News: July 2017

Inexpensive and proven water ‘fingerprint’ technique supports deployment of subsurface CO2 storage worldwide

Scottish scientists have found cost-effective and reliable way to monitor the storage of the most common greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide (CO2), deep underground. 

These findings will aid the development of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology, in which CO2 from power stations and industrial processes is stored deep underground, to prevent emissions from contributing to climate change.