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Separation and Capture of CO 2 from Large Stationary Sources and Sequestration in Geological Formations—Coalbeds and Deep Saline Aquifers

By Dr. Curt, M. White, Curt M. White, Brian R. Strazisar, Evan J. Granite, James S. Hoffman and Henry W. Pennline

Abstract

The topic of global warming as a result of increased atmospheric CO2 concentration is arguably the most important environmental issue that the world faces today. It is a global problem that will need to be solved on a global level. The link between anthropogenic emissions of CO2 with increased atmospheric CO2 levels and, in turn, with increased global temperatures has been well established and accepted by the world. International organizations such as the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have been formed to address this issue. Three options are being explored to stabilize atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases (GHGs) and global temperatures without severely and negatively impacting standard of living: (1) increasing energy efficiency

Year: 2012
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