Barriers to implementation of CCS: capacity constraints

1st July 2012

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

In this study we assess possible supply chain constraints that could arise if CCS is deployed according to the IEA CCS Roadmap. We look at physical constraints (equipment, materials) as well as those in skills and services (human resources). In the context of CCS, capacity generally refers to storage capacity, but storage capacity is not within the scope of the study presented in this report. We focus only on the future capacity of the supply chain for CCS technologies.


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Barriers to implementation of CCS: capacity constraints


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