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Title: Coal and climate change: Potential for carbon capture and storage in South Africa
Authors: Hietkamp, S
Keywords: Biological sequestration
Geological sequestration
Marine sequestration
Chemical sequestration
CO2 capture potential
Geosciences
Issue Date: Jun-2006
Citation: Hietkamp, S. 2006. Coal and climate change: Potential for carbon capture and storage in South Africa. Fossil Fuel Foundation, Council for Geosciences Auditorium, Silverton, Pretoria, 13 June, pp 31.
Abstract: The highly concentrated CO2 streams currently produced at Sasol are well suited for CO2 sequestration without further processing except for pressurising. The potential in South Africa for biological sequestration is limited compared with many other countries as the low rainfall in most of the country accounts for a small net primary production
Description: Fossil Fuel Foundation, Council for Geosciences Auditorium, Silverton, Pretoria, 13 June 2006
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3183
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