CO2 storage through mineral trapping in geothermal reservoirs

Michael Kuehn, Katrin Vosbeck, Martin Back, Christoph Clauser, Helge Stanjek, Stefan Peiffer & Michael Kuehn
Costs for carbon dioxide sequestration into deep saline aquifers can be transformed into a benefit when combined with ecologically desirable geothermal heat or power production. The produced energy can be used and marketed. Aim is a scientifically and technically feasible new technology to achieve a safe and economically attractive long-term storage of CO2 trapped in minerals. We develop, study, and evaluate a novel approach not only to sequester CO2 by physical trapping within a reservoir,...
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