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CO₂-EOR in the UK: Analysis of fiscal incentives
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a technology that could reduce CO2 emissions to atmosphere from power and/or industrial sources. CCS could provide up to 20% of global CO2 emissions reduction required in 2050, potentially ...
Building a CO₂ Storage Hub in the Central North Sea
(Scottish Enterprise, 2015)
The International Energy Agency has long argued that Carbon Capture and Storage is the single most important technology we have in the battle to reduce CO2 emissions from power and industrial sources. Without it we will ...
Opportunities for CO2 Storage around Scotland; An Integrated Strategic Research Study
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is one of the critical technologies worldwide which will enable reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions arising from large industrial sites. CCS allows the continued use of a diverse ...
Progressing Scotland's CO2 storage opportunities
Carbon capture, transport and storage (CCS) is a rapidly growing industry that offers both environmental benefits and substantial business, employment and research opportunities for Scotland and the UK. In 20091 the report ...
SCCS Recommendations and Conference 2014 Report - A CCS future for Europe:catalysing North Sea action
It is unequivocal that the continued unabated use of fossil fuels is no longer an option if the world is to avoid "severe, pervasive and irreversible” damage from the impacts of climate change. Carbon Capture and Storage ...
SiteChar Characterisation of European CO2 Storage Deliverable N° D8.3 Public Outreach Activities
(European Commission DG Research, 2013-03-01)
This deliverable describes the task of making available generic and site-specific information about the SiteChar activities regarding the site explorations to the general public as well as to the local public at the Scottish ...