Carbon dioxide capture and geological storage

Holloway, Sam. 2007 Carbon dioxide capture and geological storage. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, A, 365 (1853). 1095-1107.

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Carbon dioxide capture and geological storage is a technology that could be used to reduce carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere from large industrial installations such as fossil fuel-fired power stations by 80–90%. It involves the capture of carbon dioxide at a large industrial plant, its transport to a geological storage site and its longterm isolation in a geological storage reservoir. The technology has aroused considerable interest because it can help reduce emissions from fossil fuels which are likely to remain the dominant source of primary energy for decades to come. The main issues for the technology are cost and its implications for financing new or retrofitted plants, and the security of underground storage.

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Programmes: BGS Programmes > Sustainable and Renewable Energy
ISSN: 1364-503X
Date made live: 30 Jul 2012 09:33 +0 (UTC)

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