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New Technology for Capture and Storage of Carbon Dioxide Developed
20.11.2008 14:03
New Technology for Capture and Storage of Carbon Dioxide Developed

Russian participants of international project Bellona presented a technology for capture and storage of carbon dioxide as a solution for climate change.
      
      The technology allows creating a concentrated flow of high-pressure CO2, which can be easily transported via pipelines or ships to the storage site, at sources of carbon dioxide. CO2 can be pumped into empty oil wells, water-bearing layer and coal beds.
      
      At the moment researchers claim their technology to be the only effective way to reduce carbon dioxide content in the atmosphere and to stabilize Earths climate.
      
      Now scientists wait for Russian government to create regulations on introduction of their innovation.
      
      Source: Science & Technologies


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