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Potential sinks for geologic storage of carbon dioxide generated by power plants in North and South Carolina
(Southern States Energy Board Electric Power Research Institute, 2008)
A tool to facilitate modeling and pilot projects for sequestration of carbon dioxide in saline formations
(American Chemical Society: Division of Fuel Chemistry, 2000)
Saline water-bearing formations that extend beneath much of the continental United States are attractive candidates for disposal of CO, produced during power generation or by other industrial processes. We have quantified ...
Preliminary evaluation of offshore transport and storage of CO2
(Southeast Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership led by Southern States Energy Board, 2010)
Potential Sinks for Geologic Storage of CO2 Generated in the Carolinas
This document summarizes a scoping study of the current state of knowledge of carbon storage options for our geographic area. The focus is on one aspect of carbon capture and storage—identification of deep saline aquifers ...