|Geological CO2 Storage: Climate change mitigation|
Update of the 2012 Monographic. The geological storage of CO2 is the final stage of the entire process of Carbon Capture, Transportation and Storage of carbon dioxide from anthropogenic emissions in large fossil energy consuming centers. The need to store large volumes so that the technologies are effective gives a fundamental importance to the identification of sites with storage capacity, to an adequate characterization of them and to the realization of a series of studies that allow a correct evaluation and prevention of the risks associated with these technologies, as occurs in any industrial activity.
|Laboratory procedures for petrophysical characterization and control of CO2 geological storages in deep saline aquifers|
The main objective of this publication is to make this experience available to the public, collecting the best practices that have been identified and, at the same time, highlighting the avant-garde position that Spanish research in this field occupies in the European context.
|Public perception of CCS|
The main objective of this study has been to characterize the public perception of CCS technologies.
|Comparative study on the regulatory framework for Carbon capture|
Study of the different legal regimes on CCS, adopted by certain countries chosen because of their belonging to our environment, Member States of the European Union (EU), as well as, outside the scope of the EU, by the maturity stage of The regulation of some of the activities of the CAC.
|Legal framework adopted in the EU|