Minerals for carbon dioxide sequestration

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Published: Friday, 22 May 2009

Minerals key to locking emissions: George Hawley examines the use of industrial minerals in capturing carbon dioxide emissions

Considerable work has been done and is continuing on the potential of using industrial minerals to sequester anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2).

The minerals may be reacted in situ by drilling into their formations and pumping down CO2 in liquid or gas form.

Or, the minerals may be mined and ground...

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