January 2010


When does carbon capture make sense?

Here are several options in which carbon capture can provide cost-effective solutions

Ferguson, S., Foster Wheeler Energy

Capture and storage of carbon dioxide (CO2) is a technically feasible method for making deep-reductions in CO2 emissions. As more governments mandate tighter emission rules for carbon emissions, HPI companies must make thoroughly reasoned decisions when considering carbon captured and storage (CCS) projects. This case history investigates the economics of a CCS project with CO2 recovery. Climate change. "The capture and storage of carbon dioxide is a technically feasible method of making deep reductions in CO2 emissions."1 This statement, made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, is widely accepted, as is the need for timely development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) demo

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