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Study of deep underground coal gasification and the permanent storage of CO₂ in the affected areas (UCG & CO₂ Storage)

European Commission, January 2014


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Resource IDecucgccs2014
Resource titleStudy of deep underground coal gasification and the permanent storage of CO₂ in the affected areas (UCG & CO₂ Storage)
Author(s)Research Fund for Coal and Steel
Publication/ sourceEuropean Commission
Date publishedJanuary 2014
Summary text/ abstractThe main subject of UCG&CO2 STORAGE project was to evaluate the potential of deep lying coal seams (>1200m, like those of Bulgarian Dobrudzha Coal Deposit (DCD)) for the development of UCG and the subsequent sequestration of CO2 in the affected areas (e.g. the abandoned UCG cavity itself, the adjacent stressed coal or the overlying/underlying strata) by using the same borehole infrastructure. The key objectives were to investigate the factors that determine the technical suitability and environmental, and economic feasibility of the scheme, and demonstrate that the deep lying coal fields of the target area (DCD, and elsewhere), have the potential for deep UCG and are suitable for both energy production and CO2 storage, using the same drilling infrastructure. If successful – developing of forward plans for a future field test of the scheme with industry.
Library categoriesClimate Change, UCG
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