Posts Tagged ‘CO2-Abscheidung und -Speicherung – CCS’

CO₂: Vergraben hilft wohl auch nicht

Dienstag, Mai 11th, 2010

“Not enough space for carbon in the ground?

The capture and the long-term storage of CO₂ is now central to plans for reducing CO₂ emissions from large-scale fossil fuel uses. But new and controversial research argues the storage potential of CO₂ may have been overestimated.

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) involves the capture of the greenhouse gas CO₂ produced from the combustion of fossil fuels. The captured and compressed CO₂ is then transported to a location for long-term storage. While several proposals for the storage phase exist, geological storage has received the most attention. This is partly because it is believed to have the least logistical constraints.

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) involves the capture of the greenhouse gas CO2 produced from the combustion of fossil fuels. The captured and compressed CO₂ is then transported to a location for long-term storage. While several proposals for the storage phase exist, geological storage has received the most attention. This is partly because it is believed to have (…).”

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(Quelle: nef triple crunch blog.)