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Título : A comparative analysis of regulations for the geologic storage of carbon dioxide.
Autor : Condor, José
Unatrakarn, Datchawan
Asghari, Koorosh
Wilson, Malcolm
Palabras clave : DIRECTIVAS DE CCS DE LA UE
CONVENCIÓN DE LONDRES
OSPAR
Fecha de publicación : 2011
Editorial : [s.l]: ELSEVIER
Citación : Condor, José y otros (2011). A comparative analysis of regulations for the geologic storage of carbon dioxide. Energy Procedia, (4). 5895-5902
Resumen : This paper presents a summary of the main international and national regulations for geologic storage of carbon dioxide. The international group includes the EU Directives, London Convention, and OSPAR. For the national regulations, three countries were covered in this study: United States, Canada, and Australia. In addition to these regulations, a group of guidelines and best practice manuals were also included in this study. As discussion, although this paper recognizes that current legislations have contributed for the regulation of this technology, it is still necessary the development of new rules in other regions. Industry will not invest in large CCS plants without such regulations because of high CCS costs and large financial risks related to CCS.
URI : http://www.dspace.uce.edu.ec/handle/25000/14466
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