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Reconciling King Coal and Climate Change: A regulatory framework for carbon capture and storage

1st January 2009

Topic(s): Policy, law and regulation

This paper provides an overview of CCS technology and then focuses on what the authors see as the major gaps in the US system for regulating CCS. These gaps are first, the unresolved property law issues and second, the issue of long term liability for stored CCS.

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Reconciling King Coal and Climate Change: A regulatory framework for carbon capture and storage

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