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Carbon Dioxide Sequestration and Related Technologies by Ying Wu, John J. Carroll, Zhimin Du

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By Ying Wu, John J. Carroll, Zhimin Du

Carbon dioxide sequestration is a expertise that's being explored to cut down the anthropogenic emission of CO2 into the ambience. Carbon dioxide has been implicated within the worldwide weather switch and lowering them is a possible solution.The injection of carbon dioxide for more advantageous oil restoration (EOR) has the duel good thing about sequestering the CO2 and increasing the lifetime of a few older fields. Sequestering CO2 and EOR have many shared components that lead them to comparable.This quantity offers a few of the newest details on those methods overlaying actual homes, operations, layout, reservoir engineering, and geochemistry for AGI and the similar applied sciences.

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