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.

Other Terms

Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) EU Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) Enhanced Greenhouse Effect
Emissions Trading Emissions Cap Early crediting
EU Allowance (EUA) Ecological footprint

Power Plant CCS - Glossary

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