Enhanced Gas Recovery (EGR) - Definition, glossary, details
EGR refers to recovery of gas by injection of fluids beyond the
normal recovery through conventional methods. In recent times, carbon dioxide
is used to as a lubricant fluid to recover additional gas from the reservoir
and thereby provides an avenue for storing the captured carbon dioxide.
|Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)||EU Emission Trading Scheme (ETS)||Enhanced Greenhouse Effect|
|Emissions Trading||Emissions Cap||Early crediting|
|EU Allowance (EUA)||Ecological footprint|