CCS

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CCS: Time to move on

With coal on the decline, for political, economic and technical reasons, the argument for CCS in the power sector is weaker than ever before.
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Sweeping Europe’s emissions under the rug

Enthusiasm for CCS has waned across much of Europe as the technology has failed to advance and renewables have convincingly demonstrated their ability to cost-effectively decarbonize the energy system. But don’t tell that to Norway.
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CCS 2001–2018: Expectations and results

Carbon capture and storage is not a real mitigation option. There are faster, cleaner, surer, safer, more durable, more effective and cheaper ways to cut CO2: renewables, efficiency measures and the development of carbon-free industrial processes.
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Myths about carbon storage – the Sleipner case

The risk of leaks that are difficult to detect and the thorough investigations required to find suitable sites are factors that limit the potential to scale up ongoing CO2 storage projects.
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Norweigan CCS hype moves from power to industrial processes

The government is unlikely to foot the bill. There are faster, cheaper ways to cut such emissions.
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CCS – from power plants to industrial plants

As the change from fossil fuels to renewable energy is gradually gaining wider acceptance, CCS is now seen more and more as a method mainly applicable to industrial processes.
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CCS is still a failure

After decades of talking and billions of euros in investments there are no large commercial CO2 storage facilities in Norway, Canada, the US or anywhere else in the world.
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