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CO2 Capture and Storage Links

  1. Factual links

    Some of the websites providing factual information on CO2 Capture and Storage:

    • 1.1 Some websites addressing CO2 Capture & Storage
    • 1.2 Information on CO2 Capture & Storage for the non-specialist
    • 1.3 Some news and monitoring websites addressing CO2 Capture & Storage
    • 1.4 Other websites related to CO2 Capture & Storage
  2. Partner links
 

1. Factual links

1.1 Some websites addressing CO2 Capture & Storage
  • The European Commission, the European energy industry, the research community and non governmental organisations have together established a European Technology Platform on Zero Emission Fossil Fuel Power Plants (ETP ZEP) to unite all key stakeholders in this field:
    www.zero-emissionplatform.eu/website/ 
  • The Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies (CO2CRC) is one of the world's leading collaborative research organisations focused on carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and geological storage: www.CO2crc.com.au/ 
  • The International Energy Agency provides a collection of resources related to the capture and storage of CO2: www.CO2captureandstorage.info/ 
    As well as a detailed study on prospects for CO2 capture and storage:
     www.iea.org/textbase/nppdf/free/2004/prospects.pdf
  • The Support to Regulatory Activities for Carbon Capture and Storage (STRACO2) Project is designed to support the development of a regulatory framework for CCS in the European Union. More information at: www.euchina-ccs.org/index.php 
1.2 Information on CO2 Capture & Storage for the non-specialist
1.3 Some news and monitoring websites addressing CO2 Capture & Storage
1.4 Other websites related to CO2 Capture & Storage
  • The CO2 Capture Project is an international effort funded by seven energy companies to develop new technologies to reduce the cost of capturing CO2 and safely store it:
    www.CO2captureproject.org 
 

2. Partner links

Web pages of GreenFacts' partners providing information relevant to carbon storage:

The Bellona Foundation The Bellona Foundation covers Carbon Capture and Storage as one of its main themes: www.bellona.org/subjects/CO2_sequestration 
UNEP The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) asks whether carbon dioxide storage can help cut greenhouse emissions:
 www.unep.org/dec/docs/CCS_guide.pdf
Euractiv Euractiv provides information on EU policy priorities in terms of carbon capture and storage at:
www.euractiv.com/en/energy/carbon-capture-storage/
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