R Stuart Haszeldine

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Governments worldwide should provide incentives for initial large-scale GS projects to help build the knowledge base for a mature, internationally harmonized GS regulatory framework. Health, safety, and environmental risks of these early projects can be managed through modifications of existing regulations in the EU, Australia, Canada, and the U.S. An(More)
The principles of hydrocarbon exploration and production provide well established and tested principles and technologies to investigate storage of fluids in the subsurface. CO2 can be stored in the subsurface using settings of: A) thick permeable coal seams; B) depleted oil and gas fields; C) saline aquifers of regional extent, with an overlying seal. The(More)
The proposition by Economides and Ehlig-Economides (E&E) in 2009 and 2010 that geological storage of CO2 is 'not feasible at any cost' deserves to be examined closely, as this is counter to the view expressed in the overwhelming majority of geological and engineering publications (e. papers misrepresent this work and suggest that: 1) CO2 cannot be stored in(More)
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