Assessment of the capture and storage potential of CO2 co-produced with natural gas in South-East Asia

The aims of this report as set out in the terms of reference for the study are as follows: 

  •  “to assess the techno-economic feasibility of reducing CO2 emissions resulting from natural gas production in South-East Asia through the application of CCS technologies, specifically by re-injecting the gas into subsurface geological formations” and 
  • “a combination of promoting awareness, building capacity and developing human capital in the discovery of CCS.”
Organisation 
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
CO2CRC
Topics 
Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

The aims of this report as set out in the terms of reference for the study are as follows: 

  •  “to assess the techno-economic feasibility of reducing CO2 emissions resulting from natural gas production in South-East Asia through the application of CCS technologies, specifically by re-injecting the gas into subsurface geological formations” and 
  • “a combination of promoting awareness, building capacity and developing human capital in the discovery of CCS.”

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