Post 2020, CCS will be competitive with other low-carbon energy technologies
15th July 2011
The companies, scientists, academics and environmental NGOs that together make up the Zero Emissions Platform (ZEP) have undertaken a ground-breaking study into the costs of CCS based on new data provided exclusively by ZEP member organisations on existing pilot and planned demonstration projects. Costs for different CCS options were determined using data for postcombustion, pre-combustion and oxy-fuel capture technologies, pipeline and shipping transport and storage in on and offshore depleted oil and gas fields and deep saline aquifers. This report summarises the key conclusions of the study.
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