Why CCS has to work

With energy generation likely to rely mainly on fossil fuels for the next couple of decades, it is vital that carbon capture and storage can prove effective at scale.

There is a great deal of controversy about capture and storage of CO2 emissions.  Some people worry about the permanence of storage, or whether seepages of CO2 from underground storage or transport pipelines could cause health and environmental issues.  Others contend that the capture process is too expensive.  Still others resent the implication that fossil fuels might continue to provide energy, rather than being replaced totally by renewable energies.

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