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Type: Journal article
Title: Safe storage and effective monitoring of CO(2) in depleted gas fields
Author: Jenkins, C.
Cook, P.
Ennis-King, J.
Undershultz, J.
Boreham, C.
Dance, T.
de Caritat, P.
Etheridge, D.
Freifeld, B.
Hortle, A.
Kirste, D.
Paterson, L.
Pevzner, R.
Schacht, U.
Sharma, S.
Stalker, L.
Urosevic, M.
Citation: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2012; 109(2):E35-E41
Publisher: Natl Acad Sciences
Issue Date: 2012
ISSN: 0027-8424
1091-6490
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Charles R. Jenkins, Peter J. Cook, Jonathan Ennis-King James Undershultz, Chris Boreham, Tess Dance, Patrice de Caritat, David M. Etheridge, Barry M. Freifeld, Allison Hortle, Dirk Kirste, Lincoln Paterson, Roman Pevzner, Ulrike Schacht, Sandeep Sharma, Linda Stalker, and Milovan Urosevic
Abstract: Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is vital to reduce CO2 emissions to the atmosphere, potentially providing 20% of the needed reductions in global emissions. Research and demonstration projects are important to increase scientific understanding of CCS, and making processes and results widely available helps to reduce public concerns, which may otherwise block this technology. The Otway Project has provided verification of the underlying science of CO2 storage in a depleted gas field, and shows that the support of all stakeholders can be earned and retained. Quantitative verification of long-term storage has been demonstrated. A direct measurement of storage efficiency has been made, confirming that CO2 storage in depleted gas fields can be safe and effective, and that these structures could store globally significant amounts of CO2.
Keywords: carbon storage; geosequestration; carbon dioxide; climate change; energy policy
Rights: Authors retain copyright
RMID: 0020115896
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1107255108
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