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A CO2 molecules journey
10.01.2017

A CO2 molecules journey

Instead of venting the CO2 to atmosphere, suppose we capture it, compress it and put it in a pipeline? AGR's Reservoir Engineer talks about the Endurance project in the North Sea.
Burning fossil fuels generates CO2 which most climate scientists’ regard as bad for our planet. But instead of venting the CO2 to atmosphere, suppose we capture it, compress it and put it in a pipeline.

A pipeline that crosses Yorkshire to the North Sea and onto a store, 1 km below the seabed.

The store, formerly called 5/42 and now called Endurance, has been subject to detailed analysis delivered by our experts. This massive sandstone structure is 25 km long, 8 km wide and over 250 m thick.

The study was used as basis for the paper compiled in collaboration with AGR and the National Grid Carbon.

Remember to download our cheat sheet on the CCS.

You can read more here about how we can help our clients within CCS.

 

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