WILL THE DRIVE TO CONTROL CLIMATE CHANGE MAKE CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) A MAJOR NEW GAS CARRIER CARGO?
A major new gas carrier cargo?
6 – 7 May 2010
Riviera Maritime Media
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Gas carriers stand poised to play a key role in the logistics chains that will be required to implement the range of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects that have been proposed worldwide. It is estimated that CCS schemes could lead to the capture and sequestration of up to 3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) per annum within the next 15 years, or 20 per cent of all the CO2 given off by fossil fuel-burning power stations and other heavy industrial plant.
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