What we can learn from natural CO2 reservoirs

As mentioned in the last blog post I was able to publish my work on naturally occuring CO2 reservoirs in an article with the lengthy title “Controls on CO2 storage security in natural reservoirs and implications for CO2 storage site selection” in International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. Following the publication I was contacted by EngineeringJournal.ie…

UKCCSRC & CATO2 ECR Conference… erm what now?

I haven’t been blogging about my actual research in quite a while and I think it is a good idea to keep it that way! Well, it’s just I don’t have anything interesting new results for a while, but I am (very!!) confident that there will be something new soon (or I can forget about…

How Carbon Transport works

In my last post I covered the very basics on how Carbon is Captured at power plants or other large point sources. The next step is the transport of CO2 (no not Storage, even though it is called Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and not Carbon Capture Transport and Storage (CCTS), no one knows why they…

How Carbon Capture works

First of all, I am not really qualified to write about this (whenever I hear the word “capture” followed by some explanation why which chemical process is better than any other my brain takes a long break). However, during a recent Winter School I had the opportunity to listen to the work other PhD students…