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Dooley J.J. and M.A. Wise. Retention of CO2 in Geologic Sequestration Formations: Desirable Levels, Economic Considerations, and the Implications for Sequestration R&D. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies. J Gale and Y Kaya (eds). Elsevier Science, Amsterdam pp. 273-278. 2003.
(ETIP-Harvard) Al-Juiaied, M., and A. Whitmore, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group. Realistic costs of carbon capture (Discussion Paper). July 2009.
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Restrepo, C., J. Simonoff, and R. Zimmerman. Causes, Cost Consequences, and Risk Implications of Accidents in U.S. Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Infrastructure. International Journal of Critical Infrastructure Protection, 2 (2009): 38-50.
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U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), National Energy Technology Laboratory. FutureGen Project Final Environmental Impact Statement, DOE/EIS-0394, November 2007.
U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (Office of Pipeline Safety), ‘Natural Gas Transmission, Gas Distribution, and Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Annual Mileage’ table, October 13, 2010, as viewed here on November 9, 2010.