Paris Accord Depends on CCS With regards to carbon capture and sequestration (CCS), the International Energy Agency (IEA) said, “The Paris Agreement provides a framework for stronger climate action that will increase the need for carbon capture and Continue reading Paris Accord Depends on CCS
Over the past few months there has been a steady stream of announcements intended to show that CO2 could be sequestered, thereby eliminating the threat of climate change from using fossil fuels. Clexit For a Brighter Future addressed announcements that Continue reading Another CO2 Sequestration Proposal
Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) has been the darling of radical environmentalists for disposing of CO2 from power plants. They have used CCS as the reason why their efforts to cut CO2 emissions won’t destroy the coal industry, or the Continue reading Sequestration’s Nightmare
Radical environmentalists, and even the coal industry, have been promoting the building of Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) power plants. The coal industry has supported IGCC power plants because they can capture CO2 for sequestration underground, while allowing the use Continue reading Lipstick on a Pig
While the ability to capture CO2 from coal-fired and natural gas power plants remains under investigation, and the ability to store CO2 underground remains in doubt, people are now looking at what it would take to transport the CO2 from Continue reading Pipelines Required For CCS
Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) is consuming tax payer dollars in an effort to develop the technologies needed to capture and sequester huge quantities of CO2 – and to prove it is even possible to store vast amounts of CO2 Continue reading Is it Time to Abandon CCS?