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Long-term Viability of Carbon Capture and Storage in a European Context

Kristof Hectors


l, peat, and natural gas at current or increasing rates, and so release more of the stored carbon into the atmosphere, is no longer environmentally sustainable, unless carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) technologies currently being developed can be widely deployed.”1 Currently, a variety of options is being suggested to address the challenge of climate change. One approach to mitigating climate change is the technology known as Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). CCS has only emerged on the agenda quite recently. It can be defined as:


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