Fossil Power Generation with Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS): Policy Development for Technology Deployment
Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) with Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)
Towards Zero Emission Production – Potential of Carbon Capture in Energy Intensive Industry
Carbon Uptake, Transport and Storage by Oceans and the Consequences of Change
Methane Biogeochemistry and Carbon Stores in the Arctic Ocean: Hydrates and Permafrost
About this book
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is the only method available for reducing CO2 emissions while allowing continued use of fossil fuels, both for power generation and potentially in broader contexts. Carbon capture technologies are already playing a role in reducing emissions from large sources such as power stations. Carbon capture could potentially tackle these emissions, either by use of photosynthetic organisms to fix carbon, providing a biomass energy source or by direct capture from the air. Various potential options are available for carbon storage, including geological, mineral and ocean storage. This book describes the current options available and discusses the potential for future CCS strategies.
Ronald E Hester is at the University of York, UK Roy M Harrison OBE is at the University of Birmingham, UK