Category: General CCS
Carbon dioxide is part of a long term geological cycle.
Capture, compression, transport, injection, storage, monitoring and community engagement are essential aspects of CCS.
A range of sources and storage sites provide flexible CCS opportunities.
Opportunities to reuse and store carbon dioxide with common pipelines connecting sources could reduce the cost of CCS.
Carbon dioxide is exchanged between the earth and the atmosphere.
A range of clean energy options need to be deployed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
Solar energy reflected from the earth's surface is trapped and re-radiated by greenhouse gases.
Carbon capture and storage projects in Australia