Cutting Carbon

Ep. 10: Carbon in = Carbon Out

Episode Summary

The use of capture technologies to abate carbon emissions depends on our ability to use or store CO2.   The good news is that the geological storage of CO2 has been ongoing for decades. 

Episode Notes

The use of capture technologies to abate carbon emissions depends on our ability to use or store CO2.   The good news is that the geological storage of CO2 has been ongoing for decades.  

Our guest, Chris Consoli, a senior consultant at the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute (GCCSI), explains the geological science behind carbon capture.  Chris provides technical details, key statistics, and real world examples.

Meet Chris Consoli - linkedin.com/in/christopher-consoli-11023644

Global CCI website - https://www.globalccsinstitute.com/

Global Status of CCS (report) - https://www.globalccsinstitute.com/resources/global-status-report/download/

CO2 Storage Resource Catalogue - https://co2storageresourcecatalogue.com/


Read GE's whitepaper on carbon capture - https://www.ge.com/content/dam/gepower/global/en_US/documents/future-of-energy/decarbonizing-gas-turbines-ccus-gea34966.pdf


To learn more about the future of energy, visit GE's energy transition webpage at: https://www.ge.com/about-us/energy-transition