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Title: A generalized overview of requirements for the design, construction, and operation of new pipelines for CO2 sequestration
Category: Technical papers from the Journal of Pipeline Engineering
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Catalog No.: 2148s
Date of Publication: Dec 1 2008 12:00AM
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: Dr Mo Mohitpour, Andy Jenkins, and Gabe Nahas
Abstract: OVER RECENT decades, carbon dioxide has been transported through pipelines with no demonstrated examples of substantial leakage, ruptures, or incidents, and more CO2 pipelines are expected to be built within the next ten years due to economic and environmental drivers (high oil prices, climate-change-related policies), for carbon capture and geological sequestration (CCS), for re-injection, and to support enhanced oil recovery (EOR) projects. While there are some differences between CO2 transportation for EOR and CCS (such as impurities and routeing through more populated areas), if industry experience and best practice are followed, there seems to be little reason to be concerned about the design, construction, operation, and safety of CO2 pipelines for CCS; an added advantage is that CCS for EOR using captured CO2 brings two benefits for the same cost.

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