Dealing with carbon from power plants
NARUC report overviews the current status of carbon capture, usage and sequestration technologies development in the United States
The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners has published a report on the current status of the development and use of carbon capture, usage and sequestration technology. CCUS, as it is termed, reduces the emission of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere from power plants that burn fo....
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Not originally regulated
A variety of capture techniques
Dealing with the gas
Enhanced oil production
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