Development of a global CO2 pipeline infrastructure

1st August 2010

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

This work was an expansion of the source sink matching aspects of the Poyry study to include deep saline formations and depleted oil fields in the available sinks and to develop more details about the extent and cost of the required pipeline system. The savings which might be derived from combining sources into common pipelines were examined and also the financing mechanisms which might be used were explored and compared with those in common use for similar infrastructure developments.


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Development of a global CO2 pipeline infrastructure


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