Transport of CO 2 for Carbon Capture and Storage in the UK Martin Downie, Julia Race and Patricia Seevam School of Marine Science & Technology Newcastle University . Introduction. The presentation is based on the premise that: Technically viable capture technologies are available
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Transport of CO2 for Carbon Capture and Storage in the UKMartin Downie, Julia Race and Patricia SeevamSchool of Marine Science & TechnologyNewcastle University
Anglo-French Scientific Discussion Seminar
The presentation is based on the premise that:
What are the technical challenges required to develop a CO2 transport infrastructure for the UK connecting multiple sources to offshore sinks ?
It can be argued that CO2 transport has a low profile in the UK because it is widely believed:
That is, the technology is proven and requires no further research, and a large proportion of the infrastructure is already in place
The hydraulics is sensitive to the composition of the mixture.
Source: Report No COAL R308 DTI/PUB URN 06/2027
Onshore: generally in use, or non-existent
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