November 2008

Bonus Report: Sustainability

Carbon capture and storage: Solution or a challenge

Established and new technologies will be used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Bhatia, S., Granherne Pty, Ltd.

Global energy consumption is increasing, especially for developing nations. As demand for fossil fuels (crude oil, natural gas and coal) increases, growing global concerns over climate change foster ongoing debate on how to limit carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. In particular, fossil fuel usage and production are at the heart of this debate. Developing nations must use more energy to raise the standard of living for their citizens. Yet, such efforts will generate even more CO2 emissions. New technologies, such as carbon capture and storage, must be investigated as possible methods to reduce carbon emissions from developing and developed nations. Worldwide energy economy. A quantum increa

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