post-combustion CO2 capture. We will focus on applications to coal-fired power plants because they constitute, by far, the largest source of CO2 emissions appropriate for CCS (IPCC, 2005). However, it should be noted that certainCarbon Capture and Sequestration Technologies @ MITCurrently, the CO2 is captured from Yulin Coal Chemical Company owned by Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum Co.Ltd. The CO2 is a by product of 200,000 tons methanol and 200,000 tons acetic acid production. The capture cost is about US$30/t CO2 and theCO2 purity is over 99%.