Carbon sequestration breakthroughs could sustain coal's future

CARBON dioxide sequestration research is going full steam ahead in Australia and could go some way to providing the evidence base to support a public perception change on how to deal with fossil fuels such as coal while addressing climate change, University of New South Wales senior lecturer Dr Furqan Hussain believes.

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Carbon sequestration process.

The School of Minerals and Energy Resources Engineering senior lecturer said his research group was undertaking several projects focused on methods to maximise the storage and injectivity of CO2 deep