Carbon capture and storage (CCS) or utilization (CCU) of captured carbon dioxide (CO2) are tools for reducing global carbon emissions, but with new technologies come new challenges. Learn about potential risks with CCS and CCU, and how they could be mitigated using modern sensor technology.
Asian Innovation in Energy
Emerson's alternative energy industry expert, Douglas Morris, explores the innovations coming out of Asia in converting coal to other forms of energy and chemicals in today's guest post. This March 24th issue of the Economist magazine published an article called...
Capturing CO2 with Geosequestration
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) processes are emerging as a way for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel-based, power generation facilities. Also referred to as geosequestration, it is: ...a natural or manmade reservoir that accumulates and stores some...
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