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Feasibility Study for Europe-wide CO₂ Infrastructures
Ove Arup & Partners Limited (Arup) and their partners Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) were commissioned in December 2009 by the European Commission Directorate-General Energy and Transport (DG-TREN) to undertake ...
Towards a Public Communication and Engagement Strategy for Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Projects in Scotland
(Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS), 2010-08)
The purpose of this report is to stimulate the design of effective engagement strategies between the public and proponents of CCS projects in Scotland. Engagement is the process of having an informed, two-way discussion ...
Pipeline infrastructure for CO₂ transport in Europe
Presentation on Europe-wide CO2 Infrastructures Feasibility Study
Popular response to Economides, CO₂ storage is feasible
The possibility of carbon dioxide storage underground, to enable carbon capture and storage lasting many thousands of years, does of course require guarantees of possibility and reliability. The research referred to by ...
Comments on Little and Jackson
The potential impacts of CO2 on freshwater aquifers outlined by Little and Jackson, 2010 appear, incorrectly, to slay all hope of storing CO2 below ground and retaining safe drinking waters. Without doubt the effects of ...
Benchmarking worldwide CO₂ saline aquifer injections
Carbon Capture, Transport and Storage is a very active field of research, especially for the past decade. From the UK perspective, a commercially crucial aspect is the saline aquifer research, since there are predicted to ...
Formal response to Economides, CO₂ storage is feasible
The proposition by Economides and Ehlig-Economides (E&E) in 2009 and 2010 that geological storage of CO2 is ‘not feasible at any cost’ deserves to be examined closely, as this is counter to the view expressed in the ...