IPAC-CO2 - Definition, glossary, details

IPAC-CO2 is a not-for-profit organizations established in 2009 with a funding of $14 million from the government of Saskatchewan, Royal Dutch Shell and the Canadian government. It was established to meet the needs of the industry, regulators,, policy makers to advice and assess on geological storage of carbon dioxide. IPAC-CO2 will focus on its activities in the following three areas: Development of standard of CCSIndependent assessment and verification of geological storage projectsGlobal collaboration and sharing of knowledge

Other Terms

International Carbon Reduction and Offset Alliance (ICROA) International Energy Agency (IEA) Indirect carbon sequestration
International Transaction Log (ITL) Infrared radiation Indirect emissions

Power Plant CCS - Glossary

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