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Coupe, George
July 2015
Engineer (00137758);Jul2015, Vol. 296 Issue 7865, p22
The article explores the oil and gas sector's growing acceptance of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology. Topics covered include the target year for total decarbonization of the global energy system, an overview of how CCS works and the drivers to Shell Chief Executive Ben van Beurdan's call to support the large-scale implementation of CCS. An analysis on the successful deployment of CCS is also presented.


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