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ICR2011 highlights: carbon capture and storage (CCS) perspectives

During ICR2011, a complete session was devoted to carbon capture and storage (CCS). Berstad et al.(1) stressed that according to IEA, out of the targeted global annual CO2 emissions reductions – 50% by 2050 compared to 2005 levels –, CO2 CCS from power generation and industry is estimated being about 19% of the mitigation potential. Nekså et al. (2) gave an overview of current and possible application of refrigeration technologies within CCS and pointed out challenges encountered.
During ICR2011, a complete session was devoted to carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Berstad et al.(1) stressed that according to IEA, out of the targeted global annual CO2 emissions reductions – 50% by 2050 compared to 2005 levels –, CO2 CCS from power generation and industry is estimated being ...

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