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Título : Options to implement a regulatory framework to accommodate geological storage of CO2 in Saskatchewan
Autor : Cóndor Tarco, José Arnulfo
Wilson, Malcolm
Palabras clave : SASKATCHEWAN
EMISORES REGULADOS
WEYBURN
ALMACENAMIENTO GEOLOGICO DE CO2
MARCO NORMATIVO
Fecha de publicación : 2013
Editorial : [s.d.t]
Citación : Cóndor Tarco, José Arnulfo y Wilson, Malcolm (2013). Options to implement a regulatory framework to accommodate geological storage of CO2 in Saskatchewan. Energy Procedia 37: 7680 – 7687
Resumen : This paper discusses three options to implement a regulatory framework to accommodate geological storage of CO2 (GSC) in Saskatchewan, Canada. These options are - Utilization of current legislation following the same pattern as for the enhanced oil recovery project in Weyburn oil field, Saskatchewan, Canada. - Amendment of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act (OGCA) and its existing regulations and the creation of protocols and/or standards that support those amendments. - Creation of new legislation (acts and regulations). We start by describing the current situation in Canada and Saskatchewan and the driving forces that motivate the implementation of greenhouse gas emissions reduction plans. Next we proceed to explain the foremost implications in adopting each of the three identified options based on four criteria: economic, technical, political, and administrative. Our analysis shows that the most convenient option at the moment is the amendment of existing legislation and the development of new protocols.
URI : http://www.dspace.uce.edu.ec/handle/25000/14439
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