CO2 transport guidelines

Debate continues in scientific, political, financial, and environmental circles regarding the viability and cost of capturing and sequestering carbon dioxide as part of future energy policies. Some think it can't be done. Some think it shouldn't be done. Others see it as an absolute necessity.Side-stepping this debate, however, Det Norske Veritas has issued the first guidelines setting out criteria for the development, design, construction, testing, operation, and maintenance of steel pipelines transporting CO2. The guidelines, developed as a joint industry project (JIP) under DNV's carbon capture and storage section, apply to new offshore and onshore pipelines transporting fluids contain...

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