Les bases de la technologie de la récupération et de l'entreposage du CO2.

Fundamentals of carbon capture and storage technology.

Auteurs : NICHOLLS T. (ed.)

Type de monographie : Ouvrage


Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is essential for a sustainable energy future in a world that faces constraints on the use of carbon but remains - for the foreseeable future - reliant on fossil fuels. CCS has the potential to make a quarter of the emissions reductions required to stabilise the atmospheric concentration of CO2 at 550 parts per million and limit temperature rises to 2°C above pre-industrial levels. Encouragingly, the technologies involved in CCS have been proved independently and capital is available. The big test facing governments is to create a policy environment that will allow companies to put these technologies together safely, at a reasonable cost and on a big enough scale to make a meaningful dent in global CO2 emissions. This book is an up to date assessment of the state of the industry. Extract from the table of contents: large CO2 geological storage demonstration projects; the petroleum industry has the opportunity to reinvent itself; the policy environment in the US, China and in Europe; CO2 and enhanced oil recovery; CO capture: the technology challenge; monitoring CO2 underground; the potential of carbon storage; finding solutions: capturing CO2 from flue gases; establishing carbon-trading markets; project studies (Salah, Weyburn, Statoil and FutureGen).


  • Titre original : Fundamentals of carbon capture and storage technology.
  • Identifiant de la fiche : 2008-1015
  • Langues : Anglais
  • Sujet : Chiffres, économie, Réglementation, Environnement, Généralités
  • Édition : Petroleum economist - Royaume-uni/Royaume-uni
  • Date d'édition : 09/2007
  • ISBN : 1861862776
  • Source : Source : 149 p. (21 x 19.7); fig.; phot.; tabl.; GBP 280.
  • Document disponible en consultation à la bibliothèque du siège de l'IIF uniquement.