Hydrates can be used for CO2 capture from flue gases (hydrate crystallization). In this work, hydrate equilibrium data were measured and compared with literature data. The isochoric method was used to determine the gas hydrate dissociation points. Different CO2+N2 gas mixtures were used in the presence of promoters such as tetra-n-butylammonium fluoride (TBAF) and mixtures of TBAF and cyclopentane (CP). The key novel aspect of this work is the use of a combination of promoters, TBAF and CP, which under certain conditions induced further pressure reduction in comparison to pure TBAF results. Concerning experiments with pure promoter, there is good agreement between our results and literature results for different gas mixtures and promoter concentrations.