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A review of the international state of the art in risk assessment guidelines and proposed terminology for use in CO2 geological storage

17th December 2009

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), CO2 storage

The report includes an updated version of the risk management framework that incorporates the Framework for Risk Assessment and Management of Storage of CO2 Streams in Geological Formations (FRAM) and the European Union CO2 Capture and Storage (EU CCS) directive steps, which is also consistent with the human health and ecological risk assessment workflows, as well as the Standards Australian/ Standards New Zealand (AS/NZS) for environmental risk management and security risk management. The report also includes a comprehensive list of terms used in various risk publications and extensive reference list.

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A review of the international state of the art in risk assessment guidelines and proposed terminology for use in CO2 geological storage

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