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Why We Need to Get from Carbon Capture & Storage to Carbon Capture & Utilization

June 4, 2015 by Roman Kilisek
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Carbon Capture and Carbon Utilization

In order to really get Carbon Capture and Storage to work on a global commercial scale, the initial and primary emphasis of the effort has to be on improving its economic viability while going hand in hand with a focus on “carbon utilization.”[read more]

The Case for Carbon Capture

June 2, 2015 by Edward Dodge
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Carbon Capture and Sequestration

The environmental left is hesitant to support CCS because the process is viewed as a means to keep the fossil fuel industries operating well into the future. Industry and conservatives often treat CCS as an expensive and unproven albatross that will strangle business.[read more]

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Harnessing the Power of the Sun for Oil Production

November 15, 2011 by Des King

Coalinga, a small town in California’s Central Valley, is home to the past, present and future of energy. The town was originally called Coaling Station A, and served as a coaling station for the railroads in the late 19th century. The name was later shortened to Coalinga. Coalinga sits on the aptly named Coalinga Oil Field – one of the largest in California. The oil field was discovered in 1887 and is one of the nation’s oldest producing oil fields. And last month, Coalinga gained another distinction – home to the world’s largest solar-to-steam enhanced oil recovery project.[read more]

Is C02-Enhanced Oil Recovery A Carbon Storage Option?

August 24, 2011 by Kevin Kuo

Carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery (CO2-EOR) works by injecting CO2 into existing oil fields to increase oil production. It is not a new concept. In fact, around 5 percent, or 272,000 barrels per day, of all domestic oil produced comes from oil recovered using this technique, which was first deployed in West Texas in 1972.[read more]