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Title: Carbon capture and sequestration: integrating technology, monitoring, regulation

Abstract

This book is the first systematic presentation of the technical, legal, and economic forces that must coalesce to realize carbon dioxide capture and geologic sequestration as a viable CO{sub 2} reduction strategy. It synthesizes key engineering data and explains the technological and legal conditions that must be in place for carbon sequestration to be realized. Chapter headings are: 1: Carbon Capture and Sequestration in Context: Technology, Regulation, and Social Acceptance; 2: Technologies: Separation and Capture; 3: Modeling to Understand and Simulate Physico-chemical Processes of CO{sub 2} Geological Storage; 4: Monitoring Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide; 5: Risks Assessment and Management for Geological Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide; 6: Migration Mechanisms and Potential Impacts of CO{sub 2} Leakage and Seepage; 7: Calculating the Costs of Electric Sector Carbon Mitigation; 8: Geological Sequestration under Current U.S. Regulations; 9: Initial Public Perceptions of Deep Geological and Oceanic Disposal of Carbon Dioxide; 10: Siting Geologic Sequestration; and 11: Property Interests and Liability of Geologic Carbon Dioxide Storage.

Authors:
;  [1]
  1. University of Minnesota, MI (United States). Energy and Environmental Policy and Law, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs
Publication Date:
OSTI Identifier:
20885880
Resource Type:
Book
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
20 FOSSIL-FUELED POWER PLANTS; 54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; 29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; FOSSIL-FUEL POWER PLANTS; CARBON DIOXIDE; CARBON SEQUESTRATION; CAPTURE; UNDERGROUND STORAGE; GEOLOGIC FORMATIONS; LEGAL ASPECTS; SEPARATION PROCESSES; MIGRATION; SEEPS; LEAKS; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS; MARINE DISPOSAL; PUBLIC OPINION; TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT; POWER GENERATION; SITE SELECTION; USA; SIMULATION; RISK ASSESSMENT; REGULATIONS; ATTITUDES; COST ESTIMATION

Citation Formats

Wilson, E, and Gerard, D. Carbon capture and sequestration: integrating technology, monitoring, regulation. United States: N. p., 2007. Web.
Wilson, E, & Gerard, D. Carbon capture and sequestration: integrating technology, monitoring, regulation. United States.
Wilson, E, and Gerard, D. 2007. "Carbon capture and sequestration: integrating technology, monitoring, regulation". United States.
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