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  1. Point of View: CO 2 geological sequestration opens opportunities for Permian basin

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    Mon, 5 Jan 2004

  2. Carbon sequestration forum approves capture, storage projects

    The latest ministerial statement from the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF) held in Melbourne has approved 10 collaborative carbon capture and storage projects around the world.

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    Mon, 27 Sep 2004

  3. Carbon sequestration forum approves capture projects

    The latest ministerial statement from the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF) held in Melbourne has approved 10 collaborative carbon capture and storage projects around the world.

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    Mon, 4 Oct 2004

  4. IGCC plant with CO 2 sequestration studied

    An integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) project with carbon dioxide sequestration is under study in Australia.

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    Tue, 21 Jun 2005

  5. Otway basin CO 2 sequestration trial advances

    Australian Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies (CO2CRC), Canberra, has been awarded two production licenses in the onshore Otway basin of western Victoria in which to conduct its first carbon dioxide sequestration trial.

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    Mon, 27 Feb 2006

  6. Enhanced CBM recovery, coalbed CO 2 sequestration assessed

    Detailed reservoir studies of two enhanced coalbed methane recovery (ECBM) field projects in the San Juan basin of New Mexico provide an understanding of the reservoir mechanisms of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) and nitrogen (N 2 ) injection into coalbeds, demonstrate the practical effectiveness of the ...

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    Mon, 14 Jul 2003

  7. Numerous studies analyze CO 2 sequestration options

    Starting in the 1990s, various government, academic, and industry organizations have initiated studies to determine the best methods for mitigating the excess carbon dioxide entering the atmosphere from human-made (anthropogenic) sources.

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    Mon, 5 Sep 2005

  8. SPECIAL REPORT: Energy industry examining CO 2 sequestration options

    Global climate change presents challenges associated with balancing potential environmental impacts with a wide variety of economic, technical, and lifestyle changes that may be necessary to address the issue.

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    Mon, 14 May 2007

  9. SWP advances CO2 sequestration , ECBM, EOR demos

    Southwest Regional Partnership (SWP) of the US Department of Energy (DOE) continues its Phase 2 and 3 carbon dioxide projects for validating the feasibility of sequestering CO 2 in saline aquifers, coalbeds, and oil fields.

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    Mon, 6 Oct 2008

  10. Senate panel considers carbon sequestration strategy

    Enhanced oil recovery is merely the first step in a national effort to capture and store or reuse industrially produced carbon dioxide, witnesses told the US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on Apr. 16.

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    Mon, 23 Apr 2007

  11. Senate panel considers carbon sequestration strategy, timetable

    Enhanced oil recovery is merely the first step in a national effort to capture and store or reuse industrially produced carbon dioxide, witnesses told the US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on Apr. 16.

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    Tue, 17 Apr 2007

  12. Weyburn project demonstrates CO 2 sequestration , EOR

    Five million tons of carbon dioxide were successfully sequestered in Weyburn oil field in Saskatchewan while the field's oil recovery rate doubled, the US Department of Energy reported. DOE helped fund the project.

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    Wed, 16 Nov 2005

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