New Article! Titled: “Developing a roadmap for carbon capture, and storage in Oklahoma by assessing the viability of stacked storage”
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concludes that CO2 capture and storage
(CCS) is critical for climate-stabilizing energy transitions. In CCS, captured CO2 is sequestered in saline
aquifers within sedimentary basins. The CO2 storage capacity and the rate of injection are functions of
the geology of the saline aquifer, which is uncertain. To minimize impacts of this uncertainty, CCS
projects could include backup plans, such as co-locating geologic CO2 storage (GCS) sites with or
near existing CO2-enhanced oil recovery (CO2-EOR) operations.
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