Transport infrastructure rationale for carbon dioxide capture & storage in the European Union to 2050

@inproceedings{Coleman2009TransportIR,
  title={Transport infrastructure rationale for carbon dioxide capture & storage in the European Union to 2050},
  author={David L. Coleman},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Along with public transport modification, building and consumer efficiency, renewable energy and bio-fuels, among other greenhouse gas mitigation strategies within the European Union (EU), Zero Emission Power utilising Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is one of the key options to significantly reduce CO 2 quickly as the world begins the transition away from fossil fuels and high CO 2 emissions. Transporting CO 2 from capture locations to storage sites will play an integral part in the… CONTINUE READING