IEAGHG funds research into carbon capture and storage (CCS), also known as CO2 capture and storage, or carbon sequestration. Our work focuses on technologies that can reduce our carbon emissions, and mitigate climate change and global warming. We are a not for profit organisation, and all of our work is subject to peer review ensuring that it remains impartial and unbiased.
Issue No.109, April 2013 available to view and download.
Response to Zoback and Gorelick on earthquake triggering and geologic storage of CO2. Regulations exist to avoid such scenarios
This letter was submitted to PNAS in response to the Zoback article and letter on CCS and earthquakes, but PNAS were unwilling to publish as it had exceeded their time threshold after the original article, so we make it available here. Read the Letter>>>>
The 2012 Annual Review is available to download now. This year, the annual review highlights success of the GHGT-11 Conference held in Kyoto, contains an interview with Samantha Neades on participating in the IEAGHG Summer School, and looks at the impact of the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol.