2012 Educational Papers:
CURC Accelerated CO2-EOR Program
Published September 2012
A coal-based demonstration program (5-10 GW(e)) that would provide financial assistance for the construction and operation of equipment that captures carbon dioxide from existing or new coal fueled facilities for use in domestic enhanced oil recovery (EOR). The tax receipts and other royalty revenues received by the federal government for the crude oil recovered by use of coal-derived CO2 appears to be sufficient to “pay for” (i.e., offset) the financial incentive that would be provided to the CO2 capture entity participating in this program.
CURC-EPRI Technology Roadmap
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CURC-EPRI Technology Roadmap Executive Summary
Released June 2012; Updated August 2012*
Carbon Capture and Storage: Technology Status, Cost, Deployment and Timing for Electric Power Generation
Published June 2012
2011 Educational Papers:
Benefits From Investments in Advanced Coal Technology
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Executive Summary of 'Benefits From Investments in Advanced Coal Technology'
Published June 2011
Southern Company White Paper:
'Benefits from Department of Energy Investments in Clean Coal Technology'
Published Spring 2011
Department of Energy Brochure, Fact Cards and Timeline:
Fossil Energy Research Benefits
Drafted and published by the United States Carbon Sequestration Council