Study: Captured CO2 can be safely store for 'thousands of years'

Madeleine Cuff
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The TCM carbon capture testing facility in Norway | Credit: Gassnova
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The TCM carbon capture testing facility in Norway | Credit: Gassnova

New scientific analysis set to boost confidence in carbon capture and storage technology

Carbon dioxide emissions can be captured and stored underground safely for thousands of years, according to a new paper published yesterday in the science journal Nature Communications. Researchers...

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