Issue 34 – Climate Change: Moving the CO2

Regardless of whether carbon is collected from a stationary source (e.g., carbon emitting industries like natural gas processing, cement, and hydrogen production) or via direct air capture, the sequential steps of collecting and conditioning the CO2 for storage or transportation must be in place. Developing pipeline systems, and building the end of line infrastructure for storage, utilization, and/or sequestration, are requirements for the CO2 capturing process to be successful.


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By Charles Marleau CIM® and William Mitchell CIM®

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By Charles Marleau CIM® and William Mitchell CIM®

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