CO2 capture is an important area for industries concerned with reducing carbon footprint and increasing environmental sustainability. It is particularly important for the petroleum industry because of the high-reward application of CO2 as solvent for EOR. The cost of CO2 capture is high and developments are needed to bring it down. Challenges facing cheap and efficient capture of CO2 can be alleviated through Process Intensification (PI) of CO2 capture processes. Different PI technologies have been investigated over the years with rotating packed bed (RPB) technology playing an increasing role due to the potential of a several-order-of-magnitude mass transfer enhancement induced by the Higee field. The goal of the proposed research is to investigate operability of RPB reactor in the context of CO2 capture from low-pressure sources. It consists of building physical and numerical models of the proposed RPB reactor to quantify the potential of RPB technology to intensify conventional solvent-based CO2 capture processes.