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|Title: ||Integrated infrastructure for CO2 transport and storage in the west Mediterranean|
|Authors: ||Boavida, D.|
|Issue Date: ||2011|
|Citation: ||Boavida, D., Carneiro, J.F., Ramírez, A., Martinez, R., Czernichowski-Lauriol, I., Tosato, G., Rimi, A., Zarhloule, Y., Simões, S., Cabal, H., (2011). Integrated infrastructure for CO2 transport and storage in the west Mediterranean, Energy Procedia 4 (2011) 2440–2447.|
|Abstract: ||COMET - Integrated infrastructure for CO2 transport and storage in the west Mediterranean- is a join research Project co-financed by the European Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), which started on January 2010. Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS) is a CO2 abatement option that can contribute substantially to the ambitious targets needed for climate stabilization. The significant role foreseen for CCS is based on several conditions, like the availability of a CO2 transport infrastructure or construction of such an infrastructure within the near future. The need to have a suitable transport infrastructure, its implications over time and its related costs have only more recently attracting the attention and getting priority in the R&D agenda of the European Countries. Partly because research on CO2 transport and storage needs to be realized at the local-regional level, unlike the technological research on CO2 capture which is not country dependent. In this context, COMET focuses on assessing CO2 transport and storage in a geographical area that until now has received little attention: the West Mediterranean area, specifically, the Iberian Peninsula and Morocco.|
|Appears in Collections:||CGE - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica|
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