SENIOR DOE OFFICIAL SAYS CARBON SEQUESTRATION GAINS GLOBAL SUPPORT

December 1, 2005
A senior Department of Energy (DOE) official involved in an international climate change initiative says there has been a "sea change" in the global view of a technology that captures and stores carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, and as a result nations that two years ago did not endorse the technology are now aggressively pursuing projects to demonstrate and advance its use. DOE will make a presentation on carbon sequestration (CS) technology at an ongoing Kyoto Protocol meeting in Montreal, Canada,...


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