CCS Networks for the UK: Benefits, Impacts and Regulation

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Title: CCS Networks for the UK: Benefits, Impacts and Regulation
Authors: Cockerill, T
Makuch, Z
Oraee-Mirzamani, B
Georgieva, S
Item Type: Conference Paper
Abstract: What benefits might be offered by developing well planned CCS networks? A review of the drivers for and barriers to the coherent development of CCS networks in the UK is used to synthesise a limited set of possible network topologies. The benefits offered by each topology for UK carbon dioxide and other atmospheric emissions are estimated. Other potential benefits are considered qualitatively, and a range of uncertainties identified. The complexity of CCS networks means that addressing these uncertainties is a challenging task, and the need for a whole systems approach is evaluated. Finally, implications for CCS regulation and policy are highlighted.
Issue Date: 22-Jun-2011
Publisher: Newcastle University, Clarion
Copyright Statement: © 2011 by Newcastle University, Clarion Technical Conferences, Tiratsoo Technical (a division of Great Southern Press), and the author(s)
Conference Name: International Forum on the Transportation of CO2 by Pipeline
Conference Location: Newcastle, UK
Publication Status: Published
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Start Date: 2011-06-22
Finish Date: 2011-06-23
Conference Place: Newcastle, UK
Appears in Collections:Centre for Environmental Policy

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